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The Voice UK has continued to deliver high Saturday night ratings, going over eight million during last night's (February 1) instalment, according to overnight data.

The singing competition gave BBC One an average of 8.50 million viewers during its 7.15pm - 8.30pm slot, taking 36.6% of the audience share.

Over on ITV, Tom Daley's Splash! continued with a slight increase in viewers from last week at 6.45pm, with 3.62m (16%) tuning in to see Perri Kiely and Keith Duffy make it through to the final of the diving competition.

Back to BBC One, National Lottery: Who Dares Wins entertained 5.89m (26.6%) at 8.30pm, while the latest episode of medical drama Casualty had 5.20m (24.1%) gripped at 9.20pm.

BBC Two's biggest primetime ratings came from Dad's Army at 8pm, with 1.94m (8.2%) tuning in to the wartime sitcom. 2010 comedy film Made in Dagenham brought in 1.22m (5.9%) at 9.15pm.

ITV's Take Me Out attracted 3.28m (14.6%) at 8.15pm, »

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