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Radio Drama Awards

Past winners

The Imison Award

2014 to be announced, Award date now reflects actual year of award and not year of broadcast. *

2012 Do You Like Banana, Comrade? by Csaba Székely, announced BBC ADAs 27 January 2013. *

2010 Amazing Grace by Michelle Lipton, announced BBC ADAs 26 January 2012.

2009 The Road Wife by Eoin McNamee, announced 4 October 2010.

2008 Girl From Mars by Lucy Caldwell, announced 27 October 2009.

2007 The Magician's Daughter by Adam Beeson, announced October 2008.

2006 Not Talking by Mike Bartlett, announced 18 October 2007.

2005 Mixed Blood by Nazrin Choudhury, announced 18 October 2006.

2004 Mr Sex by Steve Coombes, announced 8 September 2005.

2003 All You on the Good Earth by Stephen Sharkey, announced 8 June 2004.

2002 Milk by Nell Leyshon and Stephen McAnena and The Skategrinder by Celia Bryce, announced 10 June 2003.

2001 The Waltzer by Rhiannon Tise, announced 11 June 2002.

2000 Electricity by Murray Gold, announced 6 June 2001.

1999 A Matter of Interpretation by Peter Morgan, announced 7 June 2000.

1998 Skin Deep by Ben Cooper, announced 17 May 1999.

1997 Earthquake Girl by Katie Hims, announced 16 June 1998.

1996 Wilde Belles by Rosemary Kay and Holy Secrets by John Waters, announced 20 May 1997.

1995 I Luv You Jimmy Spud by Lee Hall, announced 23 May1996.

1994 Daisy the Cow Who Talked by Gerry Stembridge and Kissing the Gargoyle by James Stock, announced 20 June 1995.

1993 The Long, Hot Summer of '76 by Gabriel Gbadamosi, announced 12 May 1994.

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

 

The Tinniswood Award

2014 - to be announced. 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 26 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.

 

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