WEDNESDAY: BBC2’s Post Office ob-doc delivered 1.4m viewers but was beaten by Channel 5’s Nightmare Tenants, Slum Landlords and Channel 4’s One Born Every Minute.
TUESDAY: Child Genius, Great Ormond Street and Benefits by the Sea all came to an end last night with mixed results.
MONDAY: Channel 5’s Ben Fogle: New Lives in the Wild rounded up competition from BBC2 and Channel 4 at 9pm, as The Boy Who Wants To Cut His Leg Off performed well.
SATURDAY: BBC1 gameshow Prized Apart bowed out with a performance narrowly above series average after only breaking the 3m viewer mark during its opening episode.
FRIDAY: Celebrity Masterchef concluded on a high, adding 400,000 to last year’s audience.
SUNDAY: BBC1’s Agatha Christie adaptation Partners In Crime made a strong start, becoming the channel’s biggest new drama launch since Poldark.
THURSDAY: A series high for Celebrity MasterChef took a bite out of Married at First Sight’s finale on Channel 4.
WEDNESDAY: Channel 4’s French thriller Witnesses got underway with an audience around one third the size of The Returned - as Desi Rascals doubled its figures following a leap to Sky 1.
TUESDAY: Channel 5 enjoyed a successful night after Benefits By The Sea and Botched Up Bodies helped it outperform Channel 4 from 9pm.
MONDAY: The terrestrial channels went head-to-head in a 9pm battle of the ob docs last night – with ITV’s Rookies coming out on top.
FRIDAY: Rock ‘n’ Roll America became BBC4’s best-rated show in eight months as it bowed out in front of an audience of almost 1m viewers.
SUNDAY: The second part of Joanna Lumley’s Trans-Siberian Adventure steamed to a primetime slot lead as The Outcast’s finale lost 700,000 viewers.
SATURDAY: The John Bishop Show bowed out with 3m viewers on BBC1 as ITV’s boxing coverage drew a peak crowd of almost 2.5m.
THURSDAY: Big Brother’s Live Final failed to match last year’s climax, as Channel 4’s Married at First Sight built its audience.
WEDNESDAY: Edward Watts’ Dispatches film Escape From Isis informed an audience of over 1m on Channel 4, as ITV’s Secret Life of Twins won the 9pm slot.
TUESDAY: BBC2’s Great Ormond Street documentary series got underway with a bigger audience than The Bank as Only Connect replacement Hive Minds started strongly on BBC4.
MONDAY: ITV police documentary Rookies won the slot despite recruiting an audience below slot average, while Hair’s migration to BBC2 failed to result in an uplift.
FRIDAY: BBC3’s T in the Park coverage peaked with over 380,000 as Kasabian took to the stage.
SUNDAY: BBC1 drama The Outcast fought off competition from Joanna Lumley on ITV and Channel 4’s Humans to triumph in a hotly-contested 9pm slot.
SATURDAY: The Wimbledon women’s final added 1m to last year’s crowd as Serena Williams picked up another title.
THURSDAY: A solid audience committed to Married at First Sight, but the controversial Channel 4 format lost out in the slot overall.
WEDNESDAY: The Autistic Gardener didn’t quite blossom for Channel 4 as it was overshadowed by the competition.
TUESDAY: ITV’s Virgin Atlantic ob-doc struggled with some turbulent viewing figures as The Syndicate ended on a series high.
MONDAY: Channel 4’s How to Get a Council House returned with a solid audience, while The Met concluded on a series high.
SUNDAY: BBC2 failed to benefit from the introduction of Family Guy after the animation was unable to top the previous series opener on BBC3.
FRIDAY: Music documentary Rock ‘ Roll America pulled in a crowd of over half a million people as Laura Robson’s defeat at Wimbledon peaked with more than 6m viewers.
SATURDAY: A sports-filled day helped the BBC to impressive audiences while ITV4’s Tour de France coverage was punctured by the lack of an English opening stage.
THURSDAY: Channel 4 documentary The Tribe bowed out on a series low and finished last in the 9pm terrestrial slot.
WEDNESDAY: England’s cruel last-minute defeat to Japan in the Women’s World Cup beat Saturday’s win over Canada.
TUESDAY: Channel 4’s comedy drama Not Safe For Work turned up with just over 700,000 viewers as ITV’s 7/7 documentary moved 1.7m.
MONDAY: BBC1 documentary The Met continued to grow its audience after four episodes, breaking the 4m mark for the first time.
FRIDAY: The Last Leg returned to Channel 4 with just over 1m viewers, while the Women’s World Cup and Glastonbury helped BBC3 to a strong night.
