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Radio Ulster remains Northern Ireland's most listened to radio station

BBC Radio Ulster remains the No. 1 listened to radio station in Northern Ireland with an average weekly audience of 532,000 listeners tuning in each week – according to the latest RAJAR figures for Q2, 2010.

BBC Radio Ulster remains the No. 1 listened to radio station in Northern Ireland with an average weekly audience of 532,000 listeners tuning in each week – according to the latest RAJAR figures for Q2, 2010.

These latest RAJAR figures show an increase of 81,000 listeners year on year (with 451,000 listeners in Q2, 2009) and an increase of 13,000 listeners to the station quarter on quarter (with 519,000 listeners in Q1, 2010).

BBC Radio Foyle, meanwhile, has an average weekly audience of 32,000 listeners. This is an increase of 5,000 listeners from the same period last year (with 27,000 listeners in Q2, 2009) and an increase of 4,000 listeners from last quarter (with 28,000 listeners in Q1, 2010).

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