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BY BEN DOWELL FOR WEEK ENDING MAY 2 One day the BBC will tally the number of awards it wins with the kind of press it gets--and indeed, the number of viewers it can rope in to watch its programmes. But, if the silverware cupboard continues to get stacked, does it really matter?