Chris Evans has announced that he is leaving his Radio 2 Breakfast Show in December.
Chris joined Radio 2 in 2005 and has a weekly audience of more than 9 million, making the show the UK's most listened to radio programme. BBC figures produced in the summer revealed that the broadcaster is earning between £1.6m and £1.669,999 for his show, making him the second highest earner on the BBC list, after Match of the Day presenter Gary Lineker.
At the age of 52 and with this level of success most people would be reluctant to change their career paths but Chris likens his career to mountain climbing and says 'when you get to the top of your favourite mountain you become a mountain observer so I've got to keep climbing'
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