Lydia Wilson, Louise Brealey, Matthew Kelly and Sule Rimi are among the actors nominated for the 2020 BBC Audio Drama Awards.
Kelly is up for Nine Bob Notes for BBC Radio Drama North, while Rimi is nominated for I am Kanye West for BBC Cymru Wales.
Stephen Dillane, Edward Hogg, Joel MacCormack and Stanley Townsend are the other performers nominated in the best actor category, for dramas including Sea Longing, Epitaph for a Spy, First Do No Harm and The Macefield Plot.
In the best actress category, Wilson is nominated for Black Water: An American Story, while Brealey is on the shortlist for The Not Knowing.
Christine Bottomley, Rebecca Front, Katherine Kelly and Charlie Murphy complete the list. They are nominated for Lullaby, Love in Recovery, A Badge and The Country Girls respectively.
The annual awards celebrate audio drama on air and online, and will be presented on February 2 at BBC Broadcasting House in London.
Categories also include best adaptation, best debut performance, best director, best European drama and best podcast or online audio drama.
There are also awards for best original series and best original single drama.
In these categories, Al Smith is nominated for two series – First Do No Harm and Life Lines, while fellow shortlisted writers including Amanda Whittington, Janice Okoh, Katie Hims, Lucy Caldwell and Eve Steele.