Rolling Stones musician Ronnie Wood, who is currently on tour with The Faces, took home two gongs for 'Specialist Programme of the Year' and 'Best Newcomer'. His latest triumph follows in the wake of his success at the Sony Radio Academy Awards in May.
The station's breakfast show presenter Christian O'Connell, who hosted the ceremony, also triumphed in the 'Breakfast Show of the Year' category.
Speaking on air on Thursday morning, O'Connell said that the accolade was 'amazing', thanking his listeners for their continued support.
He also joked that Wood had disappeared shortly before collecting one of his awards, only re-emerging halfway through another winner's acceptance speech.
O'Connell quipped: "I don't know how they get him on stage for a Rolling Stones gig if he's confused by commercial radio awards."
Comic duo David Baddiel and Frank Skinner also won in the 'Feature of the Year' category for the station.
The night's other big winners included Classic FM, who scooped the 'Station Of The Year' award for stations with a TSA (total survey area) of over 1 million people, and Real Radio's journalists in North East England, who won the Ali Booker memorial award for 'Journalist/News Team of the Year'.
Radio stalwart David 'Kid' Jensen was presented with a lifetime achievement award in recognition of an on-air career which, to date, has spanned more than four decades.
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