Two minutes of dead air followed the live failure of the York Minster organ on BBC Radio 3 this week.
Welsh athlete Colin Jackson MBE and his sister, Casualty and Keeping Faith actress Suzanne Packer, are joining BBC Radio Wales for the Summer.
Wireless Group station Signal 1 has announced a massive promotional marketing campaign as it gives away a £10,000 prize fund.
Ofcom has investigated after a complainant said Norfolk-based UKRD station KLFM referenced some local businesses during its news bulletins on Valentine’s Day.
Stuart Pearce leads the pundits for talkSPORT while Robbie Savage will host a daily breakfast show slot on 5 live during the tournament.
AM and digital station Love Sport Radio has announced a partnership with the London Nocturne cycling event later this month.
Nick Grimshaw is coming off the Radio 1 breakfast show after six years to host drivetime in a direct swap with Greg James.
Bauer's new national station Hits Radio has created a shortlist of 5 songs for listeners to choose which should be the first track played on 6am next Monday.
Digital station Radio Cymru 2 has added an afternoon show to its schedule this week to cover the National Eisteddfod in Brecon and Radnorshire.
UKRD station Spirit FM in Chichester has hit its £50,000 target to raise money for a local man with disabilities after listeners donated more than £7,000 on Local Radio Day last week.
Woman’s Hour is launching its fifth Power List, opening up nominations for the most powerful women currently working in the music industry.
The UK’s Naval Support Facility in Bahrain now has its own radio station, as Forces Radio BFBS Middle East goes on air for the first time across the base.
The BBC has secured radio commentary rights to the ICC Cricket World Cup 2019 for BBC Radio 5 live Sports Extra and Radio 4 LW.
6 Music is celebrating women’s voices with Hear Her Day, part of a BBC-wide season marking 100 years since women won the vote.
For the first time ever, BBC Radio 2 is heading to the White Isle to celebrate the dance music of the 80s, 90s and 00s.
Leeds based Fever FM has had a request to change its key commitments approved by Ofcom following a public consultation.
Listeners to Bauer radio stations have raised £710,199 for Superhero Day 2018 - a 25% uplift from last year.
BBC Radio Lancashire is dedicated some of its weekend programmes to the National Festival of Making taking place in Blackburn.
Key 103 is set to commemorate one year since the tragic arena attack that took the lives of twenty-three people with a special programme on May 22nd.
New Deezer Jazz Stories offers exclusive music playlists with added commentary produced and curated by Jazz FM about five iconic jazz labels within Sony, Warner and Universal.
BBC Sussex is to be the official radio partner for England’s largest annual, curated multi-arts festival - The Brighton Festival.
The first Alexa skills built specifically for kids are now live in the UK and the children's radio station Fun Kids is a launch partner.
Capital’s Summertime Ball is returning this June, when dozens of artists will perform live in front of more than 80,000 Capital listeners at London’s Wembley Stadium.
Jazz FM is providing an extra stream and exclusive content for listeners to hear the Jazz FM Awards event and build-up on Monday evening.
Immingham’s Mayor, Councillor Stewart Swinburn has been given a DAB radio set by Compass FM because he struggles to pick up the FM signal.
Bridge FM, Swansea Bay Radio, Radio Carmarthenshire, Radio Pembrokeshire and Radio Ceredigion are back onboard for this year’s Local Radio Day.
Listeners to BBC Radio 2 on Tuesday night might have been confused to hear Jeremy Vine hosting a 30-minute show at 10pm.
Three of Northern Ireland’s popular chefs have joined forces to support the flagship event for Q Radio’s inaugural Radiothon, the Big Brunch.
The Cash for Kids Superhero Day, broadcast on 22 Bauer radio stations across the UK, is making a comeback on May 4th.
Professor Margaret MacMillan is going on tour recording her Reith Lectures - entitled The Mark of Cain - this June, beginning in London and concluding in Canada.
The Queen's 92nd Birthday party on Saturday evening will be broadcast live on BBC Radio 2 and BBC One.
BBC Radio Leicester is opening its doors to listeners to come and watch the return of the Six O’clock Show, the BBC’s first Asian radio show broadcast in English.
talkSPORT has won the cricket audio rights for England's major upcoming overseas tours.
Surrey and Hampshire's Eagle Radio has launched a new digital station called 'Eagle 80s'.
OJ Borg's new overnight show on BBC Radio 2 will be broadcast live from MediaCityUK by Audio Always and produced by Jordan Hemingway and Dan Markham.
BBC Somerset is marking 30 years of broadcasting with extra programmes and all 80s music today, Wednesday 11 April.
Fridays will be part of the weekend schedule at BBC Radio 1, as Nick Grimshaw goes four days a week and Scott Mills takes over the Official Chart Show from June.
BBC Radio Manchester will mark the first year anniversary of the Manchester Arena attack by broadcasting all day live from the centre of Manchester.
JACKfm and Union JACK have spent two and a half days broadcasting live from Helen & Douglas House in a 31-hour Radiothon.
BBC Radio 5 live will be the only radio station in the UK offering live coverage of this year’s Commonwealth Games from Gold Coast City, Australia.
Radio Caroline has been added to the Small Scale DAB multiplex in London.
BBC Asian Network is switching its overnight service from BBC Radio 5 live to BBC Radio 1Xtra between 1am and 6am each night.
BBC Radio 3 is refreshing its programmes and presenters with a new After Dark zone and changes to its weekend programmes.
Classic FM presenters Myleene Klass and Alexander Armstrong have been announced as the presenters for this year's Classic BRIT Awards, taking place in June at the Royal Albert Hall.
BBC Radio 5 live has begun a new podcast about weather, hosted by weather presenters Simon King and Clare Nasir.
Sports and news station Love Sport Radio has had its official launch this morning on digital radio and 558 MW across London.
North East station Rathergood Radio has been found in breach of its licence by Ofcom for failing to provide a service from two FM transmitters for two months.
Dave Berry is taking over the breakfast show on Absolute Radio following the departure of Christian O'Connell.
Britain's Got Talent contestant Calum Scott is returning home to hull for a performance with KCFM.
John Gillmore, BBC Radio Lancashire's afternoon presenter is to be jailed and bailed to raise money for charity.