A stalwart of the radio industry in the North West of England, Pat Broome, is leaving today after 40 years' service - and just two jobs!
Dixie explains to listeners why Gayle left Real Radio and why Emma has taken her place.
Who is the real winner in the Global Radio / Communicorp deal now Heart has arrived? @RoyMartin blogs to find out.
After weeks of being told Heart is Coming, two million listeners to Real Radio are waking up to the arrival of Heart this morning.
Global Radio will extend its Heart network to the Real Radio network of regional stations from Tuesday 6th May.
A number of Real Radio presenters are leaving the network ahead of its official change-over to Heart next month.
Real Radio has today started phase one of the upcoming rebrand to Heart.
Real Radio Scotland's ‘Ewen and Cat’s Guide to Scotland’ with Visit Scotland is returning for another year. (more…)
In what could be one of the last surveys for Real Radio, every station in the network has recorded a drop in listeners this quarter.
Real and Smooth Radio's Group Managing Director Andy Carter is leaving the company after 12 years.
All day breakfast shows on Real Radio stations bring in £270k for regional charities.
Global Radio will not appeal against the decision made at the recent Tribunal.
Real Radio breakfast presenters Dixie and Gayle have made a video at ITV in Leeds to help raise awareness of an upcoming charity event.
Real Radio Yorkshire's Managing Director of 11 years Steve South is leaving the station to focus on new projects.
Global Radio says it is disappointed by the decision to reject its appeal against the Competition Commission ruling that it must sell several stations.
Global Radio's appeal against a Competition Commission ruling that it should have to sell stations in seven areas of the UK in order to complete the takeover of GMG Radio has been dismissed.
Real Radio Yorkshire’s creative team have collected an Aerial Award for an advert written and produced, in-house for client Fearmasters.
Real Radio Northwest is lining up James Blunt for an intimate gig this evening in Manchester, with just a few hundred listeners being in the audience.
Real Radio North East is supporting a local man who is attempting to run across Australia from Perth to Sydney
Real Radio has given away two cheques for £50,000 to a couple of listeners in Scotland and the North West of England.