'Neighbours' achieves its best UK ratings since April
Published Jul 11 2012, 11:01 BST | By Paul Millar Neighbours
has started the week brightly by drawing its best UK audiences in three months.
The Australian soap grabbed a total audience of 1.7m yesterday (Tuesday, July 10), with 758k (10.3%) at 1.45pm and 955k (6.6%) later at 5.30pm.
Monday and Tuesday's trips to Ramsay Street, which centred around Kyle kissing Kate and his subsequent guilt
, has given the soap its highest British figures since April 18
.Home and Away
, however, fell back to 654k (3.8%) at 6pm but an impressive 507k (2.4%) stuck around for 5*'s first look
half an hour later.
retained a solid 1.05m (5.6%) as Texas paid serial killer Silas another visit
at 6.30pm, then E4's first look
logged an impressive 643k (3.2%) at 7pm (+1: 120k/0.6%).EastEnders
predictably topped the soap ratings, pulling in a decent 7.19m (34.8%) at 7.30pm and 763k (3.6%) for BBC Three's 10pm repeat as Jay found the murder weapon that killed Heather
, meanwhile, took a respectable 6.29m (31.8%) at 7pm (+1: 136k/0.6%) for its standalone edition, this week not clashing with EastEnders
The latest edition of Holby City
, 'Only You'
, drew 4.79m (21.8%) in its usual 8pm-9pm slot.
found its feet again as it grew to 1.39m (18.8%) for its latest instalment entitled 'Start Up'
. BBC One's daytime serial was off air for a fortnight and returned to the schedules on Monday.BARB ratings data supplied by Attentional