Worldwide Winners

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Radio and club DJ Gilles Peterson every three months or so does an All Winners Special in which he replays the previous few months' best new tracks—both singles/individual album tracks as well as whole albums—he has either played out when DJing or played on his BBC Radio 1 show Worldwide. At the end of the year, these winners, plus a few further favourites that may have been overlooked, get compiled into a longlist. Listeners of the show then get to vote this longlist down to a shortlist of ten Worldwide Winners in each section, via the Radio 1 website, which Gilles then plays over the last couple of editions of his radioshow at the end of the year. It has been compiled in various forms at the end of every year since 1998 to present, though the first few years did not involve any public vote.

In recent years, from 2004 onwards, this has been expanded into the Worldwide Winners Awards with an event held at a London club venue during the very end of December or beginning of January, with outside broadcast recording by Radio 1, edited highlights of which are broadcast on a further one or two editions of the radio show at the start of January. Also further sections were added, like "Best Clubnight", "Best Recordshop", "Best Compilation Album", and a special award called "The John Peel 'Play More Jazz' Award" (a tribute to his Radio 1 colleague who died suddenly in 2004) given to an artist, often a newcomer, who has displayed special noteworthy work over the year.

(1999-2002 charts were on just one list: singles, individual album tracks and whole albums)

1999: 1st Year[edit]

2000: 2nd Year[edit]

2001: 3rd Year[edit]

2002: 4th Year[edit]


(2003–present, switched to separate lists: Tracks - singles, individual album tracks / Albums - whole albums)

2003: 5th Year[edit]

Tracks of the Year

Albums of the Year

2004: 6th Year[edit]

Tracks of the Year

Albums of the Year

2005: 7th Year[edit]

Tracks of the Year

Albums of the Year

2006: 8th Year[edit]

Tracks of the Year

Albums of the Year

2007: 9th Year[edit]

Tracks of the Year

Albums of the Year

2008: 10th Year[edit]

Tracks of the Year

Albums of the Year

2009: 11th Year[edit]

Tracks of the Year

Albums of the Year

2010: 12th Year[edit]

Tracks of the Year

Albums of the Year

2011: 13th Year[edit]

Tracks of the Year

Albums of the Year

2012: 14th Year[edit]

Tracks of the Year

Album of the Year

2013: 15th Year[edit]

Tracks of the Year

Album of the Year

2014: 16th Year[edit]

Tracks of the Year

Album of the Year

2015: 17th Year[edit]

Tracks of the Year

Album of the Year

2016: 18th Year[edit]

Tracks of the Year

Album of the Year

Other Awards

Worldwide Winners Awards[edit]

Ceremony dates and venues (ceremonies have happened annually from 2004 onwards):

2004: date unknown at Cargo in Shoreditch, London.[citation needed]

2005: Monday 12 December 2007 at Koko in Camden, London.[1]

2006: unknown

2007: Saturday 5 January 2008 at Cargo in Shoreditch, London.[2]

2008: Saturday 23 January 2009 at Cargo in Shoreditch, London.[3]

2009: Saturday 6 February 2010 at The Garage in Islington, London.[4]

2010: Saturday 22 January 2011 at Koko in Camden, London.[5]

2011: Saturday 21 January 2012 at Koko in Camden, London.[6]

2012: Saturday 19 January 2013 at Koko in Camden, London.[7]

2013: Saturday 18 January 2014 at Koko in Camden, London.[8]

2014: Saturday 17 January 2015 at Koko in Camden, London.[9]

2015: Saturday 16 January 2016 at Koko in Camden, London.[10]

2016: Saturday 21 January 2017 at Koko in Camden, London.[11]

References[edit]

  1. ^ Independent Online Edition: Gilles Peterson: Hello world, this is London, published: 21 November 2005
  2. ^ BBC Radio 1 website, Gilles Peterson - All Winners 2008, accessed Friday 14 December 2007
  3. ^ BBC Radio 1 website, Gilles Peterson - Worldwide Awards 2009, accessed Friday 22 January 2009
  4. ^ gillespetersonworldwide.com, Gilles Peterson's - Worldwide Awards 2010, accessed 5 February 2010
  5. ^ "Worldwide Awards 2010 - Koko, London 22-01-11". gillespetersonworldwide.com. 23 November 2010. Retrieved 26 May 2014. 
  6. ^ "Worldwide Awards 2012 – Get Your Tickets!". gillespetersonworldwide.com. 15 December 2011. Retrieved 26 May 2014. 
  7. ^ "Worldwide Awards 2013 - Last Chance To Buy Tickets". gillespetersonworldwide.com. 7 January 2013. Retrieved 26 May 2014. 
  8. ^ "Worldwide Awards 2014 - New Acts Announced". gillespetersonworldwide.com. 21 November 2013. Retrieved 26 May 2014. 
  9. ^ "Worldwide Awards 2015 - winners". gillespetersonworldwide.com. 18 January 2015. Retrieved 20 May 2015. }
  10. ^ "Worldwide Awards 2016 - winners". gillespetersonworldwide.com. 21 December 2016. Retrieved 29 December 2017. }
  11. ^ "Worldwide Awards 2017 - winners". gillespetersonworldwide.com. 11 January 2017. Retrieved 29 December 2017. }