The show, which featured home movie footage recorded just before the Second World War, averaged 561,000 (3.1%) for the channel in the 9pm hour. The only multichannel programme that rated better all day was an episode of Family Guy, which drew 681,000 (6.8%) to sister channel BBC Three at 10.55pm.
Coronation Street was the day's most-watched show overall, with an average of 7.69m (40.6%) for ITV1 at 7.30pm. The preceding visit to Emmerdale had 6.18m (35%).
Cop drama The Bill triumphed in the 8pm hour with an average of 5.06m (24.3%), while on BBC One, wildlife documentary Lost Land of the Jaguar improved 300,000 to 4.79m (23%). The current run of Channel 4's Location, Location, Location ended with 2.24m (10.7%) and on BBC Two, a double-bill of Francesco's Mediterranean Voyage had respective audiences of 1.4m (6.9%) and 1.57m (7.3%). Britain's Strongest Man brought in 873,000 (4.2%) to Five.
BBC One pulled ahead at 9pm with update show Crimewatch Solved 2008, which managed 4.05m (19.1%) and improved by more than a million viewers on last week's racing-themed Panorama special. Trinny and Susannah Undress The Nation lost 250,000 viewers to average just 2.51m (11.9%) for ITV1 in the same period, while BBC Two's Saddam Hussein drama House Of Saddam fell 400,000 on its opening episode to average 2.34m (11.1%). Big Brother put in another solid performance for Channel 4 with 2.99m (14.1%) and a further 498,000 on Channel 4+1 at 10pm. Five had 1.34m (6.9%) for Steven Seagal movie Belly Of The Beast between 9pm and 10.55pm.
In the 10pm hour, 1.66m (10%) were taken by Dangerous Jobs For Girls on Channel 4, a week-on-week audience rise of 300,000. BBC Two's Room 101 repeat, this week featuring Jenny Eclair, had 1.19m (6.3%) from 10pm and on BBC One, prison-based comedy The Visit appealed to 1.61m (12.9%) from 10.45pm.
Other notable multichannel performances last night included ITV2's Wednesday night movie Unbreakable, with an average of 500,000 (3.1%) between 9pm and 11.05pm, and BBC Three film Herbie: Fully Loaded, with 424,000 (2.4%) over 90 minutes from 9pm.