Nick Grimshaw's Radio 1 show will get worst ever listening figures

Nick Grimshaw's Radio 1 show will get worst ever listening figures

Nick Grimshaw has recorded the least expensive listening figures for BBC Radio 1's breakfast demonstrate given that documents started.The DJ, who took in excess of the slot from Chris Moyles in 2012, saw his audience fall below 5 million listeners for every 7 days in the third quarter of this 12 months.The present recorded 4.93 million weekly listeners in between July and September - down from 5.five million last quarter. Aashiqui defended the stats and stated it was even now "the most appropriate youth brand name in the Uk today".Why is Radio one struggling to find new DJs?BBC A single reveals new primetime audio displayHe also said there was even now a ten.5 million weekly listenership across the station and that Radio one experienced nine.4 million subscribers on social media, with an additional five million on YouTube.Listening figures for all stations are typically reduce in the summertime months - but Grimshaw's figures are the least expensive for any Radio 1 breakfast demonstrate given that viewers study human body Rajar began accumulating knowledge.