'2018 was the year of change': Music Week's Q4 RAJAR analysis

Andre Paine

When the history of UK radio listening comes to be written, the final three months of 2018 will be dimly remembered as the phony war of the airwaves.

While commercial and BBC stations continued their tussle for supremacy, everyone is really waiting for the next set of figures when the broadcasting big guns will show what firepower they can muster.

It means that the RAJARs will get a retune in a few months’ time, when new shows for Chris Evans ...

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