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UK TV ratings: Big Blue Live kicks off with 5m on BBC One on Sunday

24 August 2015 3:35 AM, PDT | Digital Spy | See recent Digital Spy - TV news news »

UK TV ratings roundup - data supplied by Barb

Big Blue Live was a ratings winner for BBC One on Sunday (August 23), according to overnight data.

The new live series kicked off with 4.96m (27.1%) at 7pm, while the latest episode of Partners in Crime brought in 3.68m (18.2%) at 9pm.

Over on BBC Two, Dragons' Den continued with 2.89m (13.9%) at 8pm, while Odyssey averaged 1.09m (5.4%) at 9pm.

ITV's Animal Mums appealed to 2.01m (11.0%) at 7pm (199k/1.0% on +1), before Midsomer Murders gathered 2.19m (10.7%) between 8pm and 10pm (229k/1.3%).

On Channel 4, Time Crashers interested 1.17m (5.7%) at 8pm (145k/0.7%) at 8pm, while the network premiere of Les Misérables entertained 1.32m (8.9%) at 9pm (106k/1.1%).

Channel 5's Police Interceptors: Unleashed thrilled 642k (3.1%) at 8pm (73k/0.4%), and Snitch was seen by 1.12m (6.4%) at 9pm (67k/0.6%). »

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UK TV ratings: Countryfile tops ratings, while Cilla at the BBC brings in 956k

17 August 2015 2:19 AM, PDT | Digital Spy | See recent Digital Spy - TV news news »

UK TV ratings roundup - data supplied by Barb

Countryfile continued to rule the ratings on Sunday (August 16), according to overnight figures.

The BBC One series pulled in 5.66m for its latest episode and scored a 32.7% audience share between 7pm and 8pm.

Later, Fake or Fortune? appealed to 4.17m (21.2%) at 8pm, while the start of a new three-part adventure on Partners in Crime entertained 4.23m (21.1%) at 9pm.

On BBC Two, Burma, My Father and the Forgotten Army interested 650k (3.8%) at 7pm, before Dragons' Den kept 2.74m (14.0%) on the edge of their seats at 8pm, and Odyssey continued with 1.12m (5.6%) at 9pm.

ITV's Nature Nuts with Julian Clary continued to rise with 1.40m (8.1%) at 7pm (189k/1.0% on +1), while Midsomer Murders averaged 1.93m (9.7%) at 8pm (184k/1.0%).

Channel 4's Secret History gathered 500k (2.9%) at 7pm (143k/0.7%), while Experimental was seen by 410k (2.1%) at 8pm (47k/0.2%). Zero Dark Thirty followed with 750k (5.1%) at »

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UK TV ratings: David Walliams' Partners in Crime wraps up its first adventure with 4.5m

10 August 2015 3:31 AM, PDT | Digital Spy | See recent Digital Spy - TV news news »

UK TV ratings roundup - data supplied by Barb

Partners in Crime wrapped up its first three-part adventure with 4.49m (22.9%) on BBC One, according to overnight figures for Sunday (August 9).

The figure was down around half a million on the number who tuned in to see episode two of the David Walliams series last week.

Elsewhere, Countryfile topped the night with 5.95m (34.3%) at 7pm, while Fake or Fortune? appealed to 4.55m (23.3%) at 8pm.

On BBC Two, Dragons' Den continued with 3.11m (15.9%) at 8pm, while Odyssey attracted 1.21m (6.1%) at 9pm.

ITV's Nature Nuts with Julian Clary added 200,000 viewers with 1.39m (8.1%) at 7pm (158k/0.8% on +1), before Midsomer Murders intrigued 2.14m (11.0%) between 8pm and 10pm (220k/1.3%).

Over on Channel 4, The Dambusters' Great Escape gathered 640k (3.7%) at 7pm (160k/0.8%), while Experimental interested 490k (2.5%) at 8pm (91k/0.5%). Life of Pi followed with 1.71m (10.5%) at 9pm (241k/2.2%).

Channel 5's Police Interceptors: Unleashed entertained 816k (4.2%) at »

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UK TV ratings: Humans rises to 2.2m for its finale on Channel 4

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

UK TV ratings roundup - data supplied by Barb

Humans added viewers for its season one finale on Sunday (August 2), according to overnight figures.

