The Haunting Of Villa Diodati - Official RatingsBookmark and Share

Monday, 24 February 2020 - Reported by Marcus
The Haunting Of Villa Diodati (Credit: BBC Studios)
Doctor Who, The Haunting Of Villa Diodati, had an official rating of 5.07 million viewers, according to figures released by the Broadcasting Research Audience Board, BARB.

The ratings make the episode the 31st most watched programm across all television channels. It had a 22.9% share of the total TV audience.

In detail 4.95 million watched the episode on a conventional TV set. However the BARB 4-Screen Dashboard shows that an additional 61,000 watched on their PC, 36,000 watched on a Tablet device and 30,000 watched on a smartphone.

Top for the week was White House Farm on ITV with 8.57 million watching. The top BBC programme was the drama Death in Paradise with 8.04 million.

Doctor Who had an Appreciation Index score of 80




Ascension of the Cybermen - Overnight Viewing FiguresBookmark and Share

Monday, 24 February 2020 - Reported by Marcus
Ascension of the Cybermen: Ashad (Patrick O'kane), The Doctor (Jodie Whittaker) (Credit: BBC Studios (Ben Blackallll ))
Doctor Who Ascension of the Cybermen, was watched by 3.71 million viewers in the UK yesterday according to unofficial overnight figures.

The rating, representing 19.1% of the total viewing audience made Doctor Who the 8th most popular show on British Television yesterday. Doctor Who was beaten by its ITV opposition, Dancing on Ice, which had 4.39 million viewers.

Top for the day was Call the Midwife, with 6.29 million viewers. This week the lead into Doctor Who was Countryfile which had 4.84 million watching. The return of Last Tango in Halifax, had 4.89 million viewers. Endeavour on ITV1 had 3.93
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The afternoon Six Nations Rugby match on ITV1 had 4.37 million watching.
On overnight figures, Doctor Who was the 50th most-watched programme of the week.

The overnight figure counts those who watched the show yesterday. Final figures, released next Monday, will include those who recorded the programme and watched it later and are likely to be substantially higher.




Can You Hear Me? - Official RatingsBookmark and Share

Tuesday, 18 February 2020 - Reported by Marcus
Can You Hear Me?: Maryam (Sirine Saba), Tahira (Aruhan Galieva) (Credit: BBC Studios (James Pardon))
Doctor Who, Can You Hear Me?, had an official rating of 4.90 million viewers, according to figures released by the Broadcasting Research Audience Board, BARB.

The episode is the first one to dip below 5 million since the Peter Capaldi story The Eaters of Light in 2017.

The ratings make the episode the 35th most watched programm across all television channels. It had a 21.6% share of the total TV audience.

Doctor Who sliped behind the opposition on ITV, Dancing On Ice, which had 5.26 million viewers.

Top for the week was Call the Midwife on ITV with 8.21 million watching.

Doctor Who had an Appreciation Index score of 78




The Haunting Of Villa Diodati - Overnight FiguresBookmark and Share

Monday, 17 February 2020 - Reported by Marcus
The Haunting Of Villa Diodati (Credit: BBC Studios)Doctor Who The Haunting Of Villa Diodati, was watched by 3.86 million viewers in the UK yesterday according to unofficial overnight figures.

The rating, representing 19.7% of the total viewing audience made Doctor Who the seventh most popular show on British Television yesterday. Doctor Who was beaten by its ITV opposition, Dancing on Ice, which had 4.63 million viewers.

Top for the day was Call the Midwife, with 6.25 million viewers. This week the lead into Doctor Who was Countryfile which had 4.91 million watching. The Agatha Christie mystery, The Pale Horse, had 4.07 million viewers. Endeavour on ITV1 had 4.08

This week's storm was Dennis, which drew 4.95 million to the late evening News.

On overnight figures, Doctor Who was the 44th most-watched programme of the week.

The overnight figure counts those who watched the show yesterday. Final figures, released next Monday, will include those who recorded the programme and watched it later and are likely to be substantially higher.




Praxeus - Official RatingsBookmark and Share

Monday, 10 February 2020 - Reported by Marcus
Doctor Who, Praxeus, had an official rating of 5.22 million viewers, according to figures released by the Broadcasting Research Audience Board, BARB.

The ratings make the episode the 12th most watched on BBC Television for the week and the 28th across all television. It had a 23.5% share of the total TV audience.

Doctor Who did just beat the opposition on ITV, Dancing On Ice, which had 5.06 million viewers.

In detail 5.09 million watched the episode on a conventional TV set. However the BARB 4-Screen Dashboard shows that an additional 63,000 watched on their PC, 38,000 watched on a Tablet device and 30,000 watched on a smartphone.

Top for the week was White House Farm on ITV with 8.27 million watching.

