BBC World Service and Sundance Institute join forces on new audio storytelling series.
Jazz FM's Christmas schedule includes Christmas Day morning with musician China Moses and former Radio 3 presenter Claire Martin.
BBC Radio 6 Music is introducing two new series - Sound & Vision and The Leisure Society.
Classic FM has commissioned a second series of its video game music show, High Score, presented by composer Jessica Curry.
Sioned Wiliam has today announced the return of Douglas Adams’ cult classic The Hitchhiker’s Guide To The Galaxy to BBC Radio 4.
David Jensen is to feature in a six-show series of Cool Connections on Brooklands Radio.
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.
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.
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.
Radio indie Made in Manchester has created two special commissions marking the 20th anniversary of the death of Princess Diana.
BBC Radio 2 has added another part to its celebrations of its 50th anniversary on the air - a live outside broadcast of a funk, soul and disco party.
Bi journalist Nichi Hodgson has recorded a documentary for BBC World Service exploring what it means to be bisexual.
Radio 4’s Controller Gwyneth Williams has today confirmed that Saturday Review will continue to be broadcast on the station.
Historical novelist Sarah Dunant is to host a monthly history show on BBC Radio 4, starting this weekend.
Radio 4 has announced more detail on its new theatre show Opening Night, starting on 5 August.
Classic FM Live is happening on Tuesday 19th September at 7.30pm and feature performances from classical pianist Ji Liu and the Bournemouth Symphony Orchestra.
Liam Neeson and Tamsin Greig are among the acting stars to perform new BBC Radio 3 ‘Power of Music’ monologues for BBC Music Day.
The Prime Minister will be live on LBC this Thursday in a special programme: LBC Leaders Live: LBC Interview with Theresa May.