A new Local Radio Network has been created to launch a new initiative to support local music across the UK.
George Michael knocks Elton John off the top spot for Smooth Radio's listener chart.
The range of programmes will explore the stories around the recording, release and subsequent life of this seminal album.
Mick Jagger, Ronnie Wood and Charlie Watts were present at the Jazz FM Awards yesterday as the Rolling Stones collected two awards.
Bastille, Louisa Johnson, Professor Green, You Me At Six and Calum Scott to join BBC Radio 1 DJs in Hull for Radio 1’s Academy
BBC Radio 1 Breakfast Show host Nick Grimshaw this morning announced the line-up for BBC Radio 1’s Big Weekend Hull 2017.
The Best of British results were revealed on air today (Monday April 17th) by John Kennedy, host of X-Posure on Radio X.
BBC Radio 6 Music’s Lauren Laverne is taking her mid-morning radio show to Huddersfield on 21 April.
A rare alternative version of David Bowie’s song Kooks from the 1971 Hunky Dory album is to be given its first official radio play.
Here's a small sample of 6 Music's Festival over the weekend, in photos.
Nick Grimshaw was joined by Katy Perry on the Radio 1 Breakfast Show today.
BBC Radio 1 has revealed the latest Top 10 singles chart - with nine of the places taken by Ed Sheeran.
It's the 7th consecutive year Capital has partnered with the music event, sponsoring the Best British Single category.
Depeche Mode is the headline act for this year's 6 Music Festival in Glasgow from Friday 24 to Sunday 26 March.
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.
Across one week, taking in Essex, Leeds, Oxford, Birmingham and Brighton, he’ll be finding out what makes some of the smallest music venues in the country some of the most important.
Steve Lamacq has announced he will be hosting a Christmas Ska Party live from the BBC’s legendary Maida Vale Studios on Tuesday 13 December from 4-7pm.
The intimate gig will take place in London and will be broadcast live on the network from 8pm, as well as in vision on the BBC Red Button and streamed on the Radio 2 website.
Former Take That singer Robbie Williams has hosted a three-hour show on all BCN 1 stations over the weekend.