The Company has received the Tinniswood Award for Best Radio Drama script three times since 2008. Hattie Naylor won the award in 2009 for Ivan and the Dogs. Writer Stephen Wyatt is the only writer to have received the award twice both in 2011 for Gerontius and Memorials to the Missing in 2008.
Memorials to the Missing also won Sony Silver in 2008. The play tells the true story of how Fabian Ware struggled against the odds to get properly marked graves for all the soldiers killed in action during the First World War regardless of class, religion or ethnic origin. The cast was headed by Anton Lesser, Michael Maloney with Keith Drinkel, Teresa Gallagher, Ben Crowe, Sophie Roberts, Karl Davies, and Alex Wyndham. The Director was Martin Jenkins.
Pier won the Sony Gold Award for Arts Programming in 1997 for its Radio 3 series Private View and In 2002 we won both the Silver and Bronze awards for Radio Drama.
Also in 2002 Pier received The Spoken Word Publisher’s Award for Corin Redgrave’s Radio 4 series The Century Speaks published by BBC Audio Books.
In 2007 Leprosy – A Forgotten Disease won the award for best scripted/edited radio programme on a science subject at the ABSW Science Writers’ Awards. The programme was written & presented by Chandrika Nath and produced by Julian Mayers.