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'Exile' ends with over 4.2m on BBC One

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Sam Ronstadt (Jim Broadbent) and Tom Ronstadt (John Simm) from 'Exile'

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Paul Abbott's three-part drama Exile picked up extra viewers for BBC One last night, early figures indicate.

The John Simm and Jim Broadbent-led series enthralled 4.26m viewers (17.3%) from 9pm last night, a modest climb of 1.4k from the previous episode.

Over on ITV1, the second part of crime thriller Case Sensitive dropped to 4.07m (16.58%), down over 1m from last night's first episode. However, it did pick up 271k on ITV1+1.

Elsewhere, Britain's Next Big Thing entertained 1.38m (6.2%) in the 8pm slot for BBC Two, followed by tribute show The Quite Remarkable David Coleman, which picked up 1.49m (6.0%). Jools Holland continued at 10pm with 0.78m (3.8%).

Channel 4's Secret Millionaire rewarded 2.32m (9.4%) at 9pm with an extra 336k watching on +1. Earlier, Supersize v Superskinny picked up 1.77m (7.8%), while surreal comedy Campus captured 0.44m (2.5%).

On Channel 5, The King's Speech: Revealed picked up 877k (3.9%) at 8pm, while the CSI franchises continued to perform well with the original show picking up 1.97% at 9pm (8.0%), followed by CSI: Miami with 1.17m (6.4%) and CSI: New York grabbing 916k (9.5%).

Katie Price's Sky Living fly-on-the-wall show is still struggling to pick up fans with only 225k (0.9%) tuning in for the latest chapter in her showbiz life.

BBC One led primetime overall with 23.61%, ahead of ITV1's 15.6% (+1: 0.6%), Channel 4's 6.35%, BBC Two's 6.26% (+1: 0.9%) and Channel 5's 4.97%.

BARB ratings data supplied by Attentional

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