Radio X has teamed up with Greene King to brew a new beer available in limited edition at selected Greene King Pubs.
Global has appointed James Robinson as Producer of the Chris Moyles Show on Radio X, replacing Dave Masterman.
Russell said he wanted to lure "Hatie Kopkins" back to humanity and went on-air at LBC whilst Katie was talking to a caller.
Russell Brand is to host a new Sunday show on Radio X starting this weekend.
He's leaving X after a decade to host drivetime on XS Manchester.
Vernon Kay is leaving his mid morning show on Global's Radio X after 18 months.
Gordon, currently hosting Smart on Sunday, will take over the 7pm till 10pm Monday to Friday show as well from 9th January.
Former Radio X Managing Editor Chris Baughen is joining the music streaming platform Deezer as Vice President of Content and Formats.
Global has appointed Matt Deverson as the new Managing Editor of Radio X, replacing Chris Baughen.
Did you see the one where Chris Moyles went mad over a visitor looking through the Radio X studio window during a link?
Liam Gallagher is joining Radio X to give music fans an insight into his career.
Keith Lemon, fresh from his appearance on Radio X with Chris Moyles this morning, is very excited by the new Capital studio in London.
Exeter-based Radio Exe has withdrawn its opposition against Global using the name Radio X.
Normal programming stopped this morning at Radio X during the Chris Moyles Show after a fault in the studio.
Global has launched a new Radio X advertising campaign, which breaks during the opening match of Euro 2016.
John Kennedy of Radio X has won the new Music Champion Award sponsored by 7Digital, ahead of the Arqiva Commercial Radio Awards 2016.
Chris Moyles took a quarter of an hour of his show today to explain the benefits of digital radio and future of Radio X.
Johnny Vaughan will host a new sports show each Saturday morning and Gordon Smart returns to the air for his own Sunday afternoon show, Smart on Sunday.
Chris Moyles took six minutes of airtime today on his national breakfast show to point out he wasn't nominated for an Arqiva Commercial Radio Award.
Oasis’ Wonderwall is the ultimate British song according to Radio X listeners, in the station’s inaugural Best of British poll.