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    But everyone was in the process of watching Confidential wern't they? I know we were.

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    Final figures are in for 'Partners in Crime'

    http://www.barb.co.uk/viewingsummary...esttimeout=500

    9.14m

    BBC Three repeat got 1.398m.

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    OH MY!

    What a result!!

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    10th for the week:

    01 CORONATION STREET (MON 2029) - 10.86m
    02 EASTENDERS (MON 2000) - 10.60m
    03 CORONATION STREET (MON 1932) - 10.60m
    04 CORONATION STREET (FRI 2029) - 10.47m
    05 CORONATION STREET (FRI 1934) - 10.27m
    06 CORONATION STREET (WED 1931) - 10.14m
    07 EASTENDERS (TUE 1928) - 9.83m
    08 EASTENDERS (FRI 1959) - 9.59m
    09 EASTENDERS (THU 1928) - 9.30m
    10 DOCTOR WHO (SAT 1819) - 9.14m
    Beaten only by Corrie & Enders. A highly respectable figure!

    Series Openers:

    Rose (2005) - 10.81 million
    New Earth (2006) - 8.62 million
    Smith And Jones (2007) - 8.7 million
    Partners In Crime (2008) - 9.14 million
    Partners in Crime is the 5th most watched show of the year and the highest rating drama of the year so far.

    01 - 13.02m - CORONATION STREET (18/01/08) - ITV1
    02 - 12.08m - DANCING ON ICE (16/03/08) - ITV1
    03 - 11.73m - EASTENDERS (03/01/08) - BBC1
    04 - 9.18m - MATCH OF THE DAY LIVE (06/02/08) - BBC1
    05 - 9.14m - DOCTOR WHO (05/04/08) - BBC1
    06 - 8.90m - LEWIS (24/02/08) - ITV1
    07 - 8.91m - DANCING ON ICE - THE SKATE OFF (09/02/08) - ITV1
    08 - 8.85m - EMMERDALE (02/01/08) - ITV1
    09 - 8.59m - WILD AT HEART (02/03/08) - ITV1
    10 - 8.51m - HEARTBEAT (06/01/08) - ITV1

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    WE'RE DOOOOOOOMED!

    1 …. 10.3 (43.3%) …. Britain's Got Talent (20:00) ITV
    2 …. 6.9 (33.4%) …. Doctor Who (18:15) BBC1
    3 …. 6.7 (29.7%) …. All Star Mr and Mrs (19:00) ITV
    4 …. 6.1 (27.1%) …. I'd Do Anything (19:00) BBC1
    5 …. 6.0 (25.6%) …. Casualty (20:45) BBC1
    Fifteen minute breakdown:

    Time ………. BBC1 ……………… ITV ……………… BBC2 ……………… CH4 ……………… CH5
    18:00 …. 4.0 (22.9%) …. 3.1 (17.6%) …. 1.1 ( 6.2%) …. 1.4 ( 7.7%) …. 1.1 ( 6.0%)
    18:15 …. 5.6 (28.9%) …. 3.7 (19.3%) …. 0.9 ( 4.8%) …. 1.5 ( 8.0%) …. 1.1 ( 5.6%)
    18:30 …. 6.8 (33.3%) …. 4.2 (20.8%) …. 1.0 ( 4.8%) …. 1.3 ( 6.5%) …. 1.0 ( 4.9%)
    18:45 …. 7.5 (35.6%) …. 4.7 (22.3%) …. 1.0 ( 4.7%) …. 1.2 ( 5.7%) …. 0.8 ( 3.7%)

    19:00 …. 6.0 (27.9%) …. 5.6 (26.2%) …. 1.1 ( 5.0%) …. 1.1 ( 5.0%) …. 0.7 ( 3.0%)
    19:15 …. 5.9 (26.7%) …. 6.5 (29.6%) …. 0.8 ( 3.6%) …. 1.1 ( 5.1%) …. 0.6 ( 2.6%)
    Five minute breakdown:

    18:10..4.52m
    18:15..4.82m
    18:20..5.66m
    18:25..6.18m
    18:30..6.53m
    18:35..6.83m
    18:40..6.96m
    18:45..7.21m
    18:50..7.42m
    18:55..7.89m
    19:00..7.09m

    19:05..5.29m
    19:10..5.58m
    I blame the early timeslot, lower total TV audience, crap weather, lack of Who coverage on GMTV/This Morning/Loose Women this series, alien planets and that Planet Skaro meet thingy for the sub-7m overnight figure and lower audience share.

    All figures from Marcus and Andy Parish on the Doctor Who Forum.

