Two new sessions have been unveiled for Segue next week: ‘Does Radio Have Passion For Music?’ and ‘Successful Song Writing for Radio’.
GOLD! Tony Hadley and Sophie Ellis-Bextor will perform for the radio industry at this year's ARIAS in Leeds.
Radio broadcaster Janice Long will be in conversation with David Lloyd at The Radio Academy’s Segue Expo in Leeds on Thursday October 18th.
The nominations for the Audio and Radio Industry Awards have been unveiled by Capital South Wales Breakfast presenters, Matt Lissack and Polly James, live at the Next Radio conference in London.
Roger Cutsforth, CEO of The Radio Academy, is to step down from the organisation after three years.
If your name's not down, you're not getting in.
Radio Academy Chief Executive Roger Cutsforth tells us about the upcoming Segue event happening in Leeds in October, plus looks ahead to the 2018 ARIAS.
The Radio Academy’s national radio and audio event, Segue is returning to Leeds this October 17th and 18th for its second year.
The Scotland branch of the Radio Academy is holding a free event to discuss radio coverage of Scotland's game.
The Audio & Radio Industry Awards 2018 are now open for entries ahead of the event in Leeds on October 18th.
Radio X breakfast presenter Chris Moyles has revealed he once turned down a chance to be in the Radio Academy Hall of Fame.
KISS presenters Melvin and Pandora will jointly host this year’s Audio and Radio Industry Awards in Leeds.
Stuart Clarkson talks to speakers and attendees at this year’s Radio Festival at the British Library, held on Tuesday 15th May 2018.
A new awards event has been launched to help celebrate radio and audio created by 8 to 18-year-olds.
The Radio Academy has chosen an all-female list to receive its latest Fellowship awards.
Absolute Radio's breakfast show presenter OC has been given a Gold Award from the Radio Academy.
BBC and commercial radio to join forces for the first time in Mental Health Minute broadcast.
The full line-up for this year’s Radio Festival is now revealed, with BBC Radio 1’s Charlie Sloth and MP, Damian Collins, added to the bill.
Radio's importance in public debate will be covered in a session featuring Vanessa Feltz, Nigel Farage and Julia Hartley-Brewer at next month's Radio Festival in London.
More sessions and special guests announced for this year's Radio Festival, including Gillian Reynolds and Cerys Matthews.