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The final episode of Top Gearfinished on a high with a massive 8 million (29.6%) at 8pm making it the most watched programme of the current series.
Undercover cop Tommy Murphy will return to BBC1 in a fifth series of the drama Murphy's Law.
England's rugby loss was BBC1's gain on Saturday as 6.9 million people (34.1%) tuned in to watch the record defeat in their Six Nations match against Ireland at 5.05pm.
Novel Entertainment has struck a deal with Canadian distributor Nelvana Enterprises to distribute kids animation series Horrid Henryinternationally.
The second episode of ITV1's new big-budget drama was unable to hold on to the impressive audience it got for its opening episode, dropping to 5.9 million (27.5%) on Saturday night.
BBC1 drama Hotel Babylon returned for a second series at 9pm last night and pulled in an impressive 5.4 million viewers (24.6%) which was easily above the channel's slot average of 4.5 million (20%).
Andy Harries has called on ITV executives to invest more money in film.
Can the BBC continue to bring British viewers together, asks Stuart Cosgrove
Birmingham indie Maverick Television is to make a broadcast pilot of its hit show How to Look Good Nakedfor US cable network Lifetime.
The commissioning editor, drama for Sky One, Two and Three wants breakthrough, noisy ideas for primetime - and she's prepared to back the right idea with a 'mega terrestrial' budget
The second episode of ITV1's Dancing on Iceon Saturday night (28 January) managed to maintain its popularity with 8.5 million people (38.5%) tuning in at 7.10pm.
Portman Film and Television has acquired the inter-national distribution rights to World Productions' Party Animals.
The second series of ITV1's Dancing on Icestarted with an impressive audience of 8.6 million (39%) at 6.40pm on Saturday night, freezing out competition from all the other channels.
BBC1's new Friday night drama Liliesmanaged to attract 5.3 million (21.1%) at 9pm taking it above the channel's slot average of 5 million (22.5%).
The new series of BBC1 drama Waking the Deadreturned with an impressive 9.2 million (35.2%) on Sunday [7 January] at 9pm, easily topping the bill for the evening's viewing.
A new year and new start for The Vicar of Dibley as Dawn French's character moves from vicar to wife and a massive 12.3 million (44.9%) tuned in at 9.30pm for the last ever episode of the BBC1 sitcom.
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