Former Radio 1 and BBC Radio Manchester presenter Dianne Oxberry has died aged 51, after recently being diagnosed with cancer.
Dame June Whitfield, who started her broadcasting career in the 1950s on the radio, has died at the age of 93.
Gavin Ford, a British radio presenter who has been at Radio One in Lebanon for the last 20 years, has died.
Former Radio City, Signal and Wish FM breakfast presenter Neal Atkinson has died after a long illness.
Former Capital FM and Jazz FM presenter Peter Young, known affectionately as PY, has died from diabetes.
Former Radio 1 presenter, Duncan Johnson, also well known on pirate stations Radio London and Radio Northsea, has died at the age of 80.
Bauer programmer Brian Paige has died after a battle with cancer.
Mark Briggs, a commercial radio founder, director, senior manager and consultant has died at the age of 49.
Pete Clough, a former presenter on TLRC's Sunderland station Sun FM has died.
Former Radio Clyde Managing Director and presenter Alex Dickson has died at the age of 82.
Former Mercia, SAGA, Smooth Radio and BBC radio presenter Jeff Harris has died.
BBC WM is paying tribute to one of its most famous presenters today as Ed Doolan died this morning at the age of 76.
Former Essex Radio, Melody Radio and Primetime Radio presenter Dave Gillbee has passed away at the age of 75.
Tributes have been made across the radio industry for current BFBS Content Manager Simon Nicks who passed away on Monday morning.
After appearing on-air just a few weeks ago to announce his diagnosis, Andy Potter has died from cancer.
Stephen hosted his last radio show at BBC Three Counties Radio in December 2015.
He worked for BBC Radio 4 for 13 years, having first joined the BBC as a World Service trainee studio manager.
Former Radio Luxembourg, Capital, Atlantic 252 and Radio 1 presenter and programmer Jeff Graham has died.
Tributes have been paid to former Piccadilly Radio sports commentator Tom Tyrrell.
Popular BBC Radio 4 PM presenter Brian Widlake has died at the age of 85 at his home in Wiltshire after a short illness.