The second episode of Kate Humble’s Wild Shepherdess was one of the few positive performers on Friday night as Britain’s Secret Homes and Big Brother lost viewers.

Wild Shepherdess with Kate Humble (BBC2) 9pm – 10pm
2.03m (9.81%)

The second episode of the Kate Humble-fronted historical documentary series added 70,000 viewers from last week’s from 1.96m (9.3%). The episode, which saw Humble travel to Peru to live with the modern day descendants of the Incas, was well above slot average of 1.68m (7.37%), according to overnight Barb data supplied by Attentional.

Britain’s Secret Homes (ITV) 9pm – 10pm
2.14m (10.33%)

The penultimate episode of the property documentary series fell to a series low. Despite coming second in the timeslot it was well down on the network’s slot average.

Miranda (BBC1) 9pm – 9:30pm
3.47m (16.92%)

A repeat of the mainstream comedy series comfortably won the timeslot and gained viewers on the previous two weeks.

Big Brother: Live Eviction (C5) 9pm – 10:30pm
1.53m (7.62%)

The live eviction of dating website manager Jemima Slade was watched by 300,000 viewers less than last Friday’s eviction of Sallie Axl. However, the show was well up on C5’s slot average of 1.2m (5.57%).

The Million Pound Drop Live (C4) 9pm – 10pm
1.32m (6.58%)

The fifth episode of the Davina McCall-fronted gameshow lost more 300,000 viewers from last Friday night but remained more popular than last Saturday’s show, which recorded 1.24m (5.9%). The show was slightly down on the timeslot average of 1.52m (6.99%).

Modern Family (Sky1) 8:30pm – 9pm
355,800 (1.65%)

The finale of season four of the US comedy import performed well for Sky, adding more than 100,00 to its slot average of 248,800 (1.07%).