The gameshow, fronted by Dale Winton, pulled in 6.89m (29.9%) for BBC One between 7.35pm and 8.25pm last night. On ITV1 at the same time, episode four of Demons lost another 400k to average 3.75m (16%) in the hour from 7.45pm.
Before the Lottery, the penultimate episode of Eurovision: Your Country Needs You managed 4.76m (21.6%).
ITV1 averaged a healthy 5.38m (27.7%) for live coverage of the FA Cup game between Man Utd and Spurs from 4.55pm, then Harry Hill's TV Burp had 5.4m (23.9%).
Casualty drew 6.56m (27.8%) to BBC One from 8.25pm and on ITV1, a celebrity edition of Who Wants To Be A Millionaire? followed on from Demons with a reasonable 4.29m (18.8%).
BBC One led in primetime with an average share of 22.4%, a fall of 2.6 points on last week. ITV1 was up slightly to 18%.
BBC Two's A History Of Scotland drew 2.05m (8.7%) in the 8pm hour, outdoing the 1.34m (5.7%) for The Real Dad's Army on Channel 4.
At 9pm, documentary 1929: The Great Crash - about the devastating Wall Street crash of 1929 - interested 1.76m (7.8%), while Channel 4's screening of historical drama Elizabeth kept 1.28m (6.4%) until 11.20pm.
Five had 1.17m (5%) for NCIS at 8.15pm, then an hour later, a new episode of CSI: NY brought in an impressive 2.84m (13%). A new Law & Order followed with 1.34m (7.7%).
BBC Two was level in primetime with an average share of 8.4%, then Five logged 7.7% for fourth place overall. Channel 4 slipped to last with 5.6%.
BBC Three's screening of War of the Worlds logged the day's highest multichannel audience, with 840k (4.5%) from 9pm, while on ITV2, American Pie Presents: Band Camp drew 468k (2.7%) from 9.25pm.
The second episode of live series Noel's HQ maintained a steady 346k (1.7%) for Sky1 from 7.30pm.
Ratings data supplied by Attentional