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This is a list of events taking place in 2023 relating to radio in the United Kingdom.

Events

January

  • 1 January –
  • 2 January –
  • 3 January –
  • 4 January –
    • Bauer Radio confirms all of Absolute Radio's mediumwave transmitters will be switched off by the end of January, making it exclusively a digital station.[12] The switch-off is expected to take place on 23 January.[13]
    • The Asian Network Takeover returns for a new series, with a new presenter each month.[14]
  • 5 January – Figures released by BBC Sounds show there were 57.7 million listens to its content between 20 December and 2 January.[15]
  • 6 January –
  • 7 January –
    • Former Capital presenter Rob Howard begins presenting weekend Early Breakfast at Heart.[4][5]
    • Trevor Marshall and Rich Smith begin presenting weekend breakfast for Get Radio Oxfordshire.[10]
  • 8 January – Andrew Marr joins Classic FM to present a Sunday morning programme in which he selects some of his favourite pieces of classical music alongside newer releases.[19]
  • 9 January –
    • Phil Williams and OJ Borg confirm Williams is taking over Borg's Sunday night into Monday morning show on Radio 2, with Borg continuing to present four nights a week.[20]
    • Five folk songs about modern folk heroes by artists such as Chris Difford and Thea Gilmore have been created as part of Radio 2's 21st Century Folk project.[21]
    • BBC Asian Network confirms that Nikita Kanda will be its new regular breakfast show presenter, Kanda having presented the programme for the past six months.[22]
    • Ricky Wilson of Kaiser Chiefs joins Virgin Radio to present the weekday drivetime show.[23]
    • Sam Thompson begins presenting Hits Radio's weekday evening show, Hits UK.[24]
    • Hits Radio presenter Jordon Lee takes over weekday early breakfast on Kiss, but continues with his breakfast show on Hits Radio Pride and afternoons on heat radio.[25]
    • Gaydio becomes available on DAB in a further seven UK cities – Glasgow, Edinburgh, Cardiff, Birmingham, Bristol, Leeds and Sheffield.[26]
    • Rock FM is found to be in breach of Ofcom regulations following the broadcast of a pre-recorded voice note from a listener on the 19 October 2022 edition of its breakfast show in which the word "cunt" was heard at the end of the recording. The piece had not been vetted before broadcast.[27]
  • 10 January –
  • 11 January –
    • Bauer Media Audio UK have appointed Lucie Cave to the newly created role of Chief Creative Officer for Podcasts and Commercial Content.[31]
    • Ofcom is reported to be considering a request by community station Cross Counties Radio for it to be allowed to change the number of hours of original content it must provide from 161 hours per week to 70.[32]
    • Sports journalist Martin Samuel joins talkSPORT as a contributor to the breakfast show, and to co-present a weekly programme on Thursday evenings.[33]
  • 13 January –
    • Sam Jackson is appointed as Controller of BBC Radio 3.[34]
    • Ofcom revokes the small-scale DAB licence it awarded to Like DAB Limited for the Scilly Isles after the Like DAB said it would not be able to launch the service by the deadline given to it by Ofcom.[35]
    • BBC Sports broadcaster Jennie Gow announces she has suffered a stroke, affecting her speech.[36]
  • 14 January – Emperor Rosko joins Radio Caroline to present a series of monthly breakfast shows.[37]
  • 17 January – Ken Bruce announces on his Radio 2 show that he will be leaving the network at the end of March. Shortly afterwards, Greatest Hits Radio confirms he will join in April, replacing Mark Goodier on their mid-morning show, and taking the PopMaster quiz with him.[38]
  • 18 January –
    • Following feedback, the BBC have made some changes to their proposals for BBC Local Radio, including those relating to the networking of shows and the pairing of stations.[39] But plans to cut the number of local BBC Introducing programmes from 32 to 11 are met with concern from musicians and those from the music industry who fear it could a negative effect on new acts trying to break through on to the scene.[40]
    • Regency Radio have hired Tommy Boyd to present a show on Sunday nights, with a start date to be confirmed.[41]
    • Fun Kids launches a subscription service titled Fun Kids Podcast+.[42]
  • 19 January – Members of the National Union of Journalists are to hold a consultative ballot on whether to strike over the proposed changes announced for BBC Local Radio.[43]
  • 20 January –
    • At midnight Absolute Radio stops broadcasting on MW.[44] Consequently, Absolute Radio is now a digital-only station.[13]
    • Jack FM teams up with comedian Dom Joly for the last gig of his nationwide tour by sponsoring a show at Oxford’s New Theatre.[45]
    • Dance station Juice FM, launched in December 2022, announces plans to join DAB in North Wales and West Cheshire.[46]
  • 23 January –
  • 24 January –
    • Bristol's Ujima Radio submits a request to Ofcom to change its Key Commitments by broadcasting less non-English output.[52]
    • Ofcom have found Leicester-based Radio2Funky and Takeover Radio, as well as Cumbernauld FM, in breach of their commitments after receiving complaints they were not producing enough original output.[53]
    • BFBS launches its second series of BFBS Esports Live, presented by OJ Borg.[54]
  • 25 January –
    • City University of London announces the launch of the UK's first MA degree in podcasting, along with a Centre of Podcasting Excellence, with the first students scheduled to begin their studies in September 2023.[55]
    • Made in Manchester announces a partnership with Workerbee to generate new content ideas for radio and television.[56]
    • 45 Radio announces that it has hired former Radio 1 presenter Bruno Brookes to present Bruno's Mega Hits on Saturdays and Sundays from midday.[57]
    • Josh Tate, believed to be the UK's youngest newsreader, appears on Matt Chorley's show on Times Radio, where he is invited to read the midday headlines.[58]
  • 30 January –
    • BBC Radio 2 begins its 2023 Radio 2 Piano Room feature, which runs until 24 February, and sees different artists performing with the BBC Concert Orchestra at the Maida Vale Studios. The performances are broadcast live on Ken Bruce's mid-morning show.[59]
    • The Radio Academy holds its inaugural "Last Mondays" event in Central London, a monthly gathering for members of the audio industry featuring guest speakers.[60]
  • January – Signal 1's Stafford and Congleton transmitters switch to broadcasting Greatest Hits Radio, with Signal 1 continuing to broadcast to Stoke-on-Trent.[61]

