Four radio presenters from Marlow FM have been nominated for this year’s Community Radio Awards.

Gemma-Leigh James is again up for the female presenter award, after winning silver in the same category last year.

She presents the Breakfast Show on Thursdays, and the 90s edition of the ‘Afternoon Gold’ show.

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Amelia Slaughter’s ‘She Said What?’ programme is in the running for the entertainment show award.

The show is a mix of music and showbiz gossip, and it goes out every Saturday at 12 noon.

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Gemma-Leigh James

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Amelia Slaughter

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Lucy Ashburner

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Angie Burns

Lucy Ashburner has been shortlisted for young person of the year.

She hosts several shows on the station, including the Breakfast Show on Mondays and ‘The New Music Show’ on Tuesday evenings.

And Angie Burns has been nominated for newcomer of the year.

She again presents several shows, including ‘Afternoon Gold 80s’ and ‘The Sound Of Musicals’ on Sunday afternoons.

In total, more than 460 entries from 90 radio stations were whittled down to five per category.

Graham Duthie, managing director of Marlow FM, said: “Everyone here is so proud.

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“It’s been a challenging year for our presenters because of the virus.

“Many lost their co-presenter because of a one-person-in-the-studio rule, and others had to record their shows at home on whatever equipment they had.

“So these nominations are particularly gratifying.”

The award ceremony will take place virtually on December 12.