The Channel 4 sci-fi drama entertained 2.24m (10.8%) at 9pm, while a further 338,000 (2.2%) tuned in on +1. This week's figure is up 340,000 on last week's episode.

BBC One's Countryfile was the night's most-watched programme, with 5.64m (33.3%) at 7pm, before Fake or Fortune? appealed to 4.54m (23.1%) at 8pm, and Partners in Crime continued with 5.02m (24.2%) at 9pm.

On BBC Two, Dragon's Den averaged 3.0m (15.3%) at 8pm, while Odyssey interested 1.06m (5.1%) at 9pm.

ITV's Nature Nuts with Julian Clary began with 1.19m (7.0%) at 7pm (104k/0.5% on +1), and Midsomer Murders was watched by 2.06m (10.2%) at 8pm (162k/0.9%).

Meanwhile, Channel 5's Tut thrilled 734k (4.6%) at 9pm (88k/0.9%). »

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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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‘Midsomer Murders’ Producer Bentley Seeks Out ‘Harry Price: Ghost Hunter’

13 July 2015 7:34 AM, PDT | Variety - TV News | See recent Variety - TV News news »

London — Bentley Prods., the company behind hit crime-series “Midsomer Murders,” is to produce TV movie “Harry Price: Ghost Hunter” for U.K. network ITV.

Set in 1920s London at a time of rapidly emerging technology, the 120-minute film is a stand-alone story based on real-life ghost hunter and skeptic Harry Price, who investigated tales of the paranormal and supernatural.

The telepic is written by Jack Lothian, whose credits include “Doc Martin,” “Death in Paradise” and “Ashes to Ashes,” based on the novel “The Ghost Hunters” by Neil Spring, who is director of communications for London-based NBCUniversal Intl. Studios.

“Harry Price: Ghost Hunter” will be executive produced for Bentley by Jo Wright (“Midsomer Murders”) and produced by Denise Paul (“Doctor Who”). The film has been commissioned for ITV by director of drama Steve November and controller of commissioning Victoria Fea.

Details of casting will be made available in the coming weeks, »

- Leo Barraclough

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UK TV ratings: Emma Willis's Prized Apart continues with 2.6 million on BBC One

12 July 2015 8:40 AM, PDT | Digital Spy | See recent Digital Spy - TV news news »

UK TV ratings roundup – data supplied by Barb

Emma Willis's Prized Apart continued with nearly 2.6 million viewers last night (July 12), according to overnight figures.

The BBC One show averaged 2.58m (16.8%) from 7pm, before The National Lottery: Who Dares Wins earned 3.57m (21.3%).

Casualty was seen by 3.88m (22.1%) from 8.55pm, and The John Bishop Show appealed to 2.72m (16.9%) afterwards.

On BBC Two, Wimbledon coverage averaged 1.3m (8.5%) between 5.55pm and 9.30pm.

ITV aired Harry Potter and the Deathly Hallows: Part 1 from 7pm, which was enjoyed by 2.71m (16.5%).

On Channel 4, the film Ted starring Mark Wahlberg, Mila Kunis and Seth MacFarlane was watched by 1.32m (8.3%) from 9pm.

Channel 5's latest Big Brother highlights at 9.50pm took figures of 843k (5.4%).

On the multichannels, ITV3's Midsomer Murders interested 933k (5.5%) from 8pm. »

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UK TV ratings: The Syndicate averages more than 5 million on BBC One

17 June 2015 7:55 AM, PDT | Digital Spy | See recent Digital Spy - TV news news »

UK TV ratings roundup – data supplied by Barb

The Syndicate continued with more than 5 million viewers last night (June 16), according to overnight figures.

The BBC One programme appealed to 5.19m (25.6%) in the 9pm hour, before Dara O'Briain Meets Stephen Hawking was seen by 2.09m (18.1%) from 10.35pm.

On BBC Two, Alex Polizzi: Chefs on Trial managed 925k (5.5%) from 7pm.

Natural World and An Hour to Save Your Life followed with 1.83m (10%) and 1.98m (9.8%) respectively.

ITV's Me and My Guide Dog attracted 1.91m (10.5%) in the 8pm hour. The Enforcers was watched by 1.67m (8.2%).

