BBC Newcastle and BBC Tees late-night presenter Paddy MacDee is moving to weekends only as comic Steffen Peddie takes over the late show full time.
Paddy has been on the late show for 14 years, and with BBC Newcastle for 30 years.
Lee Clayton is joining Wireless in the coming months as Head of talkSPORT.
The role will oversee all programming and drive integration of sports content with teams from across all of the News UK platforms.
The Programme Manager and Head of Production at kmfm has launched his own music production library.
Rob Wills has started Loaded Production Music with audio elements and themes available to download for radio, television and online use.
Chris Evans hosted his breakfast show on BBC Radio 2 this morning from Paul Weller’s studio in Woking.
He was there to announce the singer as the first act confirmed for this year’s line-up for the In Concert series.
Nationwide is joining forces with LBC and Heart to continue the #TogetherAgainstHate campaign.
Created by Wavemaker, this latest part of the campaign will involve three weeks of activity on LBC and Heart starting this week.
Wireless Chief Executive Scott Taunton has told RadioToday that the group has no current plans to put Virgin Radio onto any of its FM licences around the UK, but hasn’t ruled out doing so in the future.