BBC RADIO BLOG

Authors

  1. Editor's note: Aled Haydn Jones produces Chris Moyles' breakfast show on Radio 1 and also presents the station's Sunday evening advice programme The Surgery, helping young people to understand and come to terms with everything from exam stress to depression and divorce since 1999. There's a spec...

    Read more

  2. Radio 1's Live Lounge website contains an archive of 426 sessions dating back to 2007, showing who played when, where and what they played.

    Read more

  3. It's all very well making predictions for the most successful artists of 2012 in January, but with the Christmas break this was never going to be the easiest of tasks. On the up side; interviewing up-and-coming artists about their careers so far, enjoying the passion, the energy and the excit...

    Read more

  4. BBC Radio 3 has just announced that its rich schedule of concerts, operas and recitals will be further enhanced from May 3, 2011 when listeners will be able to hear LIVE broadcasts direct from venues across the UK every weekday evening in Performance on 3. Here, Radio 3 Editor Edward Blakeman of...

    Read more

  5. Spare a thought for the BBC's newish Director of the World Service Peter Horrocks. No sooner has he sat down in his seat in Bush House than his paymaster, the Foreign Office, announces an unprecedented cut of 20 per cent in its funding. No sooner has Mr Horrocks announced the inevitable closur...

    Read more

  6. Editor's note: BBC Radio production staff cover many music awards ceremonies every year. Sometimes they get to visit the lectern themselves - SB. The Country Music Association (CMA) awards have given me many of my most treasured work memories... being transported by golf cart to interview count...

    Read more

  7. BBC Radio 3's Free Thinking Festival 2012, with Mary Robinson, Amos Oz, Antony Beevor, Philippa Gregory, Michael Ignatieff, Kevin Whately, Lee Hall, Polly Toynbee and many more.

    Read more

  8. The Science Explorer from BBC Radio 4 The Radio Festival which was held this week in Salford is the annual event where the Radio Industry gathers both to celebrate what we do and to look at where the Radio world is heading. In his keynote speech the BBC Director General Mark Thompson expla...

    Read more

  9. I've recently returned from a sort of sabbatical. One that involved learning more about the ways mobile technology is an integral part of peoples' daily lives (not just folk in the media). I've learnt that Facebook has been the trigger for some of my new friends to get mobile internet, that pra...

    Read more

  10. The Royal Wedding is tied up, done and dusted... and the music was my highlight. It was emotional, it had some new music (to my ears at least) bringing together hundreds of millions of people all listening and enjoying the same moment together. Whether you attended in person outside the Abbey, B...

    Read more

  11. Editor's note: a brand new 6 Music show that's designed from the ground up to be interactive - it's even named after a hashtag. The nerve centre for NowPlaying @6Music is the show's blog - SB I think it's taken a while for 6 Music to find its niche but now it has really found a sound. You would...

    Read more

  12. Making a mark with Reading + Leeds 2012 was always going to prove a challenge following the grandeur and celebration of the Olympics.

    Read more

  13. Editor's note: Daniel Danker is the BBC Future Media & Technology manager responsible for building the new 'radio and music product'. In this post from the BBC Internet blog, he makes it clear that everything you can currently hear on the radio station web sites and on iPlayer will still be avai...

    Read more

  14. The Listeners’ Archive is one of the key parts of BBC’s broadcasts to mark the 90th anniversary of BBC Radio.

    Read more

  15. Rosie Wainwright from the RPO joins the prison musicians onstage for their final performance Walking into a prison for the first time is a nerve-wracking and intimidating experience. As each heavy door slams behind you, the sense of claustrophobia increases - even in open spaces there's ne...

    Read more

  16. Get those tweets tweeting, and those emails flying, Feedback, the show which airs listener's views and concerns relating to BBC Radio, begins a new series this Friday. Getting your voice heard, as a listener, has never been more important. If you care about radio, make a noise about it. The BBC...

    Read more