'The One Show' opened BBC one's prime-time offering, with guest Lenny Henry, attracting 3.7 million viewers, a 21.2% share. 'Holby City' followed 'EastEnders at 8pm, as Fletch found himself distracted by a new arrival, attracting 3.9 million viewers, a 20.3% share. 'In The Club' followed at 9pm, as Roanna's ex cancelled all of her credit cards, attracting 4.5 million viewers, a 21.5% share. After the news repeats of 'Scrappers' and 'Operation Wild' aired.
On BBC Two at 7pm, a new series 'Young Vets' began at 7pm, as Elly learnt how to put a kitten to sleep, attracting 1.4 million viewers, a 8.0% share. This was followed at 8pm by 'Coast' as the show explored the effect Winter has on the coastline, attracting 1.8 million viewers, a 9.3% share. 'Super Senses: The Secret Power of Animals' explored Sight at 9pm, attracting 1.5 million viewers, a 7.3% share. This was followed by a repeat of BBC Four show 'Some Scousers with Jokes at 10pm, then 'Newsnight' and a repeat of 'Horizon'.
On itv, 'Emmerdale' aired at 7pm, followed by live coverage of the UEFA Champions League as Bestiktas took on Arsenal, attracting 3.1 million viewers from 7.30pm, a 15.5% share. After the news at 10.45pm, the football action continued with 'Extra Time' featuring highlights from the other matches played today, attracting 628,900 viewers, a 5.9% share.
After the news on Channel 4, at 7pm, 'Dogs: Their Secret Lives' opened with a look at overweight dogs, attracting 1.6 million viewers, a 8.3% share at 8pm. At 9pm 'Worst Place to be a Pilot' opened with 1.65 million viewers, a 7.9% share, as the pilots of Susi Air were followed, who are qualified pilots after only 250 hours training. 'Ramsay's Hotel Hell' headed to Meson De Mesilla at 10pm, attracting 1 million viewers, a 6.4% share. This was followed by a repeat of 'Royal Marine Commando School'. At 12am Pokerstars.com PCA, had a table featuring Vaness Selbst, attracting 157,500 viewers, a 3.5% share. This was followed by the first episode of 'Cage Warriors' at 12.55am, attracting 61,000 viewers, a 2.3% share, the show opened with highlights of Cage Warriors 70. At 1.50am 'KOTV Boxing Weekly' featured highlights from the NABA light middleweight titles, attracting 36,600 viewers, a 1.9% share.
On Channel 5, a repeat of 'Aliens: Are We Alone?' opened the evenings entertainment, followed by the last in the current series of 'The Dog Rescuers with Alan Davies' at 8pm, attracting 1 million viewers, a 5.2% share, this episode featured a report from Malawi. At 9pm 'CSI: Crime Scene Investigation' aired, as a plane passenger was found dead on the way into Vegas, attracting 1.5 million viewers, a 7.0% share. This was followed by highlights of the opening night of 'Celebrity Big Brother' 14, as White Dee was transformed into Duchess Deidre of Solihull, in an attempt to dupe the American housemates, attracting 1.7 million, a 11.0% share. This was followed by Vincent Simone, Gemma Collins, Jaymi Hensley, Judi James and George Shelley joining Emma Willis for 'Bit on the Side' at 11.05pm, attracting 701,100 viewers, a 8.2% share.
'Doctors' aired an episode entitled 'Special' at 1.45pm on BBC one, as different locals seemed to be struck down by the same mysterious illness, attracting 1.2 million viewers, a 17.4% share. Channel 5 aired it's daytime airing of 'Home & Away' at 1.15pm, as Maddy received a shock, attracting 278,200 viewers, a 3.9% share. This was followed at 1.45pm by 'Neighbours', as Paige made a heartbreaking decision, attracting 659,100 viewers.
The primetime repeat of 'Neighbours' aired on Channel 5 at 5.30pm, attracting 759,500 viewers, a 6.2% share. This was followed by a repeat of 'Home & Away' at 6.00pm, attracting 580,500 viewers, a 4.0% share. 'Hollyoaks' aired at 6.30pm on Channel 4, as Dennis was surprised by a decision Blessing made, attracting 961,200 viewers, a 6.1% share.
'Emmerdale' aired on itv at 7pm, as Adam grew worried with Aaron's plans, attracting 5.7 million viewers, a 33.2% share. This was followed on BBC one at 7.30pm by 'EastEnders' as Whitney threw a spanner into the works, as her and Lee's relationship began to blossom, attracting the highest audience of the day, as 5.8 million viewers tuned in, a 31.9% share.
BBC one featured Tim Vine on 'Breakfast' at 6am, attracting 1.4 million viewers, a 36.7% share. In comparison on itv 'Good Morning Britain' attracted 451,600 viewers, a 13.9% share, with guest Daniel Radcliffe. 'Lorraine' followed at 8.30am, on itv, attracting 818,500 viewers, a 15.4% share, with guest Lesley Joseph. 'The Wright Stuff' featured Anthony Worrall Thompson, Rebecca Wheatley and Jasmine Harman at 9.15am on Channel 5, attracting 264,800 viewers, a 5.0% share. Whilst on itv at 9.25am, 'The Jeremy Kyle Show' attracted 1.2 million viewers, a 21.6% share. 'This Morning' followed at 10.30am, with guests including John Partridge and Declan Bennett, attracting 830,600 (a 16.1% share) before the news and 900,400 (a 17.3% share) viewers after the news. A new episode of 'Animal Saints and Sinners' aired on BBC one at 11am attracted 1 million viewers, a 21.1% share, featuring a man who rescues dangerous animals in Essex discussing his work.
After the lunchtime news, itv aired the 7th episode of 'Judge Rinder' attracting 931,300 viewers at 2pm, a 14.3% share. On Channel 4, 'Phil Spencer: Secret Agent' headed to Melton Mowbray, attracting 242,800 viewers at 2.10pm, a 3.8% share. Angellica Bell featured on 'Countdown' at 3.10pm, attracting 484,100 viewers, a 7.1% share. 'Tipping Point' attracted 1.8 million viewers at 4pm on itv, a 21.7% share. Whilst on Channel 4 at 4pm, 'Deal or No Deal' attracted 619,600 viewers, a 7.6% share. On itv at 5pm, the second episode of 'Gift Wrapped' attracted 1.4 million viewers, a 12.4% share. At 6pm on BBC two, 'Two Tribes' attracted 1.4 million viewers, a 9.4% share, followed by 'Eggheads' at 6.30pm, attracting 1 million viewers, a 6.6% share.
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