Paris attacks dominate
Mobos fail to sing for ITV2
ITV2 pilots fail to take off
ITV2 enjoys a bright future
Swedish cop loses appeal
BBC3 race docs draw a crowd
Sturdy Oak Tree lifts BBC4
ITV2 basks in Corrie glory
ITV4 scores the winner
Map doc on the right path
Canals beat rails for BBC4
Top Coppers loses viewers
BBC4 counts on Churchill
The first episode of E4’s Made In Chelsea LA drew 530k/3% on Monday at 9pm.
Tattoo Fixers make a mark
ITV4 takes the yellow jersey
Love is in the air for ITV2
Tour a steady ride for ITV4
Lionesses top chart for BBC3
Glastonbury repays BBC’s faith
Clangers back with a bang
Love Island loses tan-off
Spidey gives Love a hand
Europa scores strong finish
Eurovision buoys BBC3
War docs add up for BBC4
Good turnout for The Vote
Hip-hop drama Empire is not your average acquisition for E4, but it’s one to watch.
Repeats boost for Reggie Yates’ Extreme Russia
Pop classics a hit for BBC4
Greece is the word for BBC4
Pretty good result for BBC3
BBC4’s new quiz The Quizeum launched on Wednesday at 8.30pm with 690,000/3%
BBC3’s winning show was ITV2-bound Family Guy with 510,000/6% on Friday at 11.25pm
On Thursday at 9pm, BBC4’s India’s Frontier Railways launched with a strong 860,000/ 4%
The Keith Lemon Sketch Show achieved 704,000/4% at 10pm on Thursday; 245,000 more than last week
BBC4 enhanced BBC2’s drama offering with a conveniently scheduled doc.
BBC3’s extension of BBC1’s East-Enders: Backstage Live at 9pm on Friday achieved 2.2 million/ 10%
ITV3’s Midsomer Murders tops the table with 1.2 million/ 6%, the only title to break through the million barrier this week.
BBC2’s Digging For Britain made its BBC4 debut on Tuesday at 8pm with 700,000/3%
The third episode of ITV2’s new sitcom Cockroaches achieved 212,000/1% on Tuesday at 10pm
E4 topped the table once more with Thursday’s The Big Bang Theory at 8.30pm (1.7 million/7%).
ITV3’s second highest-rated show of the week was Doc Martin (1 million/5%) at 7pm on Saturday, followed at 8pm by its highest-rated, Midsomer Murders (1.4 million/6%).
On Friday, BBC News averaged 532,000/4% from 6am to 11pm
ITV2’s best performer of the week was Despicable Me with 1.2 million/6% on New Year’s Day at 4.25pm.
On Tuesday, the first of BBC4’s two-part The Secrets of Quantum Physics achieved 0.6million/2.7%
On Thursday, the channel launched Castles: Britain’s Fortified History at 9pm to 630,000/ 3%
On Tuesday at 9pm, the third episode of Penelope Keith’s Hidden Villages drew 560,000/ 3% to More 4