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Will Aseem Malhotra's Appearance Be The BBC's Most Viewed Program Of 2023?

•, by Nick Rendell

Top of the list was the Queen's funeral, with 25 million viewers. Then came England's World Cup quarter final exit with 21.3 million. 

Some 17.4 million watched the Women's European Cup victory. We then drop down into the top TV shows. The final of I'm Celebrity Get Me Out Of Here had 11.9 million glued to their TV sets. 10.5 million watched the final of Strictly and 9.1 million tuned in to Eurovision.

It's unlikely that there'll be a big royal funeral or wedding in 2023. There's a Rugby World Cup but not a football one. There are no Olympic Games. So, where can the TV Networks find their big hits for the coming year?

Well, courtesy of Elon Musk's takeover of Twitter, Dr. Aseem Malhotra may just have provided 2023's biggest TV moment. 

A few minutes into the conversation, he began discussing what people should do to reduce the risk of heart disease. He said, "One of the reasons this is coming to the news just now, obviously there has been a big concern about excess deaths... since the pandemic there has been 30,000 excess deaths specifically due to coronary heart disease, that's my area of expertise... What my own research has found and this is something that is probably a likely contributing factor, is that the COVID mRNA vaccines do carry cardiovascular risk."

He added that a likely cause of his own father's death after he had a cardiac arrest was the two doses of the Pfizer vaccine he received six months earlier.

Burak asked him, "That's been proven medically, has it?"

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