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1.6m discover 'The Trouble With Girls'

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1.6m discover 'The Trouble With Girls'

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The first part of BBC Two documentary The Trouble With Girls pulled in 1.62m (7.6%) last night, according to early viewing figures.

The 9pm show, which followed two ex-jailbirds as they tried to go straight, came fourth in its timeslot. It was beaten by BBC One's The Street, which logged 4.32m (20.1%), and ITV1's Monday Monday, which had 2.63m (12.2%).

Five's The Hotel Inspector also topped it, pulling in a series high of 2.16m (10%).

Channel 4's The Scandalous Adventures Of Lord Byron came last during the 9pm hour, attracting 1.14m (5.3%).

Earlier, at 8pm, a half-hour University Challenge grabbed 2.66m (12.5%) for BBC Two, then What To Eat Now brought in 1.89m (8.7%) at 8.30pm.

The Gadget Show put in 1.54m (7.2%) for Five, and 590k (2.7%) tuned in for Channel 4's Dispatches: The War Against Street Weapons.

BBC One's 8.30pm screening of Panorama managed 2.62m (12.1%), while ITV1's half-hour Airline took 3.19m (15%) at 8pm.

Overall, ITV1 came top during primetime with an average share of 22.6% to BBC One's 20.7%. BBC Two was third with 7.6%, followed by Five's 6.4% and Channel 4 with 5.5% (+1: 0.4%).

Elsewhere, One Tree Hill hit a series low, bringing in 322k (1.7%) for E4 during the 9pm hour. It was beaten by Living's Four Weddings, which interested 392k (2%).

BARB ratings data supplied by Attentional

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