The British Podcast Awards recognise some of the most talked-about shows of the year and celebrates a diverse range of talented podcast makers.

In its inaugural year in 2017, the British Podcast Awards celebrated the best of British podcasts from both independent and household names, with winners including Adam Buxton, Kermode & Mayo’s Film Review and Romesh Ranganathan.

2018’s award ceremony attracted even more industry faces including Fearne Cotton, Josh Widdicombe, Simon Mayo, Cariad Lloyd, Jake Wood, Fi Glover and Evanna Lynch, with our campaign reaching over 12 million people. 

For its third year in 2019, the British Podcast Awards were bigger and better than ever before reaching over 72million people through coverage and social media. Celebrating the best podcasts of the last year, the biggest names in the industry were involved in this year’s awards hosted by Cariad Lloyd, including Fearne Cotton, Michael Sheen, My Dad Wrote a Porno, Dustin Lance Black, Peter Crouch, George The Poet, Julia Davis and Vicki Pepperdine, Giovanna Fletcher, Brexitcast, Fortunately with Fi and Jane, You, Me and the Big C, Elizabeth Day and Katie Piper.

Our role is publicise the event, run the backstage area, secure podcast talent to present awards and this year we secured Michael Sheen to present Podcast Champions to My Dad Wrote a Porno.

We are huge podcast fans and delighted to be working with the British Podcast Awards, celebrating the incredible medium of audio.

“The British Podcast Awards are a small team, so when Carver PR started working with us, we were over the moon that they all jumped right in, both supporting what we were doing as well as getting on with their job. And what a job they did! Celebrity management, great, broad press coverage and really helping us grow and develop.”
— Matt Deegan & Matt Hill, The British Podcast Awards Founders