Jamie's Food Revolution Hits Hollywood, featuring the British chef attempting to introduce healthy food into schools in Los Angeles, averaged 1.17m (6.9%) for Channel 4 in the 10pm hour and 144k (1.6%) on +1.
In the 9pm hour, Crimewatch tracked down 5.64m (21.3%) on BBC One, outperforming Home is Where the Heart Is, which had 1.9m (8.3%) on ITV1. The Secret Millionaire enchanted 2.11m (9.2%) on Channel 4 and 287k (1.7%) on +1.
Earlier, Military Driving School drove away with 2.33m (10.9%) on ITV1 from 7.30pm. BBC One's Holby City fetched 5.64m (25.1%) in the 8pm hour, beating Countrywise's 2.94m (13.1%) on ITV1. See You In Court, a documentary series on high profile privacy cases, judged 2.26m (16.9%) on BBC One from 10.45pm.
Over at BBC Two, Britain's Secret Seas sailed in with 1.1m (5.3%) in the 7pm hour. Britain's Next Big Thing mustered 1.39m (6.2%) from 8pm and The Country House Revealed gathered 1.48m (6.4%) in the 9pm hour. Later Live...with Jools Holland captivated 550k (2.8%) from 10pm.
Channel 4's Supersize Vs Superskinny gobbled up 2.04m (9.1%) in the 8pm hour and 241k (1.1%) on +1. Misfits had 260k (3%) from 10pm.
Highland Emergency entertained 474k (2.2%) on Channel 5 from 7.30pm, before Supersize Grime disgusted 767k (3.4%). CSI and CSI: Miami brought in 2.3m (10%) and 1.16m (6.6%) respectively from 9pm.
Overall, BBC One owned primetime with 25.7% against ITV1's 13% (+1: 0.3%). Channel 4 came in third place with 7.4% (+1: 0.9%), followed by BBC Two and Channel 5 jointly with 5.4%.
Elsewhere, live coverage of the Championship playoff semi-final between Reading and Cardiff City was seen by 1.08m (4.8%) on Sky Sports 1 from 7.30pm. The Vampire Diaries entertained 535k (2.3%) on ITV2 from 9pm.
BARB ratings data supplied by Attentional