Radio and music is under the spotlight at the upcoming Brighton Digital Festival.
6 Music Live at Maida Vale, a week-long celebration of music featuring live performances, returns in October with with New Order and The Staves.
The live urban music event will take place at the First Direct Arena and will feature performances from some of the UK and international acts currently played by the digital station.
BBC Radio 2 will devote three days of programming to The Beatles and Elvis over the August Bank Holiday weekend.
Little Mix’s Jesy Nelson and Rixton’s Jake Roche took a break from rehearsals for the Key 103 Summer Live gig in Manchester by getting engaged on stage.
Summer Live from Key 103 this year has added James Bay to the line up, taking place at the Manchester Arena on July 19th.
Thomas Small, a contemporary dance choreographer from Dundee has become BBC Radio 2’s first ever official Artist in Residence.
He'll join Bryan Adams, Giorgio Moroder, The Corrs, Leona Lewis, Kate Rusby, Will Young, Shaun Escoffery, and The Shires and Ward Thomas on the line-up.
Chris Evans will kick off the event on BBC Radio 2 and BBC One on Friday June 26th.
This year's BBC Radio 2 Folk Awards was hosted by Mark Radcliffe and Gaelic singer Julie Fowlis.
XFM is to host a special gig with Hozier to raise money for Global’s Make Some Noise.
UK music licensing company PPL has announced a 6% uplift in its international revenues in 2014.
The historic Sunday evening chart show on BBC Radio 1 will be no more from this Summer as the programme moves to Friday.
Noel Gallagher’s High Flying Birds to play a secret South East London venue for Absolute Radio.
New music will be released every Friday from this summer, meaning a possible change for BBC Radio 1's Official Chart Show Sunday slot.
The Official Albums Chart will include audio streams for the first time from next month, following the addition of streaming to the singles chart last year.
Planet Rock is launching its second blues show with the introduction of The Blues Power Sunday Brunch each weekend.
Hull's KCFM hosted a sell-out gig with UB40’s Ali Campbell, Astro and Mickey Virtue as they played in the city last week.
BBC Radio 2 and 6 Music's Robert Gallacher, currently Editor, Commissioning, Scheduling & Station Sound for the two stations, has been appointed as Commissioning Editor of Pop.
The Piccadillys, presumably named after the heritage name of Key 103, have released their first song and sung live in front of thousands of station fans in Manchester.