The programme, titled Kerry And Me, averaged 1.66m (9.1%) for Channel 4 between 9pm and 11.15pm, with 325k (3.4%) tuning in on timeshift.
Coverage of Japan's World Cup win against Denmark took 4.68m (22.2%) for BBC One from 7pm. A further 314k (1.5%) watched the game on BBC HD.
Holland's match against the Cameroon pulled in 682k (3.3%) for BBC Three between 7pm and 9.30pm.
The latest episode of Big Brother took 2.04m (9%) for Channel 4 from 9pm and 432k (2.3%) on timeshift, which was the tenth largest multichannel audience of the night.
Also on Channel 4, property programme Location, Location, Location brought in 1.92m (8.7%) from 8pm and 241k (1.1%) on timeshift.
A Tonight special, titled William And Harry: The Brother Princes, was watched by 4.13m (21.6%) on ITV1 between 7.30pm and 8pm.
Later on the channel, detective series Taggart pulled in 2.53m (11.1%) in the 9pm hour.
The BBC's Wimbledon coverage averaged 1.21m (7.1%) for BBC Two between 6pm and 8pm, and it was followed by highlights programme Today At Wimbledon, which took 900k (4.1%).
Gareth Malone Goes To Glyndebourne was watched by 1.79m (7.9%) on BBC Two in the 9pm hour, before comedy panel show Mock The Week appealed to 1.7m (8.3%) from 10pm.
Fifth Gear saw a 130k week-on-week ratings rise to 357k (1.9%) on Five between 7.30pm and 8pm, and it was followed by Britain's Greatest Machines With Chris Barrie, which secured 464k (2.1%) in the 8pm hour.
A screening of Before You Go averaged 951k (4.5%) for Five between 9pm and 11pm.
Overall, BBC One dominated primetime with a share of 22.4% over ITV1's 18.2%. Channel 4 came in third with 7.9% (+1: 1.1%), followed by BBC Two with 6.5% and Five with 3.1%.
Elsewhere, Peter Andre: The Next Chapter secured the biggest multichannel audience of the evening, with an impressive 1.12m (4.9%) watching on ITV2 in the 9pm hour and 180k (1%) tuning in on timeshift.
The programme was followed by America's Got Talent, which brought in 569k (3%) and 139k (1.4%) on ITV2 +1.
BARB ratings data supplied by Attentional