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The best of stripped 10pm comedy- drama Flowers was Monday’s first double-bill, with 600,000/4%
On Saturday from 8.30pm, BBC2’s Shakespeare Live! From The RSC averaged 1.3 million/7% over two hours.
On Saturday, BBC2’s Tom Jones’s 1950s: The Decade That Made Me achieved 1.7 million
On Saturday, Channel 4’s coverage of its final Grand National averaged 3 million/24% from 2pm.
BBC2’s Bake Off: Crème De La Crème debuted with 3.5 million/15%, defeating C4’s Obsessive Compulsive Cleaners and C5’s Britain’s Horror Homes
The third episode of C4’s Indian Summers was watched by 600,000 on Sunday, its lowest of all in live ratings so far
BBC2 launched its four-part series Inside Obama’s White House at 9pm on Tuesday with 1.6 million
BBC2’s The Secret History Of My Family defeats Channel 5’s fifth episode of the similarly titled The Secret Life Of The Family
BBC2’s Steve Backshall’s Extreme Mountain Challenge launched with 1.5 million/6%
Channel 4’s Ugly House To Lovely House With George Clarke defeated the second of BBC2’s Big Dreams, Small Spaces
Only when you rewatch 1994’s slow car chase down the LA freeway do you realise just how bonkers and generally unsavoury the whole OJ Simpson thing was.
Stellar debut for Channel 5’s X-Files which was viewed by 3 million/14%
Channel 5’s best this week was Celebrity Big Brother: Live Final with 2.5 million/13% (47,000 +1) watching reality star Scotty T triumph at 9pm on Friday.
C4’s third series of The Jump kicked off 500,000 viewers short of 2015’s launch but still defeated ITV’s Beowulf: Return To The Shieldlands and BBC2’s Dragons’ Den
The best of Channel 5’s Celebrity Big Brother this week was Sunday’s 2.4 million, the second best so far after the series launch
On Monday, 2 million sought the answer on Channel 4’s How To Lose Weight Well - a strong performance but still behind BBC2’s brainy duo of University Challenge and Only Connect
At 8pm, on what is apparently ‘Medical Wednesday’, BBC2’s Trust Me, I’m A Doctor defeated both C5’s GPs Behind Closed Doors.
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