Star of Wonder by James P. Davies, winning entry read aloud by Sarah-Jane Redmond
29 Dec 2010 by Mark Hayden
As many of you will know, we began our recent celebration of the festive season at This is who we are with a little something special from Sarah-Jane Redmond herself ; an opportunity to have your words read aloud by Millennium's Lucy Butler. The challenge was to create a festive tale with just enough winter chill and more than a dash of Lucy Butler to ease our Millennium pangs. When we launched the competition I had no idea that it would be so warmly received and that the standard of entries would be so high and so many.
Sarah-Jane undertook the difficult task of reading the entries to select our winner and those in second and third places. I am extremely grateful to her for this as I would have found it impossible hard to do so myself given the standard of the entries.
Sarah-Jane chose her first, second and third place winners: In third place we have Ana Miraldo, in second place we have Heath Griner and the winner of the TIWWA Lucy Butler Audio Competition 2010 is..... James P. Davis with "Star Of Wonder"!
Congratulations to all of you. Our second and third place winners will receive a signed photograph of Sarah-Jane Redmond as Lucy Butler and I want to congratulate all of you on making Sarah-Jane's job so difficult when it came to selecting a winning entry. You all created something magical and it was by no means an easy task to pick between the finalists. Congratulations James on such a deserving win and for creating such a superb story for Lucy Butler to feature in, and thank you to each and every one of you that entered. You are all winners and we truly appreciate the creativity, energy and passion you are willing to demonstrate in support of the show you love and it does not go unappreciated by the cast and crew I can promise you.
You can also download this file from HERE to keep or play offline...