The Skewer has won at ARIAS 2022, the Radio Academy's awards.
The Radio 4 format picked up the Gold prize in the Comedy Award category at last night's ceremony (3rd May).
Devised by Jon Holmes, the show - which is currently airing its sixth series on Wednesday nights at 11:15pm - mixes up audio footage to satirise the news.
The format has an 'open door' policy for material and thus has been giving a number of up-and-coming writers their first broadcast credits.
Reacting on Twitter to the win, Holmes posted just one word: "Crikey".
The other nominees in the Comedy Award category were podcast Cold Case Crime Cuts, Audible series Jamali Maddix: Spooky Sh*t, Radio 4 series Rhys James: Rhysearch, Absolute Radio's Rockanory and stand-up format Rosie Jones: Box Ticker Too.
The ceremony, which took place at London's Adelphi Theatre and was hosted by Rylan, and saw winners announced in 25 categories. Guests gave Adele Roberts a standing ovation as she won the Radio Times Moment of the Year for her return to radio following her cancer diagnosis. The Radio 1 DJ was in tears as she collected the award, and thanked fellow presenter Yasmin Evans for encouraging her to go to the doctors when she didn't think she needed to.
For a full list of winners across all categories see radioacademy.org