The Imison Award celebrates the best in new writing for the medium of audio drama.
The prize was established in 1994 in memory of Richard Imison, a BBC script editor and producer, to acknowledge the encouragement, support and friendship he invariably gave to all writers, and particularly those working in the medium of radio.
The award is presented annually to an audio drama script by a writer new to the medium and which, in the opinion of the judges, is the best of those submitted. We are grateful to the Peggy Ramsay Foundation for sponsoring the £3,000 award.
Previous winners include Mike Bartlett, Gabriel Gbadamosi, Murray Gold and Nell Leyshon.
Entry to the 2018 award is open!
(photo credit: Guy Levy)
2017 Imison winner James Fritz with his Imison Award and Tinniswood Award. (Image: BBC)
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