Former Radio Luxembourg, Capital, Atlantic 252 and Radio 1 presenter and programmer Jeff Graham has died.
Melanie C will be hosting the Magic Request Show each Sunday morning for the next few months on Bauer's Magic Radio.
After five years on Capital breakfast, Dave Berry is leaving Capital and moving to a new job at Absolute Radio.
Desmond Carrington, who enjoyed a radio career spanning six decades, has passed away at the age of 90.
David Lloyd blogs about the sad death of Desmond Carrington, announced by BBC Radio 2.
Former Orion Media Group Content and Operations Director David Lloyd has been appointed Chairman of Notts TV.
A farewell show will air at Easter, says Brian.
Angel Radio is switching off its 101.1FM frequency today as its new licence to serve Portsmouth on 89.3FM commences.
Hereward Media has pulled out of its plan to rescue the station.
Dermot O'Leary and Heart presenter Emma Willis are to host the BRIT Awards this year.
It is too early to confirm any possible plans to rebrand any of the five stations.
Former Key 103 breakfast co-host Chelsea Norris is taking over the afternoon drive show on BBC Radio Manchester.
Voicetracked programmes have now replaced live night time shows on BBC Radio 2.
Former Magic and Capital presenter Neil Fox has revealed he turned down a job offer at Global.
BBC Radio 2 has announced that Brian Matthew won't be returning to Sounds of the 60s, after more than two months off due to poor health.
BBC Radio Oxford is swapping its breakfast and drive presenters around.
Janice Long has hosted her last After Midnight programme on BBC Radio 2, giving an emotional goodbye.
Andy has told listeners he has terminal cancer and might not be back on the radio much.
One of BBC Radio 2's annual pop-up stations is coming back on March 9th for four days.
The station is throwing a birthday bash at Liverpool Philharmonic Hall on September 7th.