Marlow FM’s environmental program The Eco Show has been nominated for Radio Show of the Year at the Broadcasting Press Guild Awards (BGP).
Other nominees in the category include BBC Radio 4’s Woman’s Hour and Times Radio’s breakfast programme.
BPG awards are chosen independently by radio and television correspondents, critics and pre-viewers.
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The show, presented by Dora Hargitai and Toby Brown, featured Jeremy Corbyn and other protesters such as the London “Kill The Bill” protest and Louis McKechnie.
It airs every Monday evening at 7 p.m.
Graham Duthie, Managing Director of Marlow FM, said: “We know that Dora and Toby work hard to put on informative and thought-provoking shows, but this recognition from the professionals, which has come out of nowhere, is incredible.
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“Marlow FM is a volunteer-run community station that takes on the BBC and commercial radio.”
The 48th annual BPG Awards will take place over lunchtime in London on March 25 at The Brewery.