Owen Ryan is leaving Bauer Media, just months after starting his new role as Group Content Director for the Bauer City 1 Network North and Scotland.
Scott Mills will be one of the first people to end a show on Radio 1 and start a show on Radio 2 at the same time.
Rachael Bland, BBC Radio 5 live presenter and co-host of the "You, Me and the Big C" podcast has been told her breast cancer is incurable.
Jim Gellatly has been recruited as a forces broadcaster to present the Breakfast Show on BFBS Scotland.
An emotional goodbye sees the end of Christian O'Connell show on Absolute Radio as he departs for a new job in Australia.
Changes at Bauer Media in Europe will see Paul Keenan, head of Publishing UK, serve as head of the global Radio Business.
Absolute Radio's breakfast show presenter OC has been given a Gold Award from the Radio Academy.
Sun FM held a party for 350 listeners to help celebrate 20 years of Simon Grundy on the breakfast show.
Former Free Radio breakfast presenters Foxy and Giuliano have signed up to a new weekly show together at BBC WM.
Matt Auckland, a well-known presenter and DJ in the Southampton area, has died at the age of 40.
A new Saturday afternoon show co-presented by Early Doors writer and actor Phil Mealey starts this weekend on BBC Radio Manchester.
BBC Radio York presenter Charles White, who is also known as Dr Rock, is celebrating 25 years since he joined the station.
Chris Evans left Wogan House moments before he was due to start his BBC Radio 2 breakfast show today as he learned that his mother just passed away aged 92.
RadioWorks Regional has recently expanded its team in Central Carlisle with a new appointment and an internal promotion.
TV comedy stars Lee and Dean are joining Fix Radio, as the station for builders and tradespeople celebrates its first birthday.
Adelaide’s Fresh 92.7 has appointed former UK radio boss Dave Shearer as the new general manager at the station.
LBC early morning presenter Steve Allen has dedicated an hour of his radio show to sharing stories and memories of Dale Winton.
Former BBC Radio 2 and Radio Trent presenter Dale Winton has died at the age of 62.
Matt Vaughan will be the star of the ITV primetime show Change Your Tune on Sunday 22nd April (This coming Sunday).
Mark Briggs, a commercial radio founder, director, senior manager and consultant has died at the age of 49.
Pete Clough, a former presenter on TLRC's Sunderland station Sun FM has died.
The Sun Sales Director David Wilcox has been appointed as National Sales Director at Wireless Group.
Wave 105 has hired Radio City 2 presenter Tony Shepherd to host the weekday afternoon show, replacing Simon Clarke.
Former Radio Clyde Managing Director and presenter Alex Dickson has died at the age of 82.
Graham Coley, the founder and manager of Takeover Radio in Nottinghamshire, has died after a battle with cancer.
LBC early morning presenter Steve Allen has been found in breach of the Ofcom broadcasting code for comments about the travelling community.
Q Zoo presenter Ryan A is moving from evenings to Q Radio’s drivetime slot with a brand new show entitled the Home Run.
Toby Tarrant is to replace Jack Saunders as presenter of the morning 10am till 1pm show on Radio X.
Louise Redknapp is joining Heart to host two weekend radio programmes across the network.
Spring schedule changes at LBC means British Conservative politician Jacob Rees-Mogg is joining to host a new live phone in and Tom Swarbrick returns for weekend breakfast.
After 11 years at Heart, Luis Clark is leaving Global.
Wireless Group has hired former Century Radio, Capital and GCap executive Jo Bucci as its new Chief Operating Officer.
BBC Asian Network is switching its overnight service from BBC Radio 5 live to BBC Radio 1Xtra between 1am and 6am each night.
Former Capital North East and Radio 1 presenter Scarlett Moffatt is to host the evening show on Monday 2nd April across the Heart network.
Paul Gambaccini's UK tour, aimed at celebrating his 45th working anniversary, has been postponed.
The radio comedy session at this year's Nations and Regions Media Conference at MediaCityUK will include Diona Doherty as one of the panelists.
Sarah Montague is leaving Radio 4's Today Programme, and swapping jobs with Martha Kearney to become the lead presenter of the station's lunchtime news programme, World at One.
Singer-songwriter China Moses is joining Jazz FM from Monday 26th March after a guest appearance on the 2017 Christmas schedule and recently co-hosting the Jazz FM Awards Nominations event.
LBC’s Nick Ferrari has won Best Interview at the IRN Awards 2018 for his questioning of Labour’s Diane Abbott.
Tim Boswell has been announced at the new permanent Editor for BBC Radio Oxford.
Former Smooth Radio London breakfast presenter Andrew Castle is doing his last regular show for the station tonight, as Gary Vincent takes over Sunday's Smooth Sanctuary.
The Executive Editor of The Sun, Dan Wootton, has been given his own show on NewsUK-owned digital station talkRADIO on Sunday afternoons.
BBC Radio 2 travel news presenter Lynn Bowles has announced she's leaving the station at the end of this month after almost two decades.
Dave Berry is taking over the breakfast show on Absolute Radio following the departure of Christian O'Connell.
Christian O'Connell and Dermot O'Leary were the main radio winners at this year's TRIC Awards, winning the Best Radio Programme and Best Radio Personality awards.
Bruno Brookes is to return as a guest on BBC Radio Stoke as part of their 50th birthday celebrations.
Kingdom FM’s Breakfast presenter Vanessa Motion is training to become a bus driver with Stagecoach East Scotland.
Well-known Key 103 newsreader Paul Lockitt is being reunited with Chelsea Norris at BBC Radio Manchester.
Ofcom has started an investigation into the Christian O'Connell Breakfast Show on Absolute Radio 90s.
A number of radio presenters are 'broadcasting from home' during the severe weather conditions, including Bob Harris who's on Radio 2 from his own shed.