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Davina McCall's 'Long Lost Family' drops nearly 500k on ITV

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Davina McCall's Long Lost Family dropped nearly 500,000 viewers for its second episode, according to overnight figures.

However, the ITV series was still the most-watched programme outside of soaps on Monday, with 4.76 million (20.8%) at 9pm, with a further 268k (1.5%) on +1. Earlier, The Dales was seen by 3.01m (13.6%) at 8pm (135k/0.6% on +1).

Long Lost Family: Nicky Cambell and Davina McCall

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On BBC One, Panorama interested 2.24m (9.9%) at 8.30pm, followed by a repeat of New Tricks with 2.86m (12.5%) at 9pm.

BBC Two's Today At Wimbledon scored 1.95m (8.7%) at 8pm, while Rick Stein's India cooked up 2.31m (10.1%) at 9pm.

Channel 4 documentary The Man with the 10-stone Testicles grabbed 3.05m (13.3%) at 9pm (818k/4.6%). Daisy Donovan's The Greatest Shows on Earth brought in 603k (3.5%) at 10pm (146k/1.7%).

On Channel 5, The Gadget Show entertained 770k (3.4%) at 8pm. Traveller Feuds secured 955k (4.2%) at 9pm, followed by Big Brother with 1.22m (6.9%) at 10pm.

BBC Three's new documentary series Don't Call Me Crazy opened with 590k (2.6%) at 9pm. A Russell Howard's Good News repeat was seen by 636k (3.2%) at 10pm. BBC Four's Only Connect quizzed 832k (3.7%) at 8.30pm.

The series 5 finale of Made in Chelsea entertained 397k (2.2%) at 10pm (118k/1.3%) on E4.

BARB ratings data supplied by Attentional

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