Digital radio triumphs nationally this quarter, with record audiences for BBC 6 Music, Kisstory, Heart 80s, Mellow Magic and Virgin Radio.
All eyes are on BBC Local Radio as it turns 50 but the network is on a downward trend in audience figures.
The quarterly RAJAR Infographic is here with all the data you need for Q3, 2017.
The latest audience research has been delivered to radio stations across the UK, with a number of changes being made this quarter.
BBC Radio London has almost doubled its audience in the last quarter, giving the station its highest ever audience since RAJAR’s current methodology began.
Heart 80s has posted an impressive debut set of listening figures, with Q2/2017 RAJAR data showing the digital station reaches 852,000 listeners each week.
Commercial radio has posted its highest ever total audience of almost 35.9 million people in Q2 2017 surpassing the previous record of 35.6 million set in Q2 2016.
The quarterly RAJAR Infographic is here with all the data you need for Q2, 2017, including All Radio Listening, Average Hours Per Listener and Digital Platforms.
The latest Junior Audio Measurement Joint Audience Research figures shows kids are still listening to the radio, which is a relief.
Around the UK's local radio stations, we take a trip around the regions to see who's winning and who isn't.
Capital has re-gained the top spot in London based on reach in the first three months of 2017, increasing the size of its audience by almost 30% quarter-on-quarter.
Local and regional headlines including great results for Wave 105 and BBC Radio Manchester.
Wireless Group's new stations Virgin Radio and talkRADIO are losing listeners nationally.
Digital listening has increased year-on-year to 45.2% share, up from 41.7% in Q4 2015.
The quarterly RAJAR Infographic is here with all the data you need for Q4.
Local and regional headlines from RAJAR Q3 are here - including highest ever reach for JACK 2, Downtown Country and Channel 103.
Two out of three of Wireless Group's new stations have lost listeners since their debut results last quarter, and Smooth Extra is more popular than Planet Rock.
Digital listening has grown to 45.5% share, a year-on -year growth of 9%, with 6 Music continuing to attract extra listeners.
Listening figures for the UK radio industry for Q3 2016 have been delivered to stations.
Here's the RAJAR round-up for regional and local stations across the UK, including the latest on JACK, Key and the rebranded XS Manchester.