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UK TV ratings: Prized Apart ends with nearly 3 million viewers on BBC One

26 July 2015 6:25 AM, PDT | Digital Spy | See recent Digital Spy - TV news news »

UK TV ratings roundup – data supplied by Barb

Emma Willis's Prized Apart concluded with nearly 3 million viewers last night (July 25), according to overnight figures.

The BBC One show averaged 2.93m (19.3%) from 7pm, as Kennedy and Julia took the crown.

The National Lottery: Five Star Family Reunion then rose to 3.49m (20.8%), before Casualty remained steady with 4.15m (22.7%) from 9pm.

On BBC Two, a Dad's Army repeat entertained 1.31m (7.4%) from 8.40pm. Dancing Through the Blitz: Blackpool's Big Band Story averaged 1.43m (8%) between 9.10pm and 10.40pm.

ITV aired Despicable Me from 7pm, which was enjoyed by 2.26m (14.3%). Later on, The Nation's Favourite '80s Number One appealed to 1.86m (10.4%).

On Channel 4, Anna Kendrick film Pitch Perfect was caught by 1.83m (10.9%) from 9pm.

Over on Channel 5, Transporter: The Series garnered 394k (2.2%) from 9pm. A repeat of Can't Pay? We'll Take It Away had 750k (4.5%) earlier on in the 8pm hour.

On the multichannels, »

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UK TV ratings: Emma Willis's Prized Apart remains steady with 2.6 million viewers

19 July 2015 4:13 AM, PDT | Digital Spy | See recent Digital Spy - TV news news »

UK TV ratings roundup – data supplied by Barb

Emma Willis's Prized Apart remained steady with 2.6 million viewers last night (July 19), according to overnight figures.

The BBC One show averaged 2.59m (16.3%) from 7pm, before The National Lottery: Who Dares Wins earned 3.34m (19.5%). Casualty rose to 4.15m (23.2%) from 8.55pm, and The John Bishop Show appealed to 3.1m (18.4%) afterwards.

On BBC Two, a Dad's Army repeat entertained 1.48m (8.2%) from 8.45pm. Documentary film Melvyn Bragg: Wigton to Westminster averaged 1.15m (6.8%) between 9.15pm and 10.30pm.

ITV aired Harry Potter and the Deathly Hallows: Part 2 from 7pm, which was enjoyed by 2.76m (16.5%). Later on, live boxing between Carl Frampton and Alejandro Gonzalez Jr drew an audience of 1.6m (10.5%).

On Channel 4, the film The Watch starring Ben Stiller and Vince Vaughn was caught by 1.05m (6.3%) from 9pm.

Over on Channel 5, Transporter: The Series garnered 436k (2.5%) in the 9pm hour and Denzel Washington thriller »

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Meera Syal webchat – as it happened

30 June 2015 6:11 AM, PDT | The Guardian - TV News | See recent The Guardian - TV News news »

The actor and author of new novel The House of Hidden Mothers answered your questions in a live webchat – from why she changed her name to her advice on writing without stereotypes, via her distaste for mince, catch up with her answers now

2.11pm BST

Thanks all for your comments, questions, and making me laugh. Have a lovely summer.

Thanks everyone for your questions, and thanks to Meera. Until next time!

2.10pm BST

Youoffmyplanet asks:

Hi Meera, you were wonderful in Behind the Beautiful Forevers – were you surprised to find that it had taken so long to get an all-Asian cast on the Olivier Stage?

Ta for that. Loved doing that production. We all did as a company - we were aware we were making a little bit of history. I guess I shouldn't be surprised about how long things take any more, I'm just glad it's done, and hopefully »

- Guardian Staff

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UK TV ratings: Prized Apart dips to 2.5 million viewers on BBC One

28 June 2015 4:48 AM, PDT | Digital Spy | See recent Digital Spy - TV news news »

UK TV ratings roundup – data supplied by Barb

Prized Apart dipped slightly to 2.5 million last night (June 27), according to overnight figures.

The BBC One show averaged 2.48m (17.6%) from 7pm, before The National Lottery: Who Dares Wins earned 3.53m (21.1%).

Casualty treated 3.99m from 8.55pm, and The John Bishop Show appealed to 2.76m (16.7%) afterwards.

