BBC2 plumbs ocean depths and nets peaktime ratings success


Channel 4's modern-day fly-on-the-wall take on William Golding's novel Lord of the Fliesmanaged a respectable performance last night (Thursday 30 May), but was convincingly beaten by a BBC 2 D-Day documentary, writes Jon Rogers

or subscribe for access

Subscribe for immediate access 

Choose a subscription package that suits your needs

Get access to premium content subscribe today

If you have an account you can SIGN IN now