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.
Help us continue to celebrate the best audio drama by sending in your entries for 2022. To be eligible, scripts will have to have been broadcast or made available online in the UK between 1 October 2020 and 31 October 2021.
Last year’s winners include Fraser Ayres for the 2021 Imison Award with his radio play Maynard (produced by Mel Harris – Sparklab Productions, BBC Radio 4) and Christopher Douglas (Tinniswood Award) for Tristram Shandy (Produced by Gary Brown – BBC Radio Drama North, BBC Radio 4) who celebrated at the virtual BBC Audio Drama Awards held in March 2021.
Imison Award – £3,000
Best original script by a writer new to audio drama with the £3,000 prize sponsored by the Authors’ Licensing and Collecting Society and the Peggy Ramsay Foundation. The 2022 judges are Committee members of the Society of Authors Scriptwriters Group: Barney Norris, Jamila Gavin, David Morley, Ian Billings, Sean Grundy, Rhiannon Tise and Ben Carpenter.
Tinniswood Award – £3,000
Best original script of the year with the £3,000 prize sponsored by the Authors’ Licensing and Collecting Society (ALCS). The 2022 judges are yet to be confirmed.
Please apply here with all supporting materials by Sunday 3 October 2021.