On BBC Two, a Dad's Army repeat entertained 1.16m (6.6%). Coverage of Glastonbury and Kanye West's headline set appealed to 1.04m (9.1%) from 9.30pm.

ITV aired Harry Potter and the Order of the Phoenix from 7pm, which was enjoyed by 2.21m (13.9%).

On Channel 4, Penelope Keith's Hidden Villages fell to 904k (5.5%) from 8pm. The film Taken 2 then averaged 1.7m (9.8%).

Channel 5's latest Big Brother highlights took 877k (4.8%) in the 9pm hour.

On the multichannels, Paloma Faith's Glastonbury performance managed 807k (4.9%) from 8pm on BBC Four. »

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UK TV ratings: Prized Apart continues with 2.6 million on BBC One

21 June 2015 7:45 AM, PDT | Digital Spy | See recent Digital Spy - TV news news »

UK TV ratings roundup – data supplied by Barb

Prized Apart continued with 2.6 million viewers last night (June 20), according to overnight data.

The BBC One show averaged 2.63m (17.3%) from 7pm, before The National Lottery: Who Dares Wins earned 3.59m (21.5%).

Casualty treated 4.05m from 8.55pm, and The John Bishop Show appealed to 3.14m (19.1%) afterwards.

On BBC Two, a Dad's Army repeat entertained 1.3m (7.5%). It was followed by La Traviata: Love, Death and Divas with 675k (3.8%) in the 9pm hour.

ITV aired Harry Potter and the Goblet of Fire from 7pm, which was enjoyed by 2.5m (15.2%).

On Channel 4, Penelope Keith's Hidden Villages began with 1.03m (6.1%) from 8pm. The film Rush then averaged 1.08m (6.8%).

Channel 5's latest Big Brother highlights took 1.02m (6.6%) in the 10pm hour.

On the multichannels, ITV3's Foyles War managed 720k (4.2%) from 7.55pm. »

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UK TV ratings: Prized Apart kicks off with more than 3 million viewers on BBC One

14 June 2015 3:28 AM, PDT | Digital Spy | See recent Digital Spy - TV news news »

UK TV ratings roundup - data supplied by Barb

Prized Apart kicked off with more than 3 million viewers last night (June 13), according to overnight figures.

The BBC One adventure game show drew 3.09m (18.8%) between 7pm and 8.05pm.

The National Lottery: Who Dares Wins followed with 3.93m (21.8%). Casualty and The John Bishop Show averaged 3.87m (20.3%) and 2.78m (16.3%) respectively.

On BBC Two, a Dad's Army repeat appealed to 1.35m (7.4%), before The Royal Academy Summer Exhibition was watched by 785k (4.2%) in the 9pm hour.

Over on ITV, an airing of The Hobbit: An Unexpected Journey managed 2.95m (16.7%) from 7pm (+1: 504k/2.9%).

Channel 4's The 90s: Ten Years That Changed the World was seen by 1.06m (5.9%) from 9pm.

On Channel 5, the latest Big Brother highlights averaged 791k (4.2%) in the 9pm hour, with a further 158k (1%) catching the action on +1.

The multichannels were topped by the Women's World Cup match, as 1.21m (7%) saw England »

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UK TV ratings: Champions League football peaks with 6 million viewers on ITV

7 June 2015 7:17 AM, PDT | Digital Spy | See recent Digital Spy - TV news news »

UK TV ratings roundup - data supplied by Barb

UEFA Champions League football appealed to more than 4 million viewers on ITV last night (June 6), according to overnight figures.

The match between Barcelona and Juventus, which saw the Catalans win the European competition for a fifth time, averaged 4.06m (22%) with a peak of 6m (28.5%) around 9.30pm.

On BBC One, The National Lottery: Who Dares Wins was watched by 2.99m (15.5%) from 8.05pm. Casualty and The John Bishop Show managed 3.68m (17.6%) and 3.3m (18.5%) respectively.

Over on BBC Two, a Dad's Army repeat entertained 1.44m (7.2%). Pinewood: 80 Years of Movie Magic took 1.28m (6.2%) in the 9pm hour.

