Radio Festival has been postponed due to the events which took place last night in Manchester.
BBC Radio 2 presenter Graham Norton will appear at the Radio Festival 2017 in conversation with Nicholas Parsons.
The Radio Academy Radio Festival is taking place on May 23rd this year, moving from its usual Autumn date.
Helen Boaden, the BBC’s Director of Radio is confirmed to speak at this year’s Radio Festival, joining the Creative Economies session debating the BBC’s Compete or Compare initiative.
BBC Radio 2's Dermot O'Leary will lead a special tribute session to Sir Terry Wogan at the upcoming Radio Festival.
Radio X presenter Ricky Wilson will be in conversation with BBC Radio 2’s Jo Whiley at this year’s Radio Festival.
The Radio Festival will return to The British Library for 2016, for a one day event on Tuesday 27th September.
The Radio Academy is back, and brought us a three day festival enjoyed by hundreds of delegates this week.
Steve Parkinson, Alison Winter, Jimmy Buckland and John Dash have been honoured with Radio Academy Fellowships.
The British Library wants to work with the radio industry to explore how to preserve a representative sample of the UK’s vast radio output.
A fun video explaining digital radio has been produced and played at the Radio Festival in London.
Jamie Cullum is making a special appearance at today’s Radio Festival Showcase at The British Library.
Talking to RadioToday Chris Evans has dismissed claims his upcoming television commitments will mean he doesn't have time to focus on his Radio 2 breakfast show.
PRS for Music and PPL are the headline sponsors for Radio Festival Showcase this year.
This year's Radio Festival is to introduce a tribute event to former Jazz FM Chairman Richard Wheatly.
Zane Lowe is heading back to the UK for a Radio Festival conversation with his former Radio 1 boss Ben Cooper.
Broadcaster Paul Gambaccini will appear at this year's Radio Festival to talk about his year 'Under The Yewtree'.
The BBC Music John Peel Lecture at the Radio Festival 2015 will play host to musician and artist Brian Eno, introduced by Mark Radcliffe.
The new Radio Festival next month will include Chris Evans in conversation, along with representatives from Google and Spotify.
News of significant changes at the Radio Academy has sparked a debate big enough to start trending on Twitter.