Sneak peek at more entries in the 2023 Radio Today Podcast Awards


Today, we meet some more entrants in the 2023 Radio Today Podcast Awards.


Darcy Thomson

Category: Podcast Audio Producer of the Year

Darcy – an audio producer at LiSTNR – has passionately pursued the art of podcast audio production throughout his career, constantly seeking new ways to enhance the listener experience and push the boundaries of creative storytelling.

“As an Audio Producer at LiSTNR, my role extends far beyond simply manipulating sound. I facilitate creative development sessions with content producers, podcast producers, and hosts, working collaboratively to bring content ideas to life through high-quality sound design and tailored sonic treatments.”

“From the initial concept to the final product, I am deeply involved in every step of the production and post-production phases, ensuring that the podcast is a creative, engaging, and fundamentally an audio-first piece of entertainment.”


Guy Scott-Wilson

Category: Podcast Executive Leader of the Year

Guy has been with Acast Australia since the beginning.

As the Content Director for Australia and New Zealand, Guy has played an integral role in the success of Acast and has contributed hugely to the growth of the industry as a whole.

Guy is the first to tell you that Acast is the home of independent podcasts and in the last 12 months he has shaped this in many ways.

Guy and his team have grown audiences and subsequently revenue for Acast that has far exceeded global expectations

He has a wealth of knowledge and is always up for sharing it with the team so that they too can be advocates for the industry.


Ciaran Tobin

Category: Podcast Sales Executive of the Year

Ciaran – Key Account Director with Acast – says his passion for the medium started in 2016 when he stumbled upon the My Dad Wrote a Porno podcast.

“Little did I know, it was part of the Acast network and 5 years later, I would be working at the company selling advertising on my favourite podcast!”

Ciaran is now responsible for overseeing all independent agencies in Australia spearheading their podcast strategies and growing their spend in this space.

Those who’ve worked with Ciaran say his can-do attitude, collaborative nature, and commitment to excellence make him an invaluable asset.


Tabby Wilson

Category: Podcast Audio Producer of the Year

Tabby has been a podcast producer for 10 months.

Tabby’s world before joining the NewsCast team involved creating short burst news videos for the commute to work, engine room production values, and hyper quick turnaround of content for the social space.

Tabby works across NewsCast’s suite of female first podcasts, including Something To Talk About hosted by Sarah Le Marquand.

She is known for her ability to create a comfortable environment and put even the most high-profile hosts and guests at ease.


Bryce Crosswell

Podcast Sales Executive of the Year:

Bryce says “I have been fortunate enough to embark on an amazing journey helping build the Acast brand in Melbourne.”

Bryce set foot in Acast as its first ever employee in Melbourne, armed with nothing but a dream and a little black book.

“As a new venture, my north star was to increase our market share in Melbourne,” he says.

Fuelled by the company’s rapid success, Bryce has been able to expand the team from a single person to a robust team of four, helping tackle the city’s ever growing demands.


More Than A Mother by Jess Scully

Category: Best Society & Culture Podcast

Many people are familiar with the stories and poetry of Henry Lawson, but what about his mum, Louisa?

Potentially Australia’s first feminist, she fought for the right of women to vote, wear pants, own property and be educated. She also opened Australia’s first women’s refuge.

More Than A Mother by Jess Scully is a love letter to the woman who made the Australia we live in today possible.



Category: Podcast Company of the Year

 Acast is the world’s largest independent podcast company.

“We build, champion and supercharge a thriving, profitable and sustainable open ecosystem for all the world’s podcasts, 100,000 of whom call Acast home,” it says.

Acast exists to help more podcasters find their valuable audience and make more money.

“Our proposition differs from the other players in the Australian market; we pride ourselves on being the home of independent podcasting.”

As a creator-first business, Acast provides the tools and services on which podcasters build their own successful audio brand, on their own terms.

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