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Britain's Got Talent final grabs 10.3 million on ITV

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Britain's Got Talent earned more than 10 million viewers for this year's grand finale on ITV last night (June 7), according to overnight figures.

The last in the current series, which saw Collabro crowned winners, grabbed 10.32m (49%) live to top primetime, with 482k (2.2%) tuning in on +1.

Collabro are crowned winners of Britain's Got Talent final

© Tom Dymond/Thames/REX


England's World Cup friendly against Honduras, interrupted midway through the first half by an electrical storm, averaged 5.18m (35.6%) afterwards.

The latest Casualty treated 3.55m (16.4%) from 9.20pm on BBC One. Earlier in the evening, Pointless Celebrities and The National Lottery: In It to Win It entertained 2.74m (13.1%) and 2.69m (12.1%) respectively.

Elsewhere, BBC Two aired repeats of Yes, Prime Minister (740k/3.5%), I Love 1980 (1.08m/4.9%), French and Saunders (1.01m/5%) and Victoria Wood as Seen on TV (921k/5.3%).

On Channel 4, Restoration Man was watched by 464k (2.4%) from 7pm. It was followed by Grand Designs (464k/2.1%) and the 2009 film My Sister's Keeper (595k/2.9%) starring Cameron Diaz and Abigail Breslin.

Wallander - s03e04

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Wallander


Channel 5's two NCIS episodes earned 469k (2.2%) and 607k (2.7%).

Afterwards, Big Brother earned 845k (4.1%) between 9.30pm and 10.30pm (+1: 107k/0.7%). Bit on the Side appealed to 392k (2.5%) from 10.30pm.

On the multichannels, an episode of Wallander was seen by 725k (3.4%) on BBC Four from 9pm. ITV2's Britain's Got More Talent took 523k (2.5%) from 9.30pm.

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