WEDNESDAY: A baked alaska controversy helped The Great British Bake Off to its second biggest audience on record.
TUESDAY: The 66th Annual Primetime Emmy Awards highlights show peaked with 240,000 viewers after moving to Sky Living from 5 USA.
MONDAY: Sky 1 bucket list show 50 Way To Kill Your Mammy got underway with more than 300,000 viewers as over 2m tuned in to the Scotland Decides debate on BBC2.
SATURDAY: Peter Capaldi’s debut as Doctor Who helped the sci-fi drama to its best series launch audience since 2010.
SUNDAY: BBC1 drama The Village pulled in its lowest audience to date on a quiet evening for television.
FRIDAY: The Singer Takes It All bowed out on Channel 4 with a low of fewer than 700,000 viewers as BBC1 pensioner sitcom Boomers dropped by 1m from last week’s debut.
THURSDAY: Hugo Blick’s BBC2 thriller The Honourable Woman bowed out with its second best performance of the run, entertaining a series average of 1.6m.
WEDNESDAY: Ben Fogle-fronted fishing documentary Trawlerman’s Lives halved ITV’s slot average as BBC1’s The Great British Bake-Off rose to a series high of almost 7.5m.
TUESDAY: BBC1’s pregnancy drama In The Club delivered a series high, as Channel 4’s Worst Place To Be A Pilot made a steady take off.
MONDAY: Celebrity Big Brother got underway on Channel 5 with a peak of 2.7m, around 600,000 viewers down on the launch of last summer’s series.
SUNDAY: BBC1 drama The Village slipped to below 4m as Channel 4’s latest Richard III documentary outperformed ITV’s World War I series.
SATURDAY: Sky Sports won the ratings battle against BT Sport on the opening weekend of Premier League action.
SATURDAY: BBC1 gymnastics format Tumble gained around 100,000 viewers for its second episode as BBC2 doc Andrew Marr’s Great Scots informed 660,000.
FRIDAY: BBC1’s new comedy Boomers made a solid start as the finale of Channel 5’s Big Brother fell by 500,000 from last year.
THURSDAY: BBC1’s Who Do You Think You Are? dominated the 9pm slot as ITV’s Kids With Cameras continued with 1.5m.
WEDNESDAY: The Great British Bake Off held on to the majority of its audience after last week’s opener, pulling in 6.9m for its second week on BBC1.
TUESDAY: Utopia bowed out on a low as the second series of the Channel 4 drama drew around half the audience which tuned in to the opening run.
MONDAY: BBC2’s Kate Adie-fronted World War One doc informed a steady audience in a competitive 9pm slot in what proved to be a good night for the digital channels.
SUNDAY: Company Pictures drama The Village got underway with a respectable 4.6m as ITV’s Great War documentary was beaten by BBC2’s James May motoring show.
FRIDAY: The Singer Takes It All’s second outing held its audience for Channel 4, as BBC1’s comedy drama Walter entertained 2.7m.
SATURDAY: BBC1’s new celebrity gymnastics format Tumble failed to reach a high bar, but still beat the competition.
THURSDAY: The return of Who Do You Think You Are comfortably beat BBC1’s slot average while ITV struggled with the opening episode of Kids With Cameras.
WEDNESDAY: The Great British Bake Off dominated the 8pm slot by cooking up an audience of 7.2m for its BBC1 debut, over 1.5m viewers up on its previous series launch on BBC2.
TUESDAY: BBC1’s six-part drama In The Club got off to a slow start as Don’t Tell The Bride and Masters Of Sex also failed to make a splash on their return.
MONDAY: Turner’s free-to-air, male-skewing channel TruTV peaked with 36,000 viewers on its launch day.
SATURDAY: BBC2 documentary Melvyn Bragg’s Radical Lives got underway with 400,000 viewers as the penultimate day of the Commonwealth Games won the lion’s share of the audience.
SUNDAY: The Commonwealth Games closing ceremony was the most watched show on Sunday and comfortably beat the audience from four years ago.
FRIDAY: Channel 4’s interactive singing format The Singer Takes It All opened with 1.2m, in line with Channel 5’s Big Brother Live Eviction.
THURSDAY: The second part of Channel 5’s Autopsy trilogy smashed slot average, only losing out to the Commonwealth Games, while Noel Fielding’s second run of Luxury Comedy made a slow start.
WEDNESDAY: BBC2’s three-part history documentary of The Stuarts got underway with 1.3m - down on the channel’s audience for The Plantagenets earlier this year.
TUESDAY: The Dog Rescuers, Holby City and 56 Up performed steadily in a low key night dominated by Commonwealth Games coverage.
MONDAY: Channel 5 and BBC3 performed solidly with tabloid TV documentaries Blinging Up Baby and Tulisa: The Price of Fame.
SUNDAY: BBC2’s documentary about the Red Arrows transported 2.4m as Channel 4’s The Mill dipped by 200,000 from last week’s opener.
