Meet the entrants: Part 3


A wealth of industry talent is on display as today we meet another three entrants in the 2023 Radio Today Podcast Awards.

Have you got your entry in yet? The deadline’s been extended to 11.59pm Monday June 12th, 2023, so there’s still time!


Jack Laurence

Category: Best Crime Podcast and Host or Presenter of the Year for One Minute Remaining

One Minute Remaining is a narrative true crime podcast in which men and women incarcerated in the United States for various crimes tell their stories.

Jack says “The obvious difference between our show and most others in the true crime genre is that we speak to the men and women convicted of the crimes. We don’t just discuss the crime which they were convicted of, we explore their entire lives and the events that led up to their incarceration.”

“As well as this we continue to remain in touch with these men and women and provide the audience with not only regular updates on their cases but also the opportunity to ask questions of them.”


Jacqueline Cowan

Category: Best Health and Wellness Podcast of the Year

Jacqueline Cowan’s Cancer Culture Podcast is a valuable resource for individuals facing the challenges of cancer.

As a cancer survivor, Jacqueline’s mission is to provide reassurance and support to cancer patients and those affected by the disease.

Specifically designed to address the mental health struggles associated with cancer, the podcast aims to combat the isolation often experienced by individuals facing this disease.


Tiffany Dimmack

Category: Audio Producer of the Year

Tiffany worked for NewsCorp’s audio department before finishing up at the end of last year to pursue a freelance career, and says 2023 has been an incredible journey so far.

“As well as production and sound design, I’m always striving for the teams I work with to not settle for mediocre audio quality.”

“I’m constantly pushing for better recording setups, helping with the tech, and polishing as much as possible in post, to create clean and creative mixes.

“I feel Covid and the online recording boom has made people settle for that sound quality, and I will continue to push for high quality sound wherever possible without affecting the organic creation of the content and storytelling.”

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