Former Q103 breakfast, Horizon Radio and Virgin Radio presenter Helen Legh is joining MKFM in Milton Keynes.
The station will launch at 7am on Wednesday 26th April and will give away 20,000 bacon butties over the first 40 days of broadcasting.
BBC Radio 3 will stream the entire season in the highest audio quality the BBC has ever broadcast.
London's new Capital Breakfast show will be presented by Roman Kemp and Vick Hope from May 2nd.
BBC Radio 6 Music’s Lauren Laverne is taking her mid-morning radio show to Huddersfield on 21 April.
Bauer Media has revealed it raised over £21.8 Million during 2016, supporting 560,000 kids.
It's the first piece of original documentary programming that the station has undertaken, and will be hosted by Jon Holmes.
Russell said he wanted to lure "Hatie Kopkins" back to humanity and went on-air at LBC whilst Katie was talking to a caller.
Brian Matthew, long serving presenter with BBC Radio 2, has died at the age of 88.
Presenters and staff were told of the upcoming closure of the station at a meeting held this morning.
There's a new radio show about radio launched by BBC Radio 4, called Fortunately.
Former Boyzone member Ronan Keating has signed up to host the breakfast show on Magic, along with Harriet Scott.
BBC 6 Music breakfast presenter Shaun Keaveny marked 10 years on the show today.
Contraband Media has delivered a package of over 100 branded intros for BBC Radio 1.
Scott Mills is under Ofcom investigation for content broadcast during the recent 24-hour LOLathon on BBC Radio 1.
A complaint about a conversation between Mike Graham and Mike Parry on talkSPORT has been upheld by Ofcom.
The nominees of the first ever British Podcast Awards are out, with the BBC, Quidem, Somethin Else and David Lloyd shortlisted for Best Radio Podcast.
Russell Brand is to host a new Sunday show on Radio X starting this weekend.
Exeter-based Radio Exe is to apply for the Torbay licence, currently held by Celador and broadcasting as The Breeze.
Former BBC Radio 1 and BBC Radio 2 presenter Janice Long is to host a brand new weeknight programme on BBC Radio Wales.