ChrisMoylesloses 700,000listeners in THREE months CHRIS MoyleS, the self-styled saviour of BBC Radio 1, has lost close to 700,000 listen- ers in three months, figures show today. The breakfast show host, 35, who was recently mocked for being too old for his slot by rival Chris evans, reached 7.02million listeners each week in the third quarter of the year -- down from 7.72 million during the previous quarter. In london, the leeds-born DJ also continued to lose out to Capitals breakfast show hosts Johnny Vaughan and lisa Snowdon. The pair pulled in 1.03 million listeners each week in the third quarter compared to Moyless 950,000 London Lite Thursday, 29 October 2009 19 28kfine overbug inapan Eattonight ...ricepudding ThE PETErsham Sitting on top of Richmond Hill, the Petersham is a hotel and restaurant that eschews modernism in favour of British traditions. As such, theres only one way to finish the three-course, la carte menu: with a Madagascan vanilla rice pudding served with raspberries and tuile. Nightingale Lane, TW10 (020 8940 7471) CHRIS BEANLAND Read1,ooosofpubandrestaurant reviewsandbookonlineat thisislondon.co.uk/lite mazE Rice pudding is something we associate with school dinners. But there is mileage in this dessert, as Maze discovered when it upped the rice pudding ante. it features raspberry, Madagascan vanilla, lemon thyme jam, pecan ice cream and mascarpone. Yum! 10-13 Grosvenor Square, W1 (020 7107 0000) A RESTAURANT boss has been fined 28,000 after a cockroach was found crawling inside a saucepan. Owner Myoung Kim, 57, and manager Uoong Shin, 38, of the Jin Korean Restaurant in Bateman Street, Soho, both admitted eight health and safety breaches at City of Westminster magistrates court. Shin was fined 8,000. Health inspectors investigated after countless sightings of rats, mice and bugs. Kim has now sold up. -- down 30,000 on the previous three months. This came despite Vaughan and Snowdon losing a tenth of their audience -- 122,000 listen- ers -- in three months. The countrys most popular breakfast show remains Wake Up To Wogan on BBC Radio 2, which has 7.76 million listeners each week. Chris evans, 43, will go head to head with Moyles when he takes over from Terry Wogan in the New year. The BBC was also cele- brating Radio 4s biggest audience in 10 years, with station insiders putting its success down to heightened interest in news and current affairs during the recession. The station is now lis- tened to by 10.22 million people every week -- up from 10million last quar- ter, with the Today programme reaching more than 6.6million listeners a week -- up nearly half a million on last year. by kevin widdop Capital FM rivals: Lisa Snowdon and Johnny Vaughan Ratings slump: Radio 1s Chris Moyles BEST AT BREAkfAST London listeners per week today, Radio 4 -- 1.96m Wake Up To Wogan on BBC Radio 2 -- 1.28m Johnny Vaughan and Lisa Snowdon on 95.8 capital FM -- 1.03m Chris Moyles Show on BBC Radio 1 -- 950,000 Jamie theakston and Harriet Scott on Heart 106.2 -- 816,000 Neil Foxs More Music on Magic 105.4 -- 773,000 Rickie & Melvin on Kiss 100 -- 611,000 index.html2.html3.html4.html5.html6.html7.html8.html9.html10.html11.html12.html13.html14.html15.html16.html17.html18.html19.html20.html21.html22.html23.html24.html25.html26.html27.html28.html29.html30.html31.html32.html33.html34.html35.html36.html37.html38.html39.html40.html41.html42.html43.html