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C4’s Cutting Edge: Rich Brother, Poor Brother, helped by +1, defeated C5’s Big Brother with 1.3 million/6%
On Sunday, the second of BBC2’s new Top Gear dropped 1.5 million from last week’s 4.3 million/23% to 2.8 million/14%
The best of BBC2’s Chelsea Flower Show was 8pm on Monday (2.9 million/13%).
The fourth series of BBC2’s The Great British Sewing Bee opened with 2.4 million/11% on Monday at 9pm, just ahead of its 2015 launch: 2.3 million/10% at 8pm
On Monday at 10pm, BBC2’s Shakespeare comedy Upstart Crow launched with 1.3 million/ 8%, ahead of Channel 4’s returning Very British Problems
On Thursday, Peaky Blinders was back with 2 million/10% - that’s Champions League form
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.
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