Former talkRADIO favourite Tommy Boyd is making a return to the station for a one-off show.
Ofcom has awarded five new medium wave community radio licences, including one for Radio Caroline to cover Suffolk and North Essex.
Emma Bunton is having a summer break from Heart London in LA this year to take part in a music competition TV show for ABC.
The former Town 102 Breakfast Show presenter is getting a regular BBC Radio Suffolk Saturday mid-morning show.
The General Election coverage for BBC Radio will feature a range of debates, comedy and high-profile interviews.
London is getting another 4 stations on FM, after Ofcom awarded licences to Flex FM, Radio Minhaj, Nomad Radio and Maritime Radio.
BBC Music today announces details of events and activity for this year’s BBC Music Day on Thursday 15 June.
JACK's latest offspring, JACK 3, has launched on DAB with the first song by The Carpenters.
Tickets for this year's Summertime Ball have sold out within in a record 90 minutes of going on sale.
JACK 3 starts this Friday, May 12th, at 9am with what bosses claim will be the largest playlist in local UK radio.
The Prime Minister will be live on LBC this Thursday in a special programme: LBC Leaders Live: LBC Interview with Theresa May.
Shawn Mendes, Zara Larsson, Stormzy, Clean Bandit, Charlie Puth, Jax Jones and Raye, and Maroon 5 are lined up.
Zoe Ball's BBC Radio 2 show this weekend will be covered by Kate Thornton after Zoe's boyfriend Billy Yates was found dead.
It's a substantial change in its broadcasting strategy but many of the regular programmes will continue.
A new Local Radio Network has been created to launch a new initiative to support local music across the UK.
Classic FM has picked seven young composers, all aged under 25, to write a new piece of classical music to mark the station's 25th birthday this year.
After being told he couldn't use the name Forever FM, Steve Penk is promising the same kind of sound from Eternity Radio - and has launched a crowdfunding appeal to raise £30,000 to pay for it.
Owain Wyn Evans, BBC Look North’s television weather presenter, is joining BBC Radio York for the summer.
Steve Hewlett had been hosting the show since 2008 but sadly passed away earlier this year.
Messages of congratulations came in from show guests Katy Perry and Ed Sheeran, plus Harry Styles, Shawn Mendes, Sean Paul and more.