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Moyles and Wogan take a dip

All five of the BBC's main national networks have seen a fall in breakfast figures, while Classic FM and talkSPORT have seen a rise. Chris Moyles drops from 7.257millon to 6.982million quarter on quarter, while Radio 2's Terry Wogan is down from 7.92m to 7.68m.

Radio 3 lost 14000 listeners, giving it 713,000 each week at breakfast, and the prestigious Today show on Radio 4 falls below the 6 million mark, down almost 300,000 listeners to 5.9 million.

Classic FM just passes the 3 million mark at breakfast, giving it four times the morning audience of Radio 3, and talkSPORT rises to 1,091,000 listeners.

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