The In New DJ's We Trust segment on BBC Radio 1 will now be part of the Radio 1 Residency, meaning two shows on a Thursday night for new talent.
Steve Bugeja from Manchester has been crowned winner of the BBC Radio New Comedy Award 2013, out of 600 acts who entered the competition.
BBC Radio 2 is to air a series of shows about entrepreneur and artist manager Simon Fuller in what will be his first ever in-depth interview.
BBC Radio Wales has announced a day celebrating Wales’ long heritage of brass band music as part of its Christmas schedule this year.
James Max is joining BBC London 94.9 for Early Breakfast from the new year, four months after leaving LBC 97.3.
Wave 105 presenter Simon Clarke and news reporter Jason Beck raised more than £7,000 in aid of Wave 105 Cash for Kids through a sponsored skydive.
BFBS is inviting young singing stars to take part in a festive online Kidsmas Carol competition.
Absolute Radio's Christian O’Connell Breakfast Show is to take a bunch of listeners to Switzerland and broadcast live from the Swiss Alps.
Isle of Wight Radio is once again an official supporter and media partner of the Isle of Wight Christmas Toy Appeal.
Olivia Jones, voted Hits Radio Student Star 2013 Best Female is taking over the evening show on Kent's kmfm.
HRH Prince Harry has been updating listeners to The Breeze on a Walking with the Wounded charity South Pole Allied Challenge.
talkSPORT afternoon show presenters Paul Hawksbee and Andy Jacobs have released a book of highlights of one of the station's most popular features of the week.
BBC Radio 2 is to welcome Gary Barlow to the station for a day, featuring the singer/songwriter on daytime programmes before broadcasting a live concert in the evening.
A new law has been passed in England and Wales today, which was supported for and campaigned for by Manchester station Key 103.
Radio 1 is celebrating the 50th anniversary of Doctor Who with a documentary from radio indie 2ZY which looks at the Time Lord Rock genre of music.
Annie Nightingale and Jon Holmes are back on BBC Radio 2 next month as part of the Christmas schedule, just announced.
Forces broadcaster BFBS is to air a radio documentary this weekend, after being given unprecedented access to medical teams working on the frontline in Afghanistan.
Radio 2 is to broadcast three tribute shows to Sir David Frost, under the banner That Was The Year That Was.
A special programme looking at Sir David Attenborough's early career as a sound recordist will form part of BBC Radio 4's Christmas schedule this year.
Nation Radio is backing a charity cycle tour from Cardiff to Dublin during the Six Nations rugby tournament in February.
Bauer Radio's Magic Network across the North of England has launched a competition where listeners can compete against up to 20-thousand others at the same time.
There are reports that Buzz Radio and Kismat Radio are to be rebranded as Sunrise Radio 2 and Sunrise Radio 3 from 1st December.
BBC Radio 2 has contributed more than £4 million to this year's Children in Need appeal through a series of on-air and off-air fundraising efforts.
talkSPORT will broadcast live commentary of every match from next summer's football world cup in Brazil after signing a deal with FIFA.
A day of fundraising broadcast across the BFBS radio network has raised more than £10,000 to support five forces charities.
Iggy Pop is to present two programmes for BBC 6 Music this Christmas and New Year.
Bauer's Clyde 1 is bringing together two Glasgow football rivals for a stage version of its Superscoreboard sports show.
Digital children's radio station Fun Kids is to air a reading of a Doctor Who story in what could be the Time Lord's first outing on a non-BBC radio station in the UK.
A six-day radiothon appeal by Premier Christian Radio has raised a total of £304,315 to help with the station's transmission costs.
Orion Media's Free Radio has booked The Saturdays to complete the line-up for its Free Radio LIVE 2013 show in Birmingham at the end of this month.