Hereward Media has pulled out of its plan to rescue the station.
Dermot O'Leary and Heart presenter Emma Willis are to host the BRIT Awards this year.
It is too early to confirm any possible plans to rebrand any of the five stations.
Former Key 103 breakfast co-host Chelsea Norris is taking over the afternoon drive show on BBC Radio Manchester.
Wisebuddah has uploaded a sound demo of their new themes and idents created for BBC Radio 1.
The Editor of the London Evening Standard is joining the BBC to oversee Radio 4's Today programme.
Voicetracked programmes have now replaced live night time shows on BBC Radio 2.
The final live overnight show on Radio 2 took place on Sunday morning as Alex Lester said his last words.
Former Magic and Capital presenter Neil Fox has revealed he turned down a job offer at Global.
The event will take place on Wednesday 8th March at the DoubleTree by Hilton Edinburgh City Centre.
BBC Radio 2 has announced that Brian Matthew won't be returning to Sounds of the 60s, after more than two months off due to poor health.
The team are at the European Radio Show in Paris to reveal the next chapter in improving radio regulation following the Brexit vote.
BBC Radio 3 is marking International Women’s Day on 8th March with a number of special programmes.
BBC Radio Oxford is swapping its breakfast and drive presenters around.
Marverine Cole has launched the UK’s first podcast dedicated to women of colour.
New York-based British journalist and broadcaster Nick Wapshott talks about Trump.
Janice Long has hosted her last After Midnight programme on BBC Radio 2, giving an emotional goodbye.
Andy has told listeners he has terminal cancer and might not be back on the radio much.
One of BBC Radio 2's annual pop-up stations is coming back on March 9th for four days.
The famous Icelandic commentator Gudmundur Benediktsson helps celebrate 90 years of sports commentary.