Chris Evans left Wogan House moments before he was due to start his BBC Radio 2 breakfast show today as he learned that his mother just passed away aged 92.
BBC Radio 2 breakfast presenter Chris Evans has bought a Land Rover car for Lynn Bowles as a leaving present.
Chris Evans launched this year’s 500 WORDS short-story writing competition on his Radio 2 Breakfast Show today.
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.
Chris Evans launched this year’s 500 Words short-story writing competition for children aged between 5 and 13 years of age.
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.
BBC Radio 4 Extra is now the UK's biggest digital-only radio station after adding more than half a million weekly listeners in the last 12 months.
Former Top Gear presenter Jeremy Clarkson will give his first radio interview since leaving the BBC in March to Radio 2's Chris Evans Breakfast Show this week.
Richard Bacon is returning to BBC national radio with a week over covering Drivetime on BBC Radio 2 next week.
He tweeted: "I can categorically say I am not and will NEVER be running for office. Pls discount my candidacy."
Chris Evans has won the TRIC award for Digital Radio Personality, beating BBC colleagues Fearne Cotton and Nicky Campbell to the title.
Evans almost returned to hosting a breakfast show from BBC Radio 1 this morning but was saved by the bell!
BBC Radio 6 Music has become the first digital-only station to reach two million listeners in the latest RAJAR.
A digital extension to BBC Radio 2 will launch in March playing nothing but country music.
Ben Cooper, Ashley Tabor and Chris Evans are just some of the radio related people making the Debrett’s 500 list for 2015.
Chris Evans was 30 minutes late for his breakfast show - the biggest show on UK radio - this morning, meaning Vanessa Feltz had to say on an extra half hour.
Her Royal Highness, The Duchess of Cornwall, is supporting BBC Radio 2's annual writing competition 500 Words.