Television personality Carol Vorderman will this weekend join BBC Radio Wales for five weeks to host 'Sunday Morning with…'.
Two radio programmes will battle it out with a game of cricket next month broadcast live on TV.
BBC Radio 1's Nick Grimshaw and Greg James are asking listeners to guess where they are in their new game of Hide and Seek.
BBC Radio 1 is to launch a new comedy show for BBC iPlayer, which will bring together sketch comedy and music videos, featuring Will Best and Pippa Haywood.
A record number of people have listened to 5 live’s podcasts and the station has seen a surge in online listening since the start of the World Cup in June.
Yorkshire Coast Radio is expanding its local football coverage to include commentaries for Whitby Town and Bridlington Town.
Aberdeen station Original 106 has been given permission by Ofcom to change its format, removing the requirement to play rock music, album tracks and target programmes at a male audience.
Sam FM will be playing Three Lions back to back for the entire duration of the semi-final game between England and Croatia.
talkSPORT 2 is broadcasting live ball-by-ball coverage of The Open this year, starting next week.
BBC Radio Lancashire's breakfast presenter Graham Liver has hosted his show from the Lancashire Fire Command Centre on the side of Winter Hill.
Ofcom has found Havering's Time 107.5 in breach of its licence after broadcasting a song with offensive language.
As Now That’s What I Call Music prepares to release its 100th album, Radio 2 will ask what the future holds for compilation albums in the age of streaming.
BBC Radio Manchester dropped networked programmes this week for continued local coverage of the fire on Saddleworth Moor..
DJ Target and Sarah Beaumont have been given extra responsibilities at 1Xtra to jointly lead the station for music.
BBC Radio Leeds celebrates its 50th birthday by broadcasting live from its original home in a Leeds shopping centre this week.
Union JACK is partnering with Channel 4 for the first time to promote its forthcoming comedy series, Stath Lets Flats.
BBC Radio York Stringing Sixties gig raises over £600 for BBC Children in Need.
Sun FM, recently acquired by Nation Broadcasting, has changed its logo to match the rest of the Nation radio stations.
JACKfm will take its breakfast show, JACK’s Morning Glory, on the road for a 27 hour live broadcast from the inside of an ice cream van for the longest day.
BBC Radio Humberside is to host a night of live music featuring local bands at the new Hull Venue which will be the first ticketed event to take place at the new stadium.
Just months after the closure of Wirral Radio, a new radio station called Radio Wirral has launched
Fix Media will give advertisers and sponsors the opportunity to reach more tradespeople than just the radio listeners alone.
Encore Radio has been found in breach of its licence for broadcasting offensive language in songs on multiple occasions during the school Easter holidays.
Wireless Group has secured another three years on its multi-lingual audio rights agreement for the Premier League covering all countries outside UK and Ireland.
BBC Radio 2 has announced Kylie Minogue will headline its annual Live in Hyde Park event this year.
Planet Rock is launching a brand new show focusing on Americana music presented by Loz Guest.
Ofcom has agreed a change to the character of service for London AM and digital station Love Sport, removing the requirement to provide business, entertainment and current affairs information.
The Breeze's FM radio licence in Bristol will be renewed after owner Celador fought off a challenge from Bristol Sound.
Wireless Group's Blackpool station Radio Wave will get a new breakfast show later this month as Stacey Houldsworth joins Scott Gallagher.
Details of Hits Radio's first live music event were announced on-air this morning, with Take That set to headline Hits Radio Live.
1Xtra is to take over Ibiza Rocks on Saturday 4th August, hosted by Charlie Sloth and DJ Target, with DJ sets from MistaJam, DJ Charlsey and Sian Anderson from Ibiza.
Dominic Byrne loves sitting on the toilet.
Two minutes of dead air followed the live failure of the York Minster organ on BBC Radio 3 this week.
Welsh athlete Colin Jackson MBE and his sister, Casualty and Keeping Faith actress Suzanne Packer, are joining BBC Radio Wales for the Summer.
Wireless Group station Signal 1 has announced a massive promotional marketing campaign as it gives away a £10,000 prize fund.
Ofcom has investigated after a complainant said Norfolk-based UKRD station KLFM referenced some local businesses during its news bulletins on Valentine’s Day.
Stuart Pearce leads the pundits for talkSPORT while Robbie Savage will host a daily breakfast show slot on 5 live during the tournament.
AM and digital station Love Sport Radio has announced a partnership with the London Nocturne cycling event later this month.
Nick Grimshaw is coming off the Radio 1 breakfast show after six years to host drivetime in a direct swap with Greg James.
Bauer's new national station Hits Radio has created a shortlist of 5 songs for listeners to choose which should be the first track played on 6am next Monday.
Digital station Radio Cymru 2 has added an afternoon show to its schedule this week to cover the National Eisteddfod in Brecon and Radnorshire.
UKRD station Spirit FM in Chichester has hit its £50,000 target to raise money for a local man with disabilities after listeners donated more than £7,000 on Local Radio Day last week.
Woman’s Hour is launching its fifth Power List, opening up nominations for the most powerful women currently working in the music industry.
The UK’s Naval Support Facility in Bahrain now has its own radio station, as Forces Radio BFBS Middle East goes on air for the first time across the base.
The BBC has secured radio commentary rights to the ICC Cricket World Cup 2019 for BBC Radio 5 live Sports Extra and Radio 4 LW.
6 Music is celebrating women’s voices with Hear Her Day, part of a BBC-wide season marking 100 years since women won the vote.
For the first time ever, BBC Radio 2 is heading to the White Isle to celebrate the dance music of the 80s, 90s and 00s.
Leeds based Fever FM has had a request to change its key commitments approved by Ofcom following a public consultation.
Listeners to Bauer radio stations have raised £710,199 for Superhero Day 2018 - a 25% uplift from last year.
BBC Radio Lancashire is dedicated some of its weekend programmes to the National Festival of Making taking place in Blackburn.