Good stunt! The XS Manchester Breakfast Show today was a repeat of yesterday's programme.
The team behind MKFM is launching two new radio stations later this year.
Desmond Carrington, who enjoyed a radio career spanning six decades, has passed away at the age of 90.
Former Orion Media Group Content and Operations Director David Lloyd has been appointed Chairman of Notts TV.
The Editor of the London Evening Standard is joining the BBC to oversee Radio 4's Today programme.
The final live overnight show on Radio 2 took place on Sunday morning as Alex Lester said his last words.
Former Magic and Capital presenter Neil Fox has revealed he turned down a job offer at Global.
BBC Radio Oxford is swapping its breakfast and drive presenters around.
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.
Celador Radio has grown its station count by five with the purchase of The Beach, Dream 100, North Norfolk Radio, Radio Norwich and Town 102.
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.
He'll be on-air each Sunday evening from 5pm till 9pm taking phone calls and playing music from the 50s to today.
BBC Radio 2 is to broadcast a special Desmond Carrington show.
A number of new presenters are joining Heart to be part of the station's new Feel Good Weekend line-up.
The new licence represents the first joint initiative between the two licencing bodies for the radio broadcast sector.
Long-serving Radio Forth daytime presenter Grant Stott is leaving the station after 27 years on the air.
Steve Power is moving to Drivetime at Wave 105 in a direct programme swap with Rick Jackson who is moving to Breakfast.
Channel 5 weather presenter Sian Welby is joining Heart to host the evening show, Monday to Thursday.