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'Britain's Got Talent' scores series high of 10.54m on ITV

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Britain's Got Talent topped the ratings on Saturday with a massive 10.54m (45.2%), overnight data suggests.

The ITV show was up more than a million viewers on last week. It peaked at 11.33m, while a further 375k (1.6%) caught the programme on ITV+1.

Britain's Got Talent episode five: Mazeppa Cossacks

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Britain's Got Talent: Mazeppa Cossacks

2013 FA Cup Final: Manchester City v Wigan Athletic - Manchester City's Vincent Kompany misses a headed chance on goal.

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FA Cup Final: Manchester City v Wigan Athletic



The talent competition aired at 7.45pm, after the FA Cup Final between Wigan and Manchester City, which scored 4.96 (31.3%) from 5.15pm.

Later on ITV, gameshow The Cube had 3.26m (14.2%) at 8.45pm and The Jonathan Ross Show took 2.98m (15%) an hour later.

Over on BBC One, ratings for The Voice UK at 8.30pm fell by 500k to 7.37m (31.8%) after four weeks of growth. It peaked at 8.2 million.

Earlier, new Doctor Who episode 'Nightmare in Silver' appealed to 4.74m (21.4%) viewers from 7pm, a slight drop from last week.

Poster for Doctor Who's 'Nightmare in Silver'

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Poster for Doctor Who's 'Nightmare in Silver'



BBC Two aired The Magic Tricks of JJ Abrams: A Culture Show Special at 7.30pm, picking up 610k (2.7%). Documentary The Star Trek Story followed with 580k (2.5%) at 8pm. However, both were beaten by a repeat of Dad's Army, which scored 1.6m (7.2%) at 7pm.

Channel 4 showed 2009 blockbuster Avatar from 7.45pm, bringing in 1.13m viewers (5.1%).

Elsewhere, Channel 5 aired its usual double bill of NCIS, scoring 733k (3.3%) and 825k (3.5%) respectively from 7.15pm. Law and Order: Special Victims Unit grabbed 827k (3.6%) and 747k (3.9%) for its own double bill from 9pm.

Britain's Got More Talent was the highest rated show on the multichannels, pulling in 888k (3.9%) on ITV2 at 8.45pm.

BARB ratings data supplied by Attentional

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