Winners announced by Trish Cooke at the BBC Audio Drama Awards ceremony
Part of the BBC Audio Drama Awards. Awarding £3,000 for the best original script by a writer new to radio, this year’s Imison Award shortlistees are The Chronicles of Wild Hollow by Harvey Badger, Angus Maxwell, and Christian Powlesland; The Lemonade Lads by Faebian Averies; Welcome to Medpatch by Kev Core; and Yellow Lips by…
Entries are now open for two of the BBC Audio Drama Awards – the Imison and Tinniswood – celebrated annually and administered by the Society of Authors.
The eight shortlisted writers include ‘Holby City’ writer Becky Prestwich, award-winning actor, writer and director Fraser Ayres, MA screenwriting graduate Isaac Fisher & more – part of the BBC Audio Drama Awards.
Writers Katie Hims and Ian Martin join James Tait Black Memorial prize winner Tanika Gupta MBE on the shortlist for the 2020 Tinniswood Award, designed to recognise the best audio drama script of the year.
With 11 days left to enter the Imison Award and Tinniswood Award, the judges for the Tinniswood have been confirmed as actor Robert Bathurst (Cold Feet, Downton Abbey), award-winning radio, theatre and television writer Rhiannon Tise, and playwright, producer, director Patricia Cumper.
Audio-dramatist, playwright and screenwriter Sarah Woods presented Oliver Emanuel with the Tinniswood Award for the best original audio drama script for his play, When the Pips Stop – including a cheque for £3,000, at the BBC’s Audio Drama Awards on 3 February 2019.