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.
SUNDAY: Channel 4 drama Indian Summers bowed out with a 90-minute special which entertained just over 1m viewers.
FRIDAY: Weekend Escapes with Warwick Davis returned with a stable 2.6m, helping it beat the out of sequence Griff Rhys Jones’ Slow Train Through Africa.
SATURDAY: Britain’s Got Talent maintained its 10m-strong audience while BBC1’s FA Cup semi-final coverage peaked with a crowd of almost 7m.
THURSDAY: BBC1’s Election Debate struggled without the presence of the prime minister, falling short of the audience who turned out for ITV’s leaders’ debate.
WEDNESDAY: ITV’s mid-week comedy line-up of Newzoids and The Delivery Man struggled in the opening episodes.
WEDNESDAY: Breaking Bad and Vinnie Jones’ take on Police Interceptors helped Viacom-owned channel Spike to a solid start on its launch night.
TUESDAY: ITV’s Champions League coverage dipped to 3m as My Big Fat Asian Wedding failed to outperform its gypsy rival for Channel 4.
MONDAY: Game of Thrones roared back for its latest series, storming past BBC2 and Channel 5 to land Sky Atlantic’s largest ever audience.
FRIDAY: BBC1 overtook Channel 4 in the 9pm slot after the return of Have I Got News For You proved more popular than Gogglebox.
Many Clouds’ Grand National triumph helped Channel 4 to a peak audience of 8.8m viewers on a busy weekend of sporting action.
SATURDAY: ITV pulled in its biggest audience of the year for the return of Britain’s Got Talent as its “Super Saturday” of entertainment delivered mixed results.
THURSDAY: Fortitude’s finale helped Mad Med to its biggest ever audience on Sky Atlantic, as ITV’s latest factual series could not compete with Bear Grylls’ female castaways.
WEDNESDAY: Channel 4 headed back to The Island with fewer than 2m viewers – around 300,000 short of last year’s opener.
TUESDAY: BBC2’s travelogue featuring Dara O’Briain and Ed Byrne concluded solidly while an appearance from David Cameron on Tonight brought the strand to an 18 month low.
SUNDAY: Vera returned to ITV on a low but still managed to dent Poldark.
MONDAY: ITV drama Code of a Killer got underway with 5.3m, comfortably outperforming the channel’s slot average.
FRIDAY: Bear Grylls’ celebrity survival format Mission Survive helped ITV to marginally increase its share of male viewers as BT Sport’s Clare Balding Show began solidly on BBC2.
THURSDAY: The ITV Leaders’ Debate peaked with 7.4m (32.6%) viewers - but this was not enough to match the 2010 event.
SATURDAY: The Voice recorded its lowest finale audience to date as Thunderbirds Are Go blasted off with over 2m viewers.
WEDNESDAY: The Billion Dollar Chicken Shop came to a conclusion on BBC1, serving up an average audience of over 3m.
TUESDAY: England’s 1-1 draw with Italy peaked with 7.1m outscoring the crowd that tuned in for the Euro 2016 qualifier against Lithuania on Friday.
MONDAY: Biblical drama The Ark performed solidly for BBC1, transporting an audience of over 4m.
FRIDAY: England’s victory over Lithuania in the Euro 2016 qualifier peaked with 6.8m viewers to become the channel’s most popular game of 2015.
SUNDAY: Mr Selfridge bowed out with its biggest audience in seven weeks - but was unable to prevent the third series falling to become the lowest-rated to date.
SATURDAY: Political drama Coalition entertained an audience of 1m on Channel 4, while The Voice hit a low note for BBC1.
THURSDAY: Channel 4’s election special registered 2.7m viewers, significantly down on the audience who tuned in to the opening head-to-head Leaders’ Debate on ITV five years ago.
WEDNESDAY: OAPs Behaving Badly returned for a full series on Channel 5 with around half the audience who tuned in to the original film.
TUESDAY: Digital-rig format Teens failed to generate the same buzz as its forerunner The Secret Life of Students for Channel 4.
MONDAY: Trevor McDonald’s mafia documentary performed solidly but was unable to match the veteran broadcaster’s film about death row.
FRIDAY: BBC1’s adventure drama The Musketeers entertained its lowest-ever audience, while Alan Carr: Chatty Man drummed up its most viewers in four years on Channel 4.
SUNDAY: Poldark sunk to a series low for its third episode - but remained well ahead of the competition on Sunday night.
SATURDAY: England’s valiant attempts to stop the Irish reclaiming the Six Nations rugby crown helped boost BBC1’s ratings, as The Voice rebounded to 7m but Ant & Dec’s Saturday Night Takeaway continued to shed viewers.
