There were 38 million requests on catch up platform iPlayer for radio programming over the course of March, up from 32m in the previous month and 27m at the same time last year.
Episodes from Moyles and Dave Vitty's record-breaking 52-hour broadcast on Radio 1 held nine spots out of the Top 20 most popular radio shows, including episode 22 coming in third place with 166,000 requests.
The World Record radio broadcast also attracted an audience of 2.84m on the BBC Red Button, making it the most popular ever live radio feature on the interactive platform.
England's dramatic win against the West Indies in the 2011 Cricket World Cup was the most popular radio show on iPlayer, grabbing 202,000 requests, followed by Fearne Cotton's Comic Relief broadcast on March 18 in second with 200,000 requests.
Following the release of a dedicated iPlayer app for iPad and Google Android smartphones in February, iPlayer racked up 8m requests from mobile devices in March, up from 5m in the previous month. Mobile usage accounted for 5% of all iPlayer requests, up from 3% in February.
In total, iPlayer racked up 160m requests for TV and radio programmes in March across all platforms where it is available, up from 148m in February but just below the record high of 162m in January. Live streaming was at the highest level seen to date, making up 15% of all TV requests and 75% for radio.
The first episode of Professor Brian Cox's Wonders Of The Universe was the most requested TV show, generating 964,000 requests. The show's second episode came in third place with 658,000 requests, and the Comic Relief extravaganza was sandwiched in the middle with 879,000 requests.