Channel 4's airing of Anna Karenina averaged 478k (2.87%), while on Channel 5, the latest Big Brother highlights managed 648k (3.1%).

ITV3's Foyles War topped the multichannels with 688k (3.8%) from 9pm. Sky Sports 1's coverage of the Champions League final attracted 497k (2.8%) from 6pm. »

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UK TV ratings: Arsenal's Fa Cup triumph watched by 7.5 million on BBC One

31 May 2015 6:06 AM, PDT | Digital Spy | See recent Digital Spy - TV news news »

BBC One's coverage of this year's Fa Cup final attracted nearly 7.5 million viewers yesterday (May 30), according to overnight figures.

Arsenal's 4-0 triumph over Aston Villa averaged 7.47m (43.8%) from 5.15pm.

The National Lottery: Who Dares Wins managed 4.1m (22.1%) later on, with Casualty and The John Bishop Show watched by 4.2m (22.2%) and 3.44m (19.5%) respectively.

On BBC Two, a Dad's Army repeat entertained 1.67m (9%) from 8.30pm, before an airing of Quartet appealed to 1.12m (6.1%).

ITV's Ninja Warrior UK closed with 3.8m (20.4%) from 7.30pm. Afterwards, The Amazing Spider-Man 2 appealed to 3.13m (17.7%).

Over on Channel 4, Daniel Radcliffe movie The Woman in Black averaged 752k (4.2%) from 9pm.

On Channel 5, the latest Big Brother highlights interested 743k (3.9%) in the 9pm hour.

The multichannels were topped by ITV3's Foyle's War, which was watched by 682k (3.6%) from 8pm. »

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Atlantis finale averages 2.5 million viewers on BBC One

17 May 2015 5:46 AM, PDT | Digital Spy | See recent Digital Spy - TV news news »

Atlantis bowed out with 2.5 million viewers last night (May 16), according to overnight figures.

The feature-length finale of the BBC One fantasy programme averaged 2.51m (14%) between 7pm and 8.30pm.

Afterwards, The National Lottery: In It to Win It and Casualty treated 2.29m (10.9%) and 4.08m (21.6%) respectively.

On BBC Two, a Dad's Army repeat entertained 1.1m (5.1%) before an airing of Alan Partridge: Alpha Papa managed 1m (5.6%) from 9.20pm.

Britain's Got Talent continued strongly on ITV, earning 9.65m (47%) from 8pm, with 516k (2.7%) catching the show on +1.

Ninja Warrior UK attracted 4.53m (26.6%), and Play to the Whistle aired to 2.39m (12.7%).

On Channel 4, The World's Most Extreme averaged 902k (4.5%) in the 8pm hour. The Hunger Games drew 1.06m (6.6%).

Channel 5's latest Big Brother episode was seen by 693k (3.7%) from 9.20pm. CSI followed with 682k (4.6%).

The multichannels were topped during primetime by ITV2's Britain's Got More Talent, which appealed to 874k (4.7%) from 9.20pm. »

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Britain's Got Talent rises to nearly 10 million viewers on ITV

26 April 2015 2:56 AM, PDT | Digital Spy | See recent Digital Spy - TV news news »

Britain's Got Talent continued with a series high of nearly 10 million viewers last night (April 25), according to overnight figures.

ITV's reality competition show averaged 9.95m (46.3%) from 8pm, with an extra 511k (2.6%) watching on +1.

Ninja Warrior UK rose to 4.46m (24.5%) in the 7pm hour, and Play to the Whistle appealed to 2.42m (12.4%) from 9.15pm.

On BBC One, Pointless attracted an audience of 4.11m (22.9%), before Atlantis was watched by 2.39m (11.5%) from 7.45pm.

The National Lottery: In It to Win It garnered 2.75m (12.7%), with the latest Casualty treating 4.38m (22.6%) afterwards.

Over on BBC Two, a Dad's Army repeat entertained 1.37m (6.4%), and Gallipoli: When Murdoch Went to War managed 702k (3.3%).

Channel 4's The World's Most Extreme was seen by 555k (2.6%) in the 8pm hour, before a screening of Simon Pegg and Nick Frost movie Paul averaged 990k (5.5%).

On Channel 5, the latest CSI episode interested 769k (4.9%).

