Top 100

  • The Moorside
    Ratings

    Strong start for Moorside

    2017-02-20T12:33:00Z

    BBC1’s true-life drama captivated 7.2 million, while Let It Shine lost some of its lustre

  • The Good Karma Hospital
    Ratings

    Good karma for ITV

    2017-02-13T11:58:00Z

    Hospital drama launches well against BBC1’s Apple Tree Yard but Not Going Out beats Piers Morgan

  • Still Open All Hours
    Ratings

    Sunday success for BBC1

    2017-02-06T12:13:00Z

    Countryfile, Still Open All Hours and Call The Midwife give channel the upper hand over ITV

  • Call The Midwife
    Ratings

    Midwife delivers for BBC1

    2017-01-27T11:46:00Z

    Period drama tops the table on its return despite attracting its lowest overnight launch audience yet

  • Tina & Bobby
    Ratings

    Football saga a winner

    2017-01-19T11:26:00Z

    ITV’s Bobby Tina launches well, while all three big entertainment shows lose viewers

  • Let It Shine
    Ratings

    Barlow outshines The Voice

    2017-01-13T16:33:00Z

    BBC1’s Let It Shine the winner as TV talent contests go head to head on Saturday night.

  • BBC Sports Personality of the Year
    Ratings

    Sporting champs defeat Midsomer

    2016-12-21T17:06:00Z

    This week a year which historians will ponder for aeons began its final lap. Telly also started wrapping up the autumn in preparation for the looming festivities before unveiling winter’s smorgasbord of goodies.

  • The X Factor
    Ratings

    X Factor ends on flat note

    2016-12-16T17:14:00Z

    Final results show is lowest since 2006, but I’m A Celebrity… finale spares ITV’s blushes

  • Rillington Place
    Ratings

    Strictly pips I'm A Celebrity final

    2016-12-13T14:34:00Z

    I live quite close to what was Rillington Place. It has changed its name since and the houses are modern, but there’s a gap where No.10 would have been. Filling it is a small garden, impaired by history, rather melancholy but quietly dignified.

  • Michael McIntyre’s Big Show
    Ratings

    Big Show adds to X Factor misery

    2016-12-05T10:23:00Z

    After much probably unintended yet welcome hilarity, a teenager finally dropped its Ed Balls. No amount of coquettish pouting on Strictly’s 14th series was going to save this man from the sequinned boot once the red dance-off beam of doom had him in its sights.