Portsmouth DAB+ station Unforgettable Radio has switched to all Christmas music today.
Alex Brindley has been appointed as Manx Radio’s new Controller of Programming and Content, replacing Marc Tyley.
HRH The Earl of Wessex has given a rare interview during an official visit to Isle of Wight Radio.
Stephanie Hirst is to host the first Radio Academy South Christmas Quiz in Southampton on December 1st and everyone is welcome!
JB Gill is fronting a new radio station dedicated to sausages - Sausage FM - with More Sausage Variety.
Virgin Radio breakfast presenter Edith Bowman will host the evening at BFI Southbank, when 18 awards will be given out.
Mike started in radio in 1991, and is now the host of Key 103 Manchester's breakfast show. Listen to his chat with Craig Bruce here.
The upcoming BBC Music Jazz pop-up service will feature 12 hours of programming from Jazz FM this year, an increase from four last year.
Ofcom is starting a review of its community radio licensing and technical policy, and reveals new DAB licensing will start in 2018.
BBC Radio Humberside’s David Burns is broadcasting his mid-morning programme live from Café Indie Pendent in Scunthorpe between 9am and midday
The BBC Music Awards, taking place in London this year, will include Greg James live backstage and from the Red Carpet on Radio 1 from 4-7pm.
Trevor Dann meets Nihal Arthanayake to discuss his long career in music radio, his Buddhism and his new job at BBC Radio 5 live.
Former Smooth Radio host Jenny Farish will host the Breakfast Show from 7-9am, followed by Bryan Burnett until noon. Actor and presenter Sanjeev Kohli takes over at Drivetime from 5-6.30pm.
Local and regional headlines from RAJAR Q3 are here - including highest ever reach for JACK 2, Downtown Country and Channel 103.
Two out of three of Wireless Group's new stations have lost listeners since their debut results last quarter, and Smooth Extra is more popular than Planet Rock.
Digital listening has grown to 45.5% share, a year-on -year growth of 9%, with 6 Music continuing to attract extra listeners.
Listening figures for the UK radio industry for Q3 2016 have been delivered to stations.
Ofcom has awarded the Glasgow / west central Scotland licence to Rock Radio, meaning the station will return to 96.3 FM.
The decision was made after a public consultation, in which 100% of the responses opposed to the changes.
BBC Radio 3 is to cancel regular programmes for 12 hours on 30 October to air River of Music non-stop.