After news of his departure from Radio 2, Wireless has confirmed the signing of Graham Norton to do Saturday and Sunday shows for Virgin Radio.
Late night radio host Graham Torrington is presenting his last show for the BBC tonight as he prepares to retire after 37 years.
Four former BBC Sport and Radio 5 Live staff are to lead a new company based in Manchester which says its aim is to become Europe's largest podcast network.
Stations including Clyde 1, Forth One and Northsound have apologised to followers of their social media channels, after a live video full of expletives was broadcast on Facebook.
Celador Radio's chief executive officer Carol Edwards is leaving the radio group as its stations prepare to become part of Greatest Hits Radio from next month.
Graham Torrington has announced he's leaving his BBC Local Radio late show across the Midlands, and retiring from radio after a career spanning nearly 40 years.
Scala Radio presenter Simon Mayo will do a Sunday afternoon album show on Greatest Hits Radio from next month as the brand is rolled out to local radio stations across the country.
Nation Broadcasting is inviting existing commercial and new digital broadcasters to get in touch about broadcasting on all of the small scale DAB multiplexes being advertised by Ofcom next month.
Digital station Virgin Radio Groove has added Michael Underwood to its weekend line-up in the 10am-2pm slot
Eagle Radio breakfast presenter Peter Gordon has signed off for the last time, ahead of the station's rebrand to Greatest Hits Radio in a few weeks' time.
Yorkshire Coast Radio’s Managing Director, Chris Sigsworth, is leaving the station today ahead of its change to Greatest Hits Radio next month.
BBC Radio 1Xtra has announced marketing manager Faron McKenzie as the new Head of the station.
Former Heart and BBC Radio Cambridgeshire presenter Kev Lawrence is joining Peterborough station PCRfm to host its breakfast show.
Cambridge station Star Radio has moved the frequency of its main transmission covering the city and South Cambridgeshire - from 107.9 to 100.7 FM.
Former 5 Live sports presenters including Mark Pougatch and John Inverdale have teamed up for a new podcast series looking at the emotions of sport and sports broadcasting.
Legendary BBC Radio Wales late show presenter Chris Needs has died aged 68, following a short period of ill health.
Greg James will interview radio legend Bob Harris about his 50 years in broadcasting as part of the BBC Radio 2 summer schedules, which also sees Bruce Springsteen presenting some programmes.
24 local radio stations are stepping up their transitions to Hits Radio and Greatest Hits Radio from next week as part of Bauer's plans to integrate the four groups acquired last year.
The Managing Director of UK Radioplayer has told RadioToday that figures show there was a 50 percent increase in the number of people tuning into radio via the platform as the Coronavirus lockdown began in the UK in March.
BBC Radio 1Xtra's breakfast presenter Dotty is leaving the show at the end of July after six years at the station.