The Be A Good Egg appeal means underprivileged children across the station's broadcast area will now get an Easter Egg.
BBC Radio 4’s arts and culture programme Front Row will launch a new Saturday edition from September, replacing Saturday Review.
The BBC World Service's 60-second audio news bulletin is being broadcast on a commercial radio station in Europe for the first time.
Fifty thousand free tickets to BBC Radio 1's Big Weekend in Hull next month have been snapped up in under an hour.
talkSPORT has reached an agreement with Radio Africa Group to bring live English Premier League audio commentary to fans in Kenya.
Wire FM is backing Warrington's bid to be awarded the title of UK City of Culture 2021.
Rugby players Ben Kay and Shane Williams are lined up to host coverage of British & Irish Lions tour on talkSPORT.
Yorkshire Coast Radio’s annual Bring a Pound to Work Day fundraiser has raised over £12,500.
Roberto launches the UK's newest 80s radio station.
Three million song requests made for the DAB+ only station in just six months on-air.
The syndicated show, from Blue Revolution, will air every Saturday at 8pm.
Nigel Williams’ show on Jazz FM last week was broadcast live from high above the Atlantic Ocean.
Chris Evans says the number of entries this year is just incredible.
Peter Gordon is being given the freedom to choose his own music on breakfast.. But only for an hour.
BBC Asian Network Live event will be simulcast broadcast live across the BBC’s youth radio stations.
The new hosts of Signal 1's breakfast show are Jennie Longdon and John Fox.
Bauer's City Network of stations are to syndicate a live show with Kiss and heat from The BRITs.
Saturday mornings on BBC Radio 2 are changing, with Tony Blackburn from 6am and Dermot O'Leary from 8am.
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.