The multichannels were topped by ITV3's Britain's Got More Talent, »

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Britain's Got Talent continues with 9.5 million viewers on ITV

19 April 2015 3:29 AM, PDT | Digital Spy | See recent Digital Spy - TV news news »

Britain's Got Talent dominated primetime last night (April 18) with an audience of more than 9.5 million, according to overnight figures.

The ITV reality show averaged 9.54m (44.1%) from 8pm, with a further 537k (2.7%) watching on +1.

Ninja Warrior UK appealed to 3.54m (19.6%) in the 7pm hour, and Play to the Whistle managed 2.54m (12.9%) from 9.15pm.

BBC One's Atlantis continued with 2.58m (11.8%) from 8.25pm. The National Lottery Live was watched by 2.52m (11.6%) before the latest Casualty treated 4.21m (21.6%).

On BBC Two, a Dad's Army repeat entertained 1.24m (5.9%) and a screening of Jane Eyre averaged 1.05m (5.2%).

Over on Channel 4, The World's Most Extreme was seen by 837k (3.9%) in the 8pm hour. X-Men: First Class followed with an audience of 1.08m (6.4%).

Channel 5's latest episode of CSI garnered 741k (4.7%) from 10.10pm.

The multichannels were topped by ITV2's Britain's Got More Talent, which was watched by 1.21m (6.2%) from 9.15pm. »

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No "Doctor Who" Movie In Near Future

7 April 2015 7:16 AM, PDT | Dark Horizons | See recent Dark Horizons news »

"Doctor Who" show runner Steven Moffat says a movie version of the hit BBC series is not possible in this day and age. The reason? Funding, and the fact that the series is owned by a public broadcaster and so is taxpayer funded. He tells The Daily Express:

"How do we do it without leaching from the television series, which we're not allowed to do because Doctor Who is public funded? If it's going to be a different Doctor, are we going to try and sell two Doctors at the same time? I know there's been loads of Doctors, but there's only been one at a time. You don't have a James Bond on TV and one in the cinema."

That said, the show has previously been turned into film. Similarly BBC TV shows from the past have been getting big screen adaptations such as the upcoming film reboot of »

- Garth Franklin

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The Voice UK final watched by 6.3 million viewers on BBC One

5 April 2015 2:08 AM, PDT | Digital Spy | See recent Digital Spy - TV news news »

The 2015 live final of The Voice UK was watched by more than 6 million people, overnight figures indicate.

An average of 6.31m (31.6%) saw Stevie McCrorie win the fourth series of the BBC One singing competition. Last year, Jermain Jackman's triumph was witnessed by 6.6m (30.7%).

Later on from 9.10pm, the latest episode of Casualty attracted 4.57m (24.1%).

On BBC Two, a repeat of Dad's Army garnered 1.5m (7.4%) before Monteverdi in Mantua: The Genius of the Vespers secured 503k (2.6%) in the 9pm hour.

Over on ITV, the latest series of Ant & Dec's Saturday Night Takeaway concluded with 4.89m (24.7%) from 7pm. You're Back in the Room and The Jonathan Ross Show followed with 3.17m (15.9%) and 2.33m (13.1%) respectively.

Earlier in the evening, Thunderbirds Are Go managed 1.74m (13.4%) from 5pm.

Channel 4's End of the World Night averaged 1.09m (5.9%) between 9pm and 10.35pm.

On Channel 5, the latest instalment of Ted Danson's CSI interested 741k (4.4%) from 10pm. »

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The Voice UK drops to 6.3 million viewers for live semi-finals

29 March 2015 3:57 AM, PDT | Digital Spy | See recent Digital Spy - TV news news »

The Voice UK suffered a dip in viewers for its live semi-finals.

BBC One's singing competition was watched by 6.3m (30.2%) from 7pm according to overnight figures, down from 7.04m (32.8%) last week.

Casualty followed with 4.81m (24.4%), before The National Lottery Live appealed to 3.52m (20.6%).

On BBC Two, a Dad's Army repeat was enjoyed by 1.54m (7.2%) from 7.35pm. An airing of Bruce Willis film Looper averaged 1.05m (6%).

