BBC Radio Cymru afternoon presenter Tommo is leaving the station after four years.
BBC radio commentator and former Scotland fly-half Ian Robertson has announced he is to retire at the end of this year after 46 years.
Georgey Spanswick is returning to BBC Radio York’s Breakfast Show ahead of her current networked evening show coming to an end.
Steph and Dom Parker, famous from their appearances on Channel 4's Gogglebox, are taking over the 10am-1pm weekend slot on digital station talkRADIO.
Absolute Radio breakfast presenter Christian O'Connell has confirmed he's moving to Australia for work.
Wolverhampton community radio station 101.8 WCR FM is to broadcast an hour programme in memory of the late broadcaster Ed Doolan.
Former BBC Radio Cambridgeshire presenter Richard Spendlove has joined community station Zack FM.
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.
Chris Evans launched this year’s 500 WORDS short-story writing competition on his Radio 2 Breakfast Show today.
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.
Upcoming changes to BBC Radio 2's schedule includes Sara Cox starting a new late show and Jo Whiley joining Simon Mayo on Drive.
Rochelle Humes is to host a weekly show on Heart across the network, starting this Saturday.
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
Rev. Kate Bottley and Jason Mohammed to host a new Sunday morning show on BBC Radio 2.
International DJ, radio broadcaster and club curator DJ Charlesy is joining 1Xtra to host a Friday night show.
LBC's breakfast show presenter Nick Ferrari has been named as Journalist of the Year at the British Journalism Awards.
Jasmine Takhar is the new presenter of The BBC Asian Network Weekend Breakfast Show.
There hasn't been a Brummie on 96.4FM breakfast - and there'll be four of them!