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Nine, Seven battle for Tuesday win.

ANZAC Day AFL helped push Seven News to a bumper audience of 1.47m viewers last night, with 530,000 of them alone in Melbourne, well ahead of Nine’s 367,000.

In turn that helped My Kitchen Rules edge in front of The Voice, despite Nine winning the slot on Monday. But there wasn’t much between them.

The second part of Nine’s House of Bond miniseries increased from Part 1, lifting from 613,000 to 657,000, not a bad figure given the late 9pm start.

TEN’s dramatic Bondi Rescue special drew 553,000, an improvement on Sunday figures.

It was bad news for the final of Life on the Line at ABC limping out with just 292,000.

Nine network drew 32.0% then Seven 31.1%, TEN 17.2%, ABC 12.8% and SBS 6.9%.

Excluding daytime sports here’s how they stacked up….

Nine News (1.21m / 1.16m) was best for Nine then The Voice (1.185m), A Current Affair(872,000), House of Bond (657,000). Hot Seat was 186,000 in 3 cities.

Seven News was #1 with 1.47m /1.28m viewers for Seven then My Kitchen Rules (1.22m), Home and Away (790,000), Seven Year Switch (551,000), The Chase (486,000 in 4 cities / 265,000 in 3 cities).

The Project (620,000 / 398,000) led TEN’s night followed by Bondi Rescue (553,000), NCIS(447,000), TEN Eyewitness News (413,000), Family Feud (336,000) and NCIS: LA (345,000).

ABC News (746,000), Michael Mosley’s Secrets of Your Food (439,000), 7:30 (436,000), Foreign Correspondent (319,000), Todd Sampson’s Life on the Line (292,000) comprised ABC’s evening.

On SBS it was Great Continental Railway Journeys (380,000), Insight (262,000), Dateline(178,000) and SBS World News (157,000).

ABC2’s Peter Rabbit hopped to the top of multichannels with 31,000.

ANZAC Day March (ABC:) 507,000
ANZAC Dawn Service from Gallipoli (ABC) 401,000
ANZAC Day: Australia Remembers (ABC): 287,000
ANZAC Dawn Service from Villers-Brettoneux (ABC): 275,000
Currumbin Dawn Service (Seven): 65,000

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