Here's what RAJAR Q2, 2014 looks like via an infograph, direct from RAJAR themselves.
The latest radio listening figures have been delivered to BBC and commercial radio stations around the UK this morning.
Across the UK, 90% of the population is tuning in to radio each week - up 800,000 on the quarter. But what's going on at local radio stations? (more…)
Bauer Media's Magic 105.4 is back on top amongst commercial radio stations in London, pushing Capital down to second place. (more…)
BBC Radio 2 has once again recorded its highest ever reach, as Chris Evans also attracts more listeners to his breakfast show.
Communicorp's North West station Smooth Radio has attracted one million listeners for the first time, making it the biggest commercial radio station outside London.
Bauer Media's latest listening figures show 49.1% of all UK listening is through digital radio, compared to the industry average of 36.6%.
Alan Brazil has scored the highest ever audience for talkSPORT breakfast, with 1.5m listeners tuning in each day.
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FM and AM radio listening has fallen below 50% for the first time at 48.6, down 10% year on year in the capital.
Here are the RAJAR changes this quarter as details of listening figures are released to stations.
JACK fm Swindon has recorded a 345% increase in reach year on year, making the former Brunel FM station another success story for Celador.
Figures are down across London for Global Radio but Capital FM remains the most listened to local commercial station.
Bauer's Passion Portfolio has reached 10m listeners for first time as Kiss gets five million listeners across the UK.
It's been a good quarter for BBC networks as Radio 2 records an all time high of 15.51 million weekly listeners and Grimmy adds 700k.
In what could be one of the last surveys for Real Radio, every station in the network has recorded a drop in listeners this quarter.
talkSPORT is back up to 3.2m listeners in the latest RAJAR - giving the station its highest ever book for quarter four.
The much talked about London battle between local commercial stations remains the same, but all stations have lost listeners this quarter.
Why do we need to write it all down when it's all here in one very long info-graph from the RAJAR press office!
The weekly reach for all radio listening in the UK is back up above the 90 per cent mark, as 90.9% of the population are tune in.