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.
Lewis Carnie spoke of the broadcaster's remarkable 70-year career at his funeral in Perth.
Jason Carter is leaving the BBC to join Amazon, nearly 20 years after first joining Radio 1.
Voicetracked programmes have now replaced live night time shows on BBC Radio 2.
BBC Radio 2 has announced that Brian Matthew won't be returning to Sounds of the 60s, after more than two months off due to poor health.
Bob Shennan will become the new BBC Director of Radio from next month, looking after day-to-day running of the corporation's network radio stations.
Tony Blackburn is returning to Radio 2 and BBC Local Radio, less than a year after being sacked from all his BBC programmes.
Five new custom jingle themes are starting to appear on Belgium's biggest radio station, Radio 2, this week.
UAE: Radio 1 and Radio 2, owned by Gulf News Broadcasting, have both closed down with immediate effect.
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 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.
BBC Radio's former Head of Technology, Rupert Brun, was given a Gold Award at this week's BBC Radio Awards held at New Broadcasting House.
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.
BBC Music, the new brand for music across the corporation, has launched with TV and radio outlets simulcasting a special new charity recording of the Beach Boys song God Only Knows.
The former BBC radio announcer James Alexander Gordon, who read the classified football results for 40 years, has died.
Jonathan Ross is to re-join BBC Radio 2 for an initial run of four shows later this month - his first time back on air at the BBC in four years.
Long-serving Radio 2 travel news reporter Sally Boazman is moving to weekends after 15 years working Monday to Friday.
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.
A former producer and programme editor for BBC Radios 2, 3 and 4, is to take over as the corporation's Director of Strategy
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