A report out today reveals 90 per cent of the population tune in to radio every week.

The report, carried out by RAJAR ltd (the Radio Joint Audience Research) found that, on average, listeners will consume 21.3 hours a week either at home, whilst driving or at work.

The annual report released today shows that BBC Radio 1’s Nick Grimshaw's show has the worst listening figures it has ever had.

BBC Radio 1 has lost over 14 per cent of its listeners from London alone in the last year, whereas Radio 2, 3 and 4 are all up by at least 4%.

On the other hand Radio 2 has gained a considerable amount of listeners in the last year.

BBC Radio 6 Music has also seen an increase across the schedule with Lauren Laverne. Radcliffe and Maconie and Steve Lemacq pulling in over a million listeners.

Bob Shennan, Director of BBC Radio and Music, said: “These are great results for BBC 6 Music which is one of the most exciting radio innovations in the last twenty years and is second to none for its brilliant roster of music curators across the schedule.”

So what do you think? Did you listen to the radio still? What are you listening to?

*RAJAR was set up in 1992 to align, design and operate a single audience measurement system for the UK radio industry serving both the BBC and licensed commercial stations.