WEDNESDAY: Channel 5 drama Suspects returned with its lowest ever opening, while The Apprentice and I’m A Celebrity remained steady.
TUESDAY: BBC1 drama adaptation Capital performed well in the face of strong competition from ITV’s I’m a Celebrity.
MONDAY: A Dispatches special about Isis informed 1.7m, while The Martin Lewis Money Show returned to ITV with its second-highest audience.
SUNDAY: Strictly Come Dancing left Jekyll and Hyde in the shadows on Sunday night as the BBC1 format hit a series high.
FRIDAY: The hour-long Adele special, in which the singer performed tracks from her new album, peaked with over 5m to help BBC1 take a chunk out of I’m A Celebrity…Get Me Out Of Here!
SATURDAY: Scandi drama The Bridge returned for a third series on BBC4 with its biggest audience on record.
THURSDAY: Michel Roux’s disability series closed on a series low of 730,000 for Channel 4, while BBC1’s medical series Doctor In The House ailed in the face of I’m A Celebrity.
WEDNESDAY: Channel 4’s comedy double of Peep Show and Toast Of London failed to bring in a big crowd, as I’m A Celebrity took a bite out of The Apprentice.
TUESDAY: The football friendly between England and France, held days after the Paris terrorist attacks, was watched by twice as many fans as Friday’s defeat against Spain.
MONDAY: The second instalment of I’m A Celebrity was 1m behind last night’s episode and suffered a significant drop on its ratings at the same point last year.
SATURDAY: Strictly Come Dancing leapt to a Saturday night series high, opening up a 3.5m gap over rival The X Factor.
SUNDAY: I’m A Celebrity…Get Me Out Of Here! returned with its lowest launch episode since 2009.
FRIDAY: The BBC News channel and Sky News both pulled in audiences of over 1.1m viewers as the terrorist attacks in Paris unfolded.
THURSDAY: The Last Panthers launched with an audience which almost doubled Sky Atlantic’s slot average – but struggled to outperform the opener of Fortitude.
WEDNESDAY: MasterChef: The Professionals helped BBC2 carve up ITV in the 8pm slot, as the final series of Peep Show debuted with 1.2m.
TUESDAY: Channel 5’s wildlife series about Loch Lomond made a strong start, matching the final of ITV’s gameshow Eternal Glory at 8pm.
MONDAY: A Nine Lives investigation into Aldi helped Channel 4’s Dispatches ring up its biggest audience in six years.
FRIDAY: BBC1’s Class of ’92 documentary helped Salford City’s FA Cup clash with Notts County to a peak of 3.5m viewers.
SUNDAY: The final series of Downton Abbey bowed out with its biggest audience for two years, as Strictly Come Dancing rose to another high.
SATURDAY: The X Factor recovered from last week’s poor performance – adding almost 1m viewers as the live rounds entered their second week.
THURSDAY: Chris Tarrant’s Extreme Railway Journeys gathered viewers across its six-parts to disembark with a series high performance.
WEDNESDAY: Dominic Sandbrook entertained a slightly larger audience than watched his previous BBC2 film, as the Mobo Awards’ crowd halved on ITV2.
TUESDAY: The Great Pottery Throw Down struggled to replicate the success of Love Productions’ previous BBC2 formats Bake Off and Sewing Bee.
MONDAY: Nigella Lawson returned to BBC2 with a solid audience, while Doc Martin’s finale sewed up the 9pm slot.
SUNDAY: Sir David Attenborough returned to BBC1 to inform 4.4m with The Hunt, while Jekyll and Hyde slipped below 2.5m for ITV.
FRIDAY: Citizen Khan pulled in its second biggest audience since its launch episode as Channel 4’s Gogglebox continued to dominate the 9pm slot.
SATURDAY: The X Factor finals got underway with a record low, as ITV’s entertainment show was thrashed by Strictly Come Dancing.
THURSDAY: Class of ‘92: Out of their League was unable to outscore BBC1’s Wayne Rooney documentary as Kitchen Impossible served up 1.3m for Channel 4.
THURSDAY: Supergirl took off for Sky 1, as E4’s Big Bang Theory exploded past BBC2, Channel 4 and Channel 5.
WEDNESDAY: Cuffs, BBC1’s first new pre-watershed drama series for eight years, started solidly with 4.2m viewers.
TUESDAY: Catastrophe returned to Channel 4 for a second run with an audience narrowly above its debut earlier this year.
MONDAY: E4’s US acquisition Scream Queens opened up with a solid performance, shocking 80,000 viewers more than the channel’s slot average.
FRIDAY: Channel 4 shows The Returned and TFI Friday slipped as they returned for a second week.
SUNDAY: ITV’s new teatime drama Jekyll and Hyde suffered mixed fortunes, as the live judges’ houses experiment failed to pay off on The X Factor.
