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BBC Two's 'Choir' breaks away from ITV's 'Homefront' in ratings

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The Choir sang its way to a new series high on BBC Two last night (Thursday), the latest overnight data indicates.

The Gareth Malone talent search, which found yet more viewers, averaged 2.84m (12.8%) in the 9pm hour, extending its lead over Homefront which sunk to 2.34m (10.6%) on ITV1 (+1: 160k/0.9%).

The Choir: Sing While You Work, BBC2

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BBC Two's new Jewish sitcom Hebburn, which has received rave reviews from critics, launched with 1.81m (9.6%) in the 10pm slot after The Choir.

The comedy had competition courtesy of Channel 4's documentary My Tattoo Addiction, which gained significant interest with 1.68m (10.3%) tuning in live and 229k (2.7%) catching it on +1.

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Despite winning the 9pm hour, Hunted drew an unspectacular 3.44m (15.5%) for BBC One, while 1.55m (7%) watched Embarrassing Bodies on Channel 4 (+1: 196k/1.2%).

Elsewhere, movie Pale Rider (914k/5%) salvaged Channel 5's night and helped it to regain its fifth ranking above ITV2.

Overall, BBC One led the way in primetime with 19.8%, ahead of ITV1's 17.1% (+1: 0.8%). BBC Two claimed third place with an impressive 9.6%, while Channel 4 averaged 6.9% (+1: 0.9%), and Channel 5 had 3.6% (+1: 0.1%).

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BARB ratings data supplied by Attentional

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