THURSDAY: Trevor Phillips’ film about racism for Channel 4 performed solidly, almost overhauling ITV’s triplets documentary.
WEDNESDAY: Brian Cox and Dara O’Briain’s countdown to tomorrow’s solar eclipse performed solidly as BBC1’s visit to KFC plucked almost 3.5m viewers.
TUESDAY: Ordinary Lies got underway with an audience of 4.7m on BBC1, outperforming Red Production Company’s The Driver but failing to surpass Happy Valley.
MONDAY: ITV drama Arthur & George failed to recover after again being pitched against FA Cup football as Channel 4’s latest benefits documentary started confidently.
SUNDAY: Top Gear’s absence put a dent in BBC2’s ratings - with Dave, The Voice UK and All Star Family Fortunes all benefiting from the channel’s loss.
SATURDAY: ITV’s hypnotism entertainment format You’re Back in the Room entranced 4.3m, while The Voice and Saturday Night Takeaway experienced series lows.
FRIDAY: Comic Relief pulled in its lowest audience since at least 1999 despite breaking the £1bn fundraising mark.
WEDNESDAY: BBC4 sitcom In and Out of the Kitchen failed to gain the traction of The Detectorists, while BBC2’s suffragette series concluded on a series high.
TUESDAY: Masterchef cooked up 500,000 more viewers than the previous series opener for BBC1 as One Born Every Minute informed an audience of just over 2m viewers.
MONDAY: Arsenal’s FA Cup quarter-final victory over Manchester United scored nearly 9m viewers and put a dent in ITV drama Arthur & George.
SATURDAY: Take Me Out’s seventh series ended with 400,000 fewer viewers than last year, as The Voice UK remained the top-rated Saturday night show.
SUNDAY: Poldark got underway with almost 7m viewers to become BBC1’s best performing Sunday drama launch since The Muskeeters.
FRIDAY: Channel 4 enjoyed a successful evening as First Dates pulled in its best ever audience and Gogglebox continued to dominate the 9pm slot.
THURSDAY: BBC2 period drama Banished won the 9pm slot but just fell short of Wolf Hall’s debut audience in January.
WEDNESDAY: DCI Banks kicked off a new series 2m short of its previous opener, while BBC1’s Comic Relief Bake Off series bowed out with a peak of 7.2m.
TUESDAY: Jon Snow and Jennie Bond’s drug-taking exploits lit up Channel 4, while ITV’s Bargain Fever Britain opened up slowly.
MONDAY: ITV period drama Arthur & George comfortably won the 9pm slot while Channel 4’s NHS documentary series failed to hit the 1m mark for a second week.
SUNDAY: The Casual Vacancy and The Auction House bowed out with series lows as Indian Summers dipped below 2m viewers.
SATURDAY: The Voice picked up from last week’s series low while ITV’s first live boxing match in five years drew a peak of 1.9m.
FRIDAY: Bear Grylls: Mission Survive grew its audience for ITV, but could still not hold off competition from Gogglebox.
THURSDAY: Death in Paradise concluded its fourth run slightly down on its series average, while ITV2’s Keith Lemon Sketch Show fell to a series low.
WEDNESDAY: Madonna helped The Brit Awards to recover from last year’s stumble but the annual event was unable to beat The Great Comic Relief Bake Off.
TUESDAY: Channel 4’s controversial documentary Immigration Street failed to make the same waves as its Benefits Street predecessor – pulling in 1.4m viewers.
MONDAY: Broadchurch bowed out on a high although the second run gripped an average audience almost 1m down on the first series.
SATURDAY: Ant and Dec’s Saturday Night Takeaway returned to take a chunk out of The Voice but was unable to outperform the BBC1 format.
SUNDAY: BBC1’s The Casual Vacancy and Channel 4’s Indian Summers shipped viewers as last week’s highs failed to be repeated.
FRIDAY: Gogglebox returned for a fifth series with its largest audience to date, beating ITV’s new Bear Grylls celebrity format to win the slot.
THURSDAY: EastEnders recorded its biggest audience in four years as a peak of almost 12m viewers tuned in to discover who killed Lucy Beale.
WEDNESDAY: The Great Comic Relief Bake Off added 500,000 viewers to soar to 7m on BBC1.
TUESDAY: The first live episode of EastEnders was a massive hit enthralling over 9m viewers to pull in the soap’s biggest audience in four years.
MONDAY: C4’s Ukip: The First 100 Days mustered just over 1m viewers, while Manchester United’s win over Preston North End peaked with almost 7m on BBC1.
