UK Post& Services held its inaugural Conch Awards in London tonightto recognise the audio industry.

The best UK soundfacility award was shared by Boom and De Lane Lea.

The bestfilm soundtrack winners were Kinky Boots andWallace & Gromit: Curse Of The Were Rabbit.

"We arethrilled by the success of tonight's awards and for the great amount ofindustry support which has made The Conch a reality," said Gaynor Davenport, CEO, UK Post& Services. "We are incredibly proud of all our nominees and winners andthe work they have produced."

Sponsors of individual awards included Soho EditorsTraining, Total Audio, Munro Acoustics, Prism Sound, AMS Neve,Sadie, Fineline Media Finance, Skillset, Medialease, Film London, Dolby, ThePinewood Studios Group, Euphonix, Scrub/Digidesign and the UK Film Council.

The fulllist of winners:

BestAudio on a TV Drama Series

Life On Mars,Hackenbacker

Commercialof The Year

Honda, Choir, Angel Studios/Jungle

Best FilmSoundtrack of the Year - under £10m

Kinky Boots, Paul Davies, PDSounddesign and Tim Alban

BestAudio on a TV Entertainment Programme

Later With Jools Holland, MikeFelton

MostPromising Newcomer

LindseyGreen, Sumners

BestADR/Foley Stage


BestAudio on a TV Drama - One off

Krakatoa - The Last Days,Hackenbacker

Best UK SoundEditor/Designer

Andy Kennedy

The AudioMedia Award for Unsung Hero

AndiDerick and Peter Burgis, Foley artists

BestTV/Film Documentary

Planet Earth, Filmsat 59

The UK Post &Services Fellowship Award


Best UKSupervising Sound Editor

Eddy Joseph

Best UKRe-recording Mixer


Best UK SoundFacility

Jointwinners: Boom and De Lane Lea

Best FilmSoundtrack - Over £10m

Wallace & Gromit: Curse Of The Were Rabbit