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Shannon Patrick Sullivan

20/04/2005 3:34 PM

"The Unquiet Dead" final figures

"The Unquiet Dead" finished with 8.86m viewers according to BARB's
timeshifted figures. That put the episode 5th for the week -- behind
episodes of "Coronation Street", "Eastenders", "Emmerdale" and
"Heartbeat".

Whereas "Doctor Who" increased by about 600,000 viewers once timeshifting
was factored in, "Ant and Dec" saw a rise of only about 100,000. It
appears likely, then, that "Aliens Of London" will end up beating "Ant and
Dec" once its timeshifted figures are available next week.

Shannon

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Shannon Patrick Sullivan

in reply to Shannon Patrick Sullivan on 20/04/2005 3:34 PM

20/04/2005 6:59 PM

Somewhere in time and space, The Doctor said:
> Aunt and Decked seems to be appropriate. Still DW is doing great
> in the UK. What about Canada?

Overnights for "The Unquiet Dead" aren't out yet (and it's the good folks
at DWIN who obtain them, not me). I'd imagine they'll be known tomorrow or
Friday.

Shannon

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in reply to Shannon Patrick Sullivan on 20/04/2005 3:34 PM

20/04/2005 6:51 PM

In article <[email protected]>,
Shannon Patrick Sullivan <[email protected]> wrote:
>"The Unquiet Dead" finished with 8.86m viewers according to BARB's
>timeshifted figures. That put the episode 5th for the week -- behind
>episodes of "Coronation Street", "Eastenders", "Emmerdale" and
>"Heartbeat".
>
>Whereas "Doctor Who" increased by about 600,000 viewers once timeshifting
>was factored in, "Ant and Dec" saw a rise of only about 100,000. It
>appears likely, then, that "Aliens Of London" will end up beating "Ant and
>Dec" once its timeshifted figures are available next week.
>

Aunt and Decked seems to be appropriate. Still DW is doing great
in the UK. What about Canada?
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Shannon Patrick Sullivan

in reply to Shannon Patrick Sullivan on 20/04/2005 3:34 PM

20/04/2005 4:31 PM

Somewhere in time and space, Ian Salsbury said:
> Good news. Do the BBC3 figures get factored in at all?
>
Nope.

Shannon

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Igenlode

in reply to Shannon Patrick Sullivan on 20/04/2005 3:34 PM

21/04/2005 9:36 PM

"Ian Salsbury" <[email protected]> wrote in message <[email protected]>

> "Shannon Patrick Sullivan" <[email protected]> wrote in message
> news:[email protected]

> > Whereas "Doctor Who" increased by about 600,000 viewers once timeshifting
> > was factored in, "Ant and Dec" saw a rise of only about 100,000. It
> > appears likely, then, that "Aliens Of London" will end up beating "Ant and
> > Dec" once its timeshifted figures are available next week.
>
> Good news. Do the BBC3 figures get factored in at all?

I know of at least one overseas viewer in Europe who gets the BBC on
cable or satellite and has started watching "Doctor Who" regularly...
and I'm sure those services don't get counted in!
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"Ian Salsbury"

in reply to Shannon Patrick Sullivan on 20/04/2005 3:34 PM

20/04/2005 3:42 PM

"Shannon Patrick Sullivan" <[email protected]> wrote in message
news:[email protected]
> "The Unquiet Dead" finished with 8.86m viewers according to BARB's
> timeshifted figures. That put the episode 5th for the week -- behind
> episodes of "Coronation Street", "Eastenders", "Emmerdale" and
> "Heartbeat".
>
> Whereas "Doctor Who" increased by about 600,000 viewers once timeshifting
> was factored in, "Ant and Dec" saw a rise of only about 100,000. It
> appears likely, then, that "Aliens Of London" will end up beating "Ant and
> Dec" once its timeshifted figures are available next week.

Good news. Do the BBC3 figures get factored in at all? I read that AOL got
600,000 viewers there, which is far higher than the sort of figures they
normally get ( and indeed better than much of Sky One`s figures ). I`m sure
plenty of people that are out on a saturday night don`t bother to tape the
show in the knowledge they can catch it again on the sunday night.


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