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Old 18-12-2012, 10:32
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I don't think they had their programme logs ready for this week's release, as there aren't any top 10 in the files that were sent over yesterday
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Old 18-12-2012, 10:35
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Old 18-12-2012, 10:35
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Channel Four has been struggling to reach a million for a few new commissions. Jay Hunt apparently likes to know the overnights too.
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Monday 17th December 2012
BBC One
06:00 - Breakfast: 1.53m (34.6%)
09:15 - Heir Hunters: 1.46m (26.3%)
10:00 - Homes Under The Hammer: 1.54m (27.6%)
11:00 - You've Been Scammed: 1.29m (24.1%)
11:30 - Cash In The Attic: 1.16m (21.3%)
12:15 - Bargain Hunt: 1.87m (29.7%)
13:00 - BBC News at One: 2.61m (35.5%)
13:30 - Regional News and Weather: 2.67m (35.2%)
13:45 - Doctors: 1.32m (19.1%)
14:15 - Escape To The Country: 1.02m (15.1%)
...
17:15 - Pointless Celebrities: 3.18m (19.4%)
18:00 - BBC News at Six: 4.90m (25.2%)
18:30 - Regional News and Weather: 6.00m (28.4%)
19:00 - The One Show: 4.29m (19.6%)
19:30 - Inside Out: 3.66m (15.4%)
20:00 - EastEnders: 7.64m (31.5%)
20:30 - Panorama: 2.30m (9.2%)
21:00 - My Family: 3.01m (12.9%)
22:00 - BBC News at Ten: 4.32m (22.1%)
22:25 - Regional News and Weather: 4.05m (22.9%)

BBC Two
16:30 - Flog It!: 1.35m (10.9%)
17:15 - Put Your Money Where Your Mouth Is: 1.45m (8.9%)
18:00 - Celebrity Eggheads: 1.78m (9.1%)
18:30 - Strictly Come Dancing: It Takes Two: 2.40m (11.4%)
19:00 - Masterchef: The Professionals - Michel's Classics: 1.53m (7.0%)
20:00 - Univesity Challenge: 2.26m (9.5%)
20:30 - Nigellissima: 2.28m (9.3%)
21:00 - Inside Claridges: 4.06m (17.3%) exc HD
22:00 - Never Mind The Buzzcocks: 1.27m (6.6%)
22:30 - Newsnight: 707.5k (5.2%)

ITV1
06:00 - Daybreak: 701k (17.2%)
08:30 - Lorraine: 1.12m (20.4%)
09:25 - The Jeremy Kyle Show: 1.34m (24.0%)
10:30 - This Morning: 1.24m (22.6%)
11:30 - This Morning: 1.24m (22.3%)
12:30 - Let's Do Christmas with Gino and Mel: 990k (14.4%)
13:30 - ITV News and Weather: 1.02m (14.0%)
14:00 -Storage Hoarders: 815k (12.1%)
15:00 - Dickinson's Real Deal: 1.19m (15.4%)
16:00 - Britain's Best Bakery: 1.53m (13.9%)
17:00 - The Chase: 3.30m (21.5%) , +1: 202k (1.0%)
18:00 - ITV Regaional News: 4.14m (21.2%)
18:30 - ITV News and Weather: 3.83m (18.1%)
19:00 - Emmerdale: 7.15m (32.7%) , +1: 147k (0.6%)
19:30 - Coronation Street: 8.49m (35.7%) , +1: 195k (0.8%)
20:00 - Little England: 3.04m (12.6%) , +1: 167k (0.7%)
20:30 - Coronation Street: 8.69m (34.5%) , +1: 316k (1.35%)
21:00 - The Poison Tree: 3.66m (15.6%) , +1: 252k (1.5%)
22:00 - ITV News and Weather: 1.97m (10.5%)

