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The CBB final at 9pm on Friday delivered 2.5 million/12% (199,000 +1) to C5, down on 2014’s Wednesday finale
C5’s best CBB of the week came at 9pm on Thursday
It was a red-letter week for BBC2: Wednesday brought the best drama launch in a decade in Wolf Hall, while Sunday marked the return of Top Gear.
C4’s single doc Angry White And Proud beat slot average by 1 million (Weds, 9pm)
C5’s latest Celebrity Big Brother launched on Wednesday with 3.1 million/15% (179,000 +1) at 9pm
The best performer of the week was BBC2’s Christmas University Challenge with 2.7 million/ 12% on Tuesday at 7.30pm
On Monday at 9pm, the third episode of Channel 4’s Skint (1.1million/5%;267k+1) grew by 150k week-on-week
BBC2’s FA Cup Match Of The Day averaged 1.5 million/7% from 7.30pm to 10pm
BBC2 launched Posh People: Inside Tatler to 1.5 million the same - after +1 is added - as Channel 4’s second series of Skint
The best of BBC2’s MasterChef: The Professionals was Wednesday at 8pm’s 3.3 million/16%
After 18 months away, BBC2 drama The Fall returned on Thurs- day at 9pm with 2.5 million/12%
On Sunday at 8pm, BBC2’s The Mekong River With Sue Perkins began well with 2.4 million/9%.
BBC2’s stripped Strictly Come Dancing - It Takes Two was Monday’s 2.2 million/11%.
On Monday, the second episode of C5’s Gotham achieved 1.4 million/5% (125,000 +1) - that’s 500,000 short of last week’s launch
The best performer for Channel 4’s Stand Up To Cancer night on Friday was Gogglebox: Celebrity Special
On Tuesday at 8pm, BBC2’s Cat Watch 2014: The New Horizon Experiment began its stripped run with the best audience of the three days: 2.7 million/13%.
C4’s 24 Hours In Police Custody launched on Monday at 9pm for 90 minutes to 1.6 million/7% (349,000 +1)
On Thursday at 9pm, BBC2’s appropriately named drama Marvellous achieved 1.5 million/8% for 90 minutes.
On Friday at 9pm, BBC2’s The Great British Bake Off: An Extra Slice achieved its best rating so far (2.6 million/13%) for half an hour.
Family holidays usually involved driving along the A303, but I never remembered to look up from my pristine Beano Summer Special in time to see Stonehenge properly.
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