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668,000 tune in for 'Topless' kids presenter

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668,000 tune in for 'Topless' kids presenter

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BBC Three's Kirsten's Topless Ambition was seen by 668k (3.1%) last night, according to the latest viewing figures.

The show, which saw children's TV presenter Kirsten O'Brien meet stars, models and agents in an effort to decide whether to bare all, came top during the 9pm hour amongst the multichannel stations.

Also on the multichannels, Shameless continued to perform well for E4, drawing 826k (10.5%) during the 11pm hour, while Prison Break continued to decline in the ratings, averaging just 290k (1.8%) for Sky1 at 10pm.

Elsewhere, Holby City had a solid performance for BBC One, putting in 5.11m (22.4%) at 8pm, and the third episode of Gok's Fashion Fix was seen by 2.34m (10.3%) on Channel 4.

The penultimate episode of Jo Brand's The Speaker, which sees the comedienne search for confident young speech-givers, took 980k (4.3%). Five came last for the hour, pulling in 798k (3.5%) with Legend Of The Crystal Skulls: Revealed, a programme which investigated the origins of a series of crystal skulls.

ITV1's coverage of Chelsea's game against Barcelona averaged 6.39m (27.8%) between 7.30pm and 10pm.

The penultimate episode of BBC One's music drama All The Small Things interested 4.12m (17.2%), and 2.52m (10.4%) tuned in for the latest CSI episode on Five.

The first in a two-part series, Born To Be Different: Turning Eight, a documentary which followed the lives of six variously disabled children, grabbed 1.86m (7.8%) for Channel 4, while BBC Two's Cruickshank On Kew: The Garden That Changed The World managed 1.62m (6.8%).

Overall, ITV1 came top during primetime with an average share of 25% to BBC One's 22.7%. Channel 4 was third with 8.5% (+1: 0.6%), followed by Five's 6% and BBC Two with 5.5%.

Ratings data supplied by Attentional

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