A new radio brand is launching in Wales tomorrow, as Nation Gold changes name to Dragon Radio.
Premier Christian Radio is launching a special week of programming on its afternoon drive time programme Premier Drive, with a quirky look at outer space and Christianity.
Group Executive Chairman of Anglian Radio David Cocks has died at the age of 71.
Heart and Smooth Thames Valley Managing Editor Gareth James is leaving Global to join Celador as Programme Editor for the Sam FM network and Fire Radio.
Bauer Media's Viking FM and Viking 2 are to provide coverage of all Hull City’s games in the 2016/17, both home and away.
Capital has a new television advert with a new message at its core - Only On Capital.
Weather 24/7 Radio is set to launch on DAB+ next week, providing rolling weather information 24 hours a day.
BBC Radio 4's Commissioning Editor for Comedy, Sioned Wiliam, has announced 18 new comedy shows for the network.
Tom Swarbrick, Chief Correspondent & Presenter at LBC is leaving the station for a new job in Downing Street.
Actor and comedian Harry Shearer is to sit in for Jarvis next week as host of the Sunday Service.
Breakfast presenter Tommy Sandhu has announced that Asian Network Future Sounds 2016 is set to return on Friday 23 September.
Former Key 103 presenter Chelsea Norris is joining BBC Radio Manchester to co-host a weekend show in September.
Kenny Everett returns to BBC Radio Solent with two archive shows and a special documentary hosted by Richard Skinner.
Former Community Media Association Chair Dom Chambers is to host the inaugural Community Radio Awards.
Radiocentre has launched a new microsite to help explain to agencies and advertisers how to use radio to optimum effect to drive response.
UKRD has sold its shares in Juice Brighton, just 12 months after taking over majority control of the station.
Two 15-year-olds are to host a marathon 24-hour radio show to raise money for Amnesty International.
Made in Manchester has recruited Stephen Sackur to host special debate, asking What Point Prison?, for BBC Radio 4.
Colin Murray's replacement on talkSPORT is Sky Sport's Jim White - he's taking over the mid-morning show from September 5th.
Danny Mylo and Rosie Madison are currently locked up in a shop window in the Piazza Shopping Centre in Huddersfield where they have to stay until further notice.