Zane Lowe wins Best Radio Show at Shockwaves NME Awards

He beats the host of today's event!

Zane Lowe wins Best Radio Show at Shockwaves NME Awards
Zane Lowe has won the award for Best Radio Show at the Shockwaves NME Awards for his BBC Radio 1 programme tonight (March 1).

The award was presented by the Hammersmith Palais event's host Lauren Laverne who was also nominated for her XFM show.

However due to Lowe doing a series of interviews backstage he missed his slot and failed to collect the award himself, though speaking to NME.COM later he thanked his listeners.

"You think you'd get used to winning, but it just get's better every year," he explained.

Lowe also beat off competition from Chris Moyles, Colin Murray and Jo Whiley.

For more coverage from this year�s awards check our on site blogs:

News Vulture for a live run down of all the action.

Too Much Information for behind-the-scenes gossip at this year awards.

For more on the awards go to NME.COM/Awards.

Meanwhile get next week�s special edition issue of NME out on UK newsstands from March 7 for the ultimate coverage of the Shockwaves NME Awards 2007.

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