Newstalk, Today FM and RTE Radio One were among the winning stations at the 'Oscars' of Irish radio last night.
A host of well-known 'voices' attended the glittering ceremony at the Lyrath Hotel in Kilkenny for the annual PPI Radio Awards.
A total of 36 awards were handed out - with Newstalk winning the 'Full Service Station of the Year'.
Today FM's Ian Dempsey received the coveted 'Outstanding Achievement' award which sees him join luminaries such as Micheal O Muircheartaigh, Jimmy Magee, Marian Finucane, Des Whelan, Gay Byrne, Larry Gogan, Mario Rosenstock and Fiona Stack.
This year, some 75 judges from Ireland and the UK had the arduous task of selecting the winners from a record number of entries, which totalled 600 from stations all over the country.
Last night's event attracted some 650 representatives from radio north and south.
Other big winners included FM104's Strawberry Alarm Clock which scooped the 'Breakfast Programme' award. It's host Jim Jim Nugent was named as 'Music Broadcaster of the Year'. The station also won the Multi-Platform award for 'FM104 Phone Show'.
RTE's Liveline, which is hosted by Joe Duffy, won an award for Interactive Speech Programme for 'Savita - Women who walked in her shoes and survived'.
Newstalk's Ger Gilroy was named 'Sports Broadcaster of the Year'.
98FM's Dermot and Dave won an award for best 'General Music Programme'. The Dublin station also won 'Music Station of the Year'.
Although they missed out on the top award, Today FM bosses will be happy as they walked away with a clutch of awards with 'Premier League Live' winning Best Sports Programme, 'Shave or Dye' winning an award for Community/Social Action and Colm O'Sullivan wining Specialist Broadcaster of the Year Awards.
Eric Gilroy from Limerick's Live 95fm won News Reporter of the Year. Ocean FM, BBC Radio Foyle, Phantom and Radio Kerry also walked away with awards last night.
With Newstalk winning the overall award, Station Editor Garrett Harte said: "The Newstalk team has worked tirelessly to make Newstalk the national radio station of choice. Winning the 2013 Station of the Year Award is acknowledgement of their tenacity and hard work.
"I would also like to congratulate our sports editor, Ger Gilroy, for picking up the well-deserved Sports Broadcaster of the Year Award."
Guests at last night's awards included Ray D'arcy and Jenny Kelly, Mairead Farrell, FM104's Jim Jim Nugent, 98FM's Siobhan O'Connor, former Apprentice star Brian Purcell, and 98FM star Dermot Whelan.
Check out the full results on independent.ie