On Channel 4, Running the Shop averaged 1.12m (6.1%) before No Offence had 1% (4.9%).

Channel 5's latest Big Brother episode - which saw Brian Belo and Helen Wood fall out - appealed to 1.13m (7.3%) from 10pm, with 468k (5.6%) sticking around for Bit on the Side.

Earlier, The Dog Rescuers was seen by 890k (4.9%) and OAPs Behaving Badly garnered 944k (4.7%).

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Richard Johnson, British Star Of Stage, Screen And Television, Dead At Age 87

6 June 2015 8:50 PM, PDT | Cinemaretro.com | See recent CinemaRetro news »

Richard Johnson (far right) in the 1963 supernatural masterpiece "The Haunting" with Claire Bloom, Russ Tamblyn and Julie Harris.

 

By Lee Pfeiffer

Cinema Retro mourns the loss of our friend, actor Richard Johnson, who has passed away at age 87. Johnson was a classically trained actor, having attended Rada and was also one of the founding members of the Royal Shakespeare Company. His acting career was interrupted by service in the Royal Navy during WWII but Johnson resumed his profession at the end of the war. He alternated between playing small parts in feature films and leading roles in stage productions. In 1959, he got his first significant screen role starring with Frank Sinatra and young Steve McQueen and Charles Bronson in the WWII film "Never So Few".  He was initially offered the role of James Bond but turned down the opportunity. He later told Cinema Retro that he had no regrets because »

- nospam@example.com (Cinema Retro)

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Complete Angel reviews: Somnambulist

25 May 2015 9:13 AM, PDT | Shadowlocked | See recent Shadowlocked news »

Now here's a question that's the sort to get The Beast on The Chase rubbing his chubby hands in delight as a browbeaten contestant faces a wrong answer: What is a somnambulist?

It's not the sort of word that crops up in everyday patter. “Hello, I saw a somnambulist last night. Did you?” In fact, the only time I've come across this word was when I bought the CD version of Xtc's splendid Black Sea album which features a hypnotic, ambient B-side extra song called The Somnambulist. In fact, it's another term for a sleepwalker – so if by some minute chance, you read this and find yourself faced with this question on a big money quiz show, remember – you read it here!

Even Wesley is none too sure that his new boss is on the level. Having read the front pages of the papers, he's alarmed to find that the »

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UK TV ratings: First Eurovision semi-final wows 790k on Tuesday

20 May 2015 8:32 AM, PDT | Digital Spy | See recent Digital Spy - TV news news »

UK TV ratings roundup – data supplied by Barb

The first semi-final of the 2015 Eurovision Song Contest topped the multichannel ratings on Tuesday (May 19), according to overnight data.

Live coverage from Vienna brought in 790,000 viewers and a 3.9% audience share for BBC Three from 8pm.

BBC One's 24 Hours in the Past was the night's most watched programme outside of the soaps with 3.17m (15.8%) at 9pm, while The Dog Factory followed with 1.28m (13.7%) at 10.45pm.

On BBC Two, Antiques Road Trip interested 1.37m (7.5%) at 7pm, before the Rhs Chelsea Flower Show was seen by 3.03m (15.1%) at 8pm, and The Detectives fascinated 1.81m (9.0%) at 9pm.

Midsomer Murders averaged 1.94m (9.7%) for ITV between 8pm and 10pm (215k/1.2% on +1).

On Channel 4, Kirsty and Phil's Love It or List It gathered 1.50m (7.5%) at 8pm (327k/1.6%), while No Offence continued with 1.45m (7.2%) at 9pm (179k/1.2%).

Channel 5's The Dog Rescuers appealed to 888k (4.4%) at 8pm (138k »

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Common as Muck box set review – where there’s muck there’s warmhearted fun and drama

7 May 2015 9:00 AM, PDT | The Guardian - TV News | See recent The Guardian - TV News news »

This edgy 90s comedy about a wagonload of bolshy northern binmen has plenty of aggressively funny banter, murky municipal dealings – and Edward Woodward getting engaged to June Whitfield

This comedy-drama about a bunch of bolshy northern binmen hit the small screen in the mid-1990s with all passions blazing – social, sexual and political. Boasting a great cast headed by Edward Woodward (no suave Equalizing here) and Neil Dudgeon (now top cop in Midsomer Murders), the show follows Supercrew, as they are dubbed, as they grapple with the privatisation of council services and a society that thinks they’re as grubby as the job they do.

