Rajar Q1 2013: National commercial radio results in full

National radio listening figures for the first quarter of 2013 highlight drops in listeners for Radio 1 and Absolute and Real Radio but rises for Bauer Radio's Passion Portfolio, boosted by Planet Rock coming into the fold and led by Kiss.

Rajar: table of Q1 2013 radio-listening statistics released
Rajar: table of Q1 2013 radio-listening statistics released
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Figures are sourced from audience measurement body Rajar.

Note:

(D) Digital-only stations

(Q) Based on quarterly survey period

(H) Based on six-monthly survey period

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