The 2013 Peabody Award winners represent a wide range of electronic media. "Dr. Who" is a winner, as are HBO's "Girls" and an Al Jazeera report on a boy growing up in East Jerusalem, "Sheikh Jarrah, My Neighborhood."
The winners are widely different from each other because the Peabody Awards are determined by only one criterion: excellence.
The Daily Circuit is featuring a selection of this year's radio winners:
Studio 360's series on recordings inducted into the National Recording Registry, including this piece on "A Charlie Brown Christmas."
Radio Diaries' "Teen Contender," a series that followed a young boxer on her way to the Olympics.
This American Life's "What Happened at Dos Erres?"