NEW YORK, May 22 -- The winners of the 23rd annual Daytime Emmy Awards, presented Wednesday in ceremonies televised live from New York's Radio City Music Hall, were: Drama series: 'General Hospital' (ABC). Game/audience participation show: 'The Price Is Right' (CBS). Preschool children's series: 'Sesame Street' (PBS). Children's series: 'Reading Rainbow' (PBS). Children's special: 'Stand Up' (CBS). Animated children's program: 'Animaniacs' (WB). Talk show: 'The Oprah Winfrey Show' (syn). Service show: 'In Julia's Kitchen with Master Chefs' (PBS). Special class program: 'World AIDS Day Special (VH1). Lead actress, drama series: Erika Slezak, 'One Life To Live.' Lead actor, drama series: Charles Keating, 'Another World.' Supporting actress, drama series: Anna Holbrook, 'Another World.' Supporting actor, drama series: Jerry Ver Dorn, 'Guiding Light.' Younger actress, drama series: Kimberly McCullough, 'General Hospital.' Younger actor, drama series: Kevin Mambo, 'Guiding Light.' Performer, children's series: Shari Lewis, 'Lamb Chop's Play-Along.' Performer, children's special: Kate Burton, 'Notes for My Daughter.' Performer, animated program: Nathan Lane and Ernie Sabella, 'The Lion King's Timon and Pumbaa.' Game show host: Bob Barker, 'The Price Is Right.' Talk show host: Montel Williams, 'The Montel Williams Show.' Service show host: Julia Child, 'In Julia's Kitchen with Master Chefs.'
Directing, drama series: Heather Hill, Frank Pacelli, Mike Denney, Kathryn Foster, 'The Young and the Restless.' Directing, game/audience participation show: Kevin McCarthy, 'Jeopardy!'; Paul Alter, 'The Price Is Right' (tie). Directing, talk show: Arthur Forrest and Paul Forrest, 'Leeza.' Directing, service show: Russell Morash, 'This Old House.' Directing, children's series: David Grossman, GaryHalvorson, Shelley R. Jensen, 'Adventures in Wonderland.' Directing, children's special: John Watkin and Eamon Harrington, 'Positive: A Journey into AIDS.' Directing, special class: Arthur Forrest, 'Macy's Thanksgiving Day Parade.' Writing, drama series: 'All My Children.' Writing, children's series: 'Bill Nye the Science Guy.' Writing, children's special: 'Children Remember the Holocaust,' Writing, special class: 'Jeopardy!' Art direction, set decoration, scenic design: 'Where in the World Is Carmen Sandiego?' Technical direction, electronic camera, video control: 'The Price Is Right.' Single-camera photography: 'My Indian Summer.' Music direction and composition: Harvey Cohen, Shirley Walker, 'Batman: The Animated Series ('A Bullet for Bullock').' Original song: Richard Stone and Thomas Ruegger, 'Freakazoid Man' ('Freakazoid'). Graphics and title design: Andrew Carl Wilk and Michael Saz, 'National Geographic's Really Wild Animals.' Animation achievement: 'Animaniacs.' Makeup: Ron Wild, Karen Stephens, 'Adventures in Wonderland.' Hairstyling: Andre Walker, 'The Oprah Winfrey Show.' Multiple-camera editing: 'Sesame Street.' Live and direct-to-tape sound mixing: 'Where in the World is Carmen Sandiego?' Single-camera editing: 'Positive: A Journey Into AIDS.' Sound editing: 'Bill Nye the Science Guy.' Sound editing, special class: 'Batman: The Animated Series.' Sound mixing: 'Flipper.' Sound mixing, special class: 'Disney's Aladdin.' Lighting direction: 'American Gladiators.' Costume design or costuming: 'Wishbone.' Art direction/set decoration/scenic design, drama series: 'The City. ' Technical direction/electronic camera/video control, drama series: 'The Bold and the Beautiful.' Music direction and composition, drama series: 'Guiding Light.' Makeup, drama series: 'Guiding Light.' Hairstyling, drama series: 'The Bold and the Beautiful.' Multiple camera editing, drama series: 'The City.' Live and direct-to-tape sound mixing, drama series: 'Guiding Light.' Lighting direction, drama series: 'Guiding Light.' Costume design, drama series: 'General Hospital.'