A further 195k (1.1%) watched on timeshift as Sinitta and Crissy Rock found themselves with the lowest number of votes. ITV2 spinoff I'm a Celebrity... Get Me Out of Here! Now! was the most-watched multichannel programme of the night, snagging 797k (5.2%) from 10.30pm. Earlier on ITV1, Wild Britain with Ray Mears took 3.07m (13.3%).
On BBC One, Would I Lie To You, Have I Got News For You and Live At The Apollo earned respective audiences of 2.79m (11.9%), 4.23m (17.3%) and 2.68m (11.5%) from 8.30pm.
Autumnwatch Live invited 2.01m (8.4%) to learn about British wildlife at 8.30pm on BBC Two, and Autumnwatch Unsprung followed with 1.8m (7.7%). Stephen Fry's QI quizzed 2.18m (9.8%) at 10pm.
The hardy perennial that is Channel 4's Come Dine With Me rustled up 1.13m (4.9%) at 8pm, as well as an extra 176k (0.7%) on +1. In the week where Jimmy Carr was criticised for a Down's syndrome joke, two episodes of 8 Out of 10 Cats drew 750k (3.1%) and 880k (3.8%). The comedy panel show tickled a further 109k (0.5%) and 183k (1.1%) on timeshift. A Jimmy Carr special followed, drumming up 770k (4%) and 206k (1.9%) on +1.
Ice Road Truckers continued to bring in good numbers for Channel 5, and 1.1m (4.7%) watched this week's edition. A screening of Tears of The Sun averaged 903k (4.2%) from 9pm.
Overall, ITV1 took primetime with 30.1%, beating BBC One's 18.3%. BBC Two, Channel 4 and Channel 5 followed with 7.9%, 3.7% and 3.5% respectively.
BARB ratings data supplied by Attentional