Written by William Ivory, who also gave us Made in Dagenham, the two series pack in plenty plotwise and touch on weighty topics: class, masculinity, the meaning of life. But it’s the characters that win you over, with each of the “lads” getting plenty »

- Caroline Rees

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Have I Got News For You tops Friday's ratings with 4.07 million

2 May 2015 5:21 AM, PDT | Digital Spy | See recent Digital Spy - TV news news »

Have I Got News for You was Friday's (May 1) highest-rated show outside of soaps.

Hosted by Alexander Armstrong, the topical panel show attracted an average audience of 4.07 million (19.8%) from 9pm.

BBC One's evening began with 3.24 (19.1%) for The One Show at 7pm, followed by 3.11 million (16.9%) for A Question of Sport at 7.30pm.

A repeat showing of Wallace & Gromit: A Grand Day Out filled the void left by Masterchef at 8.35pm, and managed to secure an average audience of 2.12 million (10.9%).

Mrs. Brown's Boys entertained 2.88 million (14.4%) at 9.30pm, while The Graham Norton Show secured ratings of 2.72 million (23.1%) at 10.40pm.

Over on ITV, Weekend Escapes with Warwick Davis was seen by 2.36 million (12.5%) at 8pm, while Slow Train Through Africa with Griff Rhys Jones entertained 2.05 million (10.2%) at 9pm.

BBC Two's evening was dominated by Live Snooker: The World Championship coverage from 6.30pm until 9pm. The event drew an average audience of 1.14 million »

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Sara Geater Joins Producer-Distributor All3Media as COO

30 April 2015 3:42 AM, PDT | Variety - TV News | See recent Variety - TV News news »

London — Leading international production and distribution company All3Media, which is owned jointly by Discovery Communications and Liberty Global, has appointed Sara Geater as its chief operating officer.

All3Media comprises 21 companies, including Bentley Prods. (“Midsomer Murders”), Company Pictures (“Wolf Hall,” “The White Queen”), Neal Street Prods. (“Penny Dreadful”), Optomen (“Ramsay’s Kitchen Nightmares”), Studio Lambert (“Undercover Boss”) and Zoo Productions (“Are You Smarter Than a 5th Grader?”).

Geater, who recently served as chair of U.K. producers’ body Pact, was formerly CEO of FremantleMedia U.K. Prior to this, she was head of commercial affairs at broadcaster Channel 4, following a stint as director of rights and business affairs at the BBC, where she negotiated the first Codes of Practice between the BBC and the independent sector.

Geater has also served as head of film and TV at Avalon, head of production at Miramax Films and as a Channel 4 drama co-production executive. »

- Leo Barraclough

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BBC One's 24 Hours in the Past tops Tuesday ratings with 3.8m

29 April 2015 2:51 AM, PDT | Digital Spy | See recent Digital Spy - TV news news »

24 Hours in the Past topped the ratings outside of soaps on Tuesday (April 28), according to overnight figures.

The first episode of the BBC One history series - which saw six celebrities experience life in Victorian Britain - brought in 3.79m (18.6%) at 9pm.

Over on BBC Two, Alex Polizzi: Chefs on Trial continued with 1.34m (6.7%) at 8pm, while Wastemen averaged 1.51m (7.4%) at 9pm.

ITV's Midsomer Murders entertained 2.28m (11.3%) between 8pm and 10pm (269k/1.5% on +1).

On Channel 4, Kirstie and Phil's Love It or List It interested 1.89m (9.4%) at 8pm (341k/1.7%), while The Queen's Big Night Out gathered 1.67m (8.2%) at 9pm (165k/1.1%). Ballot Monkeys was watched by 930k (5.5%) at 10pm (137k/1.6%).

On Channel 5, Britain's Horror Homes fascinated 1.01m (5.0%) at 8pm (75k/0.4%), while Can't Pay? We'll Take It Away! brought in 893k (4.4%) at 9pm (78k/0.5%). Killer Psychopaths gathered 537k (3.4%) at 10pm (37k/0.5%).