Channel 4
14:40 - Countdown: 408k (5.9%)
15:30 - 1001 Things You Should Know: 530k (6.3%)
16:00 - Deal Or No Deal: 1.27m (11.6%)
17:00 - Come Dine with Me: 1.21m (8.5%) , +1: 224k (1.15%)
17:30 - The Simpsons: 885k (5.3%) , +1: 225.5k (1.1%)
18:00 - The Simpsons: 1.54m (7.9%) , +1: 384k (1.75%)
18:30 - Hollyoaks: 1.04m (4.9%) , +1: 100k (0.4%)
19:00 - Channel 4 News: 606k (2.7%) , +1: 80k (0.3%)
20:00 - Dispatches: 894.5k (3.7%) , +1: 181k (0.8%)
20:30 - Stephen Fry: Gadget Man: 1.05m (4.2%) , +1: 170k (0.7%)
21:00 - Bad Santas: 793k (3.4%) , +1: 196k (1.2%)
22:00 - 8 Out of 10 Cats: 843k (4.7%) , +1: 154k (1.6%)

Channel 5
13:30 - FILM: Christmas Card: 537k (7.7%)
15:10 - FILM: Crazy for Christmas: 928k (9.6%)
17:00 - 5 News at 5: 704k (5.0%)
17:30 - Emergency Bikers: 460k (2.6%)
18:30 - 5 News: 176k (0.8%)
19:00 - North Pole Ice Airport: 374k (1.7%)
20:00 - The All New Gadget Show: 736k (3.0%)
21:00 - FILM: Deep Blue Sea: 781k (4.0%)

BBC Three
20:30 - Olympics 2012: 50 Greatest Moments: 781k (3.4%)
22:30 - EastEnders: 497k (3.3%)

E4
22:00 - Made in Chelsea: 486k (2.9%)

Sky1
20:00 - Arrow: 656k (2.7%)

Sky Sports 1
19:00 - Live Ford Monday Night Football: 728k (3.3%)
* peak: 1.31m (5.2%) at 20:30
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Old 18-12-2012, 10:39
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And mod, you're slipping - we need our archive! http://forums.digitalspy.co.uk/showp...99&postcount=2
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Old 18-12-2012, 10:47
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Thanks for the ratings DMN.

EastEnders solid but not cracking 8m often enough. Building to the big storyline too and no real upward movement yet.
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Old 18-12-2012, 11:40
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I hope daytime TV falls in the ratings as its just repeats, One thing that bugs me on the spilt threads is that Digital Spy no longer posts the archive

As for Eastenders, Its the most dull thing on TV even with the Christmas plot
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Old 18-12-2012, 11:52
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Squeaky bum time for the Beeb with EE failing to set the world alight still. Corrie not doing much better, but it's EE that has to fight Downton and give the Royles a platform.

That news bulletin may have a bigger role to play this year than EE itself.

EE needs lift off this Friday when I believe the festive fun starts. That it is Mad Friday probably won't help its cause (I don't think Gala Bingo do Mad Friday so Corrie should be unaffected)
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Old 18-12-2012, 12:03
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Squeaky bum time for the Beeb with EE failing to set the world alight still. Corrie not doing much better, but it's EE that has to fight Downton and give the Royles a platform.

That news bulletin may have a bigger role to play this year than EE itself.

EE needs lift off this Friday when I believe the festive fun starts. That it is Mad Friday probably won't help its cause (I don't think Gala Bingo do Mad Friday so Corrie should be unaffected)
Friday its against That Text Santa thing which gets a corrie lead in....Its been promoted like hell on Heart Radio and Vodafone have been setting txts about it too. I think Thursday could see a rise but not a huge one given its the last late night shopping of the year.Monday will have the highest figure for sometime though.
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Old 18-12-2012, 12:05
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Squeaky bum time for the Beeb with EE failing to set the world alight still. Corrie not doing much better, but it's EE that has to fight Downton and give the Royles a platform.

That news bulletin may have a bigger role to play this year than EE itself.

EE needs lift off this Friday when I believe the festive fun starts. That it is Mad Friday probably won't help its cause (I don't think Gala Bingo do Mad Friday so Corrie should be unaffected)
It all makes sense Robbie. The BBC, for the first time in years, seem to realise that the battle of Christmas Day is likely not to be won entirely by them. So, rather than really fight they made some basic idents in order to save money on images that people wouldn't be watching! (Even though I like the idents).

