Historical information

To encourage the development of audio books, a series of awards were established by the National Library of Australia in 1988 and sponsored by TDK from 1991 until their demise in 2000. Open to both commercial and non-commercial publishers, it aimed to recognise the quality achievements by individuals and publishing houses and to
promote the inclusion of audio books into the mainstream market.
In 1993 the winner of the Adult Literature Category and Overall winner was "The English Patient" by Louis Braille Production and its narrator Stanley McGeagh.

Physical description

8 colour photographs of the event