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  • Midsomer eats into Wolf Hall

    WEDNESDAY: ITV’s Midsomer Murders returned for its 17th series with an audience that took a bite out of Wolf Hall, which lost 1m viewers.

  • Auschwitz doc moves 1.2m

    TUESDAY: BBC2’s documentary Touched By Auschwitz fell just short of the channel’s slot average on Holocaust Memorial Day.

  • Broadchurch hits halfway point with 5.6m

    MONDAY: ITV’s Broadchurch hit its halfway point with its lowest ever audience, but leapfrogged BBC1’s Silent Witness to win the 9pm slot.

  • Top Gear drives off with 5.3m

    SUNDAY: BBC2’s Top Gear drove off with 5.3m for its first episode of a new run, narrowly below last year’s launch, while ITV’s Mr Selfridge returned to its lowest ever audience. 


Top consolidated shows Video

5 January 2015 - 11 January 2015


Top 100 network programmes Video

ITV’s Broadchurch loses 1.4 million viewers in head-to-head clash with BBC1’s Silent Witness


Top 30 shows (BBC2, C4, C5) Video

C4’s single doc Angry White And Proud beat slot average by 1 million (Weds, 9pm)


Top 30 multichannel programmes Video

ITV3’s second highest-rated show of the week was Doc Martin (1 million/5%) at 7pm on Saturday, followed at 8pm by its highest-rated, Midsomer Murders (1.4 million/6%).


Top 50 Non-PSB shows Video

Sports News HQ’s Gillette Soccer Saturday achieved 554,000/5% from midday, complete with its own fire alarm evacuation.


The top 10 shows of 2014: by channel Video

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