Live coverage of Scotland's loss to world champions Spain in the Euro 2012 qualifiers averaged a solid 2.81m (12.3%) for BBC Two between 7.30pm and 10pm. Afterwards, Later Live With Jools Holland delighted 850k (4.6%).
The new series of Don't Tell The Bride again proved popular on BBC Three, tying the knot with a healthy 1.19m (5.1%) in the 9pm hour.
Also in the 9pm slot, crime drama The Body Farm continued with 4.65m (20.1%) on BBC One, easily beating 71 Degrees North's 2.24m (9.7%) on ITV1 and 189k (1.1%) on +1.
Elsewhere, Mayday Mayday fetched 2.61m (11.8%) on ITV1 from 7.30pm. Jeremy Kyle's High Stakes had 2.19m (9.5%) in the 8pm hour, but lost out to Holby City's 5.58m (24.4%) on BBC One. Me, My Sex and I had 2.26m (18.6%) on BBC One from 10.45pm.
Gok's Clothes Roadshow styled 1.92m (8.4%) on Channel 4 from 8pm and 164k (0.7%) on +1. New show Mary Queen of Frocks averaged 1.91m (8.2%) in the 9pm hour, and 179k (1.1%) an hour later, before new Shameless fetched 1.25m (7.5%) from 10pm and 115k (1.3%) on timeshift.
Real Food Family Cook Off served up 332k (1.5%) from 7.30pm. Superior Interiors with Kelly Hoppen launched with 642k (2.8%) in the 8pm slot, before CSI: Miami investigated 1.58m (6.8%) from 9pm. Big Brother entertained 1.31m (7.7%) in the 10pm hour.
Overall, BBC One won primetime with 24.1%, ahead of ITV1's modest 12.3% (+1: 0.6%). BBC Two came next with 10%, followed by Channel 4 with 6.9% (+1: 0.7%) and Channel 5 with 4.4%.
Elsewhere, World's Strictest Parents entertained 494k (2.2%) on BBC Three from 8pm and comedy Wilfred amused 342k (2.3%) from 10.30pm. Treasures of Chinese Porcelain delighted 538k (2.3%) on BBC Four from 9pm.
BARB ratings data supplied by Attentional