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By:
BigRob1
When: 24 Dec 15 18:52
Does anyone fancy the queen to do well ,, the odd bookies are combining both bbc and itv figures ,the fact she won combined last year 14/1 seems big this year both channels combined ?

Viewing figures were down last year my theory is most now have recording sky boxes or similar and record things like eastenders and mrs browns boys but anyone watching the queen will watch it live .
By:
BigRob1
When: 24 Dec 15 19:20
Ignore my post boyles have took the market down they had the 14/1.


Boyles rules
"Appplies to Top Viewing Figures as appears on BBC.com on the 26/12/2015 .Doesn't include +1 viewing figures "
By:
timbuctooth
When: 24 Dec 15 19:44
Wasn`t there speculation last year that the Queen was going to say something important, possibly re. abdication?
By:
againstthecrowd
When: 24 Dec 15 19:53
Yes there was a bit, the queen had not topped the day for years but dont forget it only topped things with both channels , whereas most bookies and betfair exchange have channel broadcasts  as separate ITV and BBC for queen
By:
timbuctooth
When: 25 Dec 15 01:36
Don`t watch tv, but left a few bets up, see what was taken, and hope for the best. Only three bits matched; 10.0 SCD (happy with that, as all the shrewdies seem to be on), 160 CTM (no idea if that`s value or not), and laid MBB at 1.53 (gotta take on these shorties!)

Merry Christmas.
By:
kh89
When: 25 Dec 15 10:12
Xmas Eve ratings.

Coronation Street: 6.26m (28.1%) ITV1/+1
EastEnders: 5.70m (24.8%) BBC1
Emmerdale: 5.54m (26.3%) ITV/+1
Peter Kay: 20 Years of Funny: 4.84m (22.7%) BBC1
Pointless Celebrities Christmas Special: 3.87m (18.3%) BBC1
Walliams & Friend: 3.83m (20.4%) BBC1
Would I Lie to You: 3.56m (16.0%) BBC1
Celebrity Mastermind: 3.55m (18.1%) BBC1
Finding Nemo: 3.17m (22.3%) BBC1
Not Going Out: 2.92m (19.2%) BBC1
The Abba Christmas Party: 2.80m (12.6%) ITV/+1
Professor Branestawm: 2.47m (13.9%)
Through the Christmas Keyhole: 2.18m (12.3%) ITV/+1
By:
Cider
When: 26 Dec 15 09:41
DA 6.9m: (29.6%)
Call the Midwife: 5.80m (24.5%)
EastEnders: 5.73m (23.8%)
By:
timbuctooth
When: 26 Dec 15 10:35
Are they the `overnight` figures? Has DA won?
By:
bearcub
When: 26 Dec 15 10:35
Yes Timothy
By:
bearcub
When: 26 Dec 15 10:36
Downton 6.9m
Strictly 6.5m
Mrs Brown 6.4m
Stick Man 6.4m
Corrie 5.9m
Call the Midwife 5.8m
Doctor Who 5.8m
EastEnders 5.7m
Brave 5.5m
By:
timbuctooth
When: 26 Dec 15 10:36
Very quick reply, bear! So the odds-on jolly unplaced? Small winner for me.
By:
timbuctooth
When: 26 Dec 15 10:37
Sorry, just seen your full list.
By:
bearcub
When: 26 Dec 15 10:42
Although there are some conflicting figures about Tim, and the rules aren't as clear as they ought to be
By:
BigRob1
When: 26 Dec 15 10:43
UK TV Ratings ‏@RatingsUK  51m51 minutes ago
The Queen: 6.1m on BBC1, 1.3m on ITV.

The combined figure of 7.4m makes it yesterday's most watched.



Thats strange as l cant see the queen 6.1m bbc on the lists yet they are saying she was most watched combined
By:
timbuctooth
When: 26 Dec 15 10:48
What sort of confusion? Just re. TQS, as Big Rob is talking about?
By:
bearcub
When: 26 Dec 15 10:53
26 DECEMBER 2015 - 9:42AM | POSTED BY STEPHEN LEPITAK
The Queen's Speech simulcast on BBC1 and ITV1 is the most watched TV programme on Christmas Day

The Queen has won the Christmas TV ratings battle with an overall audience of 7.82 million, broadcast simultaneously on BBC1 and ITV at 3pm, with Mrs Browns Boys second in the overnight figures with 7.61 million as figures overall fell on last year.

