Dermot O'Leary has hosted his last Saturday afternoon show on Radio 2, ahead of a number of changes at the station.
Tributes have been paid to former Piccadilly Radio sports commentator Tom Tyrrell.
James joined Bauer in January 2015 as Content Controller for BC2 England and stepped up to acting Content Director last year.
Absolute Radio's Hometime presenters Geoff Lloyd and Annabel Port have announced they are leaving the station.
He'll be on-air each Sunday evening from 5pm till 9pm taking phone calls and playing music from the 50s to today.
The former Look North host is returning home from February 6th, as Georgey Spanswick moves to the networked evening show in place of Mark Forrest.
BBC Radio 2 is to broadcast a special Desmond Carrington show.
Long-serving Radio Forth daytime presenter Grant Stott is leaving the station after 27 years on the air.
Steve Power is moving to Drivetime at Wave 105 in a direct programme swap with Rick Jackson who is moving to Breakfast.
Stephanie will be responsible for the Virgin Radio playlist and also booking artists for live sessions, special events and outside broadcasts.
BBC Radio Devon's breakfast show presenter Simon Bates has left the station after two years.
Amazing Radio has signed up lead singer of Sunderland-based indie-pop band Frankie & The Heartstrings for weekday afternoons.
Gordon, currently hosting Smart on Sunday, will take over the 7pm till 10pm Monday to Friday show as well from 9th January.
Matt will take over the 2pm till 7pm show from Paris Munro, started Monday 9th January.
He'll be on-air Monday to Thursday from 7pm for one hour with The Nigel Farage Show.
Radio Aire's Content Controller Simon Nicks is joining BFBS as a Content Manager.
Former Free Radio Birmingham breakfast co-host Gemma Hill has replaced Rachel New on Heart Breakfast in the West Midlands.
Popular BBC Radio 4 PM presenter Brian Widlake has died at the age of 85 at his home in Wiltshire after a short illness.
A number of radio broadcasters have been honoured in the latest New Year's Honours, including Jonathan Agnew.
Former BBC Radio Bristol reporter Pat Connor is heading home to become Director of BBC South West.