Rob Rinder to host 54th annual TRIC Awards, public voting begins April

Rob Rinder's face beams from inside a circle of light

The 54th TRIC (Television and Radio Industries Club) Awards will take place at Grosvenor House on Park Lane, June 27.

The TRIC Awards celebrate the best in mainstream UK programming. The voting long lists will go live on April 12, across social media and on the TRIC website. Votes will be cast by members of the public. For five weeks, the public are invited to choose their favourite shows and stars from the world of comedy, drama, reality TV, factual, radio, news and sport.

Previous Winners include Clive Myrie, Susanna Reid, Holly Willoughby, Piers Morgan, Ruth Jones, Alison Steadman, Kate Garraway, Ant & Dec, Emily Maitlis and Danny Dyer.  

For five weeks, the public can choose their most loved shows and stars from the world of comedy, drama, reality TV…

Hosting the shindig is newly appointed TRIC President Rob Rinder. Rinder is a familiar TV face.  He rose to fame through reality court show Judge Rinder on ITV1, and has since presented shows such as Judge Rinder’s Crime Stories and The Rob Rinder Verdict.  His appearance in Who Do You Think You Are? led to the creation of the documentary My Family, the Holocaust and Me

The TRIC Awards are not just about the glitz and glamour. Every year, TRIC chooses two new charities to support, and this year, it’s Parkinson’s UK and the 45 Aid Society.  

With an in-person audience of over 1000 guests, this is sure to be a hot ticket event, but for those who can’t be there in person, the event can be live streamed or watched on-demand.

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