영국에서 지켜 대부분의 텔레비전 방송의 목록 - List of most watched television broadcasts in the United Kingdom

영국에서는 그림을보고 - 주시하는 시청자 또는 세대수 TV 프로그램 ,에 의해 기록 된 방송 '대상 연구위원회 1981 년 이전에 이사회의 형성 이후 (BARB)를, 수치는 같은 같은 다른 수단에 의해 수행되었다 BBC는 그동안 자체 고객 조사 자금 ITV의 기업들이 그들의를 하청.

대부분 지켜 특별 이벤트

많은 시청자를 끌어들이는 대부분의 특별 이벤트는 종종 두 개 이상의 채널에서 진행됩니다. 단일 채널에서 가장 많이 본 프로그램은 BBC1에서만 상영 된 1973 년 The Princess Anne 의 결혼식 입니다.

계급 행사 시청자
(수백만)
데이트 회로망
1 1966 FIFA 세계 컵 결승 : v 영국 서독 32.30 [1] 1966 년 7 월 30 일 BBC 하나 / ITV
2 웨일스의 공주 다이애나의 장례식 32.10 [2] 1997 년 9 월 6 일 BBC 하나 / ITV
왕실 (다큐멘터리) 30.69 [1] 6월 1969 (21)(28) 1969 6월 BBC 하나 / ITV
4 아폴로 13 스플래쉬 28.60 [3] 1970 년 4 월 17 일 BBC 하나 / ITV
5 1970 FA 컵 결승 재생 28.49 [3] 1970 년 4 월 29 일 BBC 하나 / ITV
6 Charles, Prince of Wales, Lady Diana Spencer의 결혼식 28.40 [4] 1981 년 7 월 29 일 BBC 하나 / ITV
7 앤 공주와 마크 필립스의 결혼식 27.60 [3] 1973 년 11 월 14 일 BBC One
8 2012 년 하계 올림픽 폐막식 24.46 [5] 2012 년 8 월 12 일 BBC One
9 2012 년 하계 올림픽 개막식 24.24 [5] 2012 년 7 월 27 일 BBC One
10 토빌과 딘 - 올림픽 아이스 댄스 챔피언 쉽 23.95 [6] 1994 년 2 월 21 일 BBC One

참고 :

가장 많이 본 프로그램

다음은 스포츠 경기 및 뉴스 보도를 제외한 가장 많이 시청 한 프로그램 목록입니다. 의 주 반복 상영의 1980 년대 중반 도입은 최고 십 프로그램의 여섯를 차지한다. 이 측정에서의 1996 년 크리스마스 에디션 만 바보와 말 반복, 지금까지 영국의 모든 시간의 가장 지켜 비 다큐멘터리 프로그램에 대한 수치를 포함하지 않는 것이다. 그것은 뒤에, 지금까지 단일 채널의 모든 시간의 세 번째 가장 지켜 단일 보여주는 프로그램입니다 행사 종료 2012 년 하계 올림픽공주 앤 마크 필립스의 결혼식 1973 년 (아래 참조).

