BBC Cymru Wales has appointed former BBC Radio 4 and World Service presenter Felicity Evans as its new Political Editor.
Television personality Carol Vorderman will this weekend join BBC Radio Wales for five weeks to host 'Sunday Morning with…'.
Radio Ceredigion could become an extra transmitter set for national service Nation Radio if Ofcom re-awards current licence to Nation Broadcasting.
Welsh athlete Colin Jackson MBE and his sister, Casualty and Keeping Faith actress Suzanne Packer, are joining BBC Radio Wales for the Summer.
Digital station Radio Cymru 2 has added an afternoon show to its schedule this week to cover the National Eisteddfod in Brecon and Radnorshire.
The latest 10 things I love about you: My decade in radio by Polly James podcast is all about the great women in radio.
Ofcom is to re-advertise the FM commercial radio licence for Ceredigion after the current owner decided not to utilise the fast track re-licensing process.
The final two transmitters forming part of the historic local DAB coverage expansion programme have come into operation.
The latest 10 things I love about you: My decade in radio by Polly James podcast is taking a look at the American radio market.
Episode three of the My Decade in Radio by Polly James podcast is out with Richie Firth and Amy Voce.
Episode 2 of the My Decade in Radio by Polly James podcast is out with special guest Steve Allen off of LBC.
A snap-shot into the professional life of a self-confessed, radio obsessive, host of 'Fighting Talk' on BBC 5 Live, Colin Murray.
Bristol Sound has applied for the re-advertised Bristol licence, saying the current station fails to cater for local tastes and interests.
A catchy jingle, a distinctive zig-zag moustache and children’s TV were keys to the success of CoCompare.com advertising featuring fictional Italian tenor Gio Compario, the man who plays him – Welsh…
Wireless Group is launching nine new permanent regional music radio stations, including three in Scotland on DAB.
BBC Radio Wales presenter, Alan Thompson died in hospital this afternoon after a short illness.
The re-advertised Bristol licence, currently held by Celador, will be challenged by Nation Broadcasting.
Ofcom has said no to a request from MuxCo mid and west Wales to extend its coverage area to include Swansea.
BBC Radio Cymru presenter Tommo has been taken off air while an investigation is held into alleged comments he made on stage at a music festival in Ceredigion.
BBC Radio Cymru 2 is getting ready to launch on DAB Digital Radio in Wales following a trial under the name of Radio Cymru Mwy last year.
Ex-Radio Luxembourg, Capital Gold and Magic jock Shaun Tilley is returning to The Wireless Group's Swansea Sound.
Former BBC Radio 1 and BBC Radio 2 presenter Janice Long is to host a brand new weeknight programme on BBC Radio Wales.
New custom jingles are on-air this week at Nation Radio Wales, produced by Ignite Jingles.
Nation Broadcasting, which operates seven commercial radio stations in Wales, has hired Tony Dowling as Group Development Director.
BBC Wales has appointed Sian Gwynedd as the new Head of Content Production and Richard Thomas as Head of Digital and Marketing.
Colin is currently Editor of General Programmes at BBC Radio Scotland, and he will step into the new role in the New Year.
Steve Austins has announced that he will step down from his role as Editor of BBC Radio Wales later in the Autumn.
Global entertainment reporter Kevin Hughes is taking over drive on Heart in South Wales today.
Nation Hits is rebranding back to its original name Swansea Bay Radio and its parent company is getting a name change too.
Wynne Evans take over the lunchtime show on BBC Radio Wales, whilst former Absolute Radio presenter Vicki Blight joins the station.
Ben Sheppard will become the new host of the Capital North West & North Wales Breakfast show, starting on 4th January.
Tributes have been paid to Welsh broadcaster Sian Pari Huws who has died at the age of 55 from cancer.
BBC Radio Wales is introducing more all-new comedy series featuring Welsh talent.
Communicorp UK is taking Heart North Wales off the Wrexham, Chester and Liverpool multiplex from April 1st.