The actress who played Caroline Sterling in The Archers on Radio 4 for nearly 40 years has died from cancer.
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BBC Radio 4 is to air a brand-new drama by author Val McDermid, written exclusively for the station.
BBC Radio 4 Media Show host Steve Hewlett has announced he has only weeks, maybe months left to live.
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.
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 BBC has apologised to Buckingham Palace after 12 complaints were received about an episode of Don't Make Me Laugh.
Comedy double act Max Olesker and Ivan Gonzalez are taking their crime caper sitcom The Casebook of Max and Ivan back to BBC Radio 4 for a Halloween special on 27th October.
BBC Radio 4 has not recommissioned the Don't Make Me Laugh show with David Baddiel, with journalists linking the cut to a particular edition of the show from April.
An article in the Daily Mail has been blasted by talkRADIO presenter Jon Holmes for being misleading.
BBC Radio 4 presenter Gary Younge read out the C word during a pre-recorded programme on Wednesday morning.
Huw Kennair-Jones has been announced as the new editor of the world’s longest running soap, The Archers.
BBC Radio 4's Commissioning Editor for Comedy, Sioned Wiliam, has announced 18 new comedy shows for the network.
Made in Manchester has recruited Stephen Sackur to host special debate, asking What Point Prison?, for BBC Radio 4.
BBC Radio 4 is to air a ten-part series with Melvyn Bragg, telling a story of the North of England, from the end of Roman rule to the present day.
Gwyneth Williams has commissioned a series of special programmes to reflect and examine the political and cultural landscape in Britain after the Brexit vote.
Radio 4's Don’t Make Me Laugh will face an investigation by Ofcom after a significant number of complaints from listeners.
Mary Berry, Eniola Aluko, Jackie Kay, Professor Sunetra Gupta and Angelina Jolie Pitt are to guest edit an edition of Woman’s Hour next week.
Independent production company Made in Manchester has recruited historian Helen Castor to present a 5-part series about the History of the Midlands.
Dominic O’Connell, Business Editor of The Sunday Times, has been appointed as the new business presenter of the Radio 4 Today Programme.