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Today is the day Radio Caroline starts official live and legal broadcasts on AM.
BBC Radio Sheffield is to join forces with Radio 4’s Woman’s Hour in January 2018 for a week-long series looking at the impact the menopause is having on women’s lives.
Former BBC Radio York, Minster FM and Radio Caroline presenter Jerry Scott has died.
Time 107.5 FM has helped over 1,400 underprivileged children enjoy presents this Christmas.
BBC Radio York has smashed its target of scarves that their listeners have knitted over the last few weeks.
It follows moves by Stray FM, Minster FM, Yorkshire Coast Radio and Spire FM who all handle 100% of their own airtime.
Rev. Kate Bottley and Jason Mohammed to host a new Sunday morning show on BBC Radio 2.
BBC Radio Humberside will broadcast a special 12-hour show looking at the highlights from the year, this New Year's Eve.
Forces Radio BFBS is joining Sound Digital's almost-national DAB multiplex nine months after leaving D1.
A new radio station has launched this week in central Scotland, broadcasting sport and rock music on DAB digital radio.
Rathergood Radio is being investigated by Ofcom for a possible breach of its licence.
Radiocentre welcomes and encourages radio deregulation 'at the earliest opportunity'.
The government says it will bring in new rules on commercial radio formats as soon as possible - meaning stations will be free to change their music format without Ofcom approval.
The JACK team in Oxfordshire is to launch another JACK branded radio station next year, on the D2 national multiplex.
Kaval Vaseer, a presenter on BBC Radio Nottingham, has died after a long battle with cancer.
The Archbishop of York, Dr John Sentamu will present a special Christmas show to be recorded at BBC Radio York.
The Global Awards will celebrate the stars of music, news & entertainment in the UK and around the world.
Seven new community radio groups have been given licences to broadcast, including five in the North West of England.