Monday, September 19, 2011

Doctor Who: The Girl Who Waited - Official Ratings

BARB have published the consolidated viewing figures for Doctor Who: The Girl Who Waited.

Episode nine of this year's series was seen by 7.60 million viewers on BBC One/HD, making it channel's sixth most-watched broadcast of the week.

The rating is considerably higher than the initial overnight figure of 6.0 million.

Unlike the 'overnight' data, the official figures measure the exact timeslot and take into account viewers who record the episode and watch it within seven days of transmission.

The official figures do not, however, include viewers who watched the story online via the BBC iPlayer.

The Girl Who Waited achieved an appreciation index of 85. An Appreciation Index is found by surveying a panel of around 5000 viewers to see what they thought of a particular programme. Is is a score out of 100, with the average BBC TV programme getting 80. A score between 85 and 89 is considered as "excellent".

In Australia, The Girl Who Waited was the seventh most-watched programme of the day with 513,000 viewers in the five capital cities. However this is only an overnight figure, which does not take regional, rural and time-shifted viewers into account.

(Source: The Doctor Who News Page)


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