Doctor Who The Day Of The Doctor Was Third Most Watched In iPlayer Chart

The 50th anniversary episode of Doctor Who, The Day Of The Doctor, starring Matt Smith, John Hurt and David Tennant was the third most watched show of 2013 on BBC iPlayer.

The special episode which also starred Jenna Coleman, Joanna Page and Billie Piper received 3,144,000 views on the BBC's interactive catchup service.

The Series 7 episode of Doctor Who, The Bells Of Saint John, also featured in the top ten after being watched by 2,610,000 viewers on the service. 

The full top ten was as follows:
1. Top Gear Series 19 - Africa Special: Part 1 - 3,422,000 views
2. Top Gear Series 19 - Episode 1 - 3,220,000 views
3. Doctor Who - The Day of the Doctor - 3,144,000 views
4. Bad Education Series 2 - Swimming Gala Episode 1 - 2,907,000 views
5. Top Gear Series 19 - Africa Special: Part 2 Episode 7 - 2,764,000 views
6. Top Gear Series 20 - Episode 1 - 2,649,000
7. Top Gear Series 19 - Episode 2 - 2,625,000
8. Africa - Kalahari Episode 1 - 2,617,000
9. Doctor Who Series 7 Part 2 - The Bells of Saint John Episode 1 - 2,610,000
10. Madagascar – 2,417,000

The Daily Telegraph reports that  in total BBC iPlayer received 3 billion requests to catch up with TV and radio shows in 2013, an increase of 33 per cent from 2012. 


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