SATURDAY: The X Factor was unable to capitalise on its return to its Saturday slot with a new live element after being bumped by the Rugby World Cup.
THURSDAY: BBC2 medieval drama The Last Kingdom got underway with around half the audience locked up by Wolf Hall earlier this year.
WEDNESDAY: ITV2’s Back to the Future celebrations, including a special Keith Lemon tribute show, helped the channel to its best day on record.
TUESDAY: Former Top Gear host James May returned to BBC2 with a solid performance for motoring manufacturing event Building Cars Live.
MONDAY: Honey I Bought The House got off to strong start for Watch, as The Muppets debuted on Sky 1 with nearly 400,000 viewers.
SATURDAY: Strictly Come Dancing rocketed to a series high and continued to boost Doctor Who.
SUNDAY: Lord Grantham’s dining table collapse help Downton Abbey to its largest audience since last year’s finale.
FRIDAY: TFI Friday returned with almost half the audience that tuned in to June’s special - but Chris Evans’ show still doubled C4’s slot average.
THURSDAY: Hunted and Cradle To Grave bowed out on series lows, as The Apprentice fell by almost 1m from Wednesday’s opener.
WEDNESDAY: The Apprentice recruited 6.4m viewers as it returned to BBC1 as Alexander Armstrong set off to the Arctic Circle for ITV with fewer than 3m in tow.
TUESDAY: The return of Karl Pilkington’s Moaning of Life and US superhero show The Flash helped Sky 1 to notch up some of its biggest audiences of the year.
MONDAY: Stand Up To Cancer’s First Dates special performed solidly but was unable to beat Friday’s charity-themed Gogglebox.
SATURDAY: England’s dead rubber rugby win over Uruguay was beaten by Australia’s defeat of Wales, while Strictly Come Dancing hit a series high.
FRIDAY: C4’s Stand Up To Cancer-inspired Gogglebox trumped BBC1, but just lost out to ITV’s England Euro 2016 qualifier.
SUNDAY: Strictly Come Dancing’s result show comfortably beat The X Factor, although the latter scored a higher peak. Elsewhere, Homeland opened in line with last year, Downton steadied and From Darkness dropped.
THURSDAY: ITV drama Unforgotten got underway with a healthy audience that won the 9pm slot.
WEDNESDAY: The Great British Bake Off final became the highest-rated show of the year, contributing to a stellar night for BBC1.
TUESDAY: E4 sitcom Chewing Gum proved to be the stickiest show in a crowded evening on multi-channel with rival programme launches on BBC3, BBC4, and ITV2.
MONDAY: BBC1’s Wayne Rooney documentary struggled to outscore Doc Martin in a strong 9pm slot.
SUNDAY: BBC1 drama From Darkness struggled to compete with Downton Abbey.
FRIDAY: An appearance by Jeremy Clarkson as guest host on Have I Got News For You helped the panel show outperform the Rugby World Cup and Googlebox.
SATURDAY: England were knocked out of the Rugby World Cup in front of the second-biggest crowd of the tournament.
THURSDAY: ITV2’s Almost Impossible Gameshow started slowly, while Chris Tarrant went back on his travels for Channel 5.
WEDNESDAY: Sky 1’s apocalyptic comedy drama started strongly while The Great British Bake Off whipped up its best audience since last year’s final.
TUESDAY: ITV’s Britain’s Biggest Adventures with Bear Grylls drew to a close on the summit of Ben Nevis with a series average of just under 1.5m viewers.
MONDAY: BBC3’s hard-hitting Klu Klux Klan film has become the channel’s highest-rated documentary of 2015.
FRIDAY: Strictly Come Dancing dominated the evening’s schedule as the share for Piers Morgan’s Life Stories fell below 10% on ITV.
SUNDAY: Downton Abbey dipped further from last week’s record low as BBC1’s latest one-off adaptation Cider With Rosie outperformed The Go-Between.
SATURDAY: ITV’s coverage of England’s Rugby World Cup match against Wales peaked with a near 50% share, denting Doctor Who which fell by almost 1m viewers from last week’s low.
THURSDAY: The final of Celebrity Big Brother peaked with a crowd of 2m but was unable to match recent climaxes to the Channel 5 format.
WEDNESDAY: ITV’s live Coronation Street special took a chunk out of The Great British Bake Off as it peaked with almost 9m viewers.
TUESDAY: BBC2’s The Naked Choir spoiled ITV’s 60th birthday celebrations after outperforming the commercial channel by 1m viewers.
MONDAY: The controversy surrounding Sky Atlantic’s Scientology documentary, Going Clear, was unable to help it attract an audience of more than 90,000 viewers.
