James Max is joining BBC London 94.9 for Early Breakfast from the new year, four months after leaving LBC 97.3.
Real Radio XS breakfast show presenter Mike Sweeney is joining BBC Radio Manchester to host the mid-morning show.
BBC Essex breakfast presenter Ray Clark is moving to later in the day, after six years of early starts.
The BBC Director of Radio Helen Boaden is among the first speakers announced for next year's RadioDays Europe conference in Dublin.
Iggy Pop is to present two programmes for BBC 6 Music this Christmas and New Year.
A former producer and programme editor for BBC Radios 2, 3 and 4, is to take over as the corporation's Director of Strategy
BBC Radio Stoke presenter Paula White is making headlines again after reportedly passing out live on air.
Birmingham-based BBC WM has a new station sound from today, as it replaces professionally-voiced sweepers with imaging featuring the voices of listeners.
Paul Gambaccini's regular Saturday night show will not be on-air this weekend, the BBC has confirmed in a statement.
See all the winners from the Gillards - the BBC local radio annual awards.
BBC Radio 6 Music has been given exclusive access to a previously unheard promotional radio programme for David Bowie's album Pin Ups.
The Radio Independents Group and the BBC have agreed new terms of trade for the commissioning of independent productions.
BBC Radio 2 has commissioned a documentary from Made in Manchester Productions about the time in 1964 when a number of Blues performers played at Chorlton Railway Station.
Unique is to make a documentary for BBC Radio 2 on the 40th anniversary of commercial radio.
The Sun newspaper's Associate Editor, Trevor Kavanagh, has said the BBC should "think twice" about whether to continue to provide local radio services.
The BBC's Director of Distribution has announced plans to add 162 new digital radio transmitters to improve national DAB coverage for its national network stations to more than 97%.
A number of awards have been won by the BBC's stations in Northern Ireland at the PPI Radio Awards.
BBC Local Radio and the BBC Academy College of Journalism are to hold a series of events to encourage new female presenters into local radio.
Global access to audio and BBC Radio 1's new online TV channel will form part of the new BBC iPlayer, the corporation has announced this morning.
The BBC has partnered with Spotify, YouTube and Deezer to launch BBC Playlister, a new digital music product.
T.Williams will join BBC Radio 1’s In New DJs We Trust as part of the on-going rotation of new and fresh DJs.
A brand new news programme, Outside Source hosted by Ros Atkins, is to be broadcast across BBC international platforms including World Service Radio.
Blur frontman Damon Albarn makes his radio presenting debut this weekend, sitting in for Dermot O'Leary.
Our slightly more geeky site, JingleMad.com, has a montage of old Radio 1 jingles posted by a forum user to celebrate the station's 46th birthday today.
Charlotte Green has been interviewed by Mark Pougatch ahead of her debut reading the classified football results BBC Radio 5 live.
A recording of a BBC Radio 4 news reader is 'doing the rounds' as the station included details of a bondage club launching with tea and biscuits in Cambridge during a news bulletin.
BBC Radio Leeds, BBC Tees and BBC Radio Humberside will battle it out for “Station of the Year” in this year’s BBC Local Radio Frank Gillard Awards.
Entries for the BBC Audio Drama Awards open today, marking a third year the awards will celebrate the talent in audio drama.
David Mitchell and Robert Webb are returning to BBC Radio 4 with their sketch show That Mitchell And Webb Sound.
Chairman of the BBC Radio 4 political forum, Any Questions? David Jacobs has died at the age of 87, after a BBC career spanning seven decades.