Wireless Group has appointed Sarah Henderson into the role of Group Music Scheduler for its local radio stations.
MP Ed Miliband was paid £500 per show when he covered for Jeremy Vine at BBC Radio 2 recently.
A confidential memo about breakfast presenter Vanessa Feltz has been emailed to everyone at BBC Radio London by mistake.
Tony Blackburn has made a special video to commemorate the 50th anniversary of his first radio programme for the BBC, on the Light Programme.
The summer schedule at BBC Sussex and BBC Surrey will include former Gold and Thames Radio presenter Dean Martin.
XS Manchester has hired former BBC Radio Manchester sports commentator Ian Cheeseman.
Rachel Mallendar, Editor of BBC Radio 1 and 1Xtra is leaving the corporation for a new job at HarperCollins.
BBC Radio Cymru says afternoon show presenter Andrew Thomas will return to his show next week following an internal investigation into comments he made at an event.
TV chat show host Trisha Goddard is joining BBC Radio London to host a series of shows over the summer.
Heart Four Counties breakfast show co-presenters Stuart Miles and Katy Hill are leaving the station this Friday.
Myerscough College has awarded its latest Honorary Fellowships to Radio Wave founder John Barnett MBE DL and his wife Danielle.
England and Stoke City striker Peter Crouch is making his radio presenting debut with Radio X, doing two weeks of cover for Gordon Smart.
David Hamilton, one of the original presenters with BBC Radio 1, has released a book all about the golden days of the station.
Former Radio 1 and Radio 2 presenter Janice Long is to become a permanent part of BBC Radio Wales' evening schedule after joining the station for the summer.
Dave Berry's new show on Absolute Radio has been confirmed as afternoon drive.
Jeff Zycinski has announced he's leaving his job as Head of Radio at BBC Scotland early next year.
Former talkRADIO evening show presenter Jonny Gould has left the station less than a year and a half after it launched.
Radio Essex has appointed its Drive Time and former Capital and Heart presenter Chris Brooks as Programme Controller.
Paul Hollingdale, the first presenter on BBC Radio 2 has died at the age of 79.
PY aka Peter Young has stepped down from regular broadcasting after 27 years playing jazz and soul on Jazz FM due to ill health.