BBC Radio 2 is set to cover the New Comedy Award again this year but will put audio from the regional heats on digital radio.
Former Editor of The World at One Jamie Angus will be the new Editor of The Today Programme on BBC Radio 4, replacing Ceri Thomas.
The BBC Radio Journalism Apprenticeship Scheme has opened up for applicants hoping for a career in speech radio at the corporation.
Rising Radio 1Xtra talent Yasmin Evans is joining Twin B as co-host of the Radio 1Xtra breakfast show.
Broadcaster and voice-over Sean Bolger is to host a new weekend show during the summer on BBC Sussex and BBC Surrey.
The BBC will consult on proposals for a redundancy & severance pay cap of £150k for all senior managers, Tony Hall has announced.
The BBC iPlayer Radio is now available as an app on Android devices, with some additional features since the iOS version.
BBC Radio Lincolnshire reporter Scott Dalton is taking over the breakfast show on the station, replacing Rod Whiting on Monday April 29.
The BBC is promising to broadcast more Proms this year, with Radio 1, 1Xtra, Radio 2, Radio 3, 4 Extra, 6 Music and Asian Network all featuring events.
Primal Scream will perform live at BBC Radio 5 live’s Big Day Out 2013 at the Echo Arena in Liverpool.
BBC 6 Music took home the only two radio related prizes at the Music Week Awards at the Grosvenor House Hotel, hosted by Chris Evans.
There’s no official word yet from BBC Radio 1 or, distributor of Big Top 40 show, on whether the anti-Thatcher song will air this week.
BBC Radio Cymru’s Editor of General Programmes Lowri Rhys Davies has announced she is leaving the station in the summer for family reasons.
Four months after being appointed DG, Tony Hall has started at the corporation whilst BBC Audio and Music gives way to BBC Radio.
Another BBC strike is taking place from 12pm today as broadcasting union members stage a half-day walkout, affecting radio shows.
Changes at 5 live include Phil Williams replacing Tony Livsey on lates, and Question Time being simulcast from BBC 1.
BBC Radio 5 live’s Big Day Out is returning in 2013, with Colin Murray, Robbie Savage and Mark Chapman going to Liverpool.
From DG to FA – former BBC Director General Greg Dyke has been named as the new chairman of the Football Association.
BBC Radio 4 has received three honours at this year’s Broadcasting Press Guild Awards in London as voted for by media journalists.
BBC Radio Derby’s afternoon show host Colin Bloomfield is taking over breakfast on the station, as Phil Trow heads back to Manchester.
BBC Radio Oxford Drivetime presenter James Cannon is joining BBC Surrey to host Breakfast from the beginning of April.
Radio 4′s Ceri Thomas is to take on the new role as the new Head of Programmes for BBC News, replacing Stephen Mitchell.
Well known BBC television travel presenter Bill Buckley has joined BBC Radio Devon to host the weekday drivetime show starting this week.
Radio 1 Breakfast Show host Nick Grimshaw is planning to raise as much money as possible in just one show, for Comic Relief.
A Manchester indie has produced a new four part History of British Comedy Series for Radio 2, presented by comedian David Mitchell.
The BBC and Radio Academy are offering an opportunity for aspiring broadcast engineers to kick start their careers by learning from expert professionals.
English broadcasts from the BBC World Service are being jammed in China, the BBC has claimed, suggesting the Chinese authorities are to blame.
BBC Radio 5 live has signed a new four-year racing deal, meaning every single race will be available live on BBC Radio.
Jonathan Wall has been appointed as Controller of BBC Radio 5 live and 5 live sports extra, taking up the post immediately.
A number of BBC local radio stations are sharing programmes today due to industrial action being carried out by the National Union of Journalists.