February

  • 5 February – Radio 2 airs Happy Birthday Tony Blackburn: 80 Poptastic Years to celebrate Tony Blackburn's 80th birthday on 29 January.[62]
  • 11 February – Emma Scott, formerly of Heart and Kerrang!, joins North Derbyshire Radio to present a weekend lunchtime show.[63]
  • 26 February – Edward Adoo presents his final Sunday night show on Three Counties Radio after seven and a half years, having decided a few weeks earlier to leave the station ahead of planned schedule changes.[64]

March

April

  • 3 April –
    • Ken Bruce joins Greatest Hits Radio to present the mid-morning show from 10.00am to 1.00pm. PopMaster the UK's most popular radio quiz also moves to Greatest Hits Radio.[66]
    • Bauer Radio rebrands Clyde 2, Forth 2, MFR 2, Northsound 2, Tay 2, West Sound in Ayrshire, and West Sound in Dumfries & Galloway as Greatest Hits Radio, bringing its Scottish stations under the Greatest Hits banner alongside those in England and Wales.[67]
  • April –

May

  • 1 May – Lucy Thomas joins Bauer Media as their new Chief Financial and Operating Officer.[69]

June

July

  • 1 July – To coincide with the 30th anniversary of the launch of the now defunct Radio Maldwyn, a get-together is organised is organised by former Drivetime presenter Ashley Owen for those involved with the station to celebrate the occasion.[70]

August

September

  • September – The 2023 Make a Difference Awards are held at a series of events in conjunction with BBC Local Radio.[71]

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BBC Radio 2

BBC Radio 2

BBC Radio 2 is a British national radio station owned and operated by the BBC. It is the most popular station in the United Kingdom with over 15 million weekly listeners. Since launching in 1967, the station broadcasts a wide range of content. The Radio 2 about page says: "With a repertoire covering more than 40 years, Radio 2 plays the widest selection of music on the radio—from classic and mainstream pop to a specialist portfolio including classical, country, folk, jazz, soul, rock 'n' roll, gospel and blues."

Damian Lewis

Damian Lewis

Damian Watcyn Lewis is an English actor, presenter and producer. He is best known for portraying U.S. Army Major Richard Winters in the HBO miniseries Band of Brothers, which earned him a Golden Globe nomination. He also portrayed U.S. Marine Gunnery Sergeant Nicholas Brody in the Showtime series Homeland, which earned him a Primetime Emmy Award and a Golden Globe Award. His performance as Henry VIII of England in Wolf Hall earned him his third Primetime Emmy nomination and fourth Golden Globe nomination. He portrayed Bobby Axelrod in the Showtime series Billions in the first five seasons and appeared in Once Upon a Time in Hollywood (2019) as actor Steve McQueen.

