Wycombe Sound, our local “Station of the Year”, are up for further awards
Wycombe Sound 106.6 FM, a volunteer-run community radio station, has been shortlisted 12 times in the third annual National Community Radio Awards.
This follows on from the station’s success at last year’s ceremony, where Wycombe Sound won seven awards, including gold for ‘Station of the Year’.
The station has been shortlisted 12 times in 10 categories, which are:
Female Presenter – Philippa Sawyer
Male Presenter – Luke Davis
Male Presenter – Rob L’Esperance
Live Event – Local Radio Day 2018
Entertainment Show – The Rob L’Esperance Jukebox
Entertainment Show – The Emperor’s Bits
Speech & Journalism – Have Your Say: Unitary Authority
Specialist Music – Sunday Tea Dance
Sports Show – Tuesday Night Sport
Young Person – Liam Gates
Newcomer – Mimi Harker OBE
Innovation – Listen Again
Chris Phillips, Managing Director, said: “I continue to be inspired by the range of programmes created by our dedicated team. It’s very exciting and I’m looking forward to the awards ceremony.”
Martin Steers, Awards Chair, said: “The entries are getting better and better, and we’re really able to show off the diverse broadcasting that the community stations undertake for the benefit of their communities.”
Hiya Bucks wish Wycombe Sound the best of luck at this year’s awards ceremony, which takes place on 15th September in Sheffield.
If you tune into Wycombe Sound you may just hear our Hiya Bucks advert too!