"It’s been an honour to be part of 1Xtra since I started back in 2007 and I have loved every minute of the last five years watching some of the biggest performers in the 1Xtra Live Lounge."
The Christmas special editions of Top of the Pops will be hosted by Fearne Cotton and Reggie Yates this year.
Matthew currently hosts BBC Newcastle’s post-match phone-in on Saturdays as well as providing sports reports on the BBC Newcastle breakfast show.
Jonny Gould on Sunday will cover the news headlines, current affairs and major interviews, plus features on music, theatre and business from 4pm till 7pm.
He has been in radio all his working life - starting with the pirates and going on to cover breakfast for Tony Blackburn at BBC Radio 1. He's also worked at Metro, Essex, Jazz FM and Choice FM.
Colin is currently Editor of General Programmes at BBC Radio Scotland, and he will step into the new role in the New Year.
He'll continue to host The Big Debate on BBC Asian Network as well as other radio shows.
Global has appointed Matt Deverson as the new Managing Editor of Radio X, replacing Chris Baughen.
Global has put Big Top 40 co-host Kat Shoob on Heart's networked Late Show.
Wire FM mid-morning host Dominic Walker has been awarded the Freedom of the City of London at a ceremony at London Guildhall.
Nadia will lead the company’s digital audio proposition working across its multi-platform portfolio of media brands, including radio stations such as KISS, Absolute and Magic.
Uckfield FM’s Mike Skinner has been awarded the Outstanding Achievement Award at the 2016 Uckfield Business Awards.
Warren has been with Heart, and previously Ocean/Power FM, for over 14 years and has decided to move along the South coast to Chichester from November 21st.
Joyce Frost, a popular voice on BBC Radio 2's Steve Wright in the Afternoon who was known as The Old Woman, has died.
Heart's Gethin Jones and Kiss presenter Melvin Odoom are to feature in a Christmas special of Strictly Come Dancing.
Legendary radio presenter Sir Jimmy Young CBE has died at the age of 95.
He was back on-air at the station over the weekend, heard hosting Smooth Love Songs on Saturday and Sunday night.
Radio presenter Danny Baker has denied reports he's entering the ITV show I'm a Celebrity this year, but a number of other radio people are.
Newcastle United commentator and voice of the Toon, Mick Lowes, is leaving BBC Radio Newcastle.
Weekday evenings will be presented by James Whale on talkRADIO from next week, after the departure of Jonny Gould.