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
On Monday at 9pm, BBC4’s Dancing Cheek To Cheek: An Intimate History of Dance achieved 1.1 million/5%
The dog-training sitcom premiered with 320,000/2% on Thursday at 10pm
If ITV had been fretting about moving The Only Way Is Essex to ITV Be, it needn’t have worried.
ITV2’s Celebrity Juice: Halloween Special achieved 1.4 million/9% at 10pm on Thursday.
The best of the channel’s ABBA night on Friday was Agnetha: Abba And After at 11pm with 600,000/6%
There was disappointment for BBC4 with Australian drama The Code, which fell to 432,000/2%
The Only Way Is Ibiza achieved 674,000/3% at 9pm; episode two on Sunday at 10.15pm drew 582,000/4%.
BBC4 comedy Detectorists launched on Thursday at 10pm to 650,000/4%, comparing well with the 2012 series of Jo Brand comedy Getting On (460,000/2.5% live average)
The second series of ITV2’s comedy began with a double bill on Monday with 760,000/5% and 700,000/ 5%
On Tuesday at 10pm, BBC3’s Bad Education returned for a third series with 762,000/5%
‘Squeamish’ is an understatement. If the word ‘brain’ is plonked in the same sentence as ‘stem’ and ‘cell’, the world starts a-whirlin’ and it might be “look out floor, here I come”.
Bright Lights, Brilliant Minds: A Tale Of Three Cities hit a series low on Wednesday with 208,000/1%
The cool approach of Scandi TV detectives gave way to BBC4’s series of hot-blooded Swedish murderings.
Friday’s Kate Bush Story was BBC4’s top-rated show
E4 had the highest-rated, non-repeat homegrown show of the week: Hollyoaks on Monday at 7pm with 994,000/6%
BBC3’s comedy Cuckoo returned after a near two-year hiatus with 654,000/3.8%
BBC4’s Timeshift: Killer Storms And Cruel Winters was the channel’s best, with 690,000/3% at 9pm on Monday