The consolidated ratings for the initial broadcast of 'Nightmare in Silver' on BBC1 were a total 6.64 million viewers, adding almost 2 million viewers to the initial overnight results. Additionally, Doctor Who continues to top the BBC iPlayer download charts.
To celebrate Peter Cushing's 100th Birthday this Sunday, The Stamp Centre has produced two covers from the Dalek films, each featuring a Dalek stamp and the brand new Peter Cushing stamp. These will initially be available at 'Dr Who @ the Movies' this Sunday at Riverside Studios.
A good result for Doctor Who and a steady improvement on the last few weeks; 'The Name of the Doctor' achieved for it's initial BBC1 outing, an overnight figure of 5.5 million, being 26% of the audience. Doctor Who was the third most popular show of the day. More details can be found at Doctor Who News:
We have two pairs of tickets for next weekend's 'Dr Who @ the Movies' available via our eBay auction website. All proceeds will be donated to 'Leukaemia and Cancer Research'. The auction is open now and will close on Wednesday.
The initial overnight ratings for yesterday's episode on BBC1 show that 4.7 million people or 21.4% of the audience were watching. This is of course an average and it is interesting to note that once the FA Cup Final on ITV was over, the figures increased markedly to 5.6 million.
Doctor Who's overnight ratings continue their downward trend - although they still remain good overall in comparison to other shows. Yesterday's broadcast of 'The Crimson Horror' on BBC1 achieved an audience of 4.61 million or 25.2% of the audience. Final figures will be due in just over a week.