talkRADIO will be broadcasting from Washington next week as the results of the US Election are announced.
BBC Essex's celebrations to mark its 30th birthday are set to take place this weekend, marking its launch date of November 5th, 1986.
Stan Collymore will be heard on XS Manchester from this weekend, with his syndicated show, Call Collymore.
Magic in the Morning is becoming Magic in New York for a promotion which includes broadcasting live from an aeroplane.
Nick Ferrari and Matt Frei will be hosting their programmes for LBC from America during next week's US Election.
Portsmouth DAB+ station Unforgettable Radio has switched to all Christmas music today.
Alex Brindley has been appointed as Manx Radio’s new Controller of Programming and Content, replacing Marc Tyley.
HRH The Earl of Wessex has given a rare interview during an official visit to Isle of Wight Radio.
The upcoming BBC Music Jazz pop-up service will feature 12 hours of programming from Jazz FM this year, an increase from four last year.
The BBC Music Awards, taking place in London this year, will include Greg James live backstage and from the Red Carpet on Radio 1 from 4-7pm.
BBC Radio 3 is to cancel regular programmes for 12 hours on 30 October to air River of Music non-stop.
The award was handed out yesterday evening at the Herald City & Waterfront Awards ceremony in Plymouth.
BBC Radio 1 has today named the four inspirational Radio 1 Teen Heroes of 2016.
Two familiar faces from the world of Breakfast television are set to guest host programmes next week on BBC Sussex and BBC Surrey.
Ray Khan, who has been with the BBC Asian Network for over 25 years, is leaving the station as part of a number of schedule changes.
DAB+ radio station Union JACK is celebrating reaching over 500,000 playlist votes in the first three weeks of broadcasting.
BBC Radio Lancashire's breakfast show presenter Graham Liver is to pull a four poster bed over 100 miles.
On Sunday evening Lincs FM hosted their latest Up Close gig with the Kaiser Chiefs at the Engine Shed in Lincoln.
Jonny Gould, currently hosting the evening show Monday to Thursday has confirmed to RadioToday that he'll soon move to Sunday afternoons 4pm till 7pm.
The one-day event will explore strategies for the enhanced inclusion of culturally diverse (BAME) classical music composers in mainstream programming.