Wednesday, 31 October 2007 - Reported by Marcus
Overnight ratings for week six of The Sarah Jane Adventures show that the second part of Warriors of Kudlak, was watched by 1.2 millionviewers, an 9.6% share of the total TV audience. This is an increase over last weeks figures and is an incredibly good audience for Children's BBC.
The programme achived an Appreciation Index of 85. Once again this puts the programme in the excellent category and makes it one of the most appreciated programmes on British television. The Appreciation Index, or AI, is a measure of how much the audience liked the programme. It is a score out of 100, based on responses from a carefully selected panel. The average score for drama on BBC1 and ITV1 is 77. A score in excess of 85 is regarded as excellent while a score below 60 is poor.
On the digital channel CBBC, the first part of Whatever Happened to Sarah Jane? had 0.23 million viewers, a11.7% share of all children watching.