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.
The licence previously held by Oak 107 for Loughborough and Hinckley/Nuneaton is now back in use by a new station - Fosse 107.
Satellite radio station Kanshi is in serious trouble with Ofcom after playing an extremely offensive song on more than one occasion.
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.
The stations will only be online, as the MD of the company believes the future of radio delivery is web-based rather than DAB.
The report confirms that digital listening has increased to 45.5% and in six areas of the UK digital listening exceeds 50%, led by Sussex.
Former Orion Media Chief Executive Adrian Serle is taking over from Gervaise Slowey as CEO of Communicorp Group.
"It’s been an honour to be part of 1Xtra since I started back in 2007 and I have loved every minute of the last five years watching some of the biggest performers in the 1Xtra Live Lounge."
The application comes along with 10 other radio groups around the UK who have applied to Ofcom to run a station using AM.
"I decided not to create a Controller position because my role is slightly different from previous directors of Radio; I won’t be on the BBC’s Executive Board and as a result I expect to be able to remain more closely involved in the…
The night was hosted by Classic FM’s Aled Jones and Radio X presenter Johnny Vaughan, with performances by Emeli Sandé, Clean Bandit and Dua Lipa.
Stephen Fry was honoured with the Gold award, saying "audio is his life" whilst retired BBC Radio 2 presenter Desmond Carrington was given the Lifetime Achievement Award. Whistledown Productions took home the top Indie of the Year award.
"Kenny Everett was the greatest radio presenter of my lifetime. The Beatles were the greatest group. I hope that when we put them together the result is at least good!"
Colin is currently Editor of General Programmes at BBC Radio Scotland, and he will step into the new role in the New Year.
Global has appointed Matt Deverson as the new Managing Editor of Radio X, replacing Chris Baughen.
Radiocentre is pulling the plug on the commercial radio awards it has run for the last 21 years.
News Corp is utilising the facilities of its newly acquired company Wireless Group to start its own radio station.
Western House, home of BBC Radio 2 and 6 Music, has been renamed as Wogan House in memory of Sir Terry.
The UK does have a national Christmas station after all, with Global turning Heart extra into non-stop festive favorites.
The University of Nottingham's URN is Best Student Radio Station for the 6th time in 7 years.