Charlie Higson

Charlie Higson

Charles Murray Higson is an English actor, comedian, author and former singer. He has also written and produced for television and is the author of the Enemy book series, as well as the first five novels in the Young Bond series.

Blue Peter

Blue Peter

Blue Peter is a British children's television entertainment programme created by John Hunter Blair. It is the longest-running children's TV show in the world, having been broadcast since October 1958. It was broadcast primarily from BBC Television Centre in London until September 2011, when the programme moved to dock10 studios at MediaCityUK in Salford, Greater Manchester. It is currently shown live on the CBBC television channel on Fridays at 5pm. The show is also repeated on Saturdays at 11:30am, Sundays at 9:00am and a BSL version is shown on Tuesdays at 2:00pm.

Adil Ray

Adil Ray

Adil Ray is a British actor, comedian and radio/television presenter. Ray stars in the BBC One comedy Citizen Khan, which he created and co-writes, as well as presenting on various BBC radio stations. He is also a presenter on ITV's Good Morning Britain, and has played the role of Sadiq Nawaz in the Channel 4 drama series Ackley Bridge. In 2021 he presented the revival of the British game show Lingo.

Community Media Association

Community Media Association

The Community Media Association (CMA) is the UK membership association for community broadcasting. Founded in 1983 as the Community Radio Association, the name of the organisation was changed in 1997 to the Community Media Association (CMA) to reflect the growing convergence of digital communications. The CMA is a non-profit making organisation, supporting Community Radio and Television and community-based Internet projects. Its mission is to enable people to establish and develop communications media for cultural and creative expression, community development and entertainment.

BBC Radio 1Xtra

BBC Radio 1Xtra

BBC Radio 1Xtra is a British digital radio station owned and operated by the BBC. It broadcasts black music and urban music, including hip hop and R&B and is a sister station to Radio 1. Launching at 18:00 on 16 August 2002, it had been code named "Network X" during the consultation period. At the time, the station was listed as "1 Xtra BBC" on many electronic programming guides. The station broadcasts from the 8th floor of Broadcasting House, shared with Radio 1 and the Asian Network.

Capital (radio network)

Capital (radio network)

Capital is a network of twelve independent contemporary hit radio stations in the United Kingdom, broadcasting a mix of local and networked programming. Nine of the stations are owned and operated by Global Media & Entertainment, while the other three are owned and operated under separate franchise agreements.

Jack FM (United Kingdom)

Jack FM (United Kingdom)

JACK FM is an adult hits format radio station that broadcasts on 106.8 MHz FM in Oxford, Oxfordshire, United Kingdom, and on DAB in Oxfordshire. Between 2016 and 2017 it also broadcast in Surrey and parts of Hampshire. The station shares premises in Eynsham, Oxfordshire, with its sister stations JACK 2 and JACK 3.

Bauer Media Audio UK

Bauer Media Audio UK

Bauer Media Audio UK is a UK-based radio division of the Bauer Media Group.

Absolute Radio

Absolute Radio

Absolute Radio is a British National radio station owned and operated by Bauer as part of the Absolute Radio Network. It broadcasts nationally across the UK via digital audio broadcasting and was on 1215 kHz MW until the closure of medium wave transmissions on 20 January 2023.

BBC Sounds

BBC Sounds

BBC Sounds is a walled garden streaming media and audio download service from the BBC that includes live radio broadcasts, audio on demand, and podcasts. The service is available on a wide range of devices, including mobile phones and tablets, personal computers, cars, and smart televisions. Media delivered to UK-based listeners does not feature commercial advertising.

Station debuts

Terrestrial

Online

  • 19 January – Jonny Gould's Jewish State Podcast Radio[72][73]

Small-scale multiplex switch-ons

Closing this year

Programme debuts

  • Dance Britannia, a six part series charting the history of British dance music presented by Sister Bliss on Kisstory.[74]
  • January – Uplifting Classics with Dr Alex George, a six week series on Classic FM[75]
  • 22 January – Zhenya Shkil (Ukrainian language programme) on Radio Bath[76]
  • 23 January – Buried, a ten-part series investigating the secret dumping of a million tons of waste in Northern Ireland, on BBC Radio 4[77]

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Changes of network affiliation

Show Moved from Moved to
Ken Bruce's show and PopMaster BBC Radio 2 Greatest Hits Radio

Continuing radio programmes

1940s

1950s

1960s

1970s

1980s

1990s

2000s

2010s

2020s

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Desert Island Discs

Desert Island Discs

Desert Island Discs is a radio programme broadcast on BBC Radio 4. It was first broadcast on the BBC Forces Programme on 29 January 1942.

