FRIDAY: I’m a Celebrity dipped to a series low, as Ice Road Truckers returned to Channel 5 with over 1m viewers.
SUNDAY: A rare lead role from Michael Palin helped BBC1 ghost story Remember Me spook 5.3m viewers as Lewis Hamilton clinched the Formula One championship in front of a season high crowd.
SATURDAY: Strictly Come Dancing shed 1 million viewers while I’m A Celebrity… Get Me Out Of Here! ended its first week on a series low.
THURSDAY: The final episode of Channel 5’s chilling series about Fred and Rose West drew almost twice as many viewers as Danny Boyle’s Babylon on Channel 4.
WEDNESDAY: The Apprentice and I’m a Celebrity both shed a million viewers as they clashed for the first time at 9pm, and Channel 5’s Can’t Pay? We’ll Take It Away finished its ten-part run by beating Channel 4.
TUESDAY: BBC1 drama The Missing stumbled for the first time as the international football clash between England and Scotland netted a high of 7.7m.
MONDAY: Len Goodman’s An Intimate History of Dance helped BBC4 record its second biggest show of the year and smash competition from BBC2.
SUNDAY: I’m A Celebrity …Get Me Out Of Here! returned with its lowest launch audience for ITV in five years.
SATURDAY: BBC1’s Strictly Come Dancing hit a series high as ITV’s coverage of England v Slovenia became the channel’s lowest-rated Euro 2016 qualifier.
FRIDAY: Children in Need drew 1.4m fewer viewers than last year, but still managed to raise a record £32.6m.
THURSDAY: Danny Boyle’s Babylon returned for a full series with 1m fewer viewers than it locked up for its debut as the second series of The Fall also lost around 1m.
WEDNESDAY: The controversy around Panorama’s Fake Sheikh film nudged it to an above average performance and the strand’s best outing since a Nigel Farage special.
TUESDAY: BBC1 drama The Missing hit a series high for its third episode, as The Nation’s Favourite Queen Song pulled in 3m viewers to ITV.
MONDAY: ITV’s detective drama Grantchester bowed out with a series average of 5m and a slot-winning performance.
FRIDAY: BBC1’s World War I drama The Passing Bells finished its five-part run with fewer than 3m viewers as the return of the FA Cup to BBC2 scored 1.8m.
SUNDAY: The MTV EMA Awards 2014 hit a peak of 800,000 viewers on Channel 5 as Downton Abbey bowed out with its lowest overnight series average yet.
SATURDAY: Doctor Who bowed out with its lowest-rated overnight series average since BBC1 resurrected the show in 2005.
THURSDAY: Peaky Blinders bowed out with 1.5m on BBC2 as Channel 4’s 24 Hours in A&E drowned out The Great Fire’s finale of on ITV.
WEDNESDAY: ITV’s documentary exploring Broadmoor locked up almost 3m viewers as Grayson Perry: Who Are You? bowed out with a series average of 500k for Channel 4.
TUESDAY: BBC1 drama The Missing returned with a performance only narrowly below last week’s opener as Professor Brian Cox’s Human Universe bowed out with 1.5m.
MONDAY: Channel 4’s Make Leicester British was unable to match the audience generated by its Bradford predecessor, as Micky Flanagan’s cycling travelogue overtook Sky 1’s slot average.
SUNDAY: The penultimate episode of Downton Abbey came close to rivalling its series high opener.
SATURDAY: Strictly Come Dancing achieved another series high, peaking with 10.5m viewers, while The X Factor steadied its audience from last week.
FRIDAY: BBC in-house comedy Citizen Khan returned on BBC1 with an audience in line with the second series opener last year despite moving to an earlier slot.
THURSDAY: 24 Hours In A&E returned solidly for Channel 4 as BBC1 natural history series Life Story dipped by around 400,000 viewers.
WEDNESDAY: ITV’s Scott & Bailey concluded its fourth series on a high, although it was 1 million down on its previous series.
TUESDAY: BBC1 drama The Missing got underway with 5.8m to comfortably win the 9pm slot, as Dave’s UK version of Storage Hunters locked up more than 1m viewers.
MONDAY: BBC2 drama Intruders launched with less than a million viewers - as ITV2’s Release The Hounds bowed out with 383,000.
SUNDAY: There were mixed fortunes for Strictly Come Dancing and The X Factor results shows as series high and low performances were recorded.
FRIDAY: Channel 4’s charity event The Feeling Nuts Comedy Night peaked with an audience of 900,000 as Lewis continued to shed viewers for ITV.
SATURDAY: Strictly Come Dancing waltzed off with another series high - as The X Factor pulled in its second lowest Saturday audience of the year.
THURSDAY: Sir David Attenborough’s Life Story failed to hit the heights of Africa for BBC1, as Channel 4’s Educating the East End bowed out with half of Educating Yorkshire’s audience.
