Former BBC Radio Cambridgeshire presenter Richard Spendlove has joined community station Zack FM.
There's a bunch of new regular and guests presenters lined-up for BBC Radio 1 starting at the end of February.
BBC WM is paying tribute to one of its most famous presenters today as Ed Doolan died this morning at the age of 76.
Radio presenter David Kid Jensen has been living with Parkinson's for the last five years, he has announced.
Radio 1's Future Festival has been rebranded to the BBC Music Sound of 2018 Live.
BBC Sussex held its third “Give A Gift” sale on Saturday and raised £1,800 for BBC Children In Need.
Chris Evans launched this year’s 500 WORDS short-story writing competition on his Radio 2 Breakfast Show today.
Radio City Talk is marking the most depressing day of the year on Monday by holding a 24-hour broadcast marathon on the subject of Mental Health.
Eddy Temple-Morris is taking over the weekday mid-morning slot on digital station Virgin Radio, replacing Jamie East.
Former Xfm breakfast show presenter Danny Wallace is heading back to the station to cover Russell Brand.
Rag ’n’ Bone Man has been lined-up to play an intimate show at Town Hall Birmingham with Absolute Radio.
Upcoming changes to BBC Radio 2's schedule includes Sara Cox starting a new late show and Jo Whiley joining Simon Mayo on Drive.
Listeners to BBC Radio 2 were left wondering what happened to Jamie Cullum when he said goodbye from his programme 25 minutes early.
Rochelle Humes is to host a weekly show on Heart across the network, starting this Saturday.
Seven BBC local radio stations are losing their AM frequencies on January 15th, with three more stations losing at least one service.
BBC Radio Ulster presenter Linda McAuley and broadcaster Ross King are just two of the radio people named in the Queen's New Year's honours
The year has been dominated by news about BBC local and national radio - but which story was the most read on RadioToday in 2017?
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.
Rev. Kate Bottley and Jason Mohammed to host a new Sunday morning show on BBC Radio 2.