I think EE will do just fine against DA. I think CTM will do just fine against Corrie. It will be a close contest this year, but Christmas will be the more interesting for it!
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Old 18-12-2012, 12:10
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Friday its against That Text Santa thing which gets a corrie lead in....Its been promoted like hell on Heart Radio and Vodafone have been setting txts about it too. I think Thursday could see a rise but not a huge one given its the last late night shopping of the year.Monday will have the highest figure for sometime though.
Text Santa sank in the ratings last year despite a X Factor lead in so don't know if it will be any better positioned on a Friday coming in after Coronation Streets lead of 8 million. The Christmas Eve edition also only gained around 4 million overnight, though it was up against a stronger BBC one line up.
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Old 18-12-2012, 12:15
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Text Santa sank in the ratings last year despite a X Factor lead in so don't know if it will be any better positioned on a Friday coming in after Coronation Streets lead of 8 million. The Christmas Eve edition also only gained around 4 million overnight, though it was up against a stronger BBC one line up.
Yeah i know but it seems to have been promoted more this time. Ant & Dec,Cast of corrie,1Direction and Girls Aloud are pretty popular so i think it will be higher this year but we will wait and see.
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Old 18-12-2012, 12:30
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I reckon Text Santa will flop moreso than last year

but I guess ITV will cling to the "charity" aspect and try to brush it off
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Old 18-12-2012, 12:41
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The simple fact is, EE IS underperforming. Even if it does well on Xmas day that will not be an end to its troubles. Its audience is vanishing now at a consistant rate it seems. They need to stall the viewer drop and then try to win viewers back. I mean two million viewers being lost over two/three years is pretty shocking stuff. No amount of fan spin can declare otherwise.
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Old 18-12-2012, 12:44
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Soap ratings from Monday 19th last year: http://www.digitalspy.co.uk/soaps/s3...een-by-9m.html
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Old 18-12-2012, 13:38
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So im going to guess that neither EE, DA, SCD nor CTM will win Xmas day
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Old 18-12-2012, 13:45
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So im going to guess that neither EE, DA, SCD nor CTM will win Xmas day
I have a feeling DW might do it as it's not in competition with anything big on ITV1. Due to so many ratings blockbusters against each other like EE versus DA, I can see a repeat of last year with relatively low ratings.
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Old 18-12-2012, 14:01
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Dancing On Ice lineup looks pretty good. But will it be enough to increase ratings ? If not, then ITV are going to be in hot water.
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Old 18-12-2012, 14:03
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EastEnders solid but not cracking 8m often enough. Building to the big storyline too and no real upward movement yet.
Thank heavens the nation can finally find out 'Who shagged Kat?'

Obvious candidate for the worst storyline of 2012.
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Old 18-12-2012, 14:10
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Personally, I think Call the Midwife will win Christmas Day. But, obviously, it's figure will be much deflated with the Corrie clash. Without out i reckon it could of got 11m in overnights.

These are my early Xmas Day overnight predictions:

Doctor Who 8.2m
Strictly 8.9m
CTM 9.6m
EE 9.3m
Royle Family 8.9m

Emmerdale 5.5m
Paul O'Grady 4.3m
Emmerdale 6.8m
Corrie 8m
Downton 9.2m
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Old 18-12-2012, 14:19
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Thank heavens the nation can finally find out 'Who shagged Kat?'

Obvious candidate for the worst storyline of 2012.
Like increasing numbers of people aren't bothered. I'm watching a tribute to Larry Grayson instead.
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Old 18-12-2012, 14:33
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Latest Christmas Day odds from William Hill:

1/2 EastEnders
4/1 Doctor Who
5/1 Downton Abbey
8/1 Coronation Street
10/1 The Royle Family Christmas Special
14/1 Call The Midwife
25/1 Strictly Come Dancing Christmas Special
40/1 Emmerdale

