Official RAJAR figures for UK radio stations have been delivered to member stations Wednesday afternoon, ahead of the public release at midnight.
The industry will find out if Chris Evans holds on to his Radio 2 breakfast audience, if BBC 6 Music continues to grow, who will be number one in London, and how digital listening is looking.
Last quarter saw Magic as the number one commercial station in London, a good start for Absolute 80s, and a new record audience for Chris Moyles. The snow also helped BBC locals increase their numbers, and 6 Music benefited from an amazing amount of free publicity to throw them over the 1m listeners mark.
Changes from RAJAR this quarter include Dream 107.7 changing to Chelmsford Radio and the removal of Pennine FM after the station closed earlier this year.
You can take part in our live blog at [link=http://radiotoday.co.uk/rajar]radiotoday.co.uk/rajar[/link] and see the listening graphs updated shortly after midnight. News from around the stations will appear here through the night.