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The Graham Norton Show Returns to Ratings Success


THE GRAHAM NORTON SHOW RETURNS TO RATINGS SUCCESS

All new episodes of The Graham Norton Show returned on Friday night, with Emily Blunt and Kylie Minogue joining Graham on the couch. The Graham Norton Show won its timeslot amongst all people aged 25-54, with a 5.4 rating and 18% audience share.


The AM Show won its timeslot on Monday and Tuesday amongst all people aged 25-54 with a 1.7 rating and 30.8% audience share on Monday, followed by a 2.3 rating and a 36.2% audience share on Tuesday in the same demographic.


Newshub Live At 6pm featured in the Top 10 programmes of the week with an average weekly rating of 5.8 and average weekly share of 21.8%. From Thursday, Newshub Live At 6pm will feature a series of short documentaries, Great War Stories, which shares stories of Kiwi bravery in the lead up to Anzac Day.


Four more Dancing With The Stars contestants were announced last week - Newshub Live at 6pm’s Samantha Hayes, The Rock’s Roger Farrelly, former Bachelor Zac Franich and Kiwi actress Shavaughn Ruakere joined the line-up. The final two celebrity dancers will be announced this week.


Be listening to RadioLIVE’s Rural Exchange for your chance to Pimp Your Ute with $10,000 worth of gear and accessories for your vehicle. The winner will be announced on Rural Exchange this Sunday.


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