Over the course of three nights, the classic version of the gameshow lost 750,000 viewers, logging 3.17m (14.6%) for ITV1 for its last edition at 9pm (+1: 155k/0.9%).
The Town That Never Retired, part of BBC One's elderly season, topped the hour with 3.53m (16.2%), while 24 Hours in A&E took 2.12m (9.7%) for Channel 4 (+1: 581k/3.2%). BBC Two's Secret History of Our Streets (1.94m/8.9%) and NCIS (1.67m/7.7%) also aired.
DIY SOS: The Big Build secured another slot victory for BBC One with 4.2m (20.8%) at 8pm, beating Super Tiny Animals's 3.09m (15.2%) for ITV1 (+1: 156k/0.7%), BBC Two's Volcano Live (2.04m/10%), Channel 5's Building the London Underground (1.31m/6.4%), and Embarrassing Bodies's 1.08m (5.4%) for Channel 4 (+1: 292k/1.3%).
Finally, Big Brother entertained 1.26m (6.9%) on Channel 5, while documentary Show Me Your Money interested 1.15m (6.5%) on Channel 4 at 10pm (+1: 301k/3.2%).
Overall, ITV1 edged a primetime victory largely thanks to its 7pm soap hour, averaging 18.7% (+1: 0.8%) against BBC One's 18.4%. BBC Two won the race for third with 6.8%, pipping Channel 4's 6.3% (+1: 1.6%), and Channel 5's 5.6% (+1: 0.3%).
BARB ratings data supplied by Attentional