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Old 06-02-2013, 12:17
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Surprised midsomer didn't hit harder
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Old 06-02-2013, 12:23
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Such a shame as it was a brilliant episode last night. I watched it on +1 so as not to miss Death in Paradise, I wonder if others do the same?
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Old 06-02-2013, 12:23
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Surprised midsomer didn't hit harder
It did well for a repeat. Better than Marple a few weeks ago and better than the Millionaire repeats.
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Old 06-02-2013, 12:29
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Ah thought it was a new one makes sense now! Death in paradise seems unstoppable just now. A very touching mary berry story last night too deserved her audience and it sounds as if she is really chuffed to be popular again with bake off what a nice lady
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Old 06-02-2013, 12:31
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DS Soaps Roundup http://www.digitalspy.co.uk/soaps/s1...ing-drama.html

19:00 Emmerdale - 7.07m (30.0%) [+1: 169k (0.7%)]

19:30 Eastenders - 5.95m (24.4%)
22:30 Eastenders - 876k (6.0%)

18:30 Hollyoaks - 1.22m (5.6%)
19:00 Hollyoaks - 885k (3.9%) [+1: 173k (0.8%)]

13:45 Neighbours - 746k (9.6%)
17:30 Neighbours - 924k (5.2%)

18:00 Home and Away - 690k (3.4%)
18:30 Home and Away - 447k (2.1%)
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Old 06-02-2013, 12:54
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DS ratings are up:

http://www.digitalspy.co.uk/tv/news/...y-ratings.html

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Old 06-02-2013, 14:03
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Old 06-02-2013, 14:27
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Mary Berry Story did very well then with over 3 million. I bet the demos are awful though!
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Old 06-02-2013, 14:40
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So Emmerdale beats EE by 1.1m. Looking back to the clash 2 weeks ago Emmerdale had 7m against EE's 6.6m. So whereas Emmerdale has increased slightly - its EE that's suffered the biggest decline of 0.6m.

The thing with the clash is that Emmerdale isn't really affected at all. It still posts about the same as it would without the clash. Last Tuesday it had 7.3m so only suffered a 0.2m dip. And what with the Thursday 8pm episode struggling of late maybe merging the two back together would be the best idea (obviously not for EE fans) but that second Thursday episode has been rating between 6.5-7.0m over the last few weeks so maybe it makes sense.

*Runs off and hides before the EE backlash starts*
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Old 06-02-2013, 14:52
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In its early 90s peak, Gladiators used to get 9-13m. Would build considerably over an autumn run as the nights drew in.

No idea what it fell to by time it was axed.
Thanks. I think a decent idea for a new show would be to have new glads but the originals be there as well as coaches and managers. That way we have new fresh young faces, as well as the legends. I reckon it would do very well on ITV especially after the lack of good shows on Saturdays lately.

6:30pm- Harry Hill's TV Burp
7:30pm- Gladiators
8:30pm- Take Me Out
9:30pm- (film)

I reckon that would be a decent ITV lineup.
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Old 06-02-2013, 14:52
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Demographic Information for BBC1 and ITV for Monday 28th January to Sunday 3rd February: http://i46.tinypic.com/ke92lv.jpg

Top programmes for the week among 18-49 year olds from that list (excludes soaps and news) were:

1. Miranda: 11.3
2. Mrs Brown's Boys: 10.2
3. Call The Midwife: 8.0
4. Splash!: 7.9
5. Take Me Out: 7.9
6. Six Nations: England v Scotland: 7.7
7. Dancing on Ice: 7.6
8. Africa: 7.4
9. The Jonathan Ross Show: 6.1
10. Ripper Street: 6.0

Note: Each number indicates the % of the UK 18-49 population. For e.g. 11.3% of 18-49 year olds living in the UK watched Miranda
These are great rzt do you have the demos for Graham Norton by any chance? Thanks
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Old 06-02-2013, 15:14
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How's Alam Titchmarsh been doing this last week or so? Is he still ITV's lowest rated daytime programme? Is he still rating under a million.

