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The top 10 sport, factual and current affairs programmes
The top 10 drama, comedy and entertainment programmes.
The top 10 sport, current affairs and children’s programmes.
Primed for the 10pm battle
The top 10 sport, factual and children’s programmes.
The top 10 music arts, comedy and entertainment programmes.
The top 10 factual, drama and current affairs programmes.
The top 10 drama, music and children’s shows.
The top 10 drama, entertainment and factual shows of 2016.
Unpicking a mixed performance
Broadcast unveils a channel-by-channel breakdown of the top-rating shows of 2016 - featuring The Great British Bake Off, Top Gear, I’m A Celebrity and Channel 4’s We’re All Going on a Bear Hunt.
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From flying dogs to Ross Kemp’s encounters with Isis, Sky’s factual shows have to both deliver ratings and woo new subscribers. Stephen Price looks at how this year’s offerings performed.
Factual is at a turning point for ITV as dramas such as The Durrells and Victoria help to plug the gap on Sunday nights and the entertainment juggernauts roll on.
While audiences are down on five years ago, decent ratings are still achievable - especially in drama. Stephen Price examines how what will earn a show a recommission has changed
The second series of Love Island gave Channel 5’s Big Brother a run for its money and, crucially, was a smash with lucrative young audiences. Stephen Price reports
While TV viewing is declining fastest among under-16s, family entertainment is holding their interest and some broadcasters are growing their share of this age group.
Commercial broadcaster is showing marked improvement in daytime, with audience share up 5.6% at the BBC’s expense. Stephen Price reports on the key battlegrounds
ITV’s year is off to a solid start, with share up in all hours and peak following a tough 2015. But after some missteps in drama, it has some way to go to hit the heights of previous years
Digital channels often struggle to attract the kind of audiences enjoyed by their terrestrial rivals, but comedy has been one way for them to compete. Stephen Price reports
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