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3 million tuned in to Monday’s Chelsea Flower Show episode
The Day The Dinosaurs Died drew 2.3m viewers
BBC2’s King Charles III attracted 1.8 million
Dara Ed’s Road To Mandalay began with 1.6 million
Soham Revisited: 15 Years On achieved 1.5 million
Springwatch In Japan: Cherry Blossom Time drew 2.1 million
BBC2’s University Challenge final gripped 3.2 million
The opening episode of Second Chance Summer: Tuscany attracted 1.3m
University Challenge’s first semi-final notched up 2.8 million
BBC2’s combo of University Challenge and Mary Berry Everyday both pulled in more than 2 million
Johnny Vegas helped The Great Pottery Throw Down to its biggest audience to date
The second episode of the motoring format achieved 2.75 million
Documentary Shannon Matthews: What Happened Next pulled in 1.3 million
BBC2’s The Great Pottery Throwdown hit a series high of 2.1 million on Thursday
The third episode achieved 1.8 million, the lowest of this run so far
BBC2’s third Special Forces: Ultimate Hell Week achieved 1.2 million, defeating C4’s Homeland
BBC2’s The Great Pottery Throw Down returned with 1.8 million beating C4’s The Secret Life Of 5 Year-Olds and C5’s Bargain Loving Brits In The Sun.
BBC2’s best Winterwatch was Monday’s 8pm edition with 3.2 million beating C4’s Dispatches and Food Unwrapped, as well as Channel 5’s Police Interceptors repeat.
C4’s hospital factual drew 2 million viewers last Tuesday, defeating CBB’s 1.8 million.
Each winter brings, with increasing savagery, an NHS crisis, and with one currently blowing a hard chill, BBC2 fast-tracked a fly-on-the-medic doc series. Elsewhere, Channel 5 sent its inmates to hell.
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