Over on ITV, Ant & Dec's Saturday Night Takeaway continued with 5.66m (27.1%) from 7pm. You're Back in the Room garnered 3.98m (19.2%) afterwards, and The Jonathan Ross Show earned 2.51m (14.1%) from 9.25pm.

Channel 4's feature-length Coalition drew 881k (4.7%) from 9pm. Earlier, The World's Weirdest Weather was seen by 826k (3.9%).

On Channel 5, the latest episode of CSI managed 883k (5.7%) from 9.55pm.

The multichannels were topped by ITV3's Foyle's War, which attracted 764k (3.7%) from 8pm. A double bill of The Following averaged 101k (0.5%) and 84k (0.6%) for »

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The Voice UK live quarter-finals watched by 7 million on BBC One

22 March 2015 4:08 AM, PDT | Digital Spy | See recent Digital Spy - TV news news »

The Voice UK earned more than 7 million viewers last night (March 21), according to overnight figures.

The BBC One singing competition attracted 7.04m (32.8%) for its live quarter-finals from 7.30pm. The results show managed 5.76m (30%) from 9.35pm.

The numbers are an improvement year-on-year, with last year's quarter-finals drawing 6.21m (27.6%) for the main show.

Elsewhere on BBC One, The National Lottery Live was watched by 5.12m (26.4%) from 9.25pm.

On BBC Two, a repeat of Dad's Army entertained 1.35m (6.2%) from 7.45pm. The Dakota Fanning film Now Is Good averaged 470k (2.6%) later on.

Over on ITV, Ant & Dec's Saturday Night Takeaway continued with 5.47m (25.9%) from 7pm, before You're Back in the Room and The Jonathan Ross Show garnered 3.85m (18%) and 2.23m (12%) respectively.

Channel 4's The World's Weirdest Weather was seen by 740k (3.4%) in the 8pm hour, with Richard III: The Princes in the Tower managing 1.22m (6%) afterwards.

On Channel 5, the latest episode of CSI intrigued 824k (4.9%) from 10pm. »

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The Voice UK drops to series low of 6.7 million on BBC One

15 March 2015 4:10 AM, PDT | Digital Spy | See recent Digital Spy - TV news news »

The Voice UK dropped to a series low last night (March 14), according to overnight figures.

BBC One's singing competition averaged 6.69m (31.6%) during the first knockouts episode, which saw will.i.am and Rita Ora choose their final teams.

The National Lottery: Win Your Wish List continued with 4.08m (20%) from 8.30pm, with Casualty attracting 4.85m (24.5%) afterwards.

BBC Two's How We Got to Now with Steven Johnson wrapped up with 663k (3.1%) from 7.30pm. A repeat of Dad's Army amused 1.7m (8.3%), and an airing of Hockney managed 828k (4.4%) from 9pm.

On ITV, Ant & Dec's Saturday Night Takeaway appealed to 5.46m (26.4%) from 7pm.

Phillip Schofield's You’re Back In The Room kicked off with 4.08m (19.8%) from 8.20pm, before the Madonna special of The Jonathan Ross Show was watched by 2.68m (13.7%).

Channel 4's The World's Weirdest Weather drew 712k (3.4%) in the 8pm hour, and Kristen Wiig film Bridesmaids entertained 1.08m (6.2%) from 9pm. »

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BBC One's The Voice UK continues Saturday lead with almost 7m viewers

8 March 2015 4:06 AM, PDT | Digital Spy | See recent Digital Spy - TV news news »

The Voice UK continued its reign over Saturday evenings with almost 7million viewers last night (March 7), according to overnight figures.

An average of 6.99m tuned in for the latest Battle Rounds, which is slightly down on last week's 7.23m. The average share also dropped from 33.1% to 23.5% this week.

The singing competition was preceded by Match of the Day Live on BBC One, attracting 3.98m (23.5%) from 5.15pm to 7.30pm as Aston Villa played West Bromwich Albion.

Casualty played out to 4.89m at 9.30pm, giving the channel a 24.8% share of the audience.

ITV's schedule led with Ant and Dec's Saturday Night Takeaway from 7pm, entertaining 5.94m / 27.8% until 8.30pm (+1: 277.6k / 1.3%).

