Caravans: A British Love Affair (580,000/3%) at 8pm on Tuesday was one of two British-labelled shows on BBC4 to make the top 30
On Sunday at 9pm, The Silk Road launched with 680,000/3%, making it BBC4’s best performer of the week.
On Friday, BBC4 scored its best audience this week with Prince: A Purple Reign (890,000/6%), a documentary repeated in tribute to the late musician at 10pm.
On Friday at 9pm, BBC4’s People’s History Of Pop achieved 510,000/2.5%
The best of BBC4’s James May: The Reassembler was Wednesday 9pm’s reconstruction of an electric guitar.
Keith Lemon and Alan Carr are tussling for top billing and Lemon is on top so far.
BBC4’s The Beginning And End Of The Universe attracted 550,000/3% on Tuesday at 8pm
BBC4 launched Danish thriller Follow The Money with 540,000 - down on the previous incumbent, Iceland’s Trapped.
BBC4’s The Return of The Flying Scotsman achieved 1 million/5% on Monday at 8.30pm, the channel’s best of the week
This week, the much ballyhoo’d Family Guy launched ITV2’s new Cartoon Monday with 760,000/4%
Eurovision: You Decide a hit for BBC4 with 680,000 viewers
The third episode of BBC4’s Icelandic saga Trapped achieved 640,000/3%, 300,000 short of last week’s 9pm launch.
BBC4 will be pleased with its new Icelandic drama Trapped, which launched in the traditional 9pm Saturday slot with 940,000/ 5%
ITV2’s second run of The Keith Lemon Sketch Show launched on Thursday at 10pm with half of 2015’s series opener
E4’s best was Tuesday’s outing of Tattoo Fixers with 850,000/4% at 9pm, down from last week’s series high
ITV2’s brand extension Take Me Out: The Gossip hit a series high of 610,000 on Saturday at, beating episode two’s previous series best
The Saturday repeat of ITV’s Beowulf: Return To The Shieldlands drew 200,000, after last week’s episode one repeat mustered 500,000
This week, BBC4’s exploration of the tsars delivered decent ratings, but not ones Tsar Nicholas II might have died for.
At 9pm on New Year’s Day, The Joy Of Rachmaninoff attracted 250,000/1%.
Detectorists’ limp sign-off
BBC4’s new series Britain’s Outlaws: Highwaymen, Pirates And Rogues achieved 530,000/2% on Monday at 9pm.
Bridge return buoys BBC4
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