BBC Radio 2 Sounds of the 80s presenter Sara Cox is to host her first club night playing nothing but 80s music.
BBC Entertainment has commissioned Love In The Countryside for BBC Two, a new show about finding love, hosted by Sara Cox.
Sara Cox has been dancing for 24 hours to 80s music at Wogan House to raise money for Comic Relief.
Scott Mills is to host a one-off show on BBC Radio 2 as part of Sara Cox's Sounds of the 80s Danceathon.
Radio 2 presenter will dance to 80s songs non-stop for charity on 20th March.
A show for TV lovers is starting daily on the BBC at the end of the month, presented by Heart's Emma Bunton, BBC Radio 2's Sara Cox and Classic FM Aled Jones, along with Radio 4 regular Rufus Hound.
Richard Bacon is returning to BBC national radio with a week over covering Drivetime on BBC Radio 2 next week.
Two programmes looking back at the life and times of Culture Club’s Boy George and Nile Rodgers of Chic fame will broadcast on Radio 2 in the next few weeks.
Another pop-up station from BBC Radio 2 will broadcast on DAB next month, with the return of Radio 2 Eurovision.
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.
This is what happens when BBC Radio 2 presenters do a lip-sync to Making Your Mind Up.
A survey of 2000 UK adults to find out the nation’s favourite car entertainment has voted Nick Grimshaw as the most annoying DJ.
After 14 and a half years at BBC Radio 1, Sara Cox is hosting her last ever show on the network today, with a number of other radio presenters and special guests appearing.
A brand new show playing nothing but 80s music is starting on BBC Radio 2 next month, giving Sara Cox a regular slot on the station.
Vernon Kay and Reggie Yates are to leave Radio 1 as part of major changes to the station's weekend schedule. (more…)
Mornings on BBC Radio 1 will have a distinctly northern feel once Fearne Cotton takes maternity leave, as Sara Cox covers her show. (more…)
Ex-radio hosts Ranvir Singh and Matt Barbet move to ITV's breakfast slot.
Radio 1 and 2 presenter fronts Tesco campaign to honour best mums.