Take Me Out followed with 3.20m / 14.9% (276.8k / 1.5%), while The Jonathan Ross Show took 2.09m / 12.4% (192.2k, 1.9%) from 10pm to 11pm.

Reginald D Hunter's Songs of the South was the most watched programme on BBC Two last night, with an average of 1.38m / 7.2% viewers between 9.30pm and 10.30pm. »

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BBC One's The Voice UK rises to 7.2m as Battle Rounds begin

1 March 2015 6:22 AM, PST | Digital Spy | See recent Digital Spy - TV news news »

The Voice UK rose to more than 7.2 million viewers as the Battle Rounds began last night (February 28).

BBC One's singing contest averaged 7.23m (33.1%) from 7.15pm, according to overnight figures. Casualty then appealed to 4.8m (23.9%).

BBC Two's How We Got to Now with Steven Johnson was watched by 816k (3.7%) from 7.45pm. A Dad's Army repeat entertained 1.51m (6.8%), before Reginald D Hunter's Songs of the South continued with 1.16m (5.9%).

On ITV, Ant & Dec's Saturday Night Takeaway managed 6.03m (28.5%) from 7pm.

Afterwards, Take Me Out and The Jonathan Ross Show attracted 3.36m (15.4%) and 2.17m (11.8%) respectively.

Channel 4's Homes by the Sea aired to 523k (2.5%) in the 7pm hour, with The World's Weirdest Weather garnering 812k (3.7%) afterwards. Nick Frost film Cuban Fury averaged 1.15m (6.1%) from 9pm.

On Channel 5, the latest episode of CSI was watched by 731k (3.5%) in the 9pm hour.

ITV3's Foyle's War won the multichannels, drawing 882k (4.1%) from 8pm. »

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Ant & Dec's Saturday Night Takeaway returns with 6.1 million viewers

22 February 2015 2:40 AM, PST | Digital Spy | See recent Digital Spy - TV news news »

The new series of Ant & Dec's Saturday Night Takeaway premiered to more than 6 million viewers last night (February 21), according to overnight figures.

ITV's variety show drew an audience of 6.17m (27.9%) from 7pm, with a further 400k (1.9%) tuning in on +1.

Ant & Dec's return caused BBC One's The Voice UK to drop to a series low of 6.75m (30.5%), as the blind auditions concluded.

The National Lottery: Win Your Wish List and Casualty followed with 4.78m (23.5%) and 4.67m (23.2%) respectively.

On BBC Two, How We Got to Now with Steven Johnson appealed to 937k (4.2%) from 7.30pm. A Dad's Army repeat garnered 1.63m (8.1%) and Reginald D Hunter's Songs of the South managed 1.42m (7%).

ITV's Take Me Out entertained 3.96m from 8.25pm, with The Jonathan Ross Show watched by 2.35m (12.7%) afterwards.

Channel 4's Homes by the Sea averaged 605k (2.7%) in the 7pm hour. The World's Weirdest Weather interested 890k (4.2%), before an airing of »

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The Voice UK appeals to more than 8.7 million on BBC One

15 February 2015 6:42 AM, PST | Digital Spy | See recent Digital Spy - TV news news »

The Voice UK blind auditions continued with more than 8.7 million last night (February 14), according to overnight figures.

The BBC One singing competition appealed to 8.76m (41.3%) from 7.15pm.

It was followed by The National Lottery: Win Your Wish List and Casualty, which managed 4.94m (24.3%) and 4.87m (24.7%) respectively.

BBC Two's How We Got to Now with Steven Johnson began with 882k (4.1%) from 7.35pm.

A Dad's Army repeat took 1.61m (7.9%), before Simon Rattle: The Making of a Maestro drew 761k (3.8%).

On ITV, Harry Hill's Stars in Their Eyes concluded its run with 2.12m (10.9%) from 6.30pm. Planet's Got Talent averaged 1.66m (8%), with Take Me Out attracting 3.03m (14.4%).

The Jonathan Ross Show managed 2.18m (11.1%) from 9.20pm.

On Channel 4, The World's Weirdest Weather was watched by 1.17m (5.5%) in the 8pm hour, before an airing of The Bourne Legacy garnered 1.53m (8.9%).

The latest episode of Channel 5's CSI was caught by 932k (4.6%).

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