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Jonathan Creek returns to 6.33 million on BBC One

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Jonathan Creek was Friday's (February 28) highest-rated TV show outside of soaps.

Starring Alan Davies and Sarah Alexander, the returning mystery series was viewed by an average of 6.33 million people (29.2%) at 9pm on BBC One.

Sarah Alexander and Alan Davies as Polly and Jonathan Creek

© BBC / John Rogers


BBC One kicked off the evening with 4.36 million (21.7%) for The One Show at 7pm, followed by 3.04m (14.2%) for A Question of Sport immediately after.

Elsewhere, Room 101 was seen by 3.61m (15.9%) at 8.30pm, while The Graham Norton Show, which featured guests such as Ant and Dec, Naomi Campbell and Aaron Paul, entertained 3.77m (28.4%) at 10.35pm.

For the second week running, Student Nurses: Bedpans and Bandages was ITV's highest-rated show outside of soaps, picking up an average of 2.75m (12.4%) at 8pm.

After the evening's second visit to Weatherfield at 8.30, the latest episode of Edge of Heaven was viewed by 1.75m (8.3%) from 9pm.

Over on BBC Two, Permission Impossible attracted 1.26m (6%) at 7pm, Mastermind secured an evening high of 2.17 (9.8%) viewers at 8pm, Coming Home was seen by 1.30 million (5.7%) at 8.30pm, and The Pity of War secured 990k (4.8%) at 9pm.

The Graham Norton Show, November 8 - Graham Norton

© PA Images / Ian West / PA Wire


8 out of 10 Cats Does Countdown was Channel 4's highest-rated show with 1.86m (8.6%) at 9pm. It was preceded by Grand Designs with 1.22m (5.4%) at 8pm, and followed by The Last Leg with 1.06m (6.3%) at 10pm.

On Channel 5, Ice Road Truckers was the evening's highest-rated show, narrowly beating Booze, Bust-Ups & Brothels: Soho Blues. The shows were viewed by 1.04 (4.7%) and 1 million (4.6%) respectively.

BBC Three movie Little Fockers was among the highest-rated multichannel programmes. The movie sequel was seen by 721k (3.5%) at 9pm.

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