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Grey Advertising’s industry newsletter “Eye on the Media” reports the top 20 programs, in Canberra, June 26-July 2:

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1. DOWNTON ABBEY, PRIME7, 70,115 viewers

2. MASTERCHEF AUSTRALIA MON, SC TEN, 69,153

3. MASTERCHEF AUSTRALIA TUES, SC TEN, 59,753

4. MASTERCHEF AUSTRALIA WED, SC TEN, 59,438

5. OFFSPRING WED, SC TEN, 55,712

6. MASTERCHEF AUSTRALIA THURS, SC TEN, 51,685

7. MASTERCHEF AUSTRALIA SUN, SC TEN, 42,424

8. DANCING WITH THE STARS, PRIME7, 40,044

9. WIN NEWS, WIN, 39,269

10. ?Q&A, ABC1, 38,642

11. SPICKS AND SPECKS, ABC1, 37,534

12. MASTERCHEF AUSTRALIA – MASTERCLASS, SC TEN, 37,382

13. OFFSPRING, SC TEN, 36,755

14. BONDI VET, SC TEN, 36,366

15. A CURRENT AFFAIR, WIN, 35,667

16. AUSTRALIA’S GOT TALENT-TUE, PRIME7, 35,567

17. GARDENING AUSTRALIA, ABC1, 35,442

18. NATIONAL NEWS, WIN, 35,440

19. SEVEN NEWS – SUN, PRIME7, 34,773

20. MEDIA WATCH, ABC1, 33,050

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Source: Regional TAM, All people, Overnight data.

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