BBC local radio stations are searching for the UK's most iconic musicians and venues as part of BBC Music Day 2017.
BBC Radio Stoke has announced Liz Ellis will take over breakfast, replacing Pete Morgan.
Radio Plymouth Managing Director Tim Manns is joining BBC Radio Devon to host Saturday Breakfast.
Jason Carter is leaving the BBC to join Amazon, nearly 20 years after first joining Radio 1.
Entries from the BBC's local radio stations for Leicester and Somerset join 5 live to compete against talkSPORT.
New comedy pilots by established entertainers will fill the schedule in March at BBC Radio 2.
BBC Radio Stoke breakfast presenter Pete Morgan has announced that he won't be returning to the show, following two months off air.
He worked for BBC Radio 4 for 13 years, having first joined the BBC as a World Service trainee studio manager.
BBC Radio 1 and BBC Learning have announced plans for BBC Radio 1’s Academy in Hull 2017.
The National Assembly for Wales says BBC Radio 1 and Radio 2 should provide a self-funded news opt-out for Wales.
BBC Radio 3 is marking International Women’s Day on 8th March with a number of special programmes.
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.
Christian O'Connell hosted his breakfast show from a BBC radio studio this morning in MediaCityUK.
Long-serving BBC Radio 4 host Libby Purves is not hosting a new theatre show after all.
Nick Grimshaw has announced on Breakfast this morning that the Radio 1 Big Weekend for 2017 will be held in Hull on 27th and 28th May.
He'll be on-air each Sunday evening from 5pm till 9pm taking phone calls and playing music from the 50s to today.
Trevor Dann hosts a roundtable with Siobhan Kenny from Radiocentre, David Prest from Whistledown and Nick Pitts from Jazz FM, plus Stuart Clarkson talks to Alex Lester about his departure from BBC Radio 2.
Former Deputy Governor of the Bank of England Sir David Clementi is the new Chair of the BBC.
Presenters Janice Long and Alex Lester will continue to broadcast on BBC Radio, the station says, unspecifically.