Heartland FM is broadcasting a special dance music special to raise money for the International campaign group (RED).
A total of 11 groups have applied to Ofcom wanting to run new community radio stations on medium-wave.
Ofcom has announced details of the application process and draw for stations wanting to run restricted service licence broadcasts during Ramadan in June and July next year.
A newly-launched radio consultancy is asking community radio stations around the UK to complete a survey to assess the current state of the sector.
Community station Hot Radio, which covers Poole and Bournemouth, has been given a five-year licence extension by the regulator.
Ofcom has awarded a team of former Yorkshire Dales Radio people a licence to cover some of the National Park on a network of eight transmitters.
A community radio station has been found in breach of Ofcom broadcast rules for parts of an interview which offered advice to parents.
A community radio station chaired by former BBC Radio 1 controller Johnny Beerling has been turned down a licence by regulator Ofcom.
Almost 40 community radio applications have been received by Ofcom, including for areas which have been specifically excluded from the latest round of FM licensing.
BFBS Aldershot, one of the six local FM stations run by the company in the UK has revamped its studio.
Community radio applicant Radio Scarborough has been turned down for a broadcast licence by Ofcom, just days after being given a Lottery grant and launching an online station.
OX105 has ceased broadcasting today after what appears to be a last minute decision to end programming.
Barry-based Bro Radio will start airing the Cardiff City Phone-in from this evening, as broadcast on Glamorgan’s GTFM.
A proposed community radio station in Lancashire has launched a “Kickstarter” campaign to being local radio to the Ribble Valley.
Ambur Radio has been found in breach of the broadcasting code for not associating a weather sponsor with the weather clearly enough.
Bedlington-based station Radio Northumberland is covering local non-league football this season, with commentary on every Blyth Spartans game.
The British Council is offering six student radio stations the chance to produce and present their weekly radio show, The Selector.
Three presenters who hosted shows on West Sound, including breakfast presenter Kenny Campbell, are joining a new community radio station in Irvine.
A religious programme on a community radio station has been nominated for a prestigious Jerusalem Award, up against BBC Radio 2 and Radio 4.
Cambridge 105 is preparing to mark the birth of the new royal baby with a day of songs featuring the word ‘baby’ in the title.
Watford community radio station Vibe 107.6 has a new jingle and sweeper package by Noise Junction and Floyd Media Productions.
Heartland FM has moved its Perth transmitter to Kinnoull Hill, with the aim of bringing a stronger signal to part of Perthshire.
A number of community radio groups are extremely disappointed and annoyed at Ofcom’s latest licensing round, which excludes certain areas.
Chaine FM, Larne’s Christmas radio station, is one of the recent licence winners in Northern Ireland, and is looking for a launch in January 2015.
Ofcom has advertised the latest areas in the third round of community radio licences, but excluded major towns and cities in the north from FM stations.
Ofcom has awarded five community radio licences for services in Northern Ireland, including one serving Belfast city.
Cambridge 105 and the local Hospital Radio station is providing live coverage The Queen and the Duke of Edinburgh’s upcoming visit.
Community radio station MKFM has hired former Chiltern/Heart 97.6, BBC Three Counties and Mix 96 presenter Gaz Wesley for breakfast.
A community radio station in Barrhead has been awarded awarded £500 by the BT People Awards scheme to help with running costs.
Orion Media has transferred its Hertford Place Mercia FM studios into the hands of Coventry-based community radio station Radio Plus.