Ed Kavalee, Dylan Alcott & more radio folk take home 2019 Logies

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The world of radio was well represented at the 61st Annual TV Week Logie Awards on Sunday night.

Although WSFM’s Amanda Keller was beaten to the Gold Logie by Tom Gleeson, there were still plenty of radio personalities who went home with trophies.

Hit Network host Dylan Alcott was recognised for his work on ABC music TV show The Set and Invictus Games Tonight with the Graham Kennedy Award for Most Popular New Talent.

Alcott’s victory speech saw the presenter address the importance of representation on television, and he revealed he used to hate being in a wheelchair.

2DayFM’s Ed Kavalee and Nova 100’s Sam Pang accepted a Logie with Tom Gleisner for their parts on Have You Been Paying Attention?.

The quiz show beat programs by Hit’s Dave Hughes (Hughesy, We Have A Problem) and True Story With Hamish & Andy to the gong for Most Popular Comedy Program.

Hit Network’s Carrie Bickmore (The Project) was defeated in the Most Popular Presenter category by ABC’s Costa Georgiadis (Gardening Australia).

Check out the full list of winners here.

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