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Last updated 02 January 2017
Journey to the Centre of the TARDIS
Broadcast: Saturday 27th April 2013
6:30pm-7:15pm BST (17:30 GMT) < > « » Premiere < > « »
(actually broadcast at 18:29:40)
Featuring: Matt Smith, Jenna-Louise Coleman, Mark Oliver, Ashley Walters

The TARDIS has crashed, Clara is lost inside, and the Doctor has 30 minutes before his ship explodes!
Synopsis Source: Doctor Who Guide
Broadcast Source: BBC
Final chart position for Journey to the Centre of the TARDIS

Ratings Information:

Initial figures: 4.885m viewers (overnight), 25.2% audience share
Consolidated figures: 6.520m viewers (+7 days), 30.2% audience share, 21st place, AI 85
Online player figures: 1.73m requests as of 21st May 2013

Overnights: figures for the episode indicated a live viewing of 3.62m (21.3% share), rising to 4.885m (25.2%) once the same-day timeshift was factored in. It came in third for the day, beaten by the usual suspects for the evening. Its final quarter hour overlapped with the day's highest-rated show Britain's Got Talent on ITV, which was top for the day with 9.31m (9.84m with +1) watching, capturing a 43.9%(46.4%) share of the audience. The BBC's talent show, The Voice, on later in the evening, was watched by 7.97m (35.5% share).

Finals: the consolidated figures after eight days indicated the Doctor Who had reached 6.52m (30.2% share); for BBC1 it was the seventh most watched programme of the week. Overall, once ITV HD and +1 figures are factored in, Doctor Who just slipped out of the top twenty as the 21st most watched programme on British Television for the week; Britain's Got Talent was top at 10.48m (44.05%), Broadchurch second with 10.46m, whilst BBC1's top show The Voice was sixth at 9.07m (36.8%).

Live+7 Figures: 7.47m (Live+VOSDAL: 4.86m, Narrative Repeat: 0.28m, Time-Shift: 1.54m, iPlayer: 0.79m)

iPlayer: the episode was the tenth most requested programme during April, after four days of availability. There were 1,425,732 requests in the first week, becoming 1,727,290 after 24 days.