SUNDAY: Downton Abbey’s final series got underway with its lowest overnight audience on record.
FRIDAY: The opening match of the 2015 Rugby World Cup, in which hosts England beat Fiji, peaked with just over 9m viewers.
SATURDAY: Doctor Who returned with its lowest series debut audience since the sci-fi show was rebooted in 2005.
THURSDAY: ITV’s Flockstars and Stephen Fry in Central America both bowed out with less than 2m viewers as Channel 4’s Hunted lost 400,000 viewers.
WEDNESDAY: BBC1’s Doctor Foster returned for a second week with the bulk of its debut audience, while ITV cop-doc The Nick bowed out with a series average of 2.1m
TUESDAY: ITV’s latest Bear Grylls format failed to beat competition from Channel 4 and Channel 5, while BBC2’s Grand Theft Auto drama The Gamechangers hijacked fewer than a million viewers.
MONDAY: BBC1’s All Change at Longleat took more than 3m viewers behind the scenes of the Wiltshire stately home, in line with its recent access series The Met: Policing London.
SUNDAY: This Is England struggled to reach 2m viewers in slot dominated by drama, including BBC1’s adaptation An Inspector Calls.
SATURDAY: The X Factor hit a series high of almost 8m viewers for ITV, twice the crowd entertained by BBC1’s Last Night of the Proms coverage.
FRIDAY: Gogglebox returned with record ratings, breaking the 4m viewer mark for the first time.
THURSDAY: Channel 4 enjoyed a solid evening with the launch of its fugitive format Hunted and the return of First Dates.
WEDNESDAY: BBC1’s latest drama Doctor Foster comfortably won the 9pm slot helped by a generous inheritance from The Great British Bake Off.
TUESDAY: BBC2’s two-part documentary about India concluded on a low as England’s Euro 2016 qualifier dominated for ITV.
MONDAY: Doc Martin returned to ITV after a two-year absence with close to 6m viewers as The Catch sunk to 1m.
SUNDAY: Lady Chatterley’s Lover gripped almost 5m viewers, well above the audience for BBC1’s previous 90-minute drama The C-Word.
SATURDAY: Strictly Come Dancing: Launch Show roared back with its best audience since the annual curtain-raiser’s inception in 2010.
THURSDAY: BBC2’s new brace of comedies began solidly as its Danny Baker biopic became the highest-rated comedy origination of the year.
WEDNESDAY: Sue Perkins whipped up a storm for BBC1 on Wednesday night, as Bake Off and her Kolkata travelogue battered the competition.
TUESDAY: A film about canals became BBC4’s top-rated show of the year as ITV’s documentary exploring payday loans lost the 9pm terrestrial slot with a 6% share.
MONDAY: Channel 4 fishing documentary The Catch netted 1.5m as AMC launched with zombie spin-off Fear The Walking Dead.
SUNDAY: The Trials of Jimmy Rose failed to launch with the same fanfare as ITV’s previous drama Black Work but comfortably won the 9pm slot.
SATURDAY: The X Factor returned with its lowest series debut audience in almost a decade after losing nearly 2m viewers on the 2014 launch.
THURSDAY: The latest series of Celebrity Big Brother opened its doors to a peak audience of 2.6m viewers, easing past competition from ITV’s Stephen Fry travelogue.
WEDNESDAY: Channel 4’s French drama Witnesses was unable to score the same success as The Returned - bowing out with an audience almost 1m viewers down on its predecessor.
TUESDAY: Educating Cardiff registered 1.8m viewers on Channel 4, more than 500,000 ahead of its ITV rival School Swap.
MONDAY: BBC2 won the 9pm slot with World’s Busiest Railway while later in the evening controversial Channel 4 documentary Muslim Drag Queens informed 1m.
SUNDAY: Usain Bolt’s 100m victory in the World Championships reeled in an audience share of almost 25% as BBC1’s Big Blue Live dwarfed ITV’s Animal Mums later in the day.
SATURDAY: ITV’s The Saturday Night Story and Channel 5’s Football League Tonight remained steady as part of a quiet evening’s entertainment.
FRIDAY: The third series of BBC1 crime drama Ripper Street remained below 3m viewers as it hit its halfway point.
THURSDAY: ITV’s The Wonder of Britain recovered from last week’s low to bow out with a series average of 1.6m (7.7%).
WEDNESDAY: The Great British Bake Off served up its second biggest audience on record – despite Mary Berry accidentally revealing who would be eliminated from the competition earlier in the day.
TUESDAY: ITV’s School Swap: The Class narrowly triumphed over BBC2’s Are Our Kids Tough Enough? Chinese School in the battle of the school documentaries.
MONDAY: BBC2’s The Scandalous Lady W won the 9pm battle as no channel managed to attract more than 2.5m viewers across the 9pm hour.