It's that time of the year again when we start the search for the finest young achievers in Yorkshire.
The awards have raised one and a quarter million pounds over the years a little earlier.
It's always one of the most celebrated nights of the year but before the glitz and the glamour comes the search for those youngsters who have done some extraordinary things.
The 27th awards will be held in November.
Joining us for the launch, two of last year's winners, 9-year-old Maisie Catt, a Taekwando star for team GB who is a double leg amputee, she was the Youngster of the year, and Cameron Osburn who set up Adversity United, a football team for disabled under 12s.
- To find out how you can nominate a youngster, who can be aged up to 35, contact the Yorkshire Young Achievers Foundation, click here.