Emma Barnett and Nick Ferrari are making their Newsnight presenting debuts on BBC television this week.
BBC digital station 1Xtra is having a day of special guests and archive recordings to mark its 15th birthday later this week.
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.
Trevor Dann hears from Radio 4 and 5 live's Jane Garvey about the open letter from more than 40 high profile women demanding action on the BBC gender pay gap.
BBC Music Introducing is to host a new three-day event called Amplify at London's ExCel for all musicians and music obsessives.
Jay-Z, Miley Cyrus, Harry Styles and Pink are among the 21 acts who'll be on Radio 1 during Live Lounge Month.
Speakers from the BBC, Global and audioBoom are among the latest announcements for the Next Radio conference taking place in September.
The commercial radio body says it wants Ofcom to strengthen the proposals in the draft Operating Licence for the BBC.
Radio 2 breakfast host Chris Evans was paid more than £2.2 million by the BBC last year, making him the corporation's highest-earning presenter.
The General Election coverage for BBC Radio will feature a range of debates, comedy and high-profile interviews.
Royal couple make surprise appearance to wish presenter Adele Roberts good luck for her London Marathon run this weekend.
Fifty thousand free tickets to BBC Radio 1's Big Weekend in Hull next month have been snapped up in under an hour.
The BBC has announced five new non-executive directors to its board.
Sarah Sands says it should include humanist views but the BBC says there are no plans to change Thought For The Day.
Local and regional headlines including great results for Wave 105 and BBC Radio Manchester.
The Editor of the London Evening Standard is joining the BBC to oversee Radio 4's Today programme.
Voicetracked programmes have now replaced live night time shows on BBC Radio 2.
BBC Radio 2 has announced that Brian Matthew won't be returning to Sounds of the 60s, after more than two months off due to poor health.
Former Deputy Governor of the Bank of England Sir David Clementi is the new Chair of the BBC.