BBC Radio 1 and BBC Learning have announced plans for BBC Radio 1’s Academy in Hull 2017.
Get ready for Flintoff, Savage and the Ping Pong Guy.
Good stunt! The XS Manchester Breakfast Show today was a repeat of yesterday's programme.
The station is throwing a birthday bash at Liverpool Philharmonic Hall on September 7th.
A headline about President Trump being shot was posted on BBC Northampton's Twitter account after it was hacked.
Nick Grimshaw has announced on Breakfast this morning that the Radio 1 Big Weekend for 2017 will be held in Hull on 27th and 28th May.
Absolute Radio 90s will temporarily rebrand as Absolute Radio Frank to celebrate the comedian's 60th birthday.
A.Dot has launched a new tool as part of her regular Trashbag Tuesday feature in which she invites fans to vent about the things that annoy them.
A number of new presenters are joining Heart to be part of the station's new Feel Good Weekend line-up.
The workforce of over 9,000 people at Magna Park is getting its own radio station as Cross Counties Radio plans a new online station.
Chris Evans launched this year’s 500 Words short-story writing competition for children aged between 5 and 13 years of age.
Channel 5 weather presenter Sian Welby is joining Heart to host the evening show, Monday to Thursday.
talkRADIO is launching its own version of the popular Radio 4 show Woman's Hour, but calling it Badass Women’s Hour, every Saturday at 8pm. (more…)
Radio Exe has written to Ed Sheeran saying it has a cheque for £30 to give him.
BBC Radio 1's service licence has been changed today, allowing the station to drop the Newsbeat branded website content and apps.
Daytime host Jeff Diack is taking over the breakfast show on Bauer's Northsound 1, replacing Micky Gavin.
Listen: Ed was asked about how he plays his new material to his friends, to which he replied he usually does it when he's pi**ed.
Bauer's charity appeal has raised £15.5 million, up from last year’s total of £13 million by almost £2.5 million pounds.
The station's 40th birthday is today, January 3rd, but celebrations will continue throughout the year.
Across one week, taking in Essex, Leeds, Oxford, Birmingham and Brighton, he’ll be finding out what makes some of the smallest music venues in the country some of the most important.