Lynda Bellingham’s final TV interview helped Loose Women to its biggest audience in more than two years - as ITV2 enjoyed success with the Mobo Awards.
TUESDAY: You Can’t Get The Staff served up an above-average audience of 1.6m for Channel 4, as the final run of BBC3’s Bad Education bowed out with an audience 25% smaller than its previous outing.
MONDAY: BBC2 series The Kitchen concluded on a low as Gotham’s second episode fell by half a million viewers.
SUNDAY: BBC1 war drama Our Girl bowed out with a series average of 3.8m - as Strictly regained its Sunday night ratings lead over The X Factor.
FRIDAY: Kate Moss, Naomi Campbell and Noel Gallagher helped Gogglebox to a record high of 4.3m as part of Channel 4’s Stand Up To Cancer event.
SATURDAY: Strictly Come Dancing waltzed off with a series high, beating The X Factor by 1.5m viewers.
THURSDAY: ITV’s dramatisation of The Great Fire of London smoked out almost 5m viewers on a busy evening across the schedule.
WEDNESDAY: Waterloo Road began a new term with a slot-winning outing as ITV’s Celebrity Squares checked out on a high.
TUESDAY: The tenth series of The Apprentice got underway on BBC1 with 6.7m - its best opening performance in three years.
MONDAY: Batman prequel Gotham helped Channel 5 swoop on competition in the 9pm slot and became the station’s biggest drama of the year so far.
SUNDAY: US drama Homeland returned with its lowest ratings ever for Channel 4 - as The X Factor was the biggest show of the night.
FRIDAY: Lewis’ return to his Oxford beat helped ITV win the 9pm slot, as BBC1’s Big School and ITV’s Gino’s Italian Escape concluded with mixed results.
SATURDAY: The X Factor endured its worst live show launch in seven years, as Strictly Come Dancing remained on top.
THURSDAY: England’s 5-0 win over San Marino peaked with 6.6m - as Who Do You Think You Are?’s latest series was up on last year.
WEDNESDAY: The Only Way Is Ibiza helped ITV Be pull in some of the biggest channel launch night ratings in more than a decade – but the scripted reality brand was well down on its last series opener on ITV2.
WEDNESDAY: The Great British Bake Off bowed out with 12.3m last night - the biggest overnight audience of the past twelve months.
TUESDAY: ITV’s Pride Of Britain Awards dominated the 8pm slot as Brian Cox’s return to BBC2 with Human Universe resulted in a strong performance.
MONDAY: ITV drama Grantchester outperformed New Tricks on its debut – as BBC2’s Gogglebox-style format The Kitchen served up less than 1m viewers.
SUNDAY: BBC2’s Wonders of the Monsoon struggled to make a splash amid competition from The X Factor and Antiques Roadshow.
FRIDAY: Channel 4 charity series Stars At Your Service entertained less than half a million viewers, as Have I Got News For You returned with 4.3m.
SATURDAY: BBC1’s celebrity dancing contest Strictly Come Dancing gained more than 800,000 viewers and extended its lead over The X Factor.
THURSDAY: BBC2 drama Peaky Blinders returned for a second run with 700,000 fewer viewers than the first series debut last year.
WEDNESDAY: The Great British Bake Off rose to its biggest ever audience on BBC1, peaking with 9.7m viewers, as Channel 4’s The Paedophile Hunter located 1.4m.
TUESDAY: BBC1 drama The Driver shed around 700,000 viewers, as Manchester City’s Champions League clash with Roma peaked with 4m.
MONDAY: 24 Hours in Police Custody locked up an audience of 2m for Channel 4, as Cilla bowed out with 6.4m on ITV.
FRIDAY: Telly ob-doc Gogglebox returned to Channel 4 with a steady audience of 2.7m despite stiff competition from Strictly Come Dancing and The X Factor.
SUNDAY: Sky Sports’ coverage of the final day of the Ryder Cup failed to outscore the 2012 contest - as The X Factor performed to its second biggest crowd of the series.
SATURDAY: Strictly Come Dancing got the better of The X Factor over the weekend – but the BBC1 format lost around a million viewers year on year.
THURSDAY: Peter Bowker’s BBC2 musical biopic Marvellous entertained 1.5m viewers – in line with Channel 4’s Educating the East End.
WEDNESDAY: The Great British Bake Off sunk to its lowest audience in five weeks, as Scott & Bailey continued to edge Our Zoo.
TUESDAY: David Morrissey-fronted crime drama The Driver got underway with an audience of 4.4m.
MONDAY: ITV2 enjoyed a strong night with the return of Roman sitcom Plebs and horror gameshow Release The Hounds - as Cilla won the 9pm slot.
FRIDAY: BBC1 sitcom Boomers bowed out with its second lowest audience of the series, but still edged the competition in the 9pm slot.
SUNDAY: Downton Abbey returned with its lowest series launch audience in four years, but still thrashed Our Girl on BBC1.