Keith Lemon's Celebrity Juice amused 1.74m (9.4%) on ITV2 from 10pm, up almost 200k week-on-week. The show had a further 236k (2.3%) on ITV2+1.
Noir thriller The Shadow Line averaged 1.6m (7.1%) for BBC Two in the 10pm hour and 116k (0.5%) on BBC HD, down 380k week-on-week overall. Spooky comedy Psychoville scared 740k (3.8%) afterwards from 10pm, also down 250k on last week's episode.
Earlier, Tonight fetched 3.47m (17.5%) on ITV1 from 7.30pm, while Watchdog had 4.49m (20.8%) on BBC One in the 8pm hour. New series Inside The Human Body opened with 3.47m (15.4%) on BBC One in the 9pm hour, but lost out to Long Lost Family's 4.72m (20.9%) on ITV1 and 247k (1.4%) on +1. Later, Question Time quizzed 2.92m (23.6%) on BBC One from 10.45pm.
B&B reality series Three in a Bed booked in 1.3m (6%) on Channel 4 in the 8pm hour and 334k (1.5%) on +1. Documentary Hunting Britain's Most Wanted had 1.65m (7.3%) in the 9pm hour and 420k (2.4%) on timeshift. Highlights programme Comedy Gala: Best Bits amused 820k (4.8%) from 10pm and 126k (1.4%) an hour later.
Over at BBC Two, The Culture Show enchanted 510k (2.7%) in the 7pm hour, before Business Nightmares with Evan Davis fetched 870k (4%) from 8pm.
Channel 5's Zoo Days grabbed 308k (1.5%) from 7.30pm, before Emergency Bikers pulled in 808k (3.8%) in the 8pm hour. Extreme Fishing with Robson Green caught 1.15m (5.1%) from 9pm, while Impossible took 399k (2.3%) from 10pm, down 400k week-on-week.
Overall, ITV1 edged primetime with 23.2% (+1: 0.7%) against BBC One's 22.2%. Channel 4 ranked third with 5.4% (+1: 1.2%), ahead of BBC Two's 4.4% and Channel 5's 3.3%.
Elsewhere, Peter Andre: The Next Chapter entertained 801k (3.5%) on ITV2 in the 9pm hour and 178k (1%) on timeshift.
A303: Highway to the Sun fetched 668k (3%) on BBC Four in the 9pm hour. Russell Howard Live: Dingledodies amused 651k (4.9%) on BBC Three from 10.30pm.
BARB ratings data supplied by Attentional