BFBS Radio Presenters Hermina Campbell and Rachel Cochrane have hosted a 50’s-style Tarts For Troops Tea Party for charity.
A famous Nepali movie star and sportsman is helping BFBS Gurkha Radio put the station’s flag on the top of Mount Everest.
Adam Waters has been appointed as the new Head of Online at British Forces Broadcaster BFBS to work across the portfolio.
A programme recorded with Steve Hackett, the former lead guitarist for Genesis, will be broadcast on BFBS Radio 2 this Easter.
The BFBS Operation Ice Cream will be whipping up morale at garrisons and stations in 2013 for the fourth year running.
Mark Page’s 12 year old Garrison Radio network has closed after losing its contract to supply the service to sites across Britain.
BBC Radio 1′s Greg James will host his daily drive-time show from BFBS in Camp Bastion, Helmand Province in the run-up to Christmas.
BFBS Radio presenter and manager Glen Mansell has died after losing his battle with cancer at the age of 56.
talkSPORT and the British Forces Broadcasting Service have today extended their re-broadcasting agreement.
BFBS Radio presenter and producer Neil Moore is taking his Club Culture Live show on its annual summer road trip.
This year he’s heading to Ibiza and Germany to broadcast live on FM across the forces world and on DAB Digital Radio in the UK.
Salisbury station Spire FM is to simulcast two hours of programming with BFBS later this month for a special Father’s Day dedications show.
The last two hours of the forces’ broadcaster’s ‘Access all Areas’ slot on 17th June will be co-hosted by Spire FM’s Martin Starke and BFBS presenter Gini Carlin.
Oxfordshire’s 106 JACKfm is sending two presenters to Afghanistan for a series of special programmes, 18 months on from a previous visit to the country by the station.
News editor Caroline Verdon and sports show host Andrew Self will spend a week at Camp Bastion from 11th June.
Forces broadcaster BFBS is to simulcast a 2-hour show with Smooth Radio this weekend to allow family and friends of serving troops to connect with their loved ones.
BFBS presenter Rachel Cochrane and Smooth breakfast’s Simon Bates will co-host the special ‘Access all Areas’ slot 12-2pm on Easter Sunday.
Christmas will be all the more special for radio presenter Neil Carter this year, as he’s just moved back to the UK after 11 years on the air around the world with BFBS.
The former BRMB jock, who joined the Forces Broadcaster in 2000, is now taking up a role as a UK-based presented on the network’s DAB station.
Forces Broadcaster BFBS Radio has teamed up with Audioboo and The Sun newspaper to enable people to record and upload messages for family and friends in the military.
Messages uploaded to ‘Boost for the Boys’ Audioboo channel are then played out of BFBS Radio’s stations around the world as well as on their station in the UK on DAB.
Richard Hatch, a presenter with Forces Broadcaster BFBS, has broken the world record for the longest underwater broadcast.
The 4hours 43minute show was done at The Underwater Studios in Basildon, Essex and broadcast around the world as part of an event to raise money for a number of forces charities through the station’s ‘Big Salute’ charity project.
British Forces Broadcasting Service are auctioning goodies on eBay to support five military charities.
The station will dedicate a day of broadcasting to help raise money on October 14th.
Comedians Armstrong and Miller – in character as World War II RAF pilots – have recorded a special video to help launch the new BFBS Radio website.
The broadcaster is also running a mystery voice competition on their two main stations for the next week to celebrate the enhanced web presence.
and the British Forces Broadcasting Service have done a deal that will see talkSPORT’s exclusive commentaries of the Rugby World Cup 2011 this month broadcast to armed forces serving abroad.
Coverage of the home nations’ fixtures as well as all the knock-out stage games will be available to hear in more than 20 countries including Afghanistan, Germany, Cyprus and Canada.
Portsmouth community radio presenter Jason Webster is to join the BFBS team in the Falklands Islands for a year.
The Express FM drivetime presenter was recently named Best Newcomer at the station’s own awards evening.