• The Block build takes on sense of urgency as Covid impacts
• Brighton builders and Halifax keep Nine #1 with both shows up
• Disappointing debut for Todd Sampson’s BodyHack in 7.30pm slot
Seven News 1,059,000/1,007,000
Nine News 1,026,000/985,000
ABC News 748,000
10 News First 340,000/211,000
SBS World News 194,000
Daily current affairs
A Current Affair 719,000
The Project 323,000/512,000
The Drum 179,000
News Breakfast 200,000
Late night news
ABC Late News 133,000
The Latest 123,000
Nine News Late 116,000
Seven: After 591,000 on Monday Home and Away backed up with 570,000 last night.
Seven‘s Plate of Origin recovered a little to 410,000 after 342,000 on Monday.
The 2012 movie Taken 2 was then on 193,000.
Nine: A Current Affair started its new week on 733,000 and dropped a little to 719,000 for the Tuesday episode.
Nine‘s The Block kept the pressure on the renovators with the seemingly impossible task of finishing the master ensuite and ordering all the materials for the rest of the build to avoid Covid shortages. The Tuesday episode did 821,000 winning the slot, after 753,000 a week ago.
Halifax-Retribution was then on 508,000 for episode four after 500,000 a week ago.
10: The primary channel had its first single figure survey Tuesday this year with a disappointing debut for Todd Sampson’s BodyHack on 346,000.
Earlier in the night Sampson returned as a guest panellist on The Project with 512,000 after 7pm.
Later in the night a repeat episode of Ambulance Australia was on 281,000.
ABC: Anh’s Brush with Fame did 649,000 with Father Bob Maguire sitting for his portrait.
Episode three of the five-part Further Back in Time for Dinner followed with 537,000.
SBS: Michael Portillo ended his series of Great Asian Railway Journeys with a visit to Singapore for 304,000 viewers.
Insight followed on 197,000 before Dateline had 137,000.
Stage 16 of the Tour de France was on 140,000.