MPG Awards nominees Catherine Marks and Steph Marziano spoke to Jenni Murray about the MPG Awards on BBC Radio 4 ahead of the ceremony on 1 March.
The award recognises the producer's exceptional body of work that spans nearly 50 years and has made a significant contribution to the success of the music recording industry.
Bristol-born producer and DJ is being honoured for his pivotal role in giving electronic music a new and inspirational direction.
London event promises another showfloor packed with the latest recording and DJ gear, as well as a highly varied seminar line-up.
Partnerships with five UK institutions will allow students to benefit from masterclasses, factory visits, exclusive offers and gear for campuses.
MPG begins accepting entries for next year's ceremony, including the UK Producer of the Year Award last won by Paul Epworth.