Filming My Father: In Life and Death has been shortlisted for best documentary in the Broadcast Awards 2016.

Liz  also won Broadcast Journalist of the Year at the Medical Journalists' Awards 2015, for the  film. The jury's citation:

Broadcasting requires you not only to find a great story, but a great way to tell it. Liz Tucker's intimate portrait of Steve Isaac's motor neurone disease and the effect on his family was delicately covered and compelling.

And the documentary was Highly Commended at the Association of International Broadcasting Awards. This was the first time in the history of the event that a Channel 5 programme has won recognition. The international jury said Verve's film was:

A thoroughly poignant and personal insight that drew the viewer into the drama of a family dealing the slow declien of the father through motor neurone disease. It felt extraordinarily personal and intimate.

Previous awards Liz has won include the Glaxo/ABSW Science Writers’ Award for best science documentary for her film 
Archimedes’ Secret. This film was also part of the series that won a BAFTA for best documentary series. Liz was again shortlisted for the Glaxo/ABSW Science Writers' Award for God on the Brain.

Blood of the Vikings,  this series for which Liz  made two of the programmes. won a Certificate of Merit at the San Francisco Film Festival. Her first film in the series won the Palmares Award.

Finally, Liz's film Sudden Death was part of  the Horizon season that won the RTS award for best documentary series and BAFTA for best factual series.