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UK TV ratings: 3.54 million tune in for the return of Gogglebox

12 September 2015 6:29 AM, PDT | Digital Spy | See recent Digital Spy - TV news news »

An average of 3.54 million (17.3%) tuned in for the new series of Gogglebox at 9pm on Channel 4.

A peak audience of 3.68 million watched a TV programme about watching TV, making it Friday's (September 11) highest-rated show outside of soaps. A further 598k (3.9%) watched on Channel 4+1.

It was sandwiched between Celebrity Fifteen to One with 950k (4.7%) at 8pm and a This is England special with 1.84 million (10.4%) at 10pm. Alan Carr: Chatty Man returned to 1.23 million (8.4%) at 10.15pm.

Celebrity Big Brother's fake fake eviction was seen by 1.36 million (7%) at 9pm, peaking with 1.46 million (7.3%) as the results were announced.

Celebrity Big Brother's Bit on the Side followed with 542k (4.6%), while live footage from the house was seen by 355k (4.6%).

Over on BBC One, The One Show drew an average audience of 3.19 million (19%) at 7pm, followed by 2.04 million (11%) for A Question of Sport.

Would I Lie to You continued with 2.86 million (13.6%) at 8.30pm, »

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UK TV ratings: 1.49 million watch the first Celebrity Big Brother eviction

5 September 2015 6:00 AM, PDT | Digital Spy | See recent Digital Spy - TV news news »

An average audience of 1.49 million (7.9%) tuned in to watch Celebrity Big Brother's first eviction on Friday (September 4) evening.

A peak audience of 1.73 million (9.1%) turned over between 9.45-10pm to watch Emma Willis announce the results of the public vote.

Celebrity Big Brother's Bit on the Side followed with 650k (5.5%), while live footage from the CBB house closed the evening with 366k (4.9%).

For the fourth week running, BBC One's The One Show was the evening's highest-rated programme outside of soaps, reeling in 3.27 million (19.2%) at 7pm.

The night continued with 2.83 million (13.4%) for Would I Lie to You? at 8.30pm and a reduced audience of 2.68 million (13.6%) for Ripper Street at 9pm.

Over on ITV, Breaking into Britain: Tonight filled the gap between episodes of Coronation Street with 1.97m (10.2%) at 8pm.

Piers Morgan's Life Stories returned with 2.44 million (12.4%) at 9pm on ITV, as the host interviewed singing sensation Lionel Richie.

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Great British Menu is returning to BBC Two later this summer

10 June 2015 2:56 PM, PDT | Digital Spy | See recent Digital Spy - TV news news »

Great British Menu will be cooking up a storm on BBC Two later this summer.

A new series of the show is to see plucky members of the British public serve up their signature dishes to a team of expert judges.

This series, contestants are attempting to win the chance to cook at a special banquet at London's Drapers Hall, celebrating 100 years of the Women's Institute (Wi).

Matthew Fort, Prue Leith and Oliver Peyton will judge the food entered in the competition.

Fort said: "All good cooking begins in the home. That's why the Wi has been so important to food in this country. It has established and maintained the highest of standards for home cooking.

"But great home cooking won't be enough to get a dish to the Banquet at this year's Gbm. Any dish must honour the standards of the Wi, but also build on them with imagination »

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