A special switch-on event has taken place in Telford on Wednesday morning to switch on new DAB transmitters in Wolverhampton & Shropshire.
George Michael knocks Elton John off the top spot for Smooth Radio's listener chart.
Local and regional headlines including great results for Wave 105 and BBC Radio Manchester.
The blunder was picked up by followers and screengrabbed before the Communicorp station deleted it.
Tina will be replacing Anthony Davis who is moving to the USA with his family.
He was back on-air at the station over the weekend, heard hosting Smooth Love Songs on Saturday and Sunday night.
BBC Radio Humberside’s David Burns is broadcasting his mid-morning programme live from Café Indie Pendent in Scunthorpe between 9am and midday
The countdown and switch on moment was broadcast from the school live across the county to listeners on BBC Radio Suffolk.
Smooth Radio North West presenter Darren Parks has surprised the staff of Rainbow House with a cheque for £46,000 from Global’s Make Some Noise.
Russ Williams is leaving Absolute Radio after 23 years at One Golden Square to host a national breakfast show for Global.
Classic FM's Managing Editor Sam Jackson is to take over from Dick Stone at Smooth Radio, in addition to his current duties.
Two radio stations in Bristol are ending broadcasts on AM this week as a transmission site gets redeveloped.
Global has removed rock radio station The Arrow from Sky's EPG and replaced it with Smooth Extra.
The NOW Digital multiplex in Dorset which currently covers Bournemouth and Poole is expanding west today to cover Dorchester and Weymouth.
Danny Pietroni is making the switch from Magic to Smooth Radio to host the late show.
All hold in Suffolk as Ofcom waits to see what happens with DAB before renewing analogue licences for Heart and Smooth.
Radio Yorkshire to lose DAB coverage in Leeds, Sheffield and Hull whilst Heart Yorkshire goes mono in Bradford and Huddersfield.
Global Radio's Heart and Capital stations in the North East - along with Communicorp's Smooth Radio - have begun broadcasting from new studios in Newcastle this week.
A stalwart of the radio industry in the North West of England, Pat Broome, is leaving today after 40 years' service - and just two jobs!
The original frequency used by Radio 210 from its launch in 1976 is no more, after the medium wave transmitter broadcasting Smooth Radio to Reading was turned off this weekend.