A number of radio broadcasters have been honoured in the latest New Year's Honours, including Jonathan Agnew.
It's not April 1st, but RadioToday can reveal Steve Penk Media is working on making a radio station for a number of A-list footballers.
KCFM has hosted an afternoon tea party, putting on food and entertainment for elderly people who are alone and isolated at Christmas.
Facebook is entering the live audio space early next year and is working with the BBC and Global to launch the service.
Following the news that 73 members of staff have been made redundant from TeamRock, a JustGiving campaign has so far raised over £50,000 to help staff.
BBC Radio 3 has announced its New Year’s revolutions; a year of programming inspired by cultural, social, religious and political unrest.
Former BBC Radio Bristol reporter Pat Connor is heading home to become Director of BBC South West.
Share Radio is looking for new investment of £2.5m, but currently makes £2 million in annual losses.
Tennessee native and London-based radio presenter Baylen Leonard is joining Chris Country.
Tina will be replacing Anthony Davis who is moving to the USA with his family.
TeamRock Radio has officially ceased its service, after its parent company TeamRock went into administration with the loss of 73 jobs.
Angel can now be heard on DAB in Aldershot, Bristol, Brighton, Birmingham, Cambridge, Hampshire, Isle of Wight, London, Norwich, West Sussex and Woking.
Community radio station Tulip Radio, which said goodbye and closed down last week, is getting ready for a re-launch on January 2nd.
HRH The Prince of Wales has recorded a special message for BBC Radio 4’s Just a Minute as it enters its 50th anniversary year.
One of Capital South Coast's breakfast show presenters, comedian Tom Deacon, is leaving the station after 18 months to get back into comedy.
Daily exclusive radio programmes about radio, radio event coverage, plus opinion and content from radio industry people are just some of the changes at inRadio.
Former JACK fm Berkshire morning show host Neal Veglio is joining Sunshine Radio for breakfast after Christmas.
The new show is available to all broadcasters (UK and internationally) and will be a celebration and tribute to all the amazing artists who are sadly no longer with us.
Tony Blackburn's new show on BBC Radio 2 will be called The Golden Hour - a show he pioneered at BBC Radio 1 in the 1970s.
Radiocentre is helping to co-ordinate the latest appeal by the Disasters Emergency Committee across commercial radio, in response to the humanitarian crisis in Yemen.