Doctor Who had an Appreciation Index score of 78




Can You Hear Me? - Overnight Viewing FiguresBookmark and Share

Monday, 10 February 2020 - Reported by Marcus
Can You Hear Me?: Yaz (Mandip Gill), Ryan (Tosin Cole), The Doctor (Jodie Whittaker), Tibo (Buom Tihngang), Graham (Bradley Walsh) (Credit: BBC Studios (James Pardon))Doctor Who Can You Hear Me?, was watched by 3.81 million viewers in the UK yesterday according to unofficial overnight figures.

The rating, representing 18.8% of the total viewing audience made Doctor Who the seventh most popular show on British Television yesterday. Doctor Who was beaten by its ITV opposition, Dancing on Ice, which had 4.84 million viewers.

Top for the day was Call the Midwife, with 6.39 million viewers. This week the lead into Doctor Who was Countryfile which had 5.24 million watching. The Agatha Christie mystery, The Pale Horse, had 4.81 million viewers.

On the day that storm Ciara hit the UK BBC News had a boost with 5.48 million watching the 10pm bulletin.

On overnight figures, Doctor Who was the 49th most watched programme of the week.

The overnight figure counts those who watched the show yesterday. Final figures, released next Monday, will include those who recorded the programme and watched it later and are likely to be substantially higher.




Fugitive of the Judoon - Official RatingsBookmark and Share

Monday, 3 February 2020 - Reported by Marcus
Fugitive of the Judoon: The Doctor (Jodie Whittaker), Ruth Clayton (Jo Martin) (Credit: BBC Studios (Ben Blackall ))Doctor Who,Fugitive of the Judoon, had an official rating of 5.57 million viewers, according to figures released by the Broadcasting Research Audience Board, BARB.

The ratings make the episode the 8th most watched on BBC Television for the week and the 23rd across all television. It had a 24.5% share of the total TV audience.

Doctor Who did beat the opposition on ITV, Dancing On Ice, which had 5.0 0million viewers.

In detail 5.42 million watched the episode on a conventional TV set. However the BARB 4-Screen Dashboard shows that an additional 73,000 watched on their PC, 43,000 watched on a Tablet device and 38,000 watched on a smartphone.

Top for the week was Call the Midwife on BBC One with 8.31 million watching.

Doctor Who had an Appreciation Index score of 83




Praxeus - Overnight Viewing FiguresBookmark and Share

Monday, 3 February 2020 - Reported by Marcus
Doctor Who Praxeus, was watched by 3.97 million viewers in the UK yesterday according to unofficial overnight figures.

The rating, representing 20.2% of the total viewing audience made Doctor Who the fourth most popular show on British Television yesterday. Doctor Who was beaten by its ITV opposition, Dancing on Ice, which had 4.49 million viewers.

Top for the day was Call the Midwife, with 6.15 million viewers. This week the lead into Doctor Who was Countryfile which had 5.07million watching. Meanwhile The BAFTA Film Awards had 3.03 million watching. The highest rated programme on ITV was Vera with 5.43 million viewers.

Doctor Who was the 45th highest rated programme for the week on overnight figures.

The overnight figure counts those who watched the show yesterday. Final figures, released next Monday, will include those who recorded the programme and watched it later and are likely to be substantially higher.




Nikola Tesla - Official RatingsBookmark and Share

Monday, 27 January 2020 - Reported by Marcus
Nikola Tesla's Night of Terror: Skithra (Credit: BBC Studios (Ben Blackall))Doctor Who, Nikola Tesla's Night of Terror, had an official rating of 5.20 million viewers, according to figures released by the Broadcasting Research Audience Board, BARB.

The ratings make the episode the 11th most watched on BBC Television for the week and the 28th across all television. It had a 22.9% share of the total TV audience.

Doctor Who did beat the opposition on ITV, Dancing On Ice, which had 5.01 million viewers.

In detail 5.07 million watched the episode on a conventional TV set. However the BARB 4-Screen Dashboard shows that an additional 63,000 watched on their PC, 37,000 watched on a Tablet device and 30,000 watched on a smartphone.

Top for the week was Call the Midwife on BBC One with 8.22 million watching.

Doctor Who had an Appreciation Index score of 79




Judoon - Overnight Viewing FiguresBookmark and Share

Monday, 27 January 2020 - Reported by Marcus
Fugitive of the Judoon: Judoon Captain (Credit: BBC Studios (James Pardon))Doctor Who Fugitive of the Judoon, was watched by 4.21 million viewers in the UK yesterday according to unofficial overnight figures.

The rating, representing 21.2% of the total viewing audience made Doctor Who the sixth most popular show on British Television yesterday. Although it closed the gap, Doctor Who was beaten by its ITV opposition, Dancing on Ice, which had 4.42 million viewers.

