The BBC has been granted permission for a skeleton production and presentation crew to broadcast live from Worthy Farm this weekend on what would have been Glastonbury’s 50th anniversary celebration.
A new song by Duffy has played on BBC Radio 2 just weeks after the singer explained why she had disappeared from the public eye for several years.
Jo Whiley has revealed the transformative effect exercise has had on her life.
Gary Barlow and Dave Grohl are among the stars who will front programmes on a special pop-up DAB radio station celebrating the 50th anniversary of The Beatles’ Abbey Road album.
Kylie Minogue said she had to work hard not to do “the ugly cry” as she broke down at Glastonbury while recalling how breast cancer once robbed her of a headline slot.
Two thirds of festival-goers say reducing their impact on the environment is their number one priority this summer, new research suggests.
Morrissey has called for an end to “Soviet Britain” following accusations of support for the far-right.
Simon Mayo has said the decision to bring Jo Whiley in as a co-host on his BBC Radio 2 show was the result of “genuine pressure from the top about improving the number of women in daytime”.
Jo Whiley has congratulated her successor Sara Cox on landing BBC Radio 2 Drivetime, saying there is “no funnier presenter”.
Sara Cox has thanked fans for their support after she was confirmed as host of Radio 2’s new Drivetime show following the departure of Simon Mayo.
Sara Cox has been confirmed as the successor to Simon Mayo and Jo Whiley on BBC Radio 2 Drivetime after Mayo announced he would be quitting the station.
Simon Mayo is leaving BBC Radio 2, and the Drivetime show he hosts with Jo Whiley will come to an end.
Zoe Ball has been named favourite to step into Chris Evans’ shoes as the new host of the Radio 2 breakfast show.
BBC Radio 2 DJ Simon Mayo has voiced his discomfort with the corporation’s policy of publishing what its presenters earn.
Simon Mayo has defended Radio 2 from accusations that it is too “male” and “pale” – and suggested his new female co-host will earn the same as him.
Jo Whiley and Simon Mayo will join forces for a new BBC Radio 2 programme that will hit the airwaves from May.
Ed Balls will delve into the fabulous yet increasingly political world of musical theatre for a BBC Radio 2 special as part of the broadcaster’s raft of festive programming.