How To Listen
Joel Stewart with The Chill Zone
11:00pm - 2:00am
Take it easy and chill into Sunday
Seahaven Overnight Selection with Hits from the last 8 Decades
2:00am - 7:00am
The Greatest Hits From The Last Eight Decades
Reg Dove with Weekend Breakfast
7:00am - 10:00am
Your Weekend Wake Up!
Kevin Green with The Weekend Morning Show
10:00am - 1:00pm
Keep the Weekend Moving Forward
Top Stories from Sky News
Man, 61, arrested on suspicion of murder after woman's body found in marina
A man has been arrested on suspicion of murder after a woman's body was found in a marina in Reading, Thames Valley Police have said.
Braverman 'committed' to legal requirement for professionals working with children to report sex abuse
The Home Secretary has announced people working with children in England will have a new legal duty to report "signs or suspicions" of child sex abuse.
Frank Skinner breaks down in tears on live radio as he reveals friend's fight for life
Frank Skinner broke down in tears live on his radio show as he told listeners that his former co-host Gareth Richards is fighting for his life after a crash.
'Absolute carnage': Passengers stranded for hours at Port of Dover as 'critical incident' declared
Passengers have told of their ordeal after being stranded for hours at the Port of Dover as delays triggered a "critical incident".
Three British men being held in Taliban custody
Three British men are being held in Taliban custody in Afghanistan - including so-called "danger tourist" Miles Routledge who returned to the country after being evacuated by British armed forces less than two years ago.
Evacuation after chemical leak at pool part-owned by Olympians
Two people have suffered breathing difficulties after a chemical leak at a swimming pool part-owned by former Olympic champion Rebecca Adlington.
Schools, councils and police stations to receive portrait of King – at cost of £8m to taxpayer
Public bodies such as schools, local councils, police and fire stations will soon be eligible for a free portrait of the King.
Man dies after white collar boxing match
A man has died after he was seriously injured during a charity white collar boxing match.
Top Entertainment Stories from Sky
Are high-profile lawsuits really worth it for celebs?
Gwyneth Paltrow consciously uncoupled from ordinary life years ago.
'I like secrets': Author Harlan Coben on his latest book, Netflix deal and how he writes
In Harlan Coben's latest book, he gives you a big spoiler on the first page.
Lily Allen on moving from music to drama and her 'dysfunctional' family
Ahead of her first TV role airing Lily Allen has spoken to Sky News about why she's moved from music to drama and how her own "dysfunctional" family helped inform her character.
Backstage With... Toni Collette and John Leguizamo on The Power
Toni Collette says her new TV series, which imagines a world where teenage girls suddenly develop the ability to electrocute people at will, is actually addressing issues in our own reality.
Branson-backed Virgin Voyages sets sail on quest for new funding
Sir Richard Branson's cruise-line venture is seeking hundreds of millions of dollars in fresh funding even as the Virgin Group founder faces financial turbulence in other parts of his business empire.
Thousands of small businesses face 'tough decisions' after change to energy scheme
Hundreds of thousands of small businesses could face "tough decisions" following changes to the energy support scheme, according to the Federation of Small Businesses.
Household bills, council tax and everything else getting more expensive from 1 April
Households and businesses are facing increased costs on a number of items and services today.
UK house prices suffer biggest annual decline since 2009
House prices fell by 3.1% year-on-year in March, marking the biggest annual decline since July 2009, Nationwide Building Society said.