I'm just asking cos I've got a day off work and Titchmarsh is on the TV and I can see why nobody wants to watch him. He's someone who always seems so pleased with himself.
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Old 06-02-2013, 15:22
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These are great rzt do you have the demos for Graham Norton by any chance? Thanks
...and do BARB do demos based on viewers' sexuality?

Reminds me of the of Benny Hill sketch where Fred Scuttle did the ratings for Thames TV.

"All our viewers are broken down by age and sex.....into categories"

"Some people get up in the morning and watch the test card while eating breakfast"

Henry McGee: "Addicts?"

"Could be, could be egg and bacon"

(this was in the days before breakfast TV)
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Old 06-02-2013, 15:39
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And how did the revival do on Sky1? I'm sure it was doing decently so shocked that they axed it after 2 series.
Gladiators Ratings (Sky1)

Series 1 (2008)
Episode 1: 1,564,000
Episode 2: 1,257,000
Episode 3: 935k
Episode 4: 844k
Episode 5: 588k
Episode 6: 734k
Episode 7: 671k
Episode 8: 656k
Episode 9: 643k
Episode 10: 349k
Episode 11: 558k
Episode 12: 479k
Episode 13: 628k
Episode 14: 740k
Episode 15: 511k
Episode 16: 702k
Return of the Gladiators: 1,159,000

Series 2 (2009)
Episode 1: 748k
Episode 2: 621k
Episode 3: n/a
Episode 4: n/a
Episode 5: n/a
Episode 6: n/a
Episode 7: 548k
Episode 8: 605k
Episode 9: n/a
Episode 10: n/a
Episode 11: n/a
Episode 12: n/a

All ratings are official consolidated ratings.

Episodes with an n/a means the episode didn't make the Sky1 Top 10.

Series 1 held up OK but was very up and down as you can see. Series 2 hardly ever made the Sky1 Top 10 but alot would be under/around 500k. Hope that helps.
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Old 06-02-2013, 16:33
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Smash returned to NBC with a 1.1 according to tvbythenumbers ...

Considering the relative strength of NBC dramas this season, seems like it's pretty much over... considering Revolution is averaging 3.1 and Parenthood, Chicago Fire & L&O:SVU are at a decent 1.8.
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Old 06-02-2013, 16:48
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How's Alam Titchmarsh been doing this last week or so? Is he still ITV's lowest rated daytime programme? Is he still rating under a million.

I'm just asking cos I've got a day off work and Titchmarsh is on the TV and I can see why nobody wants to watch him. He's someone who always seems so pleased with himself.
Yesterday 3-4:

BBC1
2.45 Only Fools and Horses 1.04m (13.7%)
3.15-4.00 Perfection 1.20m (13.7%)

BBC2
2.45 Reel History of Britain 233k (3.1%)
3.15-4.15 Rick Stein's Far Eastern Odyssey 475k (5.1%)

ITV
3.00-4.00 The Alan Titchmarsh Show 1.19m (14.2%)

C4
2.40 Countdown 445k (5.8%)
3.30-4.00 Face the Clock 358k (4%)

C5
2.15 NCIS 310k (4.2%)
3.15-5.00 The Music Teacher 472k (4.5%)

SKY1
3.00-4.00 Stargate SG-1 12k (0.1%)

E4
3.00-4.00 Charmed 118k (1.4%)

ITV2
3.05-4.10 The Jeremy Kyle Show 454k (5.4%)
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Old 06-02-2013, 16:52
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So Emmerdale beats EE by 1.1m. Looking back to the clash 2 weeks ago Emmerdale had 7m against EE's 6.6m. So whereas Emmerdale has increased slightly - its EE that's suffered the biggest decline of 0.6m.

The thing with the clash is that Emmerdale isn't really affected at all. It still posts about the same as it would without the clash. Last Tuesday it had 7.3m so only suffered a 0.2m dip. And what with the Thursday 8pm episode struggling of late maybe merging the two back together would be the best idea (obviously not for EE fans) but that second Thursday episode has been rating between 6.5-7.0m over the last few weeks so maybe it makes sense.

*Runs off and hides before the EE backlash starts*
When EE gets the headstart, Emmerdale drops to 4m........

