Radio 2 breakfast host Chris Evans has hit another audience high, with a new record number of listeners to his show.
The 48-year-old now pulls in 9.91 million each week, giving his show the biggest audience recorded in the UK since the current measurement methods were launched 15 years ago.
Chris is almost four million ahead of his Radio 1 breakfast rival Nick Grimshaw, who has himself seen a slight boost in his numbers to 5.97 million - up from 5.89 million this time last year.
Chris has seen the Radio 2 audience soar by almost two million listeners to the station's breakfast audience after his predecessor Sir Terry Wogan bowed out with 8.1 million.
Radio 2 now has 15.5 million listeners, up slightly from the 15.44 million a year ago.
Helen Boaden, the director of BBC Radio, said: "Chris is a brilliant presenter and a unique talent.
"The Radio 2 breakfast show is unlike anything else on radio, with great music, news, sports updates and Pause for Thought alongside features like the 500 Words children's writing competition, and shows that utterly distinctive, high-quality programmes can also attract large audiences."
New figures, from industry body Rajar, show Radio 1 has an audience of 10.8 million listeners - up 270,000 compared to the previous quarter, although down 220,000 on this time last year.
Station controller Ben Cooper said: "I'm pleased to see a good set of figures for Radio 1 and the Breakfast Show."