Radio 2 breakfast host Chris Evans was paid more than £2.2 million by the BBC last year, making him the corporation's highest-earning presenter.
The General Election coverage for BBC Radio will feature a range of debates, comedy and high-profile interviews.
Royal couple make surprise appearance to wish presenter Adele Roberts good luck for her London Marathon run this weekend.
Fifty thousand free tickets to BBC Radio 1's Big Weekend in Hull next month have been snapped up in under an hour.
The BBC has announced five new non-executive directors to its board.
Sarah Sands says it should include humanist views but the BBC says there are no plans to change Thought For The Day.
Local and regional headlines including great results for Wave 105 and BBC Radio Manchester.
The Editor of the London Evening Standard is joining the BBC to oversee Radio 4's Today programme.
Voicetracked programmes have now replaced live night time shows on BBC Radio 2.
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.
Former Deputy Governor of the Bank of England Sir David Clementi is the new Chair of the BBC.
Former BBC Radio Bristol reporter Pat Connor is heading home to become Director of BBC South West.
The BBC has apologised to Buckingham Palace after 12 complaints were received about an episode of Don't Make Me Laugh.
BBC Coventry and Warwickshire has been named Station of the Year at the 2016 Frank Gillard Awards, while BBC Radio Merseyside won four Gold awards.
Ben Cooper will run the BBC Asian Network in addition to Radio 1 & 1 Xtra, as Bob Shennan moves to Director of Radio and Music from today.
Bob Shennan will become the new BBC Director of Radio from next month, looking after day-to-day running of the corporation's network radio stations.
Tony Blackburn is returning to Radio 2 and BBC Local Radio, less than a year after being sacked from all his BBC programmes.
BBC Children in Need will be co-hosted by BBC Radio 2's Graham Norton this year, along with BBC Radio 1's Greg James and Capital's Marvin Humes.
The pop-up digital station run by Jazz FM and the BBC is returning for 2016, for five days from November 10th.
The brand new BBC+ app is available to download, giving users the ability to choose their favourite content.