HUDDERSFIELD'S Home 107.9 FM radio station has won a top national award.
The award honours the best religious programme on radio in the UK.
The Jerusalem Radio Awards highlight religious programming across commercial radio, BBC and community stations.
For Christmas last year they launched Independent Christmas, an award designed to highlight stations featuring religious broadcasts during daytime programming in the week before Christmas.
Home FM broadcast a series Homeless at Christmas, in association with a religious producer in West Yorkshire.
It focused on the plight of people who were homeless at Christmas across Huddersfield and the people who help them.
Stephen Naylor, programme controller at Home FM, said: 'The series went out in our flagship news programmes Huddersfield Today and Huddersfield Tonight over five days.
"It wasn't overtly religious.
"The judges praised our approach by bringing the issue to a wide audience and not confining it to a 'graveyard slot'.