New radio programme and podcast dedicated to Brighton and Hove Albion FC news.
Ten BBC local radio stations will lose at least one AM transmitter in January 2018 as part of the BBC's Delivering Quality First plan.
talkRADIO evening show presenter James Whale is stepping down from his Saturday morning show on BBC Radio Kent after three years.
BBC Newcastle has signed new three-year commentary deals with both Newcastle United FC and Sunderland AFC starting this season.
The BBC has renewed of its long-standing partnership with Cricket Australia for radio rights within the UK for the next five years.
On Saturday 30 September, BBC Radio 2 celebrates its 50th birthday with a special season of programmes.
BBC Radio 1 DJ Huw Stephens has announced the new artists who will perform on the BBC Music Introducing stages at Reading and Leeds Festivals in 2017.
MP Ed Miliband was paid £500 per show when he covered for Jeremy Vine at BBC Radio 2 recently.
Tony Blackburn has made a special video to commemorate the 50th anniversary of his first radio programme for the BBC, on the Light Programme.
The Radio Independents Group is calling for Ofcom to reinstate genre quotas in the new BBC Operating Licence.
The summer schedule at BBC Sussex and BBC Surrey will include former Gold and Thames Radio presenter Dean Martin.
Bi journalist Nichi Hodgson has recorded a documentary for BBC World Service exploring what it means to be bisexual.
Rachel Mallendar, Editor of BBC Radio 1 and 1Xtra is leaving the corporation for a new job at HarperCollins.
Trevor Dann hears from Radio 4 and 5 live's Jane Garvey about the open letter from more than 40 high profile women demanding action on the BBC gender pay gap.
BBC Music Introducing is to host a new three-day event called Amplify at London's ExCel for all musicians and music obsessives.
Radio 4’s Controller Gwyneth Williams has today confirmed that Saturday Review will continue to be broadcast on the station.
TV chat show host Trisha Goddard is joining BBC Radio London to host a series of shows over the summer.
Jonathan Agnew, Geoffrey Boycott, Greg James and more to take part in celebrity cricket match.
Historical novelist Sarah Dunant is to host a monthly history show on BBC Radio 4, starting this weekend.
Ten young people from Hull have been selected for the exclusive Radio 1’s Academy: Class of 2017, led by BBC Learning.