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Armstrong's 'Street' appearance draws 4.4m

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Armstrong's 'Street' appearance draws 4.4m

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Jonas Armstrong's appearance on The Street drew 4.42m (20.5%) for BBC One on Monday, according to the latest ratings figures.

The show came top during the 9pm hour, but was down around 670k on last week's episode, which drew 5.09m (22.5%) and featured Anna Friel.

Earlier on BBC One, the half-hour Panorama pulled in 2.29m (10.7%) at 8.30pm.

Over on BBC Two, University Challenge put in 2.54m (12.3%) between 8pm and 8.30pm. The audience then fell to 1.86m (8.7%) during the 8.30pm screening of What To Eat Now, and The Supersizers Eat... followed at 9pm, grabbing 1.91m (8.8%).

Airline managed 2.73m (13.3%) for ITV1 between 8pm and 8.30pm, then 2.62m (12.1%) tuned in for Monday Monday during the 9pm hour.

Channel 4's Dispatches: Bankrolling Mugabe took 1.05m (5%). The Scandalous Adventures Of Lord Byron followed at 9pm, logging 1.36m (6.3%), then 1.93m (11.8%) watched the latest Big Brother instalment.

The 8pm Fifth Gear interested 865k (4.1%) for Five, then The Hotel Inspector had 1.91m (8.9%) during the 9pm hour.

Overall, BBC One came top during primetime with an average share of 21.3% to ITV1's 20.9%. BBC Two was third with 7.7%, followed by Channel 4 with 6.6% (+1: 0.4%) and Five's 4.6%.

Elsewhere, BBC Three's Underage And Pregnant was the most-watched programme on the multichannel stations, pulling in 850k (4.4%) at 8.30pm. Britain's Most Embarrassing Parents followed at 9pm, averaging 552k (2.8%).

BARB ratings data supplied by Attentional

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