Absolute Radio has signed Richard Bacon to present a special two-part series on The Beatles.
The Chris Moyles Show Producer is moving to work with Dave Berry, Jason Manford and Christian O'Connell.
Dave Berry, Emma Bunton and Simon Mayo are all shortlisted to be named Radio Presenter of the Year.
Former Orion Media IT boss Jonathan Dean is the new Head of Technology for Bauer Media's national radio brands.
After five years on Capital breakfast, Dave Berry is leaving Capital and moving to a new job at Absolute Radio.
Radio 1, 1Xtra, Radio 2, 6 Music, Classic FM and Planet Rock nominated for Best Radio Station.
Christian O'Connell hosted his breakfast show from a BBC radio studio this morning in MediaCityUK.
Absolute Radio 90s will temporarily rebrand as Absolute Radio Frank to celebrate the comedian's 60th birthday.
Absolute Radio's Hometime presenters Geoff Lloyd and Annabel Port have announced they are leaving the station.
[email protected] is the biggest ever documentary commission made at the national station, created in conjunction with TBI Media.
Absolute Radio is putting on a live comedy show at the London Palladium to raise money for Macmillan Cancer Support.
Ofcom has today published a consultation on the methodology for reviewing the financial terms of the three national analogue commercial radio licences.
Rock N Roll Football is making a comeback to Saturday afternoons at Absolute Radio as the station ends live commentary.
Absolute Radio has said sorry after stand-in presenter/comedian Lou Sanders caused Ofcom to investigate the Geoff Lloyd show.
Absolute Radio is launching a new series of Saturday night shows hosted by a number of musicians.
Former XFM presenter Jason Manford is to host a new weekend show on Absolute Radio next year.
Absolute Radio are to host a special Stereophonics intimate show at Dingwalls in Camden on Tuesday 24th November.
Absolute Radio's new recruit Claire Sturgess is to host a new all-request show on the station, starting this weekend.
Andrew Bailey, Bauer Media's Head of News for National Radio and Absolute Radio breakfast newsreader is leaving the company.
The frequency, originally home to Kerrang!, serves three million potential listeners and marks the first time Absolute has been made available permanently on FM outside London.