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Great Train Robbery concludes with 5 million on BBC One

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BBC One's Great Train Robbery conclusion topped the ratings on Thursday night.

The second part dipped by around 300,000 viewers from its first instalment to 5 million (23.1%) at 8pm. A Mrs Brown's Boys repeat tickled 4.23m (20.1%) at 9.30pm.

The Great Train Robbery: Jim Broadbent as DCS Butler

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Jim Broadbent in The Great Train Robbery


On BBC Two, the Hairy Bikers' Christmas Party cooked up 1.56m (7.7%) at 7pm, followed by Alex Polizzi's Christmas Fix with 1.78m (8.3%) at 8pm. Alexander Armstrong and Giles Coren's 12 Drinks of Christmas entertained 1.45m (6.8%) at 9pm.

ITV's You've Been Framed amused 2.95m (13.9%) at 8.30pm (130k/0.6% on +1). A celebrity edition of Who Wants to Be a Millionaire? quizzed 2.78m (13.3%) at 9pm (227k/1.4%).

On Channel 4, George Clarke's Amazing Spaces interested 1.21m (5.7%) at 8pm (210k/1.0%). A return to Educating Yorkshire brought in 2.02m (9.5%) at 9pm (343k/2.1%). What Happens in Kavos gathered 909k (4.9%) at 10pm (207k/2.3%).

Channel 5's Caught on Camera appealed to 864k (4.1%) at 9pm, followed by Person of Interest with 835k (4.9%) at 10pm.

On BBC Three, Christmas on Benefits intrigued 568k (2.7%) at 9pm, while Family Guy was seen by 838k (7.7%) at 11pm.

BARB ratings data supplied by Attentional

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