Former England cricketer Ronnie Irani has left talkSPORT breakfast where he has been co-hosting with Alan Brazil.
Media will replace the output of Kerrang! Radio in the West Midlands with that of newly acquired digital station Planet Rock.
Classic FM and Heart presenter Margherita Taylor will once again chair the annual half day RadioCentre Members’ Conference on July 3rd.
Heart has created its own version of the Summertime Ball by creating Heart in the Park, taking place at Hyde Park in London.
Former Brookside star Jennifer Ellison is joining Dave Kelly on Radio City 96.7 to co-host a new Sunday morning breakfast show.
Signal Radio is on the lookout for a new breakfast presenter, as Senior Programme Controller Chris Buckley revealed at the recent JockFest event.
The Select Committee of Tynwald on Public Service Broadcasting has engaged serial radio report writer John Myers to review Manx Radio.
Real Radio Scotland Sales Director Jimmy Docherty is being reunited with his former GMG colleagues by joining TeamRock as Commercial Director.
Matthew Rudd, presenter of Qthe80s on the now defunct Q radio station has been hired by Absolute 80s to host a similar show.
BBC Radio 2 is set to cover the New Comedy Award again this year but will put audio from the regional heats on digital radio.
Amazing Radio will be back on DAB in the London area exactly a year after transmissions on the national Digital One multiplex ended.
Two of’s sister stations have been removed from a number of DAB digital radio multiplexes across England and Wales.
Cambridge 105 and the localstation is providing live coverage The Queen and the Duke of Edinburgh’s upcoming visit.
Community radio station MKFM has hired former Chiltern/Heart 97.6, BBC Three Counties and Mix 96 presenter Gaz Wesley for breakfast.
A community radio station in Barrhead has been awarded awarded £500 by the BT People Awards scheme to help with running costs.
The headlines from the latest audience figures include a record reach for Radio 2 and a significant drop from Radio 1.
Twenty-six million people, half the population of the UK are now tuning in to digital radio each week, the latest figures show.
Chris Evans and BBC Radio 2 have both recorded their highest ever audience figures, with the station now reaching over 15 million listeners.
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CFM spent 13 hours broadcasting from the Sellafield nuclear site yesterday, raising money for the station’s Cash for Kids Give us a Break appeal.
Metal Hammer Editor in Chief, Alexander Milas is to present the Metal Hammer Magazine Show each weeknight on TeamRock Radio.