According to figures released by the Broadcasters' Audience Research Board (BARB), including both the Queen’s Speech and Mrs Brown’s Boys, of the 10 most watched programmes on Christmas Day, BB1 broadcast seven with Eastenders (7.55 million), Strictly Come Dancing (6.98 million), Call the Midwife (6.83 million) and Doctor Who (6.34 million).

The Queen attracted 5.71 million viewers on BBC 1, but only 2.11 on ITV.

Aside from broadcasting the Queen’s speech, ITV’s best watch programme for the day was Coronation Street (6.41 million), then Emmerdale (5.53 million) and the final episode of Downton Abbey  (5.52 million) which was the 10th most watched show of the day.


That article would give it to MBB
By:
bearcub
When: 26 Dec 15 10:55
Luckily I have horses to distract me so I'll let others figure it out
By:
timbuctooth
When: 26 Dec 15 10:55
WHAAAAAAT??? Now you`re telling me my only loser actually won? Are you mugging off the old hippy?
By:
bearcub
When: 26 Dec 15 10:56
I think them are Peak figures Tim
By:
timbuctooth
When: 26 Dec 15 11:25
OK, after looking elsewhere, seems DA is the winner, at least for those bookies settling on the overnight figures. Which will be most of them.
By:
againstthecrowd
When: 26 Dec 15 11:28
Figures in post of Bearcub look like last year's... Ive seen Downton as winner on what looked a proper site but no places shown there..
By:
kh89
When: 26 Dec 15 11:31
Christmas Day 2015 - Overnights
BBC One
06:00 - Breakfast: 1.26m (32.4%)
09:00 - Shrek the Halls: 2.18m (25.6%)
09:20 - Clangers: 1.77m (19.5%)
09:35 - Danger Mouse: 1.42m (14.4%)
10:00 - Christmas Day Service Live from Bath Abbey: 1.13m (10.0%)
11:00 - FILM: The Santa Clause 3: The Escape Clause: 1.50m (12.3%)
12:25 - FILM: Madagascar 3: Europe's Most Wanted: 2.26m (18.5%)
13:50 - BBC News at One: 2.34m (20.1%)
14:00 - Top of the Pops Christmas: 2.83m (23.1%)
15:00 - The Queen: 6.10m (39.1%)
15:10 - FILM: Brave: 5.50m (35.4%)
16:35 - BBC News: 5.36m (32.5%)
16:45 - Stick Man: 6.36m (34.5%)
17:15 - Doctor Who: 5.77m (29.4%)
18:15 - Strictly Come Dancing Christmas Special: 6.49m (30.3%)
19:30 - Call the Midwife Christmas Special: 5.80m (24.5%)
20:45 - EastEnders: 5.73m (23.8%)
21:45 - Mrs Brown's Boys Christmas Special: 6.41m (27.7%)
22:25 - Michael McIntyre's Big Christmas Show: 3.62m (20.4%)

BBC Two
18:30 - World's Sneakiest Animals: 1.10m (5.1%)
19:30 - Dad's Army: 1.53m (6.5%)
20:00 - The Two Ronnies Christmas Special: 1.47m (6.2%)
20:50 - Darcey's Ballet Heroes: 1.01m (4.2%)
21:50 - QI: 0.81m (3.5%)
22:20 - We're Doomed! The Dad's Army Story: 0.94m (5.1%)

ITV (inc +1)
09:25 - FILM: Santa Claus: The Movie: 1.68m (15.3%)
11:30 - FILM: Happy Feet: 1.56m (12.6%)
15:00 - HM The Queen: 1.34m (8.6%)
15:10 - Cameraman to the Queen: 1.05m (6.9%)
16:10 - Countrywise Winter Wonderland: 1.17m (7.0%)
17:00 - Paul O'Grady: For the Love of Dogs at Christmas: 3.15m (16.2%)
18:00 - ITV Evening News: 3.61m (18.1%)
18:15 - You've Been Framed!: 3.08m (14.9%)
18:45 - Emmerdale: 4.42m (19.9%)
19:45 - Coronation Street: 5.85m (24.6%)
20:45 - Downton Abbey: 6.88m (29.6%)
22:45 - Our Cilla: 2.11m (14.0%)

