figures released today (1 August 2002) reveal that BBC Radio Norfolk
has reaffirmed its position as one of the most popular stations
latest RAJAR (Radio Joint Research Audience) figures show that on
average 220,000 people tune in each week - an increase of 10,000
since the last quarter.
This means that almost a third of all adults in the county are listening
to the station.
Radio Norfolk has also increased its share of all radio listening
in the area to 21.3% - up by 2.3% when compared to the same quarter
a year ago.
Mallion, Acting Editor BBC Radio Norfolk, says: "It's great
to have confirmation that BBC Radio Norfolk is doing so well. We've
got a strong team of presenters and we continue to build on that
success. The figures show people like what we deliver."