Time’s ticking: Have you entered the 2023 Radio Today Podcast Awards yet?


Have you got your entry in yet for the 2023 Radio Today Podcast Awards?

Time’s ticking, but you’ve got some extra time up your sleeve – the deadline’s been extended until 11.59pm Monday June 12th, 2023.

To get started, register here.

Here are some more of this year’s contenders:


Fairground F*ck-Ups

Category: Best Factual Audio Documentary – Any Genre

Produced by Piccolo Podcasts, Fairground F*ck-Ups is an award winning narrative true crime podcast dedicated to covering the tragic stories from theme park accidents from all over the world.

Stories in season 3 include a waterslide collapse in Indonesia and Disneyland’s safety record.


Separate Bathrooms

Category: Best Interview Podcast of the Year

Separate Bathrooms is a weekly podcast that celebrates all aspects of relationships through powerful interviews.

After 30 years of marriage, hosts Cameron and Alison Daddo know the highs and lows couples can go through and are curious about the issues unique to other couples and how they navigate them together.

While Cam and Ali find great joy in celebrating all the positive aspects of love and relationships, they’re also not afraid to talk about the hardships that couples may face.


The Children in the Pictures

Category: Best Crime Podcast: True or Not 

The Children in the Pictures podcast follows Taskforce Argos – an elite Australian Police unit – as it investigates and dismantles The Love Zone (TLZ), a nefarious child exploitation network operating in the dark web.

A LiSTNR original production, the 8-episode podcast series sounds the alarm on the heinous and pervasive world of online child sexual abuse.

Listeners are immersed in the investigation through the intimate insights of the undercover team of detectives.


The Front

Category: Best News Podcast of the Year: Journalism

The Front is The Australian’s daily news podcast, a 12-minute exploration of big news stories through reporting, news and analysis.

It brings the candid insights of its journalists, editors and analysts to new audiences every weekday morning.


Cricket, Et cetera

Category: Best Sports Podcast of the Year


Cricket, Et Cetera is described as two older gentlemen talking, occasionally bickering and often laughing about the sport they love.

In ‘normal mode’ Cricket, Et Cetera publishes every Monday, with Peter Lalor and Gideon Haigh talking to the latest news in cricket, and often interviewing someone from the cricketing world.

In ‘Test mode’ Cricket, Et Cetera comes into its own, publishing daily episodes reflecting on the play from the day, and what to expect tomorrow.


Here if you Need

Category: Best Sports Podcast of the Year

On netball courts around the country, the phrase “Here if you need” is shouted all the time. Yes, it’s practical. “I’m open, throw me the ball.” And yes, it’s the punchline of a classic Kath & Kim joke. But it means even more than that.

Women’s sporting culture is a perfect example of women supporting women.

This is a podcast dedicated to all things women’s sport, offering female athletes a platform; somewhere to share stories of their success, their struggle and their humanity beyond the pitch or pool.

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