Rebecca Front, Lydia Wilson and Stanley Townsend are among the finalists of this year’s BBC Audio Drama Awards.
Front and Wilson are nominated alongside each other and Katherine Kelly in the best actress category, for Love in Recovery, Black Water: An American Story and A Badge respectively.
Meanwhile, the best actor category comprises Townsend, for The Macefield Plot, Stephen Dillane for Sea Longing and Sule Rimi for I Am Kanye West.
The annual awards celebrate audio drama broadcast by the BBC on radio and online, with categories recognising performers, writers, directors, producers and sound designers.
Playwright Tanika Gupta features on the shortlist for the Tinniswood Award, run by the Writers’ Guild of Great Britain and the Society of Authors, for Death of a Matriarch.
The award recognises the best original audio drama script of the year, and other finalists include Katie Hims’ A Fragile Peace and The Hartlepool spy by Ian Martin.
Writers Amanda Whittington, Al Smith and Ayeesha Menon are shortlisted in the best original series or serial category, while fellow finalists include writers Linda Marshall Griffiths, Timothy X Atack and Eve Steele, as well as comedians Phil Wang and Alexei Sayle.
The winners will be announced at a ceremony at BBC Broadcasting House in London on February 2, hosted by Meera Syal.