Television and Radio Industries Club

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The Television and Radio Industries Club (widely known as TRIC) is a British institution chartered in 1931 to "promote goodwill in the television and radio industries". The Club holds an annual awards ceremony honouring achievement in television and radio.

Membership is drawn from the communication, entertainment, manufacturing, warranty insurance and service sectors from programme makers and broadcasters to radio producers and makers.

TRIC Awards[edit]

Winners include EastEnders, Michael Fish, Bob Monkhouse, Billie Piper and Ricky Whittle.


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