Nicola Thomson, former Group Director of Marketing at Global has joined the Radio Academy as an independent consultant.
Spence Macdonald has left Communicorp to host networked lates for the Wireless Group.
Commercial radio campaigner, broadcaster, editor and regulator Paul Boon is retiring from Ofcom.
Former Q103 breakfast, Horizon Radio and Virgin Radio presenter Helen Legh is joining MKFM in Milton Keynes.
Weekend presenter JJ has taken over the networked evening show on Capital, replacing Roman Kemp.
Former ITV Newscaster Mark Austin is joining LBC to present a series of guest shows over the Easter Bank Holiday weekend.
BBC Radio 2 is broadcasting a tribute programme to the late Brian Matthew this coming Sunday evening.
Neil comments: “I have yearned for the “old days” back again and here is a great chance to be part of Thames Radio with such a top line up.”
A complaint about a conversation between Mike Graham and Mike Parry on talkSPORT has been upheld by Ofcom.
BBC Broadcaster Edward Adoo has turned Bus Conductor for the day to raise money for Red Nose Day.
Former BBC Radio 1 and BBC Radio 2 presenter Janice Long is to host a brand new weeknight programme on BBC Radio Wales.
Giles Gear has been appointed Programme Manager of Union JACK.
Paul 'Goffy' Gough is taking over the Sunday lunchtime show on BBC Tees, replacing Ken Snowdon.
He's leaving X after a decade to host drivetime on XS Manchester.
Chris will feature on the DAB station every Sunday morning from 8am till 12pm as part of 80s Sunday.
Vernon Kay is leaving his mid morning show on Global's Radio X after 18 months.
The Chris Moyles Show Producer is moving to work with Dave Berry, Jason Manford and Christian O'Connell.
The new show will feature 30 minutes of music from the 70s followed by 30 minutes from the 80s.
The Dark Lord's back with the Best Time Of The Day Show on digital radio in London.
Former Capital and Galaxy programmer to oversee Nation Broadcasting's eight stations.