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Professor Green is a patron of suicide prevention charity CALM and has been a longstanding supporter of the Heads Together campaign.

Ahead of its planned launch in summer, the schedule has been revealed for News UK's recently-announced news and talk station, Times Radio.

UK broadcasters have been warned that they'll face sanctions from Ofcom if they give airtime to false health advice about coronavirus.

Theo Usherwood, Political Editor of LBC Radio, has been hospitalised with pneumonia and is suspected to have Covid-19.

Director-General Tony Hall said: “As the national broadcaster, the BBC has a special role to play at this time of national need."

BBC Radio London is making some changes to its late night, early morning and Sunday line-up.

Shares have soared in podcasting platform Audioboom after it confirmed that it was up for sale.

Dotun replaces Rhod Sharp, who has been with the station since its launch in 1994 but announced he was standing down last year.

Radio continues to reach huge audiences across the UK with around nine out of 10 people (87.5%) still listening every week, despite intense competition and changes in listening habits.

Both the new podcast and newsletter will be accompanied by a comprehensive marketing campaign aimed at increasing readership and subscribers to the London-based global news outlet.

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