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    Put it on at 7pm for Christ's sake, BBC!

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    Oh dear, we only just beat "All Star Celebrity Mr and Mrs"!

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    bugger Doctor Who, only getting 6.9m viewers for me the sad and depressing thing is nearly 11m people watched Britains got Talent..

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    Quote Originally Posted by Larry View Post
    bugger Doctor Who, only getting 6.9m viewers for me the sad and depressing thing is nearly 11m people watched Britains got Talent..
    Yes indeed.

    Slightly With all the press that school bullying gets these days I find it hard to accept that the UK's top shows, Britain's Got Talent, X Factor etc etc. resort to bullying and ridicule to get their audience.

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    "X-Factor" isn't exactly bullying. There's a difference between criticism and bullying!

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    Criticism can be construed as a form of bullying Si.

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    Ooops! Well, we had a great time down the pub anyway. Sorry everybody!
    Pity. I have no understanding of the word. It is not registered in my vocabulary bank. EXTERMINATE!

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    6.9m is still good, it will probably go over 7m after overnights. Might finally be the affect of the earlier slot though, maybe even the difference between 6:20 and 6:45 has a large affect :

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    Every season opener so far has had a certain novelty factor- I'm just wondering whether the novelty of watching just to see how Catherine Tate works in Who hasn't worn off after a couple of episodes, and everybody who expected to see Lauren and Gran has been disappointed that she's actually acting and after a fairly light starter, it's back to normal Who.

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    Maybe if they actually showed it at the same time for two weeks running people would remember when to watch.

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    Check out the final figure for 'The Fires of Pompeii':


    Quote Originally Posted by BARB
    W/E 13/04/08
    01 CORONATION STREET (MON 2029) 11.18m - ITV1
    02 CORONATION STREET (MON 1931) 11.03m - ITV1
    03 EASTENDERS (MON 2001) 10.60m - BBC1
    04 CORONATION STREET (FRI 2029) 10.17m - ITV1
    05 CORONATION STREET (FRI 1934) 10.08m - ITV1
    06 CORONATION STREET (WED 1931) 9.85m - ITV1
    07 EASTENDERS (FRI 2000) 9.49m - BBC1
    08 BRITAIN'S GOT TALENT (SAT 1949) 9.44m - ITV1
    09 EASTENDERS (THU 1929) 9.04m - BBC1
    10 DOCTOR WHO (SAT 1846) 9.04m - BBC1
    11 EASTENDERS (TUE 1930) 8.94m - BBC1
    12 UEFA CHAMPIONS LEAGUE (TUE 1929) 7.92m - ITV1
    13 EMMERDALE (MON 1901) 7.92m - ITV1
    14 FOYLE'S WAR (SUN 2004) 7.74m - ITV1
    15 EMMERDALE (WED 1900) 7.35m - ITV1
    16 EMMERDALE (FRI 1902) 7.34m - ITV1
    17 THE APPRENTICE (WED 2100) 7.32m - BBC1
    18 EMMERDALE (TUE 1859) 7.20m - ITV1
    19 EMMERDALE (THU 1900) 7.04m - ITV1
    20 CASUALTY (SAT 2051) 6.76m - BBC1
    Another timeshift round about 1 million! That's two 9m+ episodes in a row!


    Tate drove about 100,000 viewers away.

    BBC Three's Sunday repeat also got 1.03 million.

    Quote Originally Posted by BARB
    W/E 13/04/08
    01 FORD SUPER SUNDAY (Sun 1533) 2.30m - Sky Sports 1
    02 GAVIN AND STACEY (Sun 2102) 1.40m - BBC3
    03 FORD SUPER SUNDAY (Sun 1300) 1.30m - Sky Sports 1
    04 UEFA CHAMPIONS LEAGUE LIVE (Wed 1900) 1.21m - Sky Sports 2
    05 60 SECONDS (Sun 2101) 1.19m - BBC3
    06 BRITAIN'S GOT MORE TALENT AUDITIONS (Sun 2000) 1.16m - ITV2
    07 EASTENDERS (Tue 2200) 1.04m - BBC3
    08 DOCTOR WHO (Sun 2002) 1.03m - BBC3
    09 KATIE AND PETER: THE NEXT CHAPTER (Thu 2100) 994,000 - ITV2
    10 EASTENDERS (Mon 2202) 963,000 - BBC3
    11 EASTENDERS (Thu 2200) 937,000 - BBC3
    12 UEFA CUP (2007- 2008) (Thu 1927) 932,000 - ITV4
    13 HOME AND AWAY (Mon 1829) 875,000 - Five Life
    14 BRITAIN'S GOT TALENT (Sun 1847) 870,000 - ITV2
    15 COME DINE WITH ME (Sun 1742) 834,000 - More4
    16 COME DINE WITH ME (Sun 1816) 819,000 - More4
    17 HOME AND AWAY (Wed 1829) 801,000 - Five Life
    18 HOME AND AWAY (Tue 1829) 798,000 - Five Life
    19 HOME AND AWAY (Thu 1829) 787,000 - Five Life
    20 SKINS (Mon 2200) 766,000 - E4

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    9.04m is a fantastic figure considering what the overnights said... I doubt Planet of the Ood will manage that, maybe 7.5-8.0m though.

