10:19 02 February 2012
Chris Evans' Radio Two breakfast show is still the nation's favourite morning listen, according to the latest figures from Rajar.
According to the radio figures body, the 45-year-old presenter had a weekly audience of 8.8million during the last three months, while rival Chris Moyles drew 7.1m during the same time period.
Overall, however, Radio One and Radio Two saw a decline in their audiences.
BBC Radio Four's Today programme saw its audience increase from 6.7m to 7.1m over the quarter and the station as a whole saw its listener figures rise from 10.5m to 10.8m.
While Radio Three also saw a modest rise in listeners from 2.05m to 2.09m throughout the quarter.
Chris, who also presents The One Show on a Friday evening, took over the Radio Two breakfast show in January 2010, replacing veteran DJ Terry Wogan.
The father-to-be broadcasts between 6.30am and 9.30am Monday to Friday.
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