SATURDAY: BBC1’s Commonwealth Games coverage peaked with 3.7m (22.6%) as England’s Adam Peaty picked up gold in the men’s 100m breaststroke final.
THURSDAY: Channel 4’s The Secret Life of Students and Channel 5’s Black Market Britain endured disappointing climaxes as the Commonwealth Games grabbed the lion’s share of the peak time audience.
WEDNESDAY: BBC1’s coverage of the Commonwealth Games opening ceremony peaked with over 9m viewers and dented the rest of the schedule.
TUESDAY: Channel 4’s audience for thriller Utopia remained steady although it was outperformed by Sarah Millican on BBC2 and Channel 5’s Big Brother.
MONDAY: ITV’s Long Lost Family saw off competition from John Bishop’s Australia on BBC1 to win the 9pm slot, while Channel 4’s Royal Marines doc held steady.
FRIDAY: BBC2’s First Night of the Proms audience fell from last year’s opener while Channel 4’s The Million Pound Drop leapfrogged Channel 5’s On the Yorkshire Buses.
SUNDAY: The live broadcast of Monty Python’s final-ever performance has become the highest-rated show to air on Gold.
THURSDAY: ITV’s documentary about Britain’s Poshest Nannies could only muster half the channel’s slot average as Celebrity Masterchef drew its best audience of the series.
WEDNESDAY: Channel 4 comedy drama The Mimic returned for a second series with less than half the audience of the first series opener.
TUESDAY: Too Many Immigrants fell around 2m short of BBC1’s slot average - as BBC3’s Glasgow Girls outperformed Channel 4’s Utopia.
MONDAY: Channel 4’s conspiracy drama Utopia returned with its lowest audience yet, as Long Lost Family was back with 4.9m.
FRIDAY: Channel 5 ob-doc On The Yorkshire Buses drove off with an audience of 1.2m – just above the return of The Million Pound Drop on Channel 4.
SATURDAY: Jacques Peretti’s latest instalment of The Men Who Made Us… franchise failed to repeat its previous success for BBC2.
SUNDAY: Germany’s World Cup triumph over Argentina peaked with a combined share of over 75% as a high of 20m viewers tuned in to the final.
THURSDAY: ITV’s one-off doc about luxury health spa Champneys fell well short of slot average despite the absence of World Cup football.
WEDNESDAY: ITV’s coverage of Argentina v Holland didn’t quite hit the heights of the first semi-final on Tuesday, although it did score a peak of 12.7m (52.3%)
TUESDAY: Germany’s 7-1 defeat of Brazil was the most watched non-England game of the World Cup.
MONDAY: E4’s latest US acquisition The 100 has become the digital channel’s biggest ever programme launch, beating the previous high set by Skins.
MONDAY: Channel 5 saw off competition from ITV, Channel 4 and BBC2 with the penultimate episode of Benefits Britain.
SATURDAY: The Tour de France got underway in Leeds with almost 1m viewers on ITV - taking a chunk out of the women’s singles final at Wimbledon.
SUNDAY: Novak Djokovic’s Wimbledon win peaked with a crowd of 10m, well down on the 17.3m that watched Andy Murray’s victory in 2013.
FRIDAY: Brazil’s victory over Colombia peaked with 10m viewers, making it the highest-rated quarter final of the World Cup.
THURSDAY: BBC2’s Maggie Gyllenhaal drama The Honourable Woman made a solid start, as Channel 4’s The Secret Life of Students failed to make a big impression.
WEDNESDAY: ITV’s hard-hitting documentary The Betrayers fell well short of slot average and was beaten by Celebrity MasterChef on a football-free night.
TUESDAY: The final episode of Channel 4’s The Auction beat BBC2’s Shop Girls – as the World Cup coverage peaked with 8.6m.
MONDAY: Channel 4’s weight-loss documentary The World’s Best Diets found a solid, mainly female audience against Germany’s World Cup defeat of Algeria.
SUNDAY: Dolly Parton’s star-turn at the Glastonbury festival was the festival’s most watched performance of the weekend.
FRIDAY: Sky Atlantic sitcom Mr Sloane bowed out with a series average of 86,000, over three times the channel’s slot average.
SATURDAY: Metallica’s headline performance at Glastonbury peaked with a crowd of 1.7m – some way short of The Rolling Stones’ audience last year.
THURSDAY: Channel 4 doc Beauty Queen or Bust was outperformed by the final part of Channel 5 medical doc Trauma Doctors.
WEDNESDAY: BBC2’s Panorama special on phone hacking failed to make a splash after drumming up less than a million viewers.
TUESDAY: ITV’s coverage of England’s final World Cup game peaked with 9.5m viewers – despite the match having little meaning for Roy Hodgson’s side.
MONDAY: Channel 5’s welfare documentary Benefits Britain remained solid in the face of strong competition from Brazil’s final group game of the World Cup.