Stuart Clarkson and Roy Martin dissect the week’s news in the radio industry, including the arrival of a fourth Culture Secretary in two years.
A new position of "Head of Local Radio" at the BBC has been advertised today.
Radio stations in the North West of England have been put on alert that their services may be disrupted due to the fire on Winter Hill.
The new role for Helen Thomas replaces Controller of BBC English Regions, with David Holdsworth leaving the BBC this week after 34 years.
James Purnell, Director of Radio & Education, has delivered his keynote speech to the EBU's Truth and Power Conference, with revelations on the future of radio.
The BBC is not admitting defeat or ceasing to care about radio audience share, despite a newspaper report to the contrary.
The former boss of BBC Radio, Tim Davie, is among those recognised in the Queen's Birthday Honours list.
Heart has overtaken BBC Radio 1 in terms of weekly reach for the very first time - making it the first commercial radio brand to ever have more listeners than the historic BBC station.
The BBC is continuing its long relationship with INRIX by signing a new three-year contract for the supply of travel news across the UK.
Chris Evans will present a live Saturday morning show from Windsor, while Radio 4 and 5 live team up for commentary of the wedding.
UKRD's Local Radio Day has attracted the support of all 39 BBC Local Radio stations this year.
30 second commercials will be added to BBC podcasts for listeners around the world as part of the deal with Acast.
The BBC is letting anyone download its collection of more than 16,000 sound effects for free.
Nicholas Parsons was honoured at the BBC Radio & Music Awards this week, which took place at the BBC Radio Theatre in London.
BBC Director of Radio Bob Shennan says the future of radio in the UK needs to be a mixture of DAB, FM and internet, rather than just DAB.
Three radio presenters have agreed to have reductions to their salary reduced at the BBC after Carrie Gracie's protest at unequal pay.
Jimmy Armfield, who spent almost 40 years on air as a BBC radio football pundit, has died following a battle with cancer.
The BBC has launched a 'Skill' for the Amazon Echo range of devices using the Alexa voice prompts.
Trevor Dann meets winners at the BBC Local Radio awards and discusses DG Lord Tony Hall's unexpected announcements. Plus a report from the RAIN summit.
Radio presenters from the BBC and commercial radio are getting involved in the BBC's annual fundraiser Children in Need this year.