Non PSB Ratings – Page 18

  • Yonderland
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    Story time a hit for Sky

    2013-11-22T15:38:00Z

    Are you sitting comfortably? Then I’ll begin. Once upon a time, far, far away was a place called Yonderland where who knows what is going on, but it’s quite funny.

  • Yonderland
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    Sport scores over fantasy

    2013-11-15T10:43:00Z

    Not that we didn’t know it already, but after the Champions League deal, the scrap for the next allocation of Premier League rights is going to be epic.

  • Dracula
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    Dracula has bite for Living

    2013-11-08T11:14:00Z

    In 1898, Bram Stoker penned a romantic novel called Miss Betty.

  • The Tunnel
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    The Tunnel sinks to low

    2013-10-31T11:47:00Z

    The Tunnel sunk to a series low for Sky Atlantic on Wednesday – as James Blake picked up this year’s Mercury Prize in front of an audience of 1.4m on Channel 4.

  • Dave Gorman: Modern Life Is Goodish
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    Dave’s Dave is goodish

    2013-10-11T11:25:00Z

    My PE teacher, with barely disguised sarcasm, frequently said that my javelin throwing was “in a league of its own” – more often, it ended up on the chemistry department’s roof.

  • Dave Gorman
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    Dave’s Dave is a good watch

    2013-09-27T15:39:00Z

    It was inevitable that a Dave would have his own show on Dave, and so it proved as Dave Gorman launched his new show to decent numbers.

  • Rizzoli and Isles
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    Alibi cracks it with Rizzoli

    2013-09-19T17:29:00Z

    This week saw a veritable smorgasboard of goings-on as young couples fell in love despite having never met, the staff of North Carolina’s Lizard Lick Towing Recovery Company fended off bullets and fists, while in fiction, a detective and a doc chased down the baddies.

  • Storage Hunters
    Ratings

    A good result for Sky Sports

    2013-09-13T10:25:00Z

    Storage Hunters has found some space. Half the top 10, in fact, as a new series of those pesky cupboards and their contents landed on Dave.

  • body_of_proof.jpg
    Ratings

    You’ll never watch alone

    2013-09-05T15:32:00Z

    The phrase ‘curate’s egg’ barely describes the cornucopia of this week’s review.

  • Chickens
    Ratings

    Chickens falls fowl of Trollied

    2013-08-30T10:13:00Z

    One thing is for sure: 2014 is going to have one or two programmes about World War I dotted about the schedule, or possibly swarming all over it.

  • nikita.jpg
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    Watch hopes for the best

    2013-08-15T12:40:00Z

    Football’s coming but right now it’s impolite to care as cricket takes the plaudits with more stirring performances.

  • storage_hunters
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    Howzat! for a result

    2013-08-09T09:22:00Z

    I am not sure there is any other sport in the world that can have a triumphant, historically significant result brought about directly by rain-induced inaction after four days of fruitless tussling. Which is why you have to love cricket.

  • Olympic Opening Ceremony: Isles of Wonder
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    Olympic ceremony repeat beats Björk & Attenborough

    2013-07-29T12:29:00Z

    Björk’s unlikely collaboration with Sir David Attenborough could barely muster 500,000 viewers for Channel 4 on Saturday and was beaten by a BBC3 repeat of the Olympic opening ceremony.

  • Ashes
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    Sky’s Ashes hit rivals for six

    2013-07-26T09:59:00Z

    I do wish film titles would be less ambiguous. I mean, what could Disney’s Teen Beach Movie be about? Whatever it was, it hooked ’em in.

  • gold_rush
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    Castle is safe bet for Alibi

    2013-07-11T15:43:00Z

    On Saturday, some Lions managed by a Kiwi played some Wallabies led by their own soon-to- be-doomed Kiwi.

  • storage_hunters
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    Pick TV breaks for the Border

    2013-07-04T16:30:00Z

    What was once Sky 3 is now Pick TV, and the Canadian border that you imagine might have a mounted Captain Kirk on the final frontier has delivered nicely.

  • up_the_women
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    Mixed results for BBC4 and Sky female comedies

    2013-05-31T10:28:00Z

    BBC4 suffragette comedy Up the Women failed to make a big impression on Thursday, but Psychobitches more than doubled Sky Arts’ slot average.

  • Honey Boo Boo
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    Honey Boo Boo charms TLC viewers

    2013-05-15T11:57:00Z

    The launch of Here Comes Honey Boo Boo performed well for fledgling UK channel TLC, as Hannibal held its audience for Sky Living in a strong night for multi-channel.

  • Breaking Amish
    Ratings

    TLC launches with 200k peak

    2013-05-01T10:43:00Z

    US import Breaking Amish was TLC’s highest rating show on Tuesday - as the Discovery-owned channel peaked with over 200,000 viewers on its launch night.

  • Youngers
    Ratings

    Youngers draws 450,000 to E4

    2013-03-21T10:59:00Z

    E4’s new drama set on a south London housing estate Youngers pulled in an above average audience of 450,000 as the channel tested debuting an original show in the early evening slot.