Channel 4 (inc +1)
17:45 - FILM: Home Alone 2: Lost in New York: 2.81m (13.1%)
20:00 - Gogglesprogs: 2.60m (10.8%)
21:00 - Alan Carr: Chatty Man Christmas Special: 1.19m (5.3%)

Channel 5 (inc +1)
15:15 - The Wizard of Oz: 1.11m (6.9%)
17:15 - Michael Buble's Christmas 2015: 0.89m (4.4%)
18:00 - Britain's Favourite Christmas Songs: 0.90m (4.0%)
By:
timbuctooth
When: 26 Dec 15 11:34
There we go!
By:
cnman
When: 26 Dec 15 11:36
got a link please kh89?
By:
kh89
When: 26 Dec 15 11:38
Full list from Digital Spy Ratings Thread and Doctor Who Forum Ratings thread.

articles

http://www.bbc.co.uk/news/entertainment-arts-35167041

http://www.digitalspy.com/tv/downton-abbey/news/a778235/uk-tv-ratings-downton-abbey-bows-out-with-6m-for-christmas-day-grand-finale/
By:
BigRob1
When: 26 Dec 15 11:40
So its Downtown Abbey for most bookies and The Queen for any bookies who combined both channels have l got that right ?
By:
kh89
When: 26 Dec 15 11:43
Yes
By:
kh89
When: 26 Dec 15 11:46
Unlucky BigRob1, just read back this.

BigRob1 • December 24, 2015 6:52 PM GMT
Does anyone fancy the queen to do well ,, the odd bookies are combining both bbc and itv figures ,the fact she won combined last year 14/1 seems big this year both channels combined ?

BigRob1 • December 24, 2015 7:20 PM GMT
Ignore my post boyles have took the market down they had the 14/1
By:
kh89
When: 26 Dec 15 11:48
or did you get your bet on before it was took down?
By:
cnman
When: 26 Dec 15 11:51
thanks kh89
By:
againstthecrowd
When: 26 Dec 15 12:00
http://www.bbc.co.uk/news/entertainment-arts-35167041

This is I think official  ... Taking out the Queen as was 6.1 m on BBC for purposes of market , result is  1) 6.6m Downton 2) 6.5m Strictly  3 6.4m  Mrs Browns Boys  4  ) 6.4 m Stick Man 
Personally am gutted re Strictly... the 'final Downton did knock enough out of MBB and Eastenders to help Strictly top BBC but managed to nick in 0.1 m above it ...  Damn...
By:
timbuctooth
When: 26 Dec 15 12:10
You got the value atc. Long term, that`s all that`s necessary, just gotta take the losers along the way.
By:
againstthecrowd
When: 26 Dec 15 12:19
Cheers TIm, though this is disppointing... ITV 'never' tops it..as a rule, Downton 10th last year... The 'final episode' thing has turned it probably helped by a fairly poor Call the midwife on BBC leading up to Eastenders etc , 0.1 m on sample could be a couple of homes viewing only in reality on sample ...   I feel strangely upbeat but its a sod really..
By:
BigRob1
When: 26 Dec 15 17:41
kh99 yes l was backing the queen at 8/1 during the week ,, hardly put any more when they pushed it to 14/1 as l was starting to doubt myself
as l didnt read anywhere that someone fancied her to do well.

My angle behind it was and I think Im right now is that with recordable boxes less people watch tv on the day as they have all their programmes recorded , but nobody would record the queen to watch it later any boyles adding both channels was key with their rule of settling it on 26/12/2015

Boyles rules
"Appplies to Top Viewing Figures as appears on BBC.com on the 26/12/2015 .Doesn't include +1 viewing figures "

I didnt win as much as l should have as l started to doubt myself and the feckers haven't paid out yet ,with these novelties untill you get the money Im always weary of the bookies.
By:
touche
When: 28 Dec 15 07:53
when can we expect a settlement?
By:
carpet1
When: 28 Dec 15 13:46
whats the hold up any ideas?
By:
timbuctooth
When: 28 Dec 15 17:24
No one knows. This market was settled on Boxing Day last year, and the year before.
By:
timbuctooth
When: 28 Dec 15 22:37
Settled.
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