BBC Radio 1 faces huge losses while Nick Grimshaw adds to his figures
The station's numbers have dropped from 9.8 million to 9.5 million in the last quarter.
However this is not the case for the station's breakfast show host, Nick Grimshaw, who added 100,000 listeners over the previous three months making his total just over 5.3 million a week.
But compared to last year, Nick is down by half-a-million listeners.
The Radio Joint Audience Research survey also found that 1Xtra is down below a million.
It's smiles for Nick Grimshaw as he adds to his listening figures
BBC Radio 2 lost listeners over the past year
The Queen at the BBC
Fri, June 7, 2013
Today the Queen officially opened the BBC's renovated Broadcasting House.
Crowds gathered earlier today as HRH arrived for her first visit to the BBC's recently expanded headquarters.
The tour included HRH meeting presenters from Radio 1; including Sara Cox and Trevor Nelson, she also shook hands with actors from Doctor Who.
The Queen was also treated to a performance from The Script singer and judge from The Voice, Danny O'Donoghue.
The Royal visit was a solitary appearance following the Duke of Edinburgh's admittance to hospital on Thursday.
The Queen seemed in high spirits, saying: "I hope this new building will serve you well for the future and I am delighted to declare it open today."
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Never overwhelmed by the crowds, the Queen departs the BBC studios
Radio 1's Listen, Watch, Share strategy means that RAJAR are only part of the story
The stations' controller, Ben Cooper, said of the findings: "Radio 1's Listen, Watch, Share strategy means that RAJAR are only part of the story, and alongside the 10.5 million listeners, our YouTube videos have received over 1.4 billion views and we have 8.7 million followers across social media."
"I'm delighted that young people are listening for longer to our distinctive content and that alongside the 12 million Playground Insult views in this quarter, our young audiences donated over 1 million hours of volunteering to UK charities," he added.
Radio 2, despite remaining as the biggest station in the country, still lost some listeners from the last quarter.
The station found itself down 0.6% from the previous quarter and 2.7% from the previous year.
Chris Evan's figures were also up
It's been a good year for ex-Radio 1 DJ, Chris Moyles, at Radio X
However, Chris Evans's popular morning programme was slightly up on the past few months with around 9 million listeners.
Kiss FM has become the biggest commercial station in London, beating Capital and Magic to the top spot.
It has also been good news for ex-Radio 1 DJ, Chris Moyles, who has increased his numbers for Radio X over the past year.
BBC's 6 Music is one of the biggest winners with a 5.8% rise on listeners from last year.