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.
After four years, Mark Forrest is to leave the networked evening show on BBC Local Radio, to be replaced by Georgey Spanswick.
BBC Radio Kent presenter Dave Cash has died at the age of 74.
He's starting on Monday joining current co-host Cat Kilvington, who joined Peak FM earlier in the year.
Stephen Nolan has been recognised for an interview he conducted with a survivor of the Paris terror attacks.
MistaJam will present from the stage, joining the BBC Concert Orchestra to bridge the gap between musical genres.
The show, featuring hospital radio character Ivan Brackenbury, had a pilot earlier this year.
5 live and BBC Radio Manchester presenter Sam Walker is taking a break from radio to go travelling with her family.
BBC Children in Need will be co-hosted by BBC Radio 2's Graham Norton this year, along with BBC Radio 1's Greg James and Capital's Marvin Humes.
BBC Radio 4 has not recommissioned the Don't Make Me Laugh show with David Baddiel, with journalists linking the cut to a particular edition of the show from April.
Former Rock FM, Century 105 and The Bee presenter Rob Charles has left DAB station Sandgrounder Radio and says he's finished with radio for good.
An article in the Daily Mail has been blasted by talkRADIO presenter Jon Holmes for being misleading.
BBC Radio legend Desmond Carrington has announced on his show, The Music Goes Round, that he will be hosting his last show on Friday 28th October from 7-8pm.