Top for the day was Call the Midwife, with 6.51 million viewers. This week the lead into Doctor Who was The FA Cup which had 4.59 million watching. Meanwhile the drama The Trial of Christine Keeler had 3.78 million watching. The highest rated programme on ITV was Vera with 5.37 million viewers.

Doctor Who was the 39th highest rated programme for the week on overnight figures.

The overnight figure counts those who watched the show yesterday. Final figures, released next Monday, will include those who recorded the programme and watched it later and are likely to be substantially higher.




Orphan 55 - Official RatingsBookmark and Share

Monday, 20 January 2020 - Reported by Marcus
Orphan 55: Ryan (Tosin Cole), Yaz (Mandip Gill), Bella (Gia Re), The Doctor (Jodie Whittaker) (Credit: BBC Studios (Ben Blackall))Doctor Who, Orphan 55, had an official rating of 5.38 million viewers, according to figures released by the Broadcasting Research Audience Board, BARB.

The ratings make the episode the 10th most watched on BBC Television for the week and the 25th across all television. It had a 23.7% share of the total TV audience.

Doctor Who did beat the opposition on ITV, Dancing On Ice, which had 5.10 million viewers.

In detail 5.25 million watched the episode on a conventional TV set. However the BARB 4-Screen Dashboard shows that an additional 66,000 watched on their PC, 37,000 watched on a Tablet device and 29,000 watched on a smartphone.

Top for the week was Silent Witness on BBC One with 8.54 million watching.

Orphan 55 had an Appreciation Index score of 77




Doctor Who - Overnight Viewing FiguresBookmark and Share

Monday, 20 January 2020 - Reported by Marcus
Nikola Tesla's Night of Terror: Yaz (Mandip Gill), The Doctor (Jodie Whittaker), Ryan (Tosin Cole) (Credit: BBC Studios (Ben Blackall))Doctor Who Nikola Tesla's Night of Terror, was watched by 4.04 million viewers in the UK yesterday according to unofficial overnight figures.

The rating, representing 20.0% of the total viewing audience made Doctor Who the sixth most popular show on British Television yesterday. Doctor Who was beaten by its ITV opposition, Dancing on Ice, which had 4.52 million viewers.

Top for the day was Call the Midwife, with 6.33 million viewers. Countryfile, the lead into Doctor Who, had 5.23 million. The drama The Trial of Christine Keeler had 3.46 million watching. The late News managed 4.38 million viewers, pushing The Doctor into sixth place.

The episode was the 50th highest rated programme for the week on overnight figures.

The overnight figure counts those who watched the show yesterday. Final figures, released next Monday, will include those who recorded the programme and watched it later and are likely to be substantially higher.




Spyfall - Official RatingsBookmark and Share

Monday, 13 January 2020 - Reported by Marcus
Spyfall: Ada Lovelace (Sylvie Briggs), Charles Babbage (Mark Dexter), The Doctor (Jodie Whittaker) (Credit: BBC Studios (Ben Blackall))
The first episode of the new season of Doctor Who, Spyfall, had an official rating of 6.89 million viewers, according to figures released by the Broadcasting Research Audience Board, BARB. The conclusion of the story, shown four days later on BBC One had 6.07 million viewers.

The ratings were considerably higher than the initial overnight figure and makes the two episodes the 4th and 6th most watched on BBC Television for the week and the 8th and 16th across all television.

For Spyfall, Part One 6.70 million watched the episode on a conventional TV set. However the BARB 4-Screen Dashboard shows that an additional 101,000 watched on their PC, 49,000 watched on a Tablet device and 27,000 watched on a smartphone.

For Spyfall, Part Two 5.91 million watched the episode on a conventional TV set with an additional 85,000 watched on their PC, 46,000 watched on a Tablet device and 34,000 watched on a smartphone.

The ratings are down on the opening years of last season but are scoring higher than Series 10

Top for the week was the New Year Fireworks on BBC One getting 10.84 million watching, 2 million down on last year.

Each episode of Skyfall had an Appreciation Index score of 82




Orphan 55 - Overnight Viewing FiguresBookmark and Share

Monday, 13 January 2020 - Reported by Marcus
Orphan 55: Graham (Bradley Walsh) (Credit: BBC Studios (Ben Blackall))Doctor Who Orphan 55, was watched by 4.19 million viewers in the UK yesterday according to unofficial overnight figures.

The rating, representing 20.9% of the total viewing audience made Doctor Who the fifth most popular show on British Television yesterday. Doctor Who was beaten by its ITV opposition, Dancing on Ice, which had 4.51 million viewers.

Top for the day was Call the Midwife, with 6.24 million viewers. Countryfile, the lead into Doctor Who, had 5.13 million. The drama The Trial of Christine Keeler had 3.67 million watching.

The overnight figure counts those who watched the show yesterday. Final figures, released next Monday, will include those who recorded the programme and watched it later and are likely to be substantially higher.