The nominees of the first ever British Podcast Awards are out, with the BBC, Quidem, Somethin Else and David Lloyd shortlisted for Best Radio Podcast.
Radio Tyneside takes home the Gold for Station of the Year.... and all the other winners are here.
The winners for the IRN Awards in association with Sky News have been announced at Sky Cinema in London.
Check out all the winners from the IRN Awards 2017 here.
The winners have been announced for the 2017 Television and Radio Industries Club Awards.
If you've submitted an entry to the new British Podcast Awards, here are the people you need to impress.
The nominations for the 2017 IRN Awards in association with Sky News have been announced today.
Dave Berry, Emma Bunton and Simon Mayo are all shortlisted to be named Radio Presenter of the Year.
A new awards ceremony just for podcasts hopes to discover and reward top pods.
Radio 1, 1Xtra, Radio 2, 6 Music, Classic FM and Planet Rock nominated for Best Radio Station.
There are a few new categories this year - Heroes, Best Live News Special, Music and Personal Lives Podcasts.
Organisers of the IRN Awards are asking for entries to take part in the 2017 event.
The University of Nottingham's URN is Best Student Radio Station for the 6th time in 7 years.
BBC Coventry and Warwickshire has been named Station of the Year at the 2016 Frank Gillard Awards, while BBC Radio Merseyside won four Gold awards.
Virgin Radio breakfast presenter Edith Bowman will host the evening at BFI Southbank, when 18 awards will be given out.
13 of the 16 awards went to the Corporation, whilst AudioBoom, SoundDigital and Hallam FM took home the remaining three. A number of radio groups didn't enter, including Nation and Global.
Stephen Nolan has been recognised for an interview he conducted with a survivor of the Paris terror attacks.
The shortlist for the Student Radio Awards 2016 has been announced this evening, and we've got the full list for you right here.
The Whicker's World Foundation has launched a new radio award in memory of journalist Alan Whicker
Entries are now open for the awards, with submissions welcomed from all makers of audio drama, both from the BBC and other broadcasters – including analogue, digital and online.