BBC Radio Cambridgeshire has announced a new on-air line-up, from Monday October 2nd.
Marking 50 years since the Home Service became Radio 4 on 30 September 1967, the station has announced two special commissions, both air from Monday 25 September.
The Story of the Light Programme, created by radio indie Made in Manchester, is a documentary celebrating life before Radio 2.
The Beat has hired former JACK fm presenter, Neal Veglio.
Gem 106 breakfast duo Sam and Amy are joining national digital station Virgin Radio to do the same timeslot, replacing Edith Bowman.
Sam and Amy are leaving the breakfast show in the Great East Midlands after 11 years.
Edith Bowman is departing the breakfast show on Wireless Group's digital station Virgin Radio after 18 months.
Last Pirate FM sets sail across the UK to mark Remember A Charity In Your Will Week, thanks to Atomic London and Wisebuddah.
Altered Images singer Clare Grogan is starting a new evening show, six nights a week on digital station Absolute 80s.
Danielle Perry is moving to evenings, with Peter Donaldson taking over the late show as Dave Berry joins Absolute Radio from next month.
Take That and Five To Five have spoken to Matinee Radio ahead of their debut performance at Manchester's Opera House.
talkSPORT has entered into an agreement with BETIKA, a Kenyan owned Betting firm, to stream official 90 minute live audio commentary of English Premier League matches in Kenya.
The UK's first national legal commercial radio station, Classic FM, launched 25 years ago today, and celebrated with a live broadcast from a stately home.
Two of the nominations go to The Stephen Nolan Show and Stephen is up for Speech Broadcaster.
BBC Radio 5 live's AM transmitter at Moorside Edge is going off-air from 10am to 4pm for at least the next two weeks.
Presenter Bam Bam has left the breakfast show on Celador's South Coast regional station after six years.
BBC Radio 3's long-running daily show Afternoon on 3 is changing to Afternoon Concert, and being extended by 30 minutes.
Russell Brand has put Radio X in breach of its licence conditions after a discussion about sex on a pre-recorded Sunday morning show was broadcast.
Radio indie Made in Manchester has created two special commissions marking the 20th anniversary of the death of Princess Diana.
A special radio play has been made about the creation of Classic FM, which will be broadcast during a week of programmes to mark the station's 25th birthday.