ITV Captures More than 5m Viewers with Her Majesty’s Prison

Aylesbury prison has generated quite a bit of interest throughout the UK.  ITV captured more than five million viewers when it presented a documentary on the inner  workings of Her Majesty’s Prison  there in Aylesbury.  Hopefully people who are considering crimes watched it and determined it wasn’t a place they want to move into!


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ITV’s first of two-part series Her Majesty’s Prison – Aylesbury was the broadcaster’s most watched documentary since June 2011. Photograph: ITV

ITV’s behind the scenes look at Aylesbury prison was watched by more than 5 million viewers, its biggest documentary hit for more than 18 months.

Her Majesty’s Prison – Aylesbury, the first of a two-part series, was watched by 5.6 million viewers, a 22.7% share of the audience, between 9pm and 10pm.

It was ITV’s most watched documentary since William at 30, about Prince William, pulled in 6,1 million viewers in June 2011.

Her Majesty’s Prison – Aylesbury also pipped the factual opposition on BBC1.


Read more at: http://www.guardian.co.uk/media/2013/feb/19/tv-ratings-her-majestys-prison

ITV captured more than 5 million viewers with Her Majesty’s Prison.  What show do you  think  would take  them  over the 6 million mark? Another documentary on the Royal Family? A special on little Ant and Dec?  What would you tune  into that you haven’t seen  yet?