Key

  • 반복 Numbers with this background and symbol are italicised to denote aggregated figure with repeat showing.
Rank Programme Synopsis Viewers
(millions)
Date Network Ref
1 EastEnders Den Watts serves wife Angie with divorce papers. 30.15 반복 25 December 1986 BBC One [13]
2 EastEnders The aftermath of Den's divorce to Angie. 28.00 반복 1 January 1987 BBC One [14]
3 Coronation Street Hilda Ogden leaves Weatherfield. 26.65 반복 25 December 1987 ITV (Granada) [14]
4 Live Aid 16-hour concert in Wembley Stadium and John F. Kennedy Stadium for Band Aid. 24.50 13 July 1985 BBC One [15]
5 Only Fools and Horses "Time on Our Hands" 24.35 29 December 1996 BBC One [16]
6 EastEnders Arthur and Pauline Fowler urge their son Mark to tell his sister Michelle that he has HIV. 24.30 repeat 2 January 1992 BBC One [2]
7 Royal Variety Performance 1965 Featuring Dame Shirley Bassey, Peter Cook, Dudley Moore, and more. 24.20 14 November 1965 ITV (ATV) [1]
8 EastEnders Angie suffers a renal shutdown. 24.15 repeat 7 January 1988 BBC One [17]
9 To the Manor Born Finale of the first series. 23.95 11 November 1979 BBC One [3]
10 Miss World 1967 Madeline Hartog-Bel (Miss Peru) wins. 23.76 19 November 1967 BBC One [1]
11 EastEnders The aftermath of Den's divorce to Angie 23.55 repeat 26 December 1985 BBC One [18]
12 Panorama Diana, Princess of Wales interview 22.78 20 November 1995 BBC One [19]
13 Royal Variety Performance 1975 Performers include Bruce Forsyth, Dad's Army and Vera Lynn. 22.66 16 November 1975 ITV (ATV) [3]
14 This Is Your Life Lord Mountbatten 22.22 27 April 1977 ITV (Thames) [3]
15 Sunday Night at the London Palladium Presented by Jimmy Tarbuck. 21.89 3 December 1967 ITV (ATV) [1]
16 The Benny Hill Show "Cinema: The Vintage Years" 21.67 24 March 1971 ITV (Thames) [3]
17 Dallas "Who Done It" – Kristin Shepard is revealed to have shot J.R. Ewing. 21.60 22 November 1980 BBC One [4]
Coronation Street Ken and Deirdre Barlow finalise their divorce. 21.60 8 January 1992 ITV (Granada) [2]
18 Eurovision Song Contest 1973 Staged in Luxembourg - won by Anne-Marie David. 21.56 7 April 1973 BBC One [3]
19 Steptoe and Son "The Lodger" – Albert looks for a lodger. 21.54 18 February 1964 BBC TV [1]
20 The Mike Yarwood Show "Mike Yarwood Christmas Show" 21.40 25 December 1977 BBC One [3]

Most watched films

These are the most watched films by total number of viewers[20] (dates are when the films were broadcast, not necessarily when they were produced).

Rank Title Viewers
(millions)
Date Network
1 Live and Let Die 23.50 20 January 1980 ITV
2 Jaws 23.25 8 October 1981 ITV
3 The Spy Who Loved Me 22.90 28 March 1982 ITV
4 Diamonds Are Forever 22.15 15 March 1981 ITV
5 Crocodile Dundee 21.75 25 December 1989 BBC1

