Thanks to the BBC Trust's service licences, I can bring news of winners and losers in the year ahead, in terms of 'service budget'.
Radio 1 £38.9m £34.7m
Radio 1Xtra £4.8m £6.5m
Radio 2 £46.8m £49.6m
Radio 3 £40.6m £38.4m
Radio 4 £88.2m £90.2m
Radio 4 Extra £3.2m £3.3m
Radio 5 Live £45.3m £46.1m
5 Live Sports Extra £2.5m £2.6m
Radio 6Music £8.0m £10.8m
With The Asian Network unchanged, King of Country Bob Shennan, with Radio 2 and 6Music, is a winner, with £5.6m extra at his disposal. New Boy Alan Davey at Radio 3 is £2.2m down. Ben Cooper, at Radio 1 and 1Xtra, is down £2.5m.
BBC Local Radio £122.2m £115.1m
Radio Scotland £21.9m £21.7m
Nan Gaidheal £3.9m £3.8m
Radio Wales £15.7m £14.0m
Radio Cymru £14.1m £13.7m
Radio Ulster/Foyle £17.4m £16.9m
Overall, despite all the noises about 'outside London', radio outside London loses £10m.