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Moyles quits Radio 1 breakfast show
Radio 1 breakfast host Chris Moyles is to leave his show.
The star - the longest serving breakfast presenter on the station - will bow out in September.
Moyles, 38, announced he was leaving during Wednesday's show and is talking with Radio 1 bosses about a new programme.
He had been due to take a break to appear in a touring version of Andrew Lloyd Webber's musical Jesus Christ Superstar.
The self-styled "saviour of Radio 1" has hosted the breakfast show since January 2004.
The motormouth presenter has been with the station for 15 years, and fronted the drivetime show before stepping up to the flagship morning programme.
Radio 1 controller Ben Cooper said: "I'd like to thank Chris. Quite simply, he has been the most successful breakfast show host in Radio 1's history. For the past eight and a half years he has been entertaining millions of listeners every morning, which is testament to his incredible talent as a broadcaster."
A recent report by the BBC Trust found that the station, which is aimed at 15 to 29-year-olds, was struggling to lower the age profile of its listeners, with much of the audience over 30.
Greg James has often been touted as the natural successor to Moyles. An announcement about the new host is expected on Wednesday.
Moyles - who has an audience of 7.1 million - famously launched a long rant on air two years ago complaining that he had not been paid.