Michael Cleere, a presenter on Premier Christian Radio, has died at the age of 57 after a long illness.
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Premier Christian Radio is launching a special week of programming on its afternoon drive time programme Premier Drive, with a quirky look at outer space and Christianity.
Today is the day around a dozen radio stations have launched on the new Sound Digital national DAB multiplex.
Sound Digital has confirmed the full line-up for the new national DAB multiplex, and the official switch-on date.
The first independent audience figures for Premier Christian Radio reveal that 1.3 million people listen every week
Premier Christian Radio has teamed up with Durham Cathedral to become the first ever media partner for the institution.
More than 2,000 guests attended Premier Christian Radio's 20th anniversary celebration at St Paul’s Cathedral in London on Wednesday evening.
Premier Christian Radio is holding a series of election debates in London and inviting listeners to take part.
And on the seventh day, Premier Christian Radio secured a 12 year contract to stay on Digital One.
A Benedictine monk will co-present Premier Christian Radio’s ‘Inspirational Breakfast’ for the six Mondays of Lent.
The negotiations between Arqiva and Premier Christian Radio continue.... in the House of Commons
Premier Christian Radio will broadcast its ‘News Hour’ live from the European Parliament in Strasbourg today.
Premier Christian Radio is welcoming the support of Ed Miliband in its fight to work out a new contract with Arqiva to stay on Digital One.
After five years on Digital One, Premier Christian Radio's carriage contract is up for renewal next week, but the station has not managed to secure space on the multiplex after March 2015.
Eagle's AM licence on 1566 is now broadcasting the programmes of Premier Christian Radio after a sale was agreed on Friday.
Eagle Extra's Format will change to a completely new Character of Service after Ofcom approved a request to allow Christian programming.
A BBC Radio series from the early 1980s is to be re-broadcast by Premier Christian Radio.
Premier Christian Radio is heading to Scotland to broadcast its breakfast show from Edinburgh and Glasgow during the referendum on Scottish independence.
Across the UK, 90% of the population are tuning in to radio, meaning 48.1 million adults listen each week.
Premier Christian Radio has raised over £330,000 through its six day May Radiothon to help keep the station on the air.