The winners for the IRN Awards in association with Sky News have been announced at Sky Cinema in London.
Following the end of Olly Mann and Petrie Hosken on LBC, Global has revealed its new weekend schedule for 2016.
Nigel Farage is at Leicester Square this weekend to host his own late-night show on LBC.
LBC will be tweeting, posting, pinning, vining and instagraming in an Election special this Thursday and Friday.
Nick Ferrari’s Breakfast Show is to broadcast live from locations across the UK in the run up to General Election on LBC.
You can already Ask Boris and Call Clegg, but now you can Phone Farage with LBC.
Sir Michael Wilshaw is getting his own regular phone-in slot on LBC with breakfast presenter Nick Ferrari.
Deputy Leader of the Labour Party Harriet Harman is joining LBC for a regular phone-in with Iain Dale.
LBC's Managing Editor James Rea is one of the first speakers announced for the upcoming Next Radio conference.
National station LBC will host a live event with the Mayor of London, Boris Johnson and 1,500 invited guests at IndigO2.
Anthony Davis is stepping down from the Late Show at LBC, with overnight presenter Duncan Barkes taking his place.
All this week, Global Radio’s LBC 97.3 is teaming up with Help for Heroes for special programming and fundraising. (more…)
Chris Stevens becomes Deputy Group PD and two brand editors will oversee group's news output.
He'll also be Managing Editor of LBC.
James Rea takes up the role instead of his current role in charge of news.