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'Jamie's Family Christmas' draws 3.3m

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'Jamie's Family Christmas' draws 3.3m

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Jamie's Family Christmas made a decent start for Channel 4 last night, according to the latest viewing figures.

The first episode of the festive series drew 3.26m (14.9%) between 8pm and 8.30pm. The audience then climbed to 3.68m (16.2%) during the next instalment, which aired immediately afterwards.

Gordon Ramsay's F Word then had 2.13m (9.7%) during the 9pm hour.

Over on BBC One, Holby City took 5.32m (23.9%) during the 8pm hour, then the audience dropped to 3.12m (14.2%) during the 9pm screening of Paradox's penultimate episode.

BBC Two's A History Of Scotland and Can Gerry Robinson Fix Dementia Care Homes? managed 1.62m (7.3%) and 1.94m (8.8%) at 8pm and 9pm respectively.

Coastline Cops put in 3.23m (14.5%) for ITV1 at 8pm, then 2.47m (11.2%) watched Robson Green's Wild Swimming Adventure at 9pm.

Five's Sea Patrol UK logged 712k (3.2%) during the 8pm hour, then the audience climbed to 2.85m (12.9%) during CSI: Miami, which aired at 9pm.

Overall, BBC One came top during primetime with an average share of 22.4% to ITV1's 14.9%. Channel 4 was third with 8.8% (+1: 1%), followed by BBC Two with 7.4% and Five with 6.6%.

Elsewhere, Glee made its UK premiere to 278k (1.3%) for E4, with a further 100k (0.6%) on timeshift.

BARB ratings data supplied by Attentional

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