South West London commercial station Radio Jackie is celebrating 50 years of serving its local area.
A new classical music chart has launched on Scala Radio - the Scala Singles Chart countdown - each Saturday at 10am.
Long-serving BBC local radio presenter Sue Sweeney has made a sudden exit from BBC Radio Newcastle.
Original BBC Radio 5 Live presenter and reporter John Inverdale is leaving the station today.
Lauren Laverne has been named Radio Broadcaster of the Year at the 45th Broadcasting Press Guild Awards.
Radio and TV presenter Nicholas Parsons CBE is to be honoured at the 45th annual Broadcasting Press Guild Awards.
The winners for the Television & Radio Industries Club awards have been announced, with Greg James and Roman Kemp amongst the winners.
Capital's new networked breakfast show has been confirmed as Roman Kemp, Vick Hope and Sonny Jay - the current presenters for Capital Breakfast in London.
Radio X has announced a new Friday and Saturday night show, which will be hosted by former Absolute and Capital presenter Polly James.
5 Live's late-night presenter Phil Williams is leaving the station after 18 years.
To mark International Women’s Day, JACK Radio is launching Inspirational Women – a series of segments that showcase women.
Former Heart and Real Radio Wales presenter Angela Jay is joining Nation Broadcasting’s local network of Welsh stations.
BBC Radio Foyle is marking its 40th birthday with a celebration of the broadcasting legend that was Gerry Anderson.
Jonathan Dimbleby is to step down as chair of BBC Radio 4’s political debate programme Any Questions? after 32 years.
Smooth Country has just appeared on the Global Player app, and online via the Smooth Radio website.
Friday nights on Scala Radio will be home to a weekly roundtable programme reviewing the best classical music and contemporary arts, hosted by Penny Smith.
Julie Walters is heading back to Classic FM for a new seven-part series of Turning Points.
Simon Mayos mid-morning show on Scala Radio will be sponsored by Disney for the first six months.
BBC Radio 1 is heading to Middlesbrough to host this year's Big Weekend event, headlined by Miley Cyrus, The 1975 and Little Mix.
Radio 1 breakfast show host Greg James is to present a Saturday morning series for BBC Radio 4 called Rewinder.
A brand new weekly programme called This Classical Life, fronted by saxophonist Jess Gillam, is just part of some schedule changes planned for BBC Radio 3.
Pause For Thought presenter Reverend Ruth Scott has died aged 60 after living with cancer for two years.
BBC Radio 1 and Scott Mills are to host another 24-hour LOLathon in aid of Red Nose Day.
Greatest Hits Radio is introducing a retro chart countdown presented by Mark Goodier each Sunday afternoon from 5pm.
Bauer has hired Pat Sharp to host a weekend show on its new Greatest Hits Radio network.
KISS and Hits Radio will be broadcasting live from the BRITs this year with presenters from both networking joining together for a special show.
Bauer has confirmed the full presenting line-up for its new classical music station Scala Radio, with Anthea Turner, Alexis Ffrench, Luci Holland, Faye Treacy and Hannah Cox added to the schedule.
BBC Radio 1's latest on-air promotion started on Monday morning and sees Greg James locked in a room needing help from listeners to get out.
Cillian Murphy is set to join BBC Radio 6 Music for a run of shows as Guy Garvey takes an extended break to work on his next album.
Five British MPs will join LBC next week to guest-present the station’s mid-morning programme.
Louisa Hannan and Alun Newman are taking over the mid-morning show from Sasha Twining on BBC Radio Solent.
The nominations for the Jazz FM Awards 2019 have been announced ahead of an evening event at Shoreditch Town Hall on International Jazz Day.
Heart’s Rochelle Humes, Capital Breakfast’s Roman Kemp and Classic FM and Smooth presenter Myleene Klass will host The Global Awards for the second year running.
Bauer has hired Charles Nove to host the Breakfast Show on its new classical music station Scala Radio.
Chris Evans has told listeners to his Virgin Radio breakfast show that Wireless' talkRADIO is going to rebrand as talkNEWS - and suggested Nick Ferrari and John Humphrys would be great signings.
Fearne Cotton will deputise for Zoe Ball when she takes holidays from the Radio 2 breakfast show, with comedian Matt Lucas looking after the show on Bank Holidays.
Former Kiss, Radio 1 and 5 live presenter DJ Spoony is hosting his first show for BBC Radio 2 this month.
John Humphrys has confirmed that he will leave the Today Programme in the autumn after 32 years, following speculation.
Tributes have been paid following the death of former Clyde 1 and Clyde 2 breakfast presenter Mike Riddoch.
Stray FM, Minster FM and Yorkshire Coast Radio will join together for a special day of programmes to tell the story of Mick Atkinson who took his own life last year.
DJ and producer Mark Ronson, RnB singer Mabel, Little Mix, pianist Lang Lang, Blossoms and Anne-Marie are all confirmed to perform at the Global Awards on March 7th.
The Total Access evening show, which airs across local radio stations owned by Wireless, is getting a new host as Olivia Jones takes over from Elliot Holman.
Zoe Ball today launched BBC Radio 2’s 500 Words 2019, thanking Chris Evans for creating the feature and running it for the last eight years.
BBC radio and television presenter Dianne Oxberry died after a very short battle with ovarian cancer, her husband Ian has confirmed.
BBC Radio 5 Live breakfast show co-host Nicky Campbell missed his programme Tuesday morning after being taken ill at home and admitted to Salford Royal Hospital.
Welsh language digital station BBC Radio Cymru 2’s is celebrating its first birthday this week with a tour of the country.
Radio 2's Johnnie Walker is taking six weeks off while he recovers from health problems, with Huey Morgan stepping into do the Rock Show and Tom Robinson covering Sounds of the 70s.
Lincs FM played host to twin sister act Ward Thomas in an intimate gig to around 200 listeners this week.
Jacob Rees-Mogg MP is joining the presenting team at LBC to host a new Friday evening show, starting today (18th January).
Chris Evans and his family are appearing in a new marketing campaign for his upcoming Virgin Radio breakfast show.