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    Ratings for The Sontaran Stratagem are in:

    6.4 million viewers (35.2% share)

    Bit disappointing on the face of it (though the overnights will probably push it past 7 million), but it was the most watched show on BBC1 all day, and only 2nd to Britain's Got Talent across the channels. Good weather and that stupid 6.20pm start are to blame... it really is the wrong timeslot.

    Top 10 Programmes (millions of viewers)

    1 …. 9.4 (41.3%) …. Britain's Got Talent (20:00) ITV
    2 …. 6.4 (35.2%) …. Doctor Who (18:15) BBC1
    3 …. 6.0 (26.5%) …. Casualty (20:45) BBC1
    4 …. 5.6 (27.5%) …. I'd Do Anything (19:00) BBC1
    5 …. 5.2 (25.2%) …. All Star Mr and Mrs (19:00) ITV
    6 …. 4.5 (19.7%) …. The National Lottery: 1 vs 100 (20:00) BBC1
    7 …. 4.4 (22.2%) …. BBC News (22:15) BBC1
    8 …. 4.1 (27.6%) …. Match of the Day (22:30) BBC1
    9 …. 3.8 (17.7%) …. Pushing Daisies (21:00) ITV
    10 … 3.7 (17.8%) …. Love Soup (21:45) BBC1

    Top 10 Programmes (audience share)

    1 …. 9.4 (41.3%) …. Britain's Got Talent (20:00) ITV
    2 …. 6.4 (35.2%) …. Doctor Who (18:15) BBC1
    3 …. 1.2 (30.4%) …. Breakfast (06:00) BBC1
    4 …. 4.1 (27.6%) …. Match of the Day (22:30) BBC1
    5 …. 5.6 (27.5%) …. I'd Do Anything (19:00) BBC1
    6 …. 6.0 (26.5%) …. Casualty (20:45) BBC1
    7 …. 1.6 (25.9%) …. Saturday Kitchen (10:00) BBC1
    8 …. 5.2 (25.2%) …. All Star Mr and Mrs (19:00) ITV
    9 …. 3.1 (25.1%) …. BBC News (17:15) BBC1
    10 … 4.4 (22.2%) …. BBC News (22:15) BBC1

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    The good weather kills Doctor Who viewing figures AGAIN!

    When will the BBC realise that Doctor Who is an Autumn show!?

    We're all DOOOOOMED!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!

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    The Poison Sky is falling!

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    I've not seen any of it, so don't even really know what it is, but that Britain's Got Talent is amazingly popular isn't it!! Not sure how you can say it's the wrong timeslot though, Pip, as with that one exception nothing's beating it. It couldn't do much better, surely?

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    I've not seen any of it, so don't even really know what it is, but that Britain's Got Talent is amazingly popular isn't it!!
    From the trailers I've seen, the word that comes to mind is "freakshow", although the drop from Who into I'd Do Anything suggests that people only have a certain amount of patience with shows about amateur performers trying to make the big time. You can only win your slot (and win it fairly convincingly), although part of the idea is to get people watching television who would otherwise be doing other things. But again, it was a surprisingly fine day, at least around here where the forecast had been for rain all day.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Andrew Curnow View Post
    I've not seen any of it, so don't even really know what it is, but that Britain's Got Talent is amazingly popular isn't it!! Not sure how you can say it's the wrong timeslot though, Pip, as with that one exception nothing's beating it.
    My point is that Doctor Who is outperforming everything else on BBC1, but it's being used as the main attraction to keep people watching afterwards, and they're not. There's always a massive rise and fall in viewing figures before and after each episode, proof that people are tuning in especially to see Dr Who. It should be the centerpiece of the evening for that reason, not the lead in.

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    Ah right, I see what you're saying. Good point in that case (although did it have that effect when it was in the 7 o'clock slot?)

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    Well last night for instance, according to early figures, nearly 3 million more people were watching television at 7pm compared to 6.15pm. And a million of those would probably have been watching Who if it had started at 7pm...

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