Book at Bedtime

Book at Bedtime

Book at Bedtime is a long-running radio programme that is broadcast on BBC Radio 4 each weekday evening between 22.45 and 23.00.

Pick of the Pops

Pick of the Pops

Pick of the Pops is a long-running BBC Radio program originally based on the Top 20 from the UK Singles Chart and first broadcast on the BBC Light Programme on 4 October 1955. It transferred to BBC Radio 1 from 1967 to 1972. The show was revived for six years in 1989 and its current production run started on BBC Radio 2 in 1997. It is currently hosted by Paul Gambaccini.

Farming Today

Farming Today

Farming Today is a radio programme about food, farming, and the countryside broadcast on BBC Radio 4 in the United Kingdom.

In Touch (radio series)

In Touch (radio series)

In Touch is a programme on BBC Radio 4 airing "news, views and information for people who are blind or partially sighted".

Just a Minute

Just a Minute

Just a Minute is a BBC Radio 4 radio comedy panel game, hosted by Sue Perkins since 2021. For more than 50 years, with a few exceptions, the programme was hosted by Nicholas Parsons. Throughout that time, Parsons appeared on nearly every show, occasionally as a panellist rather than as chairman. Following Parsons' death in 2020, Perkins assumed the host's chair permanently, starting with the 87th series. Just a Minute was first transmitted on Radio 4 on 22 December 1967, three months after the station's launch. The programme won a Gold Sony Radio Academy Award in 2003.

PM (BBC Radio 4)

PM (BBC Radio 4)

PM, sometimes referred to as the PM programme to avoid ambiguity, is BBC Radio 4's long-running early evening news and current affairs programme. It is currently presented by Evan Davis and Carolyn Quinn and produced by BBC News.

Start the Week

Start the Week

Start the Week is a discussion programme broadcast on BBC Radio 4 which began in April 1970. The current presenter is the former BBC political editor and the BBC's former political Sunday morning presenter Andrew Marr. The previous regular presenters were Richard Baker, Russell Harty, Melvyn Bragg and Jeremy Paxman.

I'm Sorry I Haven't a Clue

I'm Sorry I Haven't a Clue

I'm Sorry I Haven't a Clue is a BBC radio comedy panel game. Billed as "the antidote to panel games", it consists of two teams of two comedians being given "silly things to do" by a chairman. The show was launched in April 1972 as a parody of radio and TV panel games, and has been broadcast since on BBC Radio 4 and the BBC World Service, with repeats aired on BBC Radio 4 Extra and, in the 1980s and 1990s, on BBC Radio 2. The 50th series was broadcast in November and December 2007.

Good Morning Scotland

Good Morning Scotland

Good Morning Scotland is a Scottish breakfast radio news programme. It is broadcast on BBC Radio Scotland weekdays from 06:00 to 09:00. Established in 1973, it is the longest-running radio show broadcast from Scotland and remains one of the most popular. Weekend editions, broadcast between 08:00 and 10:00, were introduced in early 2015.

Newsbeat

Newsbeat

Newsbeat is the BBC's radio news programme broadcast on Radio 1, 1Xtra and Asian Network. Newsbeat is produced by BBC News but differs from the BBC's other news programmes in its remit to provide news tailored for a specifically younger audience of teenagers and early twenties.

File on 4

File on 4

File on 4 is a current-affairs radio programme produced by BBC News and broadcast on BBC Radio 4. First broadcast from Manchester in 1977, it is produced in Salford by the BBC's Radio Current Affairs department. It has won more than forty awards, including a gold Sony Radio Award in 2003.

Ending this year

Deaths

  • 4 January – Aled Glynne Davies, 65, broadcaster and former editor of BBC Radio Cymru) (went missing on 31 December 2022, body found on date)[78]
  • 24 January – Phil Dawson, 77, founder and director of Fantasy Radio, as well as breakfast show presenter (death reported on date)[79]

Source: "2023 in British radio", Wikipedia, Wikimedia Foundation, (2023, January 27th), https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/2023_in_British_radio.

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