In our London and national round-up, Chris Moyles posts his best-ever Radio X breakfast figures, while Capital and LBC remain top commercial stations in London on reach and share.
Digital radio triumphs nationally this quarter, with record audiences for BBC 6 Music, Kisstory, Heart 80s, Mellow Magic and Virgin Radio.
After 7 successful years presenting for BBC Radio Leicester and most recently their breakfast show, Jim Davis is joining BBC Radio London.
Heart London Managing Editor Gary Stein is leaving Global, after four years, to return to the North of England.
Heart 80s has posted an impressive debut set of listening figures, with Q2/2017 RAJAR data showing the digital station reaches 852,000 listeners each week.
TV chat show host Trisha Goddard is joining BBC Radio London to host a series of shows over the summer.
A campaign to bring back the television show Fun House has received the backing of its former presenter, and radio host Pat Sharp.
BBC Radio London went to its emergency backup audio today as parts of New Broadcasting House were evacuated.
London is getting another 4 stations on FM, after Ofcom awarded licences to Flex FM, Radio Minhaj, Nomad Radio and Maritime Radio.
Messages of congratulations came in from show guests Katy Perry and Ed Sheeran, plus Harry Styles, Shawn Mendes, Sean Paul and more.
Chris will feature on the DAB station every Sunday morning from 8am till 12pm as part of 80s Sunday.
Fix Radio will feature up-tempo well-known songs from the 80s, 90s, 00s and today and details weather info.
Applicants include Zone One Radio - community radio for central London, Fusion FM, Flames Radio and AIMS FM in Hounslow.
It will continue to operate from Hampshire where it broadcasts on FM in Havant, and on DAB in numerous locations around the UK.
Wire FM mid-morning host Dominic Walker has been awarded the Freedom of the City of London at a ceremony at London Guildhall.
Ofcom wants applications by October 25th from community groups wanting to operate a radio station within the M25.
LBC will host the first major live debate with the new Mayor of London Sadiq Khan Thursday night.
A new radio station is launching in London this weekend with Neil Fox and Pat Sharp on the schedule.
The new modern style studios keep coming at Leicester Square as Global installs new facilities for Capital London.
Community station BANG Radio will change its name to The Beat London 103.6 FM on Bank Holiday Monday, 28th March 2016.