BBC Radio 1 has announced that an extra night has been added to the Big Weekend 2019 in Middlesbrough.
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BBC Radio 1 is heading to Middlesbrough to host this year's Big Weekend event, headlined by Miley Cyrus, The 1975 and Little Mix.
BBC Radio 1 and Scott Mills are to host another 24-hour LOLathon in aid of Red Nose Day.
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.
Former BBC presenter Charlie Sloth is joining Beats 1, three months after leaving Radio 1.
Former Radio 1 and BBC Radio Manchester presenter Dianne Oxberry has died aged 51, after recently being diagnosed with cancer.
Kiss breakfast trio Rickie, Melvin and Charlie are leaving Bauer to join BBC Radio 1 as hosts of the new weekday late show from next year.
Nick Grimshaw had to cut an interview with Little Mix short on Monday afternoon after the girls let out two swear words within minutes of each other.
Snoochie Shy is taking over the 1Xtra late-night slot from Monday to Thursday between 11pm and 1am.
BBC Radio 1 and 1Xtra has hired Tiffany Calver to host The Rap Show, as a replacement for the recently departed Charlie Sloth.
Matt Edmondson and Mollie King are taking over the BBC Radio 1 weekend breakfast show, swapping with Dev Griffin and Alice Levine.
ReelWorld is celebrating a busy few months working with BBC Radio 1 on a number of projects, including the breakfast show.
Charlie Sloth will not be returning to BBC Radio 1 after his outburst at the Audio and Production Awards on Thursday night.
Weekend presenter B.Traits has confirmed she is leaving BBC Radio 1 after six years.
BBC Radio 1 and 1Xtra presenter Charlie Sloth is leaving the BBC after 10 years on-air.
Ben Mundy is the new host of BBC Radio 1 Newsbeat presenting both the 1245 and 1745 programmes from Monday to Thursday.
Greg James is making his mark on Breakfast at Radio 1 by doing one of "the stupidest things he could do".
BBC Radio 1's new late indie show with Jack Saunders will be created by Wisebuddah, with Fuzz Chaudhrey hired to produce the nightly programme.
"My name is Greg James and I love radio more than anything else in the whole world."
Radio 1’s Greg James talks to RadioToday’s Stuart Clarkson ahead of starting on the station’s breakfast show.