This is the final quarter of last year - covering the period 19th September - 18th December 2016.
Making its debut on this occasion is digital station Thames Radio, with a reach of 15,000. Chris Country has dropped to 23,000, although this is likely to be the result of changing its survey period from quarterly to a rolling half-yearly. Fun Kids has done well with 46,000 listeners. However these are Adults 15+ and while Rajar doesn't measure children under 10, the station ...
It's Rajar time once again. This quarter covers the period from 27th June - 26th September.
LBC's strong performance last time was thought to be because of the lead-up to the EU Referendum as well as the London Mayoral election, and as they have dropped back again this time this would seem to be the case. The station has maintained its domination of the late-night and overnight hours and has the highest share of London's commercial stations.
Most other London stations are also ...
Next Radio - the excellent one-day conference that shares the best new ideas for the radio industry - is back on Monday September 19th. This is the conference for those people who actually 'do' and 'make' radio, and from all areas - including the BBC, commercial radio, community radio, independent production companies and freelancers. Speakers - and delegates - are not just from the UK. Previous conferencers have included participants from Australia, Canada, Denmark, Slovenia, Sweden, the USA and Zimbabwe.
What I ...