Capital XTRA is putting Yinka Bokinni and Shayna Marie Birch-Campbell on weekday breakfast.
Yinka and Shayna Marie will replace Jez Welham, who RadioToday revealed will be leaving the show last week, from September 9th.
Former Heart Kent weekend presenter Claire Lawson is joining kmfm to host two weekend shows.
Claire was on Heart for over a decade but recently left due to the introduction of weekend and breakfast networking.
Four drag queens are taking over BBC Radio Manchester for one day to celebrate Manchester Pride.
From breakfast through to drive time on Wednesday 21 August, some well know drag stars from Greater Manchester will co-host different shows.
IBC2019 is almost here. Between now and then Radio World will conduct several short Q&As with manufacturers about their plans and offerings, to help you get the most out of the big annual trade show. Gustavo Robles is sales director for AEQ.
David Larsen, former PD and morning show co-host at K96.3 Kelowna, will fill the same role at the newly-rebranded Jack 103.1 Victoria.
Rogers has reintroduced the JACK FM format to Vancouver Island.
This September a change is coming to Geelong and the Surf Coast when KRock Geelong welcomes two new faces when Lauren ‘Loggy’ Temuskos will join co-host Tom Lewis on KRock’s “Fresh Daily” breakfast show.
K rock has announced its new Breakfast team, with Lauren ‘Loggy’ Temuskos joining Tom Lewis, replacing the outgoing Sarah Maree who heads to Triple M.
The new lineup for K rock’s ‘Fresh Daily’ Brekky show begins on September 2.
AFTRS Postgraduate Information Evening is a chance to discover how AFTRS Graduate Diploma in Radio, Master of Arts Screen and Master of Arts Screen: Business Leadership are designed to nurture the next generation of visionary screen and broadcast sto
Could a fight between best mates over an Esky lead to murder? Welcome to Blood Territory, Audible.com.au’s free true crime Podcast, by Walkley Award winning Australian journalist and author, Mark Whittaker.
Under the overarching theme “DRM – Smart Radio For All” the DRM Consortium has planned for two interactive sessions at this year’s IBC at Amsterdam to look at the practical implementation of DRM in various parts of the world.