BBC Radio Drama Award winner receives Pure digital radio

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Sylvester McCoy and host David TennantWe were delighted to be able to support the BBC Audio Drama Awards on Sunday 27th January by giving the winner of the Tinniswood Radio Drama Award 2012 for Best Radio Drama Script a Pure One Classic Series 2.

The awards, which were held at BBC Broadcasting House, were hosted by actor David Tennant and are a celebration of the actors, writers, producers, sound designers and everyone else who works on the programme.

The awards were presented by the likes of Stephen Tompkinson, Nicholas Parsons, Siân Phillips, Stephen Mangan and Lenny Henry.

Pictured here with his One Classic Series 2 is Murray Gold, winner of the Tinniswood Radio Drama Award 2012 for Best Radio Drama Script for Kafka the Musical.

Murray Gold with his One Classic Series 2One Classic Series 2

The winners of the BBC Audio Drama Awards 2013 were:

  • Best Actor in an Audio Drama - Andrew Scott in Betrayal by Harold Pinter, produced by Gaynor Macfarlane, BBC Scotland for Radio 4
  • Best Actress in an Audio Drama - Michelle Fairley in The Grapes of Wrath by John Steinbeck, dramatised by Donna Franceschild, produced by Kirsty Williams, BBC Scotland for Radio 4
  • Best Supporting Actor in an Audio Drama - David Troughton in Singles and Doublets by Martyn Wade, produced by Cherry Cookson, Rockethouse Productions for Radio 3
  • Best Supporting Actress in an Audio Drama - Vicky McClure in Kicking the Air by Christine Murphy, produced by Heather Larmour, BBC Northern Ireland for Radio 4
  • Best Audio Drama (Single play) - On It by Tony Pitts, produced by Sally Harrison, Woolyback Productions for Radio 4
  • Best Audio Drama (Series or Serial) - The Lost Honour of Katharina Blum by Heinrich Böll, abridged by Helen Meller, produced by Polly Thomas, Somethin’ Else Productions for Radio 4
  • Best Adaptation from Another Source - A Doll’s House by Henrik Ibsen, adapted by Tanika Gupta, produced by Nadia Molinari, BBC North for Radio 3
  • Best Use of Sound in an Audio Drama - The Cruel Sea, written by Nicholas Monsarrat, dramatised by John Fletcher, produced by Marc Beeby, BBC Radio Drama for Radio 4
  • Best Scripted Comedy - Believe It! by Jon Canter, produced by Clive Brill, Pacificus Productions for Radio 4
  • Best Online Only Audio Drama - Above and Below written and produced by Daniel Macnaughton, for Aboveandbelowseries.co.uk
  • Imison Award 2012 for Best Script by a New Writer - Do You Like Banana, Comrades? by Csaba Székely
  • Tinniswood Radio Drama Award 2012 for Best Radio Drama Script - Kafka the Musical by Murray Gold
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