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'Ripper Street' loses 300,000 viewers on BBC One

12 November 2013 3:07 AM, PST | Digital Spy | See recent Digital Spy - TV news news »

Ripper Street dropped by a further 300,000 viewers for its third episode on Monday, according to overnight figures.

The BBC One drama was seen by 3.97 million (17.0%) at 9pm. Earlier, Panorama interested 2.75m (11.0%) at 8.30pm.

On BBC Two, University Challenge quizzed 2.81m (11.7%) at 8pm, while MasterChef: The Professionals cooked up 2.74m (10.9%) at 8.30pm.

The Choir held steady for its second episode with 2.62m (11.2%) at 9pm. Never Mind the Buzzcocks tickled 1.21m (6.3%) at 10pm.

ITV's Tales from Northumberland interested 3.52m (14.6%) at 8pm (121k/0.5% on +1). Martin Clunes's A Mother's Son brought in 2.64m (11.3%) at 9pm (131k/0.8%).

On Channel 4, 999 appealed to 1.72m (7.4%) at 9pm (255k/1.5%), while Fresh Meat amused 840k (4.9%) at 10pm (151k/1.8%).

Channel 5's Josie Gibson documentary Got Thin, Got Fat Again attracted 1.10m (4.7%) at 9pm (112k/0.7%). The latest Under the Dome also brought in 1.10m (6.3%) at 10pm.

On BBC Three, Novak Djokovic's Atp World Tour Finals win scored 1.03m (4.5%) at 7.30pm. »

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'Ripper Street' loses over 700,000 viewers on BBC One

5 November 2013 2:50 AM, PST | Digital Spy | See recent Digital Spy - TV news news »

Ripper Street topped Monday night's ratings outside of soaps despite a large drop, overnight data reveals.

The BBC One drama lost over 700,000 viewers, dipping to 4.34 million (18.9%) at 9pm.

On BBC Two, University Challenge quizzed 3.18m (13.1%) at 8pm, followed by MasterChef: The Professionals with 3.19m (13.0%) at 8.30pm.

The Choir returned for a new series with 2.66m (11.6%) at 9pm, while Huey Morgan's strop on Never Mind the Buzzcocks entertained 1.25m (6.8%) at 10pm.

ITV's Tales from Northumbria brought in 3.57m (14.8%) at 8pm (105k/0.5% on +1). Martin Clunes drama A Mother's Son interested 3.24m (14.2%) at 9pm (217k/1.3%).

On Channel 4, 999 attracted 1.52m (6.7%) at 9pm (292k/1.8%). Fresh Meat returned for a new series, amusing 929k (5.6%) at 10pm (128k/1.6%).

Channel 5's The Woman with 40 Cats fascinated 1.32m (5.8%) at 9pm (168k/1.0%). Under the Dome continued with 946k (5.7%) at 10pm.

On BBC Four, Only Connect attracted 913k (3.7%) at 8.30pm. On Sky1, the latest Arrow thrilled 460k (1.9%).

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Claire Goose, Peter Firth to star in ITV thriller 'Undeniable'

1 November 2013 5:10 AM, PDT | Digital Spy | See recent Digital Spy - TV news news »

Claire Goose and Peter Firth will lead the cast of the exciting new ITV thriller Undeniable.

The two-parter is written by Chris Lang (A Mother's Son, The Reckoning) and will also star Felix Scott (Doc Martin), Christina Bottomley (Dci Banks) and Pippa Haywood (Scott & Bailey).

The story revolves around Jane Fielding (Goose), who recognises the man who killed her mother 23 years after the murder took place.

Andrew Bolton (Firth) becomes the focus of the reopened murder inquiry and the centre of attention for Fielding.

The press release reveals: "Jane remains defiant. In her heart she believes she's found the man who killed her mother decades earlier. Can she finally learn the truth about who killed her mother, and why?"

ITV's Victoria Fea said: "Undeniable is an original and powerful drama about a women's battle to see the man responsible for her mother's murder brought to justice.

"Chris Lang's scripts are vivid and compelling, »

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