Most watched broadcasts by year

Year Programme Date Viewers
(millions)4
Network
1970 Apollo 13 Splashdown 17 April 1970 28.60[3] BBC One / ITV
1971 Muhammad Ali vs. Joe Frazier: Fight of the Century 8 March 1971 21.12[3] BBC One1
1972 The Eurovision Song Contest 1972 25 March 1972 N/A^5 BBC One
1973 Wedding of Princess Anne and Mark Phillips 14 November 1973 27.60[3] BBC One
1974 Love Thy Neighbour 7 April 1974 21.01[3] ITV (Thames)
1975 Royal Variety Performance 1975 16 November 1975 22.66[3] ITV (ATV)
1976 The Sweeney 8 November 1976 20.68[3] ITV
1977 This Is Your Life 27 April 1977 22.22[3] ITV (Thames)
1978 Sale of the Century 24 December 1978 21.15[3] ITV
1979 To the Manor Born 11 November 1979 23.95[3] BBC One
1980 Film: Live and Let Die 20 January 1980 23.50[4] ITV
1981 Film: Jaws 8 October 1981 23.30[21] ITV
1982 Film: The Spy Who Loved Me 28 March 1982 22.90[22] ITV
1983 Coronation Street 23 February 1983 18.45[23] ITV
1984 Royal Variety Performance 1984 25 November 1984 20.55[24] BBC One
1985 Live Aid 13 July 1985 24.50[15] BBC One
1986 EastEnders 25 December 1986 30.15[13] BBC One
1987 EastEnders 1 January 1987 28.00[14] BBC One
1988 EastEnders 7 January 1988 24.15[17] BBC One
1989 Film: Crocodile Dundee 25 December 1989 21.77[25] BBC One
1990 Neighbours 26 February 1990 21.16[26] BBC One
1991 Coronation Street 25 November 1991 20.45[27] ITV
1992 Coronation Street 22 January 1992 20.45[28] ITV
1993 Coronation Street 22 March 1993 20.73[29] ITV
1994 Torvill and Dean – Olympic Ice Dance Championship 21 February 1994 23.95[6] BBC One
1995 Panorama Special: Princess Diana 20 November 1995 22.78[19] BBC One
1996 Only Fools and Horses 29 December 1996 24.35[16] BBC One
1997 Funeral of Diana, Princess of Wales 6 September 1997 19.29[30] BBC One
1998 1998 FIFA World Cup: England v Argentina 30 June 1998 23.78[31] ITV
1999 Coronation Street 7 March 1999 19.82[32] ITV
2000 Coronation Street 3 January 2000 18.96[33] ITV
2001 Only Fools and Horses 25 December 2001 21.35[34] BBC One7
2002 Only Fools and Horses 25 December 2002 17.40[35] BBC One
2003 Coronation Street 24 February 2003 19.43[36] ITV
2004 UEFA Euro 2004: England v Portugal 24 June 2004 20.66[37] BBC One
2005 Coronation Street 21 February 2005 14.36[38] ITV
2006 2006 FIFA World Cup: England v Sweden 20 June 2006 18.46[39] ITV
2007 EastEnders 25 December 2007 14.38[40] BBC One
2008 A Matter of Loaf and Death 25 December 2008 16.15[41] BBC One
2009 Britain's Got Talent 30 May 2009 18.29[42] ITV
2010 The X Factor 12 December 2010 16.55[43] ITV6
2011 Wedding of Prince William and Catherine Middleton 29 April 2011 13.59[44] BBC One2
2012 2012 Summer Olympics closing ceremony 12 August 2012 24.46[45] BBC One
2013 New Year's Eve Fireworks 31 December 2013 13.53[46] BBC One
2014 2014 FIFA World Cup Final: Germany v Argentina 13 July 2014 14.96[47] BBC One3
2015 The Great British Bake Off 7 October 2015 15.05[48] BBC One
2016 The Great British Bake Off 26 October 2016 15.90[49] BBC One
2017 Blue Planet II 29 October 2017 14.01[50] BBC One
2018 2018 FIFA World Cup: Croatia v England 11 July 2018 20.73[51] ITV
2019 Gavin & Stacey 25 December 2019 17.92[52] BBC One
2020 Prime Ministerial Statement on COVID-19 (Easing Lockdown) 10 May 2020 18.16[53] BBC One

Notes

  • ^1 – Unverified sources state that this figure was higher[7], and that an audience of 26 million watched the Ali vs Foreman fight of 30 October 1974[8]. However these figures are not corroborated by the BFI.
  • ^2 – The Royal Wedding of Prince William and Catherine Middleton (29 April 2011) "attracted a consolidated average audience of 26.0 [million] viewers across the ceremony from 11:00 am to 12:10 pm. This is an aggregated audience across 10 BARB reported channels that followed the events live."[54] The highest figures for individual channels of these were 13.59 million on BBC One, followed by 4.02 million watching on ITV.
  • ^3 – The 2014 FIFA World Cup Final was broadcast by both BBC One and ITV. The highest figures were 14.96 million on BBC One, followed by 2.34 million on ITV.
  • ^4 – Based on 7-day viewing figures.
  • ^5 – Although there are no official figures for 1972, it is widely regarded that the year's edition of the Eurovision Song Contest was the most watched programme that year.[55][56]
  • ^6 – The X Factor final 2010 (12 December 2010) had an additional 1.156 million viewers on its sister high definition channel ITV HD, in addition to the 16.553 million views on the main standard definition channel ITV, giving the programme an aggregate audience of 17.71 million viewers.[57]
  • ^7 - EastEnders received 20.05 million viewers on 5 April with the additional omnibus viewers taking the total viewing figures to 23.18 million. [58]

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