Comedy panel show Celebrity Juice, presented by Keith Lemon, amused 1.08m (5.5%) on ITV2 from 10pm, the biggest multichannel audience of the night. A further 194k (1.7%) tuned in on timeshift.
On BBC One, the new series of MasterChef continued with 4.49m (17.3%) in the 9pm hour, before Question Time brought in 2.64m (20%) from 10.45pm. Earlier, The One Show grabbed 4.67m (20.8%) from 7pm and documentary series Human Planet captivated 4.12m (15.8%) in the 8pm hour.
Tonight: Endgame Afghanistan fetched 2.62m (11.1%) on ITV1 from 7.30pm and 30k (0.1%) on +1. New drama Marchlands entertained 5.6m (24%) from 9pm and 184k (1%) on timeshift.
Channel 4's Relocation, Relocation located 1.56m (6%) in the 8pm hour and 343k (1.3%) on timeshift. Rome Wasn't Built In a Day mustered 1.13m (4.3%) from 9pm and 133k (0.7%) on +1. 10'Clock Live was seen by 760k (4.2%) and 100k (1%) an hour later.
Over at BBC Two, The Culture Show fetched 810k (3.5%) in the 7pm hour, before The Hairy Bikers: Mums Know Best served up 1.59m (6.1%) from 8pm. New series The Spice Trail captivated 2.1m (8.1%) in the 9pm hour and Victorian Pharmacy grabbed 930k (4.5%) from 10pm.
Live coverage of Liverpool's Europe League draw with Sparta Prague was watched by 2.76m (10.9%) on Channel 5 between 7.30pm and 10.15pm.
Overall, ITV1 won primetime with 23.8% against BBC One's 20.9%. Channel 5 came in a solid third with 8.8%, ahead of BBC Two with 5.5% and Channel 4 with 4.5% (+1: 0.8%).
Elsewhere, Sky1's new drama series Mad Dogs, starring John Simm, Philip Glenister and Marc Warren, averaged 802k (3.1%) in the 9pm hour. Skins had 511k (2.8%) on E4 in the 10pm hour and 132k (1.3%) on +1.
BARB ratings data supplied by Attentional