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Big Brother, 'Hotel Inspector' continue to boost Channel 5 ratings

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Channel 5 continued to have success in the primetime ratings on Thursday night, beating Channel 4 with its combo of Big Brother and The Hotel Inspector.

Big Brother hauled in an audience of 1.44 million (8.25%) at 10pm, while The Hotel Inspector entertained 1.48 million (7.26%) at 9pm.

Emma Willis in front of the Big Brother 14 eye

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Emma Willis in front of the Big Brother 14 eye



Channel 5 had an average audience share of 5.62% in primetime. Meanwhile, Channel 4 could only muster 4.19%.

First Dates only brought in 893k (4.37%) at 9pm, while Catching A Killer: Crocodile Tears fared slightly better at 10pm with 1.09 million (6.36%).

On BBC One, Britain's Favourite Supermarket Foods brought in 3.02 million (15.77%) at 8pm, while Crimewatch brought in 3.24 million (15.82%) at 9pm on BBC One.

Dara O'Briain's Science Club intrigued 1.32 million (6.90%) at 8pm on BBC Two and ITV's The Briefs attracted 2.65 million (8.76%) at 9pm.

The return of PhoneShop on E4 tickled 308k (1.59%) at 10pm and the latest episode of Scandal on More4 captured 156k (0.77%).

BARB ratings data supplied by Attentional

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