SATURDAY: Kanye West’s performance at Glastonbury drew a crowd of almost 2m to BBC2 as England’s victory in the Women’s World Cup scored over 1.5m viewers.
SUNDAY: Jeremy Clarkson’s final episode of Top Gear failed to produce fireworks for BBC2, driving off with an audience that was in line with the rest of series 22.
THURSDAY: ITV’s Superhospital was unable to usurp Celebrity Masterchef, as The Good Wife bowed out on More 4.
WEDNESDAY: Don’t Tell the Bride wooed significantly more viewers than it reached on BBC3 following a leap to BBC1 – but it remained well down on the flagship channel’s slot average.
TUESDAY: There was no run on The Bank last night as the BBC2 ob-doc struggled to find viewers.
MONDAY: The Met grew its audience for a third consecutive week – climbing closer to 4m viewers.
MONDAY: True Detective made a solid return to Sky Atlantic while England secured victory in the Women’s World Cup in front of a crowd of 2m.
FRIDAY: More 4 Nordic drama The Saboteurs got underway with an audience nearly 100,000 viewers ahead of the channel’s slot average.
SUNDAY: ITV drama Black Work held off competition from Channel 4’s Humans to win a competitive 9pm slot.
SATURDAY: BBC1 gameshow Prized Apart lost half a million viewers on its second outing.
THURSDAY: Hoff The Record was unable to muster more than 200,000 viewers for Dave despite a weighty marketing campaign which included changing the channel’s name for the day.
WEDNESDAY: BBC1 police drama The Interceptor shed almost 1m viewers from last week’s opener as England’s Women’s World Cup victory netted 2.3m for BBC3.
TUESDAY: Dave’s original scripted sitcom Undercover failed to track down a big audience in the face of tough competition.
MONDAY: The fifth series of Game of Thrones bowed out on Sky Atlantic with over 250,000 more viewers than the previous run mustered.
SATURDAY: BBC1 gameshow Prized Apart spluttered on take-off, as BBC3’s Women’s World Cup coverage outperformed Channel 4.
SUNDAY: Sci-fi series Humans has become Channel 4’s biggest ever original drama after scoring 4m viewers.
FRIDAY: Channel 4’s TFI Friday revival peaked with 4.3m viewers to become the most-watched show in the slot.
THURSDAY: Channel 4’s latest fixed-rig series The Tribe and BBC2 drama Stonemouth started life with solid audiences.
WEDNESDAY: BBC1 crime drama The Interceptor got underway with 3.7m denting the fortunes of ITV’s Long Lost Family.
TUESDAY: ITV documentary series Me and My Guide Dog and The Enforcers struggled to pull in many more than 2m viewers as England’s Women’s World Cup campaign got off to a strong start on BBC2.
MONDAY: Police ob-doc series The Met failed to match BBC1’s slot average, but still locked up the competition.
SUNDAY: BBC2’s Armada documentary series overhauled BBC1 drama Jonathan Strange and Mr Norrell, as the drama fell below the 2m mark for the first time.
SATURDAY: ITV’s last Champions League final before the competition switches to BT Sport entertained a peak of over 6m viewers as Barcelona triumphed again.
THURSDAY: ITV’s Britain’s Busiest Airport won the 9pm slot soaring over fellow Raw TV production The Truth about Your Teeth on BBC1.
WEDNESDAY: Long Lost Family made a solid return to ITV at 9pm as BBC1’s extended Panorama failed to outrun Channel 4.
TUESDAY: The Secret Life of Your House drew an audience of just over 1m viewers to ITV at 9pm last night and was beaten by its terrestrial rivals and sister channel ITV2.
MONDAY: ITV sitcom Vicious returned after a two year absence with 3m fewer viewers, while the second series of Benefits Street ended with an average audience around 2.5m down on its opening run.
FRIDAY: BBC2’s Britain’s Greatest Generation finished its four-part series on a low in a strong 9pm slot.
SATURDAY: BBC1’s first FA Cup final in eight years scored an audience of 7.5m, while Ninja Warrior bowed out with 4m.
SUNDAY: Britain’s Got Talent recovered from last year’s low to draw its biggest crowd since 2012.
THURSDAY: A fire on Coronation Street helped the soap to its highest audience in a year as Channel 4 beat BBC1 in the 9pm slot.
WEDNESDAY: Suntrap got off to a slow start on BBC1 - unable to outperform the debuts of post-10pm sitcoms Citizen Khan and Mrs Brown’s Boys.
TUESDAY: Channel 4 drama No Offence hit its midway point with 1.3m viewers, while Britain’s Got Talent shed 700,000 from last night’s opener.
FRIDAY: Peter Kay’s Car Share ended its journey on BBC1 with a series average of 4.8m after it made its debut on iPlayer.
