The Tinniswood Award is presented annually for the best original audio drama script of the year.
The Tinniswood Award was established by the Society of Authors and Writers’ Guild of Great Britain to perpetuate the memory of Peter Tinniswood as well as to celebrate and encourage high standards in radio drama.
Submissions will be accepted from any party (producer, broadcasting organisation, writer, agent etc.).
Previous winners include Christopher Martin, Ian Martin, Oliver Emanuel, Sarah Woods, Morwenna Banks, Mike Bartlett, Rachel Joyce, Stephen Wyatt, Nick Warburton, Christopher William Hill and Colin Teevan.
We are grateful to ALCS for sponsoring the Tinniswood Award.
Entry to the 2023 award is now open! Please click on the link below to for more information and to download entry fom. The prize is this year being administered by the Writers' Guild of Great Britain
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The Authors’ Licensing and Collecting Society (ALCS) is a not-for-profit organisation started by writers for the benefit of all types of writers. Owned by its members, ALCS collects money due for secondary uses of writers’ work. It is designed to support authors and their creativity, to ensure they receive fair payment and see their rights are respected. It promotes and teaches the principles of copyright and campaigns for a fair deal. It represents over 110,000 members, and since 1977 has paid around £500 million to writers (www.alcs.co.uk).