BBC Three's Girls Behind Bars: Stacey Dooley in the USA was seen by 596k (2.9%) at 9pm, »

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Midsomer Murders to get its first regular Asian lead character

15 April 2015 4:29 AM, PDT | The Guardian - TV News | See recent The Guardian - TV News news »

Manjinder Virk to join ITV murder mystery series four years after one of its creators said it ‘wouldn’t work’ with ethnic minorities

Midsomer Murders is to get its first regular leading Asian character four years after one of its creators said it “wouldn’t work” with ethnic minorities.

Manjinder Virk, who starred in BBC1’s Ordinary Lies and Peter Kosminsky’s Bafta-winning Britz on Channel 4, will play pathologist Dr Kam Karimore in the long-running murder mystery series which will return to ITV next year.

Related: Midsomer Murders producer suspended over diversity remarks

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- John Plunkett

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Midsomer Murders: ITV orders six new feature-length episodes

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

Midsomer Murders will return for an 18th series, it has been confirmed.

ITV has commissioned six new feature-length episodes of the popular drama to air in 2016.

Filming has already begun on the episodes, which will once again star Neil Dudgeon and Gwilym Lee.

Manjinder Virk (Ordinary Lies) will join the cast as Dr Kam Karimore, a pathologist who helps Dci John Barnaby (Dudgeon) and DS Charlie Nelson (Lee) in their investigations.

Executive Producer Jo Wright said: "We are back for even more episodes next year thanks to ITV, which gives us the chance to explore more strange and entertaining tales of Midsomer life. And with a new pathologist who will cause DS Nelson trouble in more ways than one."

Steve November, ITV's Director of Drama, added: "Midsomer Murders is one of ITV's most enduring and successful dramas. We're delighted to be recommissioning a further six episodes and to be continuing »

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Have I Got News for You returns to 4.57 million on BBC One

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

Have I Got News for You returned to 4.57 million viewers on BBC One.

Hosted by Harry Potter star Daniel Radcliffe, the first episode of the 49th series earned a 21.5% audience share at 9pm. It was the evening's highest-rated show outside of soaps.

It was sandwiched between Masterchef with 4.23 million viewers (19.3%) and a repeat of Mrs Brown's Boys with 3.05 million (15.4%).

The One Show kicked BBC One's evening off with 3.68 million (21.6%) at 7pm, followed by 3.14 million (17%) for A Question of Sport.

Featuring guests such as Harry Enfield and Paul Whitehouse, The Graham Norton Show returned to 2.92 million (24%) at 10.35pm.

The final episode of Barging Round Britain with John Sergeant was seen by 2.86 million (14.1%) on ITV, while Slow Train Through Africa with Griff Rhys Jones opened to 2.25 million (11.1%) at 9pm.

BBC Two's Golf: The Masters Highlights attracted 900k (5.1%), followed by 1.63 million (8.1%) for An Island Parish: Falklands and 2.06 million (9.4%) for Gardeners' World. »

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BBC One's Ordinary Lies tops Tuesday ratings with 4.5m

8 April 2015 2:20 AM, PDT | Digital Spy | See recent Digital Spy - TV news news »

BBC One's Ordinary Lies continued its ratings dominance on Tuesday (April 7), according to overnight figures.

The drama series gathered 4.48m (21.5%) at 9pm to top the ratings outside soaps, but lost 300,000 viewers from last week.

Over on BBC Two, Collectaholics was seen by 1.44m (7.9%) at 7pm, before Back in Time for Dinner interested 2.72m (13.5%) at 8pm, and Dara and Ed's Great Big Adventure entertained 1.75m (8.4%) at 9pm.

The latest edition of ITV's Tonight attracted 1.47m (7.8%) at 7.30pm (128k/0.6% on +1), while Midsomer Murders brought in 2.15m (10.4%) between 8pm and 10pm (197k/1.1%).

Channel 4's Burger Bar to Gourmet Star continued with 840k (4.2%) at 8pm (80k/0.4%), and One Born Every Minute thrilled 1.48m (7.1%) at 9pm (233k/1.5%). A repeat of The Billion Pound Hotel was seen by 1.02m (6.6%) at 10pm (123k/1.6%).

On Channel 5, Britain's Horror Homes intrigued 993k (4.9%) at 8pm (45k/0.2%), while Benefits and Bypasses: Billion Pound Patients interested 1.05m (5.0%) at 9pm (85k »

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