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Lady GaGa's Radio 1 Big Weekend entertains 1m

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Lady Gaga at Radio 1 Big Weekend

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Lady GaGa's Radio 1 Big Weekend show entertained almost 1m viewers on Sunday evening, while new Family Guy also performed strongly, according to the latest audience data.

Live coverage of the pop superstar's performance in Carlisle averaged 947k (3.7%) for BBC Three in the 9pm hour and 81k (0.3%) on BBC HD. An additional 457k (1.8%) tuned in for the build-up programme from 8pm.

Also on BBC Three, episode two of the new series of US animated comedy Family Guy pulled in 1.18m (5.2%) from 10pm, before episode three amused 1.28m (6.7%) from 10.20pm and 102k (0.5%) on BBC HD.

On the terrestrial channels, drama Land Girls appealed to 2.97m (15.5%) on BBC One from 6.15pm. Countryfile grabbed 5.94m (26.7%) in the 8pm hour, beating The Cube's 4.12m (18.5%) on ITV1 from 6.30pm and 222k (0.9%) on timeshift.

A screening of Pirates of the Caribbean: The Curse of the Black Pearl roused 6.96m (27.9%) on BBC One between 8pm and 10pm, outperforming Vera's 5.46m (21.8%) on ITV1 and 169k (0.7%) on +1. New arts strand Perspectives, featuring House star Hugh Laurie, enchanted 950k (5.7%) on ITV1 from 10.15pm.

On BBC Two, Britain's Secret Seas sailed in with 1.67m (6.7%) in the 8pm hour, before Operation Crossbow - a documentary on how 3D images were used by British intelligence during World War II - attracted 1.9m (7.5%) in the 9pm hour. Match of the Day 2 scored with 3.31m (18.5%) from 10pm.

Channel 4's Come Dine With Me served up 1.62m (7.3%) in the 7pm hour and 331k (1.3%) on +1. The Hotel continued with 1.63m (6.6%) from 8pm and 204k (0.8%) on +1. A screening of Die Hard 4.0 took 1.44m (6.9%) from 9pm and 307k (2.3%) on timeshift.

Showings of Zathura: A Space Adventure and Practical Magic roused 1.1m (5.2%) and 792k (3.2%) on Channel 5 between 6pm and 10pm. Zombie drama The Walking Dead scared up 1.06m (5.4%) between 10pm and 11.30pm.

BBC One owned primetime with 25.4% against ITV1's 18% (+1: 0.8%). BBC Two came in third with 8.8%, followed by Channel 4 with 6.7% (+1: 1.1%) and Channel 5 with 4.3%.

BARB ratings data supplied by Attentional

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