Ken Bruce has hosted mornings on BBC Radio 2 for more than thirty years, and with the second largest radio audience in Europe, Ken is a bona fide radio legend.
Ken Bruce has taken part in his PopMaster quiz as a contestant and managed to set a new record.
The BBC's latest pop up digital radio station has launched, with BBC Radio 2 Eurovision on air until midnight Sunday night.
Another pop-up station from BBC Radio 2 will broadcast on DAB next month, with the return of Radio 2 Eurovision.
To celebrate Ken Bruce's 30th anniversary on a daily BBC Radio 2 show, his producers organised a surprise call from... Ken Bruce!
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.
Various radio groups and presenters came together for a 12-hour RSL station this week, broadcast live from a tent outside the Radio Festival in Salford.
Radio 1 Controller Ben Cooper failed to think of a single hit by One Direction, when put on the spot live on Radio 2 at the Radio Festival.
Wet Wet Wet will be performing in front of an audience for a one-off exclusive set outside BBC Radio Scotland.
This is what happens when BBC Radio 2 presenters do a lip-sync to Making Your Mind Up.
Live performances from Texas, Simple Minds, Paloma Faith and The Overtones on BBC Radio 2 are part of the BBC at the Quay event this summer.
This is the best radio video you'll watch today! It's the BBC Radio 2 Button of Buffoonery!
The Arqiva Hall of Fame Radio Academy Lunch will see six radio voices inducted into the Hall of Fame.
Radio 2's Ken Bruce and Capital FM's Lisa Snowdon will present the Radio Academy's Arqiva Hall of Fame Lunch at the Savoy in London next month.
BBC Radio 2 has contributed more than £4 million to this year's Children in Need appeal through a series of on-air and off-air fundraising efforts.
BBC Radio 2 presenters have interviewed their personal heroes in a series of podcasts for BBC Children in Need.
BBC Radio 2 morning presenter Ken Bruce has signed a new three-year contract with the station, keeping him there till he's 65.
A new regular feature from The Radio Academy has started today, with Tim Blackmore in conversation with radio legends.
JY returns to Radio 2 for a one-hour special with Ken Bruce.