Trevor Dann's guests are Jonty Arendt (Jazz FM), Ford Ennals (DRUK) and Fighting Talk producer Simon Crosse.
BBC Radio 5 live's Colin Murray talks to Stuart Clarkson about hosting next month's Radio Festival, his three-year spell at talkSPORT and why he wants Global's Richard Park back on Fighting Talk.
Stuart Clarkson talks to UKRD Group CEO William Rogers about the news that Star Radio North East is closing.
Trevor Dann reports from Radiodays Europe 2017 in Amsterdam where he meets speakers and delegates.
Trevor Dann talks to former LBC and Smooth Radio presenter Anthony Davis who's swapped Leicester Square for the Hollywood Hills.
It's another roundtable, talking about local radio presenters, last shows and BBC pop-up stations.
Audio expert Rupert Brun explains the difference between loudness and volume and has advice on compression, normalisation and limitation.
Danny Baker talks about his new stand-up tour, why he can't get a daily show on radio.
Chelsea Norris tells Trevor Dann about her turbulent departure from Key 103 after 11 years and more.
Mike Hill from Radioplayer, Matt Hill from the new British Podcast Awards, and Mick Meadows of Virgin Radio join Trevor Dann for this month's Roundtable.
New York-based British journalist and broadcaster Nick Wapshott talks about Trump.
Grant Stott tells us why he's leaving Forth One after 27 years and taking his one man show on the road.
Trevor Dann hosts a roundtable with Siobhan Kenny from Radiocentre, David Prest from Whistledown and Nick Pitts from Jazz FM, plus Stuart Clarkson talks to Alex Lester about his departure from BBC Radio 2.
Trevor Dann is at the relaunched Radio TechCon to meet delegates and the organiser Ann Charles.
Will Jackson from the Radio Independents Group talks about the Audio Production Awards and the BBC's new commitment to indies outside London.
Trevor Dann meets some of the winners at the BBC Local Radio Gillard Awards in Newcastle.
Kamila Ceran chats about running an independent newstalk station in right-wing Poland and founder Maria Williams on why Sound Women is no more.
Trevor Dann hosts our first monthly roundtable. Matt Deegan and Brett Spencer talk ARIAs, APAs, RAJARs and sausages, whilst Radiocentre's Siobhan Kenny tells us about commercial radio and public service.
Trevor Dann meets Nihal Arthanayake to discuss his long career in music radio, his Buddhism and his new job at BBC Radio 5 live.