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Five sees Milkshake ratings climb

Five is the number one terrestrial channel for children aged four to nine in its time slot.
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A number of notable rises across Five's Milkshake pre-school programming block helped the broadcaster end 2009 as the number one terrestrial channel for children aged four to nine, during its weekday transmission time.

Shows including Peppa Pig, Thomas & Friends, Fifi and the Flowertots, Noddy in Toyland, Roary the Racing Car, Hana's Helpline, Bottle Top Bill and The Mr Men Show helped increase Milkshake's share among four to nine year olds by ten per cent (across the weekday part), with an even higher increase among multi-channel homes.

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