FRIDAY: John Sergeant’s barge trip and Andrew Flintoff’s chip shop tour both got off to solid starts for ITV and Sky 1.
SUNDAY: Channel 4’s big budget epic Indian Summers transported almost 3m viewers to become the channel’s best performing drama in nearly five years.
SATURDAY: Harry Hill’s Stars In Their Eyes finished its six-part series on a low note for ITV, as The Voice maintained last week’s three-year high.
THURSDAY: Sky Atlantic murder mystery Fortitude dropped to 300,000 viewers, as BBC3 sitcom Crims ended on a low.
WEDNESDAY: The Great Comic Relief Bake Off move to BBC1 helped it add 3m viewers, as Wolf Hall continued to roar on BBC2.
TUESDAY: The Secret Life of Four Year-Olds proved to be a big hit for Channel 4, as ITV’s Young War Widows was beaten by Channel 5’s Killer Psychopaths.
MONDAY: Channel 4’s The Jump finished in line with its first series average, as Channel 5’s Benefits Britain: Life on the Dole smashed competition from Heston Blumenthal.
SUNDAY: The British Academy Film Awards recovered from last year’s four-year low to entertain a crowd of 4.9m.
FRIDAY: The finale of Celebrity Big Brother outperformed the climax of the previous series in the face of tough competition from England’s Six Nation rugby clash with Wales.
SATURDAY: The Voice UK performed to its biggest crowd in nearly three years.
THURSDAY: Keith Lemon’s new ITV2 sketch show got off to a strong start, as Fortitude remained reasonably stable for Sky Atlantic.
WEDNESDAY: Wolf Hall was just shaded by the live Celebrity Big Brother eviction, as The Jump continued to perform well for Channel 4.
TUESDAY: BBC2’s parliamentary access paid off last night as Inside the Commons got underway with 1.7m.
MONDAY: Channel 5’s survival reality show 10,000 BC made a strong start at 10pm, as The Jump held off a Big Brother Live Bombshell at 8pm.
FRIDAY: The appearance of deputy prime minister Nick Clegg couldn’t swell the audience of C4’s The Last Leg, while BBC1’s Musketeers fell to another low.
SUNDAY: The Jump sprang into action for its second series with its biggest audience to date.
SATURDAY: The Voice UK continued to perform well, forcing ITV’s Stars In Their Eyes, Planet’s Got Talent and Take Me Out to series lows.
THURSDAY: Sky Atlantic’s heavily-promoted drama Fortitude made a successful debut, securing an overnight audience of over 700,000 viewers.
WEDNESDAY: ITV’s Midsomer Murders returned for its 17th series with an audience that took a bite out of Wolf Hall, which lost 1m viewers.
TUESDAY: BBC2’s documentary Touched By Auschwitz fell just short of the channel’s slot average on Holocaust Memorial Day.
MONDAY: ITV’s Broadchurch hit its halfway point with its lowest ever audience, but leapfrogged BBC1’s Silent Witness to win the 9pm slot.
SUNDAY: BBC2’s Top Gear drove off with 5.3m for its first episode of a new run, narrowly below last year’s launch, while ITV’s Mr Selfridge returned to its lowest ever audience.
SATURDAY: ITV’s The Jonathan Ross Show returned at an earlier time but fell well short of slot average while The Voice continued to dominate primetime on BBC1.
THURSDAY: Russell T Davies’ drama Cucumber failed to sparkle for Channel 4, finishing in last place in the 9pm slot.
WEDNESDAY: Wolf Hall made a regal debut for BBC2, pulling in the channel’s biggest overnight audience for an episode in a drama series in a decade.
TUESDAY: Sky Living’s structured reality format Desi Rascals launched with fewer than 90,000 viewers as BBC2’s one-off The Eichmann Show enthralled 1.2m.
MONDAY: Channel 4 comedy Catastrophe opened up with just under 1m viewers as Broadchurch dipped by a further 400,000 viewers.
SUNDAY: The final episode of Foyle’s War struggled in a strong 8pm slot, as ITV’s latest entertainment format Get Your Act Together launched with fewer than 3m viewers.
FRIDAY: The arrival of Katie Price on Celebrity Big Brother boosted the Channel 5 show’s ratings by more than half a million viewers.
SATURDAY: The Voice UK gained half a million viewers, thrashing a poor second outing for Stars In Their Eyes.
THURSDAY: Docu-drama Cyberbully gripped an audience in line with Channel 4’s slot average while ITV’s Bring Back Borstal slipped below 2m.