BBC Radio 4: Up 0.3 per cent year on year, with 9.34m listeners, but down 1.3 per cent from last quarter's figure of 9.47m. The Today programme scores 6.2m listeners at breakfast time, down 20,000 year on year, but an improvement on last quarter's 6.13m. Radio 4 remains London's most popular station with 2.4m listeners, but this figure is down 1 per cent on last quarter and 3.6 per cent on last year.
BBC Radio FiveLive: A strong performance, up 2.2 per cent on last year. The station is heard by 5.85m people each week. The breakfast show has gained listeners, and is now heard by 2.33m compared with 2.12m last year. In London, FiveLive has gained 80,000 listeners on last year (a 6.9 per cent increase) to break the 1.3m mark. FiveLive Sports Extra is up 41.3 per cent year on year.
OneWord (on digital radio): After a disastrous quarter, the station has recovered and is up 13.1 per cent year on year to 138,000.
LBC: Jumps 16.2 per cent year on year, from 537,000 to 624,000. The breakfast show is marginally down on last year. LBC News 1152 is up 7.2 per cent in the last 12 months, from 237,000 to 254,000.
TalkSport: Up 2.8 per cent year on year, from 2.18m to 2.23m, but down on last quarter. London audience is up 5.7 per cent on last year, breaking the 600,000 mark. Strong performance for the breakfast show, up from 995,000 last year to 1,046,000.
Talk 107: Up 47.8 per cent on last quarter, from 23,000 to 34,000 listeners.
Real Radio Scotland: 8.7 per cent increse year on year. Weekly audience of 762,000 is its highest ever.
All figures from Rajar / Ipsos Mori