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The Bermuda Triangle: Beneath the Waves was BBC4’s best this week
BBC4 ‘s Gravity And Me: The Force That Shapes Our Lives achieved almost 1 million
Chuck Berry In Concert, BBC4’s tribute to the original rocker, achieved 380,000
The channel’s biggest audience of the week was for Pedalling Dreams: The Raleigh Story
Britain In Focus: A Photographic History kicked off with 370,000
E4’s comedy drama was 155,000 short of last week’s opener
BBC4’s South Downs: England’s Mountains Green began with 660,000
The best of E4’s second stripped series of Celebs Go Dating was Monday’s 530,000.
The reboot of Alex Haley’s story debuted with 1 million/5%.
In this era of ‘fake news’ and ‘alternative facts’, BBC4’s fibbing series is striking the right chord. Meanwhile, even Stephen Fry couldn’t help ITV2’s new
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