'The One Show' aired on BBC one at 7pm, with guest Jon Hamm, attracting 3.1 million viewers (a 18.4% share). A repeat of 'Fake Britain' aired at 7.30pm, attracting 3.1 million viewers (16.8% share). At 8pm Mel & Sue returned with 'The Great British Bake Off', with the theme this week been bread, the show attracted 7.4 million viewers (a 35.2% share). This was followed at 9pm, by the third episode of 'Operation Wild', as Clare met a dolphin with no tail in Japan, attracting 3.3. million viewers (16.2% share). After the news at 10, 'A Question of Sport' featured guests, James Toseland, Neil Lennon, John Regis and Eve Muirhead from 10.35pm, attracting 1.7 million viewers (14.3% share). This was followed by a repeat of 'Room 101' from 11.10pm, attracting 1 million viewers (12.0% share).
'Young Vets' continued on BBC TWO from 7pm, as Judy helped treat a dog with a broken back, attracting 1.1 million viewers (6.1% share). At 8pm, 'The Stuarts' looked at the religious divide of the time period, attracting 1 million viewers (4.8 share). 'Horizon' contineud its special programming block 'Should I Eat Meat?' from 9pm, as Michael Mosley looked at the effect of mass meat production in the episode 'How To Feed the Planet', attracting 1.4 million viewers (6.8% share). This was followed by a repeat of BBC Four show 'Some Scousers with Jokes' at 10pm, attracting 1 million viewers (6.1% share). After 'Newsnight' a repeat of 'Super Senses: The Secret Power of Animals' attracted 226,600 viewers from 11.20pm (a 3.4% share).
On ITV, after 'Emmerdale' and 'Coronation Street', Ben Fogle presented the first in a new series of 'Trawlermen's Lives', as he took on his biggest challenge yet - sailing alongside the unpredictable North Sea, attracting 2.4 million viewers (11.0% share). This was followed by the opening episode of 'Secrets from the Asylum' as Al Murray and Ray Winstone explore their family history with mental asylums, attracting 1.9 million viewers (9.5% share). After the news, a repeat of 'Dangerous Dogs' attracted 861,300 viewers from 10.40pm, a 8.5% share. This was followed by a repeat of 'Off the Beaten Track' at 11.45pm, attracting 354,200 viewers (5.6% share).
On Channel 4, after the news, 'Sarah Beeny's Double Your House for Half the Money' headed to Kent, attracting 1.2 million viewers (5.5% share). 'Undercover Boss' aired the last in the series, on a Wednesday instead of a Tuesday at 9pm, as the boss of Carluccio's went undercover, attracting 1.6 million viewers (7.8% share). 'The Mimic' followed at 10pm, as Harriet and Martin prepared for their wedding day, attracting 346,900 viewers (2.1% share). This was followed by a repeat of '8 out of 10 Cats' at 10.30pm, attracting 380,700 viewers (2.8% share). Then a repeat of E4's 'The Inbetweeners Go Global' at 11.05pm, attracting 352,400 viewers (4.4% share). The night closed with the documentary film 'Something From Nothing: The Art of Rap' attracting 90,800 viewers from 12.10am (a 3.0% share).
Channel 5 opened the evening with an earlier then normal episode of 'Emergency Bikers' at 7pm, as a desperate search for two riders ensued, attracting 334,500 viewers (1.9% share). This was followed by the opening episode of the second series of 'The Nightmare Neighbour Next Door' from 8pm, featuring a chimney repair dispute in Nottingham, attracting 1.4 million viewers (6.5% share). 'Celebrity Big Brother' highlights followed at 9pm, as Gary Busey and James Jordan got into a heated argument over sexuality, attracting 2 million viewers (9.7% share). 'Suspects' returned at 10pm, in the first of a two-part episode called 'Bound & Gagged', as Martha's neighbour Jonathan Moxton was found with a serious head injury, attracting 921,300 viewers (6.0% share). This was followed by 'Celebrity Big Brother's Bit on the Side' at 11pm, with guests Katy Brand, Dan Osborne and Louie Spence, attracting 580,700 viewers (6.8% share).
'Doctors' aired the episode 'Flipping Cats' from 1.45pm on BBC one, attracting 1 million viewers (16.1% share). The first airing of Channel 5's 'Home & Away' of the Australian episode broadcast on the 25th of June, attracted 299,800 viewers (4.5% share), as John struggled to fit in. At 1.45pm 'Neighbours' aired on Channel 5, with the Australian episode that originally aired on the 6th of August, attracting 590,900 viewers (9.0% share).
The teatime repeat of 'Neighbours' on Channel 5 from 5.30pm attracted 762,400 viewers (6.2% share), followed by 'Home & Away' at 6pm, attracting 652,400 viewers (4.4% share). 'Hollyoaks' aired on Channel 4 at 6.30pm, as Blessing was left feeling heartbroken, attracting 853,900 viewers (5.4% share).
In 'Emmerdale' on itv at 7pm, Moira asked Marlon for help, attracting 5.9 million viewers (34.4% share). This was followed at 7.30pm, by 'Coronation Street' with Nick refusing to drop the act, attracting 6.5 million viewers (35.4% share).
'Breakfast' featured Rudolph Walker as a guest from 6am on BBC one, attracting 1.4 million viewers (38.5% share). On itv, 'Good Morning Britain' featured Guy Henry as a guest attracting 446,200 viewers (14.1% share). This was followed at 8.30am, by 'Lorraine' on itv, with guest Helen Lederer, attracting 787,000 (14.5% share). On Channel 5, at 9.15am, 'The Wright Stuff' had guests Anthony Worrall Thompson, Rebecca Wheatley and Chesney Hawkes, attracting 269,000 (a 5.2% share). 'The Jeremy Kyle Show' aired on itv at 9.25am, attracting 1 million viewers (19.3% share). This was followed by Yvette Fielding appearing on 'This Morning' which attracted 822,900 viewers (16.5% share) before the news update and 767,100 viewers (15.2% share) after the news. On BBC one at 11am 'Animal Saints and Scroungers' followed dogs been trained to detect cancer, attracting 1 million viewers (20.6% share).
On Channel 4, the days racing began at 1.30pm, attracting 335,100 viewers (5.3% share), with races from York. 'Judge Rinder' aired on itv at 2pm, attracting 1 million viewers (16.8% share). 'Tipping Point' aired at 4pm on itv, attracting 1.8 million viewers (22.4% share). On Channel 4 at 4pm 'Deal or No Deal' attracted 434,200 viewers (5.6% share). 'Gift Wrapped' on itv at 5pm attracted 1.4 million viewers (12.5% share). On BBC Two at 6pm, 'Two Tribes' attracted 1.3 million viewers (8.6% share). Followed by 'Eggheads' at 6.30pm, which attracted 1.1 million viewers (6.9% share).
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