SATURDAY: The Eurovision Song Contest serenaded its lowest crowd in five years but still took a chunk out of Britain’s Got Talent.
MONDAY: The first live Britain’s Got Talent semi-final of 2015 lost 700,000 viewers on the equivalent episode last year.
SUNDAY: Almost 2m viewers vanished for the second episode of BBC1’s big budget drama Jonathan Strange & Mr Norrell.
THURSDAY: The British Soap Awards took place in front of an audience of 4.2m viewers – its smallest audience on record.
WEDNESDAY: Bear Gryll’s survival documentary The Island bowed out with a series average of 2.4m viewers as ITV suffered a tough night and was overhauled by Channel 5.
TUESDAY: 24 Hours In The Past bowed out with an unspectacular 3m viewers, as Sky 1 dram Critical ended with fewer than 200,000 viewers.
MONDAY: Controversial Channel 4 documentary Benefits Street slipped by 700,000 as BBC2’s sexual crimes series The Detectives gained ground.
FRIDAY: Martin Clunes’ latest factual series for ITV got off to an underwhelming start as A League of Their Own returned to Sky 1.
SATURDAY: Britain’s Got Talent continued to smash the competition for ITV as Danish drama 1864 got underway on BBC4 with 640,000.
SUNDAY: BBC1 drama Jonathan Strange & Mr Norrell spirited up an audience of 4.5m, but was edged out by ITV’s Home Fires.
THURSDAY: Channel 4 had a strong evening as Born Naughty? debuted with more than two million viewers and The Island with Bear Grylls delivered its best performance of the second series.
TUESDAY: Big Brother was 300,000 down on last year’s opener, as Channel 4’s No Offence lost nearly a million viewers on its second episode.
MONDAY: Benefits Street returned with 1.3m fewer viewers than last year’s debut, but still comfortably beat Channel 4’s slot average.
SATURDAY: Britain’s Got Talent scored its second highest ratings of the series on Saturday, while BBC1’s VE Day 70 event coverage peaked with more than 6m viewers.
SUNDAY: BBC1’s Bafta Awards coverage rated higher than last year’s performance as it peaked with 6m viewers on Sunday night.
FRIDAY: The general election failed to bolster a Have I Got News For You special to a notable high, as Gogglebox bowed out with its biggest audience in three weeks.
THURSDAY: The BBC won the lion’s share of the general election audience as a peak of more than 7m watched the drama unfold before 2am.
Charlie Brooker’s election Newswipe special helped BBC2 beat ITV, while C4’s Ballot Monkeys finished on a high.
TUESDAY: C4 cop drama No Offence got off to a strong start with an audience of 2.5m, as BBC4’s slow TV canal trip performed well.
MONDAY: Stuart Bingham clinched the World Snooker Championship in front of a peak of 4.5m viewers on BBC2.
FRIDAY: ITV’s Slow Train Through Africa and BBC1’s Have I Got News For You both hit series lows.
SATURDAY: Ninja Warrior continued to build its audience, as Britain’s Got Talent remained dominant.
SUNDAY: The Enfield Haunting became Sky Living’s best-rated show since it was acquired by Sky, while ITV drama Home Fires started solidly.
THURSDAY: Question Time’s election special matched the challenger debate a fortnight ago, as BBC2’s The Game made an unspectacular start.
WEDNESDAY: Peter Kay’s Car Share raced ahead of ITV comedy The Delivery Men, adding significantly to the 1m views it had already picked up on iPlayer.
TUESDAY: BBC1’s latest reality documentary format 24 Hours In The Past failed to uncover more than 4m viewers as Channel 4’s political comedy Ballot Monkeys climbed higher.
MONDAY: Dispatches hit a two-year high with its investigation of Sports Direct, narrowly losing out to a Panorama election special.
SUNDAY: Poldark’s finale won the battle of the Sunday night dramas, as BBC1’s London Marathon coverage peaked with 4m.
SATURDAY: ITV physical gameshow Ninja Warrior gained almost 1m viewers, as BBC1’s Atlantis hit a series low.
FRIDAY: The MasterChef final served up its biggest audience for BBC1 in four years.
THURSDAY: W1A returned to BBC2 with 1.5m viewers, beating the final part of ITV’s Ice Rink on the Estate.
WEDNESDAY: Nigel Farage triumphed over the main political party leaders in Evan Davis’ series of general election interviews, as ITV’s comedy line-up lost more than a million viewers.
TUESDAY: Channel 4’s quick-turnaround political comedy Ballot Monkeys narrowly failed to break the 1m mark for its opening episode.
MONDAY: ITV’s latest drama, Safe House, got underway with a larger audience than recent Monday night crime shows Arthur & George and Code Of A Killer.