It's not April 1st, but RadioToday can reveal Steve Penk Media is working on making a radio station for a number of A-list footballers.
KCFM has hosted an afternoon tea party, putting on food and entertainment for elderly people who are alone and isolated at Christmas.
BBC Radio 3 has announced its New Year’s revolutions; a year of programming inspired by cultural, social, religious and political unrest.
Share Radio is looking for new investment of £2.5m, but currently makes £2 million in annual losses.
Tennessee native and London-based radio presenter Baylen Leonard is joining Chris Country.
HRH The Prince of Wales has recorded a special message for BBC Radio 4’s Just a Minute as it enters its 50th anniversary year.
Tony Blackburn's new show on BBC Radio 2 will be called The Golden Hour - a show he pioneered at BBC Radio 1 in the 1970s.
Free Radio stations in the West Midlands are dropping all off-peak regional shows from January to join the Bauer City 1 Network.
BBC Radio 6 Music is bringing Kate Moss on board to co-host the final hour of breakfast on 23rd December, with Shaun Keaveny.
The Barclaycard Arena and Genting Arena have secured a two-year partnership extension with the Free Radio network following Free Radio Live 2016.
The Bay has given away £8,620 to a listener who finally guessed The Bay's Secret Sound after 22 months in play.
BBC Radio 5 live is aiming to feature at least 100 women on air in one day to report the news through the eyes of women around the world.
The Sunday Hour this week on BBC Radio 2 was more like the Sunday Half Hour after the station went to emergency back-up for 30 minutes.
Lancaster-based The Bay is airing a special documentary to mark the 12-month anniversary of local floods which damaged the station and the local area.
Brighton’s local community radio station RadioReverb has broadcast a special edition of their HIV Happy Hour radio show to support World Aids Day.
There are changes to Radio 4's schedule from April 2017, when the station will launch two new arts programmes and bid farewell to Midweek.
BBC Radio is providing listeners with an abundance of special Christmas programming this year, including Christmas Eve Midnight Mass from Westminster Abbey.
The two-hour show will see the duo get behind the wheel and take to the road for two hours of conversation, laughs and music.
The intimate gig will take place in London and will be broadcast live on the network from 8pm, as well as in vision on the BBC Red Button and streamed on the Radio 2 website.
It will continue to operate from Hampshire where it broadcasts on FM in Havant, and on DAB in numerous locations around the UK.