On BBC One at 7pm, 'The One Show' saw Russ Abbott join Alex and Matt in the studio, attracting 3.2 million viewers (a 17.8% share). At 8pm, a edited version of daytime favourite 'The Sheriffs Are Coming' attracted 3.1 million viewers (a 15.6% share). Whilst at 9pm, 'Who Do You Think You Are?' featured the actor Brian Blessed, attracting 4.6 million viewers (a 22.8% share).
On BBC Two, the day was filled with coverage of the European Athletics Championships, but at 9pm a new episode of 'The Honourable Woman' aired, as Nessa pressed ahead with the cabling partnership, attracting 1.5 million viewers (a 7.5% share).
Over on itv at 7.30pm, 'Tonight' looked at the waiting list at some GP practises, attracting 2.4 million viewers (a 12.6% share). 'Harbour Lives' aired at 8.30pm, with Ben meeting the country's oldest pilot, attracting 2.3 million viewers (a 11.5% share). At 9pm, the second episode of 'Kids With Cameras: Diary of a Children's Ward', featured a child suffering with juvenile arthiritis, attracting 1.4 million viewers (a 7.3% share).
The opening episode of the 21st series of 'Location, Location, Location' saw Phil & Kirstie help out property buyers in Kent and Royal Tunbridge Wells, attracting 1.7 million viewers at 8pm, a 8.4% share of the audience. At 9pm, 'Embarassing Bodies' continued to look at the effects of over-indulging on holiday in Magaluf, attracting 1.3 million viewers (a 6.4% share). At 10pm, the 'First Time Farmers' had to help nurse ill calves back to full health, attracting 549,300 viewers (a 3.5% share).
On Channel 5, at 8pm 'Countdown to Murder' looked at the case of Rebecca Thorpe, who's body was found in a chest freezer in 2010, attracting 1.2 million viewers (a 6.0% share). At 9pm, 'The Last Secrets of 9/11' looked at the story of the recovery of the city after the horrific attacks, attracting 1.2 million viewers (a 5.9% share). 'Big Brother' aired at 10pm, with ex-housemates giving the finalists media training and then joining them for a party, attracting 1.3 million viewers (a 8.0% share). 'Big Brother's Bit on the Side' followed at 11pm, with Rylan been joined by Matt Johnson, Sam Evans and Emma Kennedy, attracting 628,600 viewers (a 6.6% share).
'Doctors' aired on BBC one at 1.45pm, as Daniel and Tori stepped up their dance rehearsals, attracting 1.3 million viewers (a 17.4% share). Later at 7.30pm, Ian's appeal aired on the local news on 'EastEnders' at 7.30pm, attracting 5.7 million viewers (a 30.6% share). 'Emmerdale' aired Donna's last episodes, in a double bill which also saw Aaron make his return to the soap. The 7pm episode attracted 5.7 million viewers (a 31.4% share), with the later 8pm episode attracting the highest ratings of the night, with 6.1 million viewers tuning in (a 30.3% share of the audience). Channel 4's 'Hollyoaks' aired at 6.30pm, with the college students receiving their results, attracting 931,300 viewers (a 5.7% share). On Channel 5, the 1.15pm airing of 'Home & Away' saw Marilyn and John move in together, attracting 209,300 viewers (a 2.7% share), with the primetime repeat of the episode at 6pm, attracting 576,200 viewers (a 3.9% share). The 1.45pm episode of 'Neighbours' saw Lucy Robinson return, attracting 585,400 viewers (a 8.0% share), the later 5.30pm repeat attracted 811,500 viewers (a 6.5% share of the audience).
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