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See broadcasts for BBC OneNikola Tesla's Night of Terror (4/10 Series 12)

Last updated 27 January 2020
Broadcast: Sunday 19th January 2020
7:10pm-8:00pm GMT < > « » Premiere < > « »
(actually broadcast at 19:11:05)
Featuring: Jodie Whittaker, Tosin Cole, Mandip Gill, Bradley Walsh, Robert Glenister, Anjli Mohindra, Goran Višnjić

1903. On the edge of Niagara Falls, something is wrong at Nikola Tesla's generator plant. The Doctor, Yaz, Ryan and Graham join forces with the inventor to save both him and planet Earth.

Synopsis Source: Radio Times
Broadcast Source: BBC

Ratings Information:

Initial figures: 4.040m viewers (overnight), 20.0% audience share, 6th place day, 50th place week
Consolidated figures: 5.201m viewers (+7 days), 22.9% audience share, 28th place - BARB Week (Four Screen), AI 79

Overnights: The rating, representing 20.0% of the total viewing audience made Doctor Who the sixth most popular show on British Television yesterday. Doctor Who was beaten by its ITV opposition, Dancing on Ice, which had 4.52 million viewers.Top for the day was Call the Midwife, with 6.33 million viewers. Countryfile, the lead into Doctor Who, had 5.23 million. The drama The Trial of Christine Keeler had 3.46 million watching. The late News managed 4.38 million viewers, pushing The Doctor into sixth place.The episode was the 50th highest rated programme for the week on overnight figures.

Consolidated: The episode achieved 5.201m/5.071m(TV only); it was the 11th most watched programme on BBC Television.Unlike last week its lead-in Countryfile did slightly better, watched by 5.326m viewers overall, whilst the following programme Call The Midwife topped the chart for the week with 8.218m viewers. ITV's White House Farm took the second spot this week with 7.894m, followed by the BBC's Death in Paradise with 7.615m. As with last week, the other high-hitters were BBC's Mon/Tue Silent Witness (4th/7.598m and 6th/7.427m), and ITV's Vera with 7.198m viewers. ITV's Coronation Street and Emmerdale filled up the rest of the high chart spots.


BARB Reports

TV: Live: 2.86m, VOSDAL: +1.22m - 4.08m total (reported)

4 Screen +7 breakdown:
5,071,200(TV set), 62,546(PC/Laptop), 36,830(Tablet), 29,987(Smartphone); 4 Screen total 5,200,563