And it's all thanks to Chris Moyles.
It's not all bad news for the BBC, though.
Chris Moyles (pint not pictured) The former Radio 1 DJ, who is hosting a series of ‘Road Trip’ roadshows for the station
Radio X may be forced to change its name, as Global Radio’s applications to trademark Xfm’s new name have been opposed. READ
Chris Moyles is a bit of a love-him-or-hate-him kind of guy, and that was certainly the sentiments at a recent Courteeners
Edith Bowman has revealed that she was approached by Radio X bosses, ahead of the station’s recent revamp. The channel, previously
Chris Moyles, the once-self proclaimed Saviour of Radio 1, has had an interesting few weeks. When his radio comeback was announced in September, the announcement was almost overshadowed by two tiny words featured in the Radio X's playlist - "male focussed"...
Radio X presenter Chris Moyles has made an unexpected declaration, stating that he considers himself to be a feminist. Moyles
Is chasing a male audience worse than targeting 25 to 45 females, or teenagers, or over 50s (if only there was such a beast in commercial radio!!)? All define their priority audience. It is sensible marketing.
Noel Gallagher momentarily raised our hopes for an Oasis reunion during an interview on Radio X on Monday, only to dash them