Archive for September, 2012
Rock FM has been giving away free bacon rolls to anyone re-tuning from Radio 1, following the departure of Chris Moyles.
One of BBC Radio 5 live’s longest serving presenters Aasmah Mir is leaving the station to explore other opportunities.
Singer Olly Murs is to host the breakfast show on Heart London with Harriet Scott – but for one day only whilst Jamie takes the day off.
Magic 1152 breakfast presenter Anna Foster found herself broadcasting her entire show from her car after getting stuck in a jam at 5am.
Regional managing directors at Real and Smooth Radio in the North East and North West are swapping positions.
talkSPORT has begun broadcasting the Capital One Cup after agreeing a three-season partnership with The Football League.
Former Metro Radio breakfast presenter Tony Horne is to join Newcastle community radio station NE1fm for a weekly show each Saturday morning.
Manchester-based staff at Real Radio, Real Radio XS and Smooth Radio have climbed the the highest mountains in England, Wales and Scotland in just two days for charity.
owned stations Star Radio and Stray FM have had alterations to their licences to allow them to extend their coverage areas into Yorkshire.
This year’s New Generation Artists scheme has been launched by Radio 3 to highlight some of the world’s most promising new classical and jazz music talent.
Jason Carter has been appointed to the newly created role of Head of Popular Music, Live Events, for BBC Radio 1, Radio 1Xtra, Radio 2 and 6 Music.
Kiss 100 have escaped censure by Ofcom after a listener used offensive language on the station’s breakfast show in June.
The three shareholders of the MXR regional DAB multiplexes have decided not to renew their licence to operate the services.
Ben Prater will take over the breakfast show on a single BBC Wiltshire from November 5th, replacing both Matthew Smith and Graham Mack.
Malcolm Bluemel, the owner of Planet Rock, is reportedly looking for a buyer for his national digital radio station.
The Sound Women group are planning a networking event at Media City, with presenters from 5 live and Real Radio as special guests.
All 39 BBC local radio stations are holding their own My Beatles Story Day on October 5th, when all stations will air listeners memories.
As #TeamGrimmy starts, and Chris Moyles gets on with his role as King Herod, loyal fans at ChrisMoyles.net want #TeamMoyles trending on Twitter.
The line-up for the 2012 Radio Festival is taking shape, withChief Executive Stephen Miron joining fellow Global Radio director Richard Park.
Ofcom has awarded two further community radio stations in Scotland, and rejected two more, including a station for Scottish Asians.
Metro Radio’s Night Owls host Alan Robson provided the music and chat at the start of the recent North East runs.
BBC Radio Wales presenter Roy Noble will broadcast his last weekday show tomorrow as he moves to a new weekend show.
Nick Clegg will host a special one-off show with Shelagh Fogarty next month as part of the BBC Radio 5 live Octoberfest line-up.
ReelWorld Productions andRadio have entered into a partnership for 20 stations to use ReelWorld’s Production Vault.
Rockers Muse are to take part in a Question & Answer session forlisteners at the station’s base in Golden Square, London.
The World Tonight and Newshour presenter Robin Lustig has today announced his decision to stop hosting regular shows after 23 years.
New talent and a new schedule is waiting for BBC Asian Network as it gets ready to celebrate its 10th birthday next month.
A number of pop stars including Harry Styles and Cheryl Cole have appeared in a new TV trail for the new Radio 1 Breakfast Show with Nick Grimshaw.
BBC Radio Wales launches a fresh new line-up of weekday programmes next week, featuring some of the station’s regular presenters.
Two BBC local radio stations are to share a single managing editor from next month, but will continue to broadcast independently from each other.