The first set of speakers have been announced for Radiodays Europe 2018 and include the BBC's Director of Radio and Music, Bob Shennan.
Speech by Bob Shennan, Director of Radio and Music to the Radiodays Europe conference on Monday 20 March 2017.
Bob Shennan will be sharing his vision of BBC Radio in the 21st Century as he takes part in a keynote Q&A.
BBC local radio stations are searching for the UK's most iconic musicians and venues as part of BBC Music Day 2017.
The new BBC Director of Radio Bob Shennan is lined up for a session at the next Radiodays Europe event in Paris.
"I decided not to create a Controller position because my role is slightly different from previous directors of Radio; I won’t be on the BBC’s Executive Board and as a result I expect to be able to…
"Kenny Everett was the greatest radio presenter of my lifetime. The Beatles were the greatest group. I hope that when we put them together the result is at least good!"
Ben Cooper will run the BBC Asian Network in addition to Radio 1 & 1 Xtra, as Bob Shennan moves to Director of Radio and Music from today.
Bob Shennan will become the new BBC Director of Radio from next month, looking after day-to-day running of the corporation's network radio stations.
Asian Network to go 24/7 and hire four new presenters, as Murtz and Sanjay Sharma leave the station.
Chris Evans will kick off the event on BBC Radio 2 and BBC One on Friday June 26th.
This year's BBC Radio 2 Folk Awards was hosted by Mark Radcliffe and Gaelic singer Julie Fowlis.
The judging panel includes Sir Peter Blake and Radio 2 Arts Show presenter Claudia Winkleman.
Her Royal Highness, The Duchess of Cornwall, is supporting BBC Radio 2's annual writing competition 500 Words.
Radio 1 and Radio 2 are to unite with BBC One for the inaugural BBC Music Awards, with the two radio stations joining together for the event.
BBC Radio 6 Music has increased listening by 15% to a record of almost two million listeners.
Tonight's John Peel Lecture with Iggy Pop, part of the Radio Festival 2014, will be broadcast live on BBC 6 Music.
Sheila Tracy, famous for being the first woman to read the news on BBC Radio 4, has died.
BBC Radio 2 controller Bob Shennan has explained his decision to cut Alex Lester's overnight show on a recent blog.
BBC Radio 1 and BBC Radio 2 are to help promote and support a new Awards supporting young British talent later this year.