TV Ratings November 28: David Attenborough and Elton John are winners

• 10: Jamie Oliver’s Veg and series final Trial By Kyle

Thursday Week 48 2019

Last survey Thursday of 2019

• Nine: David Attenborough and Elton John are winners
• Seven: Series final Better Homes and Front Bar Cricket edition
• 10: Jamie Oliver’s Veg and series final Trial By Kyle
• ABC: Grand Designs in Foxground then crime drama Shetland
• SBS: Mixed Thursday for foodies – chocolate and Coca-Cola

• Seven News 825,000/801,000
• Nine News 702,000/726,000
• A Current Affair 605,000A
• ABC News
• 7.30 485,000
• The Project 221,000/376,000
• 10 News First 285,000
• The Drum 167,000
• SBS World News 118,000

Breakfast TV

• Sunrise 266,000
• Today 195,000


The 2019 series final of Better Homes and Gardens looked back at a busy year and had some Christmas food tips including a ham and a great looking dessert. The episode did 411,000 ahead of half hour Countdown to Christmas episodes next week.

Another Cricket Edition of The Front Bar followed with guests Ricky Ponting and Doug Walters. The episode did 367,000 after 383,000 last week.


Black Friday bargains and a noisy bird lady featured on A Current Affair with 605,000 watching.

Europe then featured on Seven Worlds One Planet with 532,000 watching after 595,000 on Thursday last week.

Graham Norton’s interview with Elton John was on after 8.40pm and did 461,000. Nine followed it with Sir Elton’s Brits Icon special with 263,000 staying on.


The Project was again under 400,000 with 376,000. Tommy Little was on the red carpet at the GQ Awards and there was coverage of the ARIA Awards.

Jamie Oliver’s Ultimate Veg then did 205,000.

The final Trial By Kyle couldn’t have had a much lower lead-in which saw the final courtroom drama do just 140,000.


Grand Designs Australia saw host Peter Maddison tracking the progress of a build in Foxground with 379,000 watching.

The UK crime drama Shetland then did 240,000.


There was a mixture of food flavours on offer.

The Wonderful World of Chocolate did 189,000 at 7.30pm.

But it was well outrated by a popular soft drink at 8.30pm when The Secrets of Coca-Cola had 247,000 watching.

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