Tom Spilsbury mentioned this yesterday then TV Ratings found the stats. @TVRatingsUK: EastEnders in January was down 690k year-on-year, averaging 8.27m. Emmerdale was down 330k to an average of 7.23m. @TVRatingsUK: In January @itvcorrie had an overnight average of 9.16m, 30,000 up on the same month last year.
I posted them here a few days ago
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Old 06-02-2013, 16:54
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Might be a daft question, and no doubt one answered before, but how do they 'do' ratings? Is it extrapolated from a representative sample, like opinion polling or surveys, or is it actual raw figures?
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Old 06-02-2013, 16:57
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Yesterday 3-4:

BBC1
2.45 Only Fools and Horses 1.04m (13.7%)
3.15-4.00 Perfection 1.20m (13.7%)

BBC2
2.45 Reel History of Britain 233k (3.1%)
3.15-4.15 Rick Stein's Far Eastern Odyssey 475k (5.1%)

ITV
3.00-4.00 The Alan Titchmarsh Show 1.19m (14.2%)

C4
2.40 Countdown 445k (5.8%)
3.30-4.00 Face the Clock 358k (4%)

C5
2.15 NCIS 310k (4.2%)
3.15-5.00 The Music Teacher 472k (4.5%)

SKY1
3.00-4.00 Stargate SG-1 12k (0.1%)

E4
3.00-4.00 Charmed 118k (1.4%)

ITV2
3.05-4.10 The Jeremy Kyle Show 454k (5.4%)
Thanks for that.

Titchmarsh doing okay then.

Fools And Horses probably suffering from too many repeats. Maybe they should dig out Hyacinth Bucket for a change.

Jeremy Kyle on ITV2 beating Countdown and Beat The Clock on Channel 4. A on behalf of C4.

Rick Stein helping BBC2 to 3rd place in the slot so that's not bad for them.
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Old 06-02-2013, 17:02
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Might be a daft question, and no doubt one answered before, but how do they 'do' ratings? Is it extrapolated from a representative sample, like opinion polling or surveys, or is it actual raw figures?
Here's the explanation from the BARB website, BARB being the company that compile the ratings.

http://www.barb.co.uk/resources/refe...-do-what-we-do
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Old 06-02-2013, 17:03
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Smash returned to NBC with a 1.1 according to tvbythenumbers ...

Considering the relative strength of NBC dramas this season, seems like it's pretty much over... considering Revolution is averaging 3.1 and Parenthood, Chicago Fire & L&O:SVU are at a decent 1.8.
Coming after a good fall, midseason has been a nightmare for NBC - Do No Harm set a record low for any scripted premiere on a broadcast network. Deception is barely above a 1 on Mondays. Now Smash is down 71% from its first season premiere. Their Tuesday comedies plunged without The Voice lead-in. The Biggest Loser's solid Monday performance is probably the only positive for them so far in 2013.
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Old 06-02-2013, 17:03
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...and do BARB do demos based on viewers' sexuality?

Reminds me of the of Benny Hill sketch where Fred Scuttle did the ratings for Thames TV.

"All our viewers are broken down by age and sex.....into categories"

"Some people get up in the morning and watch the test card while eating breakfast"

Henry McGee: "Addicts?"

"Could be, could be egg and bacon"

(this was in the days before breakfast TV)
I don't get that.

Obviously "addicts" was supposed to be misheard for a type of breakfast foodstuff but what?
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Old 06-02-2013, 17:05
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So Dallas is on the move on Channel 5. @RadioTimes: Under-performing Dallas moved to late-night slot on Channel 5 http://t.co/VOOzOCDo
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Old 06-02-2013, 17:07
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Wonder if C5 will move Dallas back to 9pm or to 10pm for the episode where JR dies.
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Old 06-02-2013, 17:17
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So Dallas is on the move on Channel 5. @RadioTimes: Under-performing Dallas moved to late-night slot on Channel 5 http://t.co/VOOzOCDo
A shame their moving it to an 11pm slot. It will must certainly die in that slot. I would have preferred an 8 or 10pm slot but from the first two weeks figures it appears C5 have lost all confidence in it already.
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