Created by Wavemaker, this latest part of the campaign will involve three weeks of activity on LBC and Heart starting this week.
Heart has updated its station sound with a jingle and imaging re-fresh created by the team at ReelWorld in Salford.
Heart has a new television commercial encouraging viewers to listen across the UK.
Comedian Ellie Taylor and author Anna Whitehouse are to host a brand new Sunday night show on Heart.
Heart weekend presenters Stephen Mulhern & Emma Willis are taking a break from the network over the summer.
There's a new breakfast show on Heart Gloucestershire this week with Myles Galloway taking over from Warren Moore.
Elise Evans has taken over the Heart West Midlands Drivetime show from Steve Denyer, who has left the station.
As Key 103 becomes Hits Radio, other stations in the Manchester market are using the opportunity to entice new listeners to try them out.
Heart has overtaken BBC Radio 1 in terms of weekly reach for the very first time - making it the first commercial radio brand to ever have more listeners than the historic BBC station.
Louise Redknapp is joining Heart to host two weekend radio programmes across the network.
After 11 years at Heart, Luis Clark is leaving Global.
Former Capital North East and Radio 1 presenter Scarlett Moffatt is to host the evening show on Monday 2nd April across the Heart network.
The line-ups have been confirmed for Global's newest stations - Heart North Lancashire & Cumbria, and Smooth Lake District - which launched today.
Appearing at the first ever Global Awards in London, grime artist Stormzy gave a big up to Magic - which is owned by rival radio group Bauer Media.
The former owner of The Bay and Lakeland Radio, CN Group, has been bought by Newsquest Media Group.
Rochelle Humes is to host a weekly show on Heart across the network, starting this Saturday.
Heart will be making a few schedule changes in the new year, including Jason Donovan and Mark Wright coming off the schedule.
Global has today launched a new Global Player for Apple devices complete with dozens of brand new radio services.
Global has replaced Gary Stein by adding the role of Heart Managing Editor to James Rea's responsibilities.
Heart London Managing Editor Gary Stein is leaving Global, after four years, to return to the North of England.