Category: Radio; bbc.co.uk
Live coverage of The Ashes contributed to another record month of online listening to BBC Radio, as desk-bound cricket fans kept up-to-date with England's progress.
Five Live Sports Extra and Radio 4 LW both eclipsed their previous online listening records by more than 300 per cent in August, notching up two million and 250,000 hours of live online listening respectively.
The networks' figures - buoyed by office workers keen to follow the action on the Internet - contributed to a monthly total of 16.1 million hours of live and on demand listening.
BBC 7's wide range of programming in August - from a Little Britain night to a Bill Nighy weekend - brought increased traffic to the station's website, with more than 460,000 unique user agents visiting during the month.
Between them they consumed more than a million hours of BBC 7 on demand and secured the network six programmes in August's On Demand Top 30.
This year's Proms attracted more than 385,000 on demand listens - a 66 per cent increase on last year.
Complete figures are available as a pdf on the right hand side of this page.