'Casualty' holds up well in one-off Friday night outing
Published Jun 10 2012, 23:50 BST | By Paul Millar Casualty
was watched by nearly 4.8m on Friday night as it was moved from its usual Saturday slot.
Rescheduled due to the BBC's commitments to Euro 2012, the medical serial pulled in 4.76m (21%) for the conclusion of a two-part story, entitled 'All in a Day's Nightmare'
a leg-up by recording 6.77m (30.1%) at 8pm. BBC Three's repeat added 716k (3.4%), while 313k (7.6%) watched the omnibus from 12.15am.Emmerdale
was ITV1's only soap to air, grabbing 5.49m (27.4%) at 7pm and 255k (1.4%) an hour later on +1. Coronation Street
's usual double bill was not screened because of ITV's football coverage.
nabbed 729k (3.7%) for Channel 4 at 6.30pm (+1: 162k/0.8%), after which E4's first look
fetched 421k (2.1%) at 7pm.Neighbours
attracted 687k (3.1%) at 1.45pm and 620k (3.9%) at 5.30pm on Channel 5, while Home and Away
took 550k (3%) and 344k (1.8%) for 5*'s first look
held 1.41m (17.5%) in the 1.45pm lunchtime slot it shares with Neighbours
.BARB ratings data supplied by Attentional