Previous Tinniswood Award winners

2017 Comment is Free by James Fritz

2016 Fugue State by Julian Simpson

2015 Goodbye by Morwenna Banks, announced BBC ADAs 1 February 2015.

2014 - Marathon Tales by Colin Teevan and Hannah Silva, announced BBC ADAs 26 January 2014. *

Award date now reflects actual year of award and not year of broadcast.

2012 Kafka the Musical by Murray Gold, announced BBC ADAs 27 January 2013. *

2011 Gerontius by Stephen Wyatt, announced BBC ADAs 2 January 2012. *

2009 Ivan and the Dogs by Hattie Naylor, announced 4 October 2010.

2008 Goldfish Girl by Peter Souter, announced 27 October 2009.

2007 Memorials to the Missing by Stephen Wyatt, announced November 2008.

2006 Not Talking by Mike Bartlett and To Be A Pilgrim by Rachel Joyce, announced 18 October 2007.

2005 Beast by Nick Warburton, announced October 2006.

2004 Norman by Mike Stott, announced 8 September 2005.

2003 Killing Maestros by Christopher William Hill, announced 18 November 2004.

* these years had an extended submission period of 18 months (an extra six months) to coordinate with the BBC Audio Drama Awards.