Great odds for Call the Midwife. Also, Strictly might be worth a flutter given the weak competition.
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Old 18-12-2012, 15:06
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Sunday 16th December 2012
BBC One
06:00 - Breakfast: 499k (27.3%)
07:35 - Match of the Day: 1.14m (22.3%)
09:00 - The Andrew Marr Show: 1.53m (19.1%)
10:00 - Fern Britton Meets...: 1.01m (11.6%)
11:00 - Sunday Politics: 673k (7.7%)
12:25 - Countryfile: 925k (9.7%)
13:20 - Bargain Hunt: 1.20m (11.7%)
14:05 - Escape to the Country: 1.14m (10.1%)
15:05 - Call the Midwife: 1.26m (9.7%)
16:05 - Lifeline: 1.39m (9.6%)
16:15 - Songs of Praise: 1.65m (10.3%)
16:50 - Nigel Slater's 12 Tastes of Christmas: 2.24m (12.6%)
17:20 - BBC News: 3.71m (19.0%)
17:50 - Countryfile: 6.16m (28.1%)
18:50 - Strictly Come Dancing: 10.73m (42.5%)
* peak: 12.07m (46.0%) at 19:20
19:30 - Sports Personality of the Year 2012: 10.57m (39.6%)
* peak: 14.48m (57.5%) at 22:25
22:30 - BBC News: 8.99m (43.7%)
23:00 - Match of the Day 2: 2.09m (19.9%)

BBC Two
11:00 - Match of the Day Live: 1.24m (13.8%) exc HD
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17:00 - Flog It!: 1.29m (6.6%)
18:00 - Cuba with Simon Reeve: 980k (4.4%)
19:00 - The Great Spanish Crash: 1.26m (4.9%)
20:00 - Fawlty Towers: 1.29m (4.9%)
20:30 - FILM: Calendar Girls: 1.52m (5.5%)
22:15 - QI XL: 1.12m (5.2%)

ITV1
09:30 - There's No Taste Like Home: 294k (3.5%)
10:30 - Dinner Date: 428k (4.8%)
11:30 - Dickinson's Real Deal: 536k (5.9%)
12:30 - ITV News: 625k (6.5%)
12:40 - FILM: Carry On Don't Lose Your Head: 678k (6.7%)
14:20 - The X Factor Final Results: 353k (2.8%)
16:20 - ITV Regional News: 932k (5.9%)
16:35 - ITV News: 1.24m (7.4%)
16:50 - FILM: E.T. The Extra Terrestrial: 1.50m (7.3%)
19:00 - Happy Birthday E.T.: 1.55m (6.1%)
20:00 - The Making of a Lady: 3.30m (12.1%)
21:45 - ITV News: 1.80m (6.6%)
22:00 - FILM: I Am Legend: 810k (4.8%)

Channel 4
09:30 - Sunday Brunch: 636k (7.3%)
11:55 - The Big Bang Theory: 423k (4.5%)
12:20 - The Big Bang Theory: 501k (5.2%)
12:50 - The Simpsons: 534k (5.7%)
13:45 - Deal or No Deal: 486k (4.5%)
14:45 - FILM: Hocus Pocus: 1.07m (8.0%)
16:40 - FILM: Deck the Halls: 1.87m (9.7%)
18:20 - Channel 4 News: 789k (3.5%)
19:00 - Come Dine with Me: 934k (3.7%)
20:00 - River Cottage: 1.42m (5.3%)
21:00 - Homeland: 1.78m (6.5%)
22:00 - Peep Show: 668k (2.7%)

Channel 5
13:30 - FILM: Battle of the Bulbs: 811k (7.4%)
15:15 - FILM: All I Want for Christmas: 1.15m (7.9%)
17:00 - FILM: The Da Vinci Code: 1.42m (6.4%)
20:00 - FILM: Click: 1.14m (4.2%)
22:00 - FILM: Zack and Miri Make A Pound: 615k (3.6%)

Dancc's multichannel round-up is here, whilst some breakdowns can be found here.
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Will I rarely bet but couldn't resist on this one - 20 on Call the Midwife to win Christmas Day. 280 if it does!
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Old 18-12-2012, 15:08
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And it seems Mr Selfridge has been pushed back a week so Ripper Street now has a 2 week head start: https://twitter.com/Coops_tv/status/281032226706161666
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