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 six winners of this year’s BBC Radio 2 500 Words competition were announced from the Tower!
Radio 2's breakfast show presenter has apologised after saying his team was 'on fire' just before a news update on the Grenfell tower block fire.
Chris Evans says the number of entries this year is just incredible.
Dave Berry, Emma Bunton and Simon Mayo are all shortlisted to be named Radio Presenter of the Year.
Chris Evans launched this year’s 500 Words short-story writing competition for children aged between 5 and 13 years of age.
Chris Evans will not host the next season of Top Gear, but will instead concentrate on his BBC Radio 2 breakfast show.
The news was announced by Chris Evans this morning on breakfast, as Madness was also confirmed to perform at the event on September 11th 2016.
Complaints against The Chris Evans Show on BBC Radio 2, for swearing by Jeremy Irons, have not been upheld.
The Chris Evans Breakfast Show on BBC Radio 2 is under Ofcom investigation for the content of a particular show last month.
The BBC has spoken with Chris Evans after he promoted his television show, TFI Friday, on BBC Radio 2 breakfast.
The writing competition returns for the sixth year, and children around the country aged between 5 and 13 years of age are encouraged to send in their stories.
The winners of the BBC Music Awards 2015 have been revealed as part of a show hosted by Chris Evans and Fearne Cotton this evening at the Genting Arena, Birmingham.
BBC Radio 1 and BBC Radio 2 simulcast this morning to announce the venue and acts for the BBC Music Awards 2015.
Chris joined the show after the 7am news after listening to Vanessa on the way in. "That was a nice lie in" he said.
Talking to RadioToday Chris Evans has dismissed claims his upcoming television commitments will mean he doesn't have time to focus on his Radio 2 breakfast show.
BBC Radio 2 lunchtime presenter Jeremy Vine is the first celebrity contestant to be confirmed for the brand new series of BBC One’s Strictly Come Dancing.
Just when we thought Chris Evans had taken on too much, he goes and announces a new series of TFI Friday.
Radio 2 breakfast presenter Chris Evans has been confirmed as the main host of an all-new Top Gear line-up for the BBC TV series.
BBC Radio 2's Chris Evans has confirmed he is recording a Top Gear sequence to 'see how it goes'.