Diversity in radio has been slow to come because it has not been a priority for a number of organisations, according to the chief operating officer of BBC Radio.
Women, ethnic minorities and people with disabilities are still under-represented at a senior level in UK radio, according to a report by Ofcom.
Two of Dundee’s best-known music exports are set to host their own radio shows from the city.
Rita Ora looked every inch the pop star as she took to the stage at BBC Radio 1’s Big Weekend in a striking pink bodysuit.
Radio station Heart has announced a new line-up of regional drivetime shows.
Police are reviewing an allegation made about the tweet that resulted in DJ Danny Baker losing his job.
Danny Baker has said he wants to “formally apologise for the outrage I caused” following “one of the worst days of my life”.
The Archers’ Tim Bentinck has said it was a privilege to work with his late co-star Edward Kelsey, who he said gave an “object lesson in great radio acting”.
DC Thomson Media has today confirmed the acquisition of two of Scotland’s biggest commercial radio stations, Kingdom FM and Original 106.
Una Healy will have a show on the UK’s first national country music radio station.
The decision of Global to cut many regional radio shows has been branded a “travesty” by shadow culture secretary Tom Watson.
Pause For Thought’s Reverend Ruth Scott, a familiar voice on Radio 2 since the days of Sir Terry Wogan, has died aged 60 after suffering from cancer.
Keeping Faith star Eve Myles has been honoured by the BBC for her work on a radio drama exploring the emotional and physical challenges of late-pregnancy termination.
Music streaming provider Deezer has launched a free radio app to compete with the likes of BBC Sounds and Spotify which aims to offer a unique seamless listening experience.
Broadcaster Moira Stuart has joined Classic FM as a new presenter.
Radio station LBC has been warned that it could face sanctions if it continues to breach broadcasting regulations with “offensive content”.
Laura Whitmore will be exploring the subject of religion as part of BBC radio’s Christmas line-up.
Streaming giants have “set their sights on radio”, the BBC’s director of radio and music has said.
The BBC will keep using FM radio for the foreseeable future, rather than switching services entirely to digital.