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'The X Factor' continues with 8.65m on ITV

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The X Factor continued with 8.65m (40%) on ITV on Saturday (September 14), overnight data reveals.

The third auditions show, which aired from 8pm, was up 710k on last week's instalment. It peaked at 8.85m at 8.45pm, while a further 407,000 (2%) caught the programme on ITV+1.

Kingsland performing on The X Factor 2013.

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Kingsland



Earlier, Stepping Out earned 3.12m (17.5%) at 6.30pm, up 970k from last week's clash with Strictly Come Dancing (148k/1.7%). Through the Keyhole took 4.23m (20.4%) at 9pm (307k/1.8%) and movie I Am Legend was watched by 960k (7%) from 10.15pm (113k/1.5%).

On BBC One, I Love My Country appealed to 3.23m (17.4%). The National Lottery: Break the Safe then scored 3.12m (14.6%) at 8pm and Michael McIntyre's Comedy Roadshow pulled in 2.68m (13.6%) at 9.45pm. Match of the Day had 3.65m (27.6%) at 10.30pm.

Over on BBC Two, Dad's Army took 1.45m (8%) at 7pm and Count Arthur Strong interested 680k (3.7%) half an hour later.

Thatcher: The Downing Street Years was seen by 610k (2.8%) at 8pm, while Mock The Week earned 700k viewers (3.3%) from 9.15pm and The Many Faces of... Ronnie Barker had 1.28m (6.8%) at 9.40pm. At 10.45pm, Porridge amused 1.01m (6.6%).

Ronnie Barker

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Ronnie Barker

Aaron Eckhart in 'Battle: Los Angeles'

Aaron Eckhart in 'Battle: Los Angeles'



On Channel 4, Double Your House For Half The Money and Grand Designs had 770k (4.2%) and 1m (4.6%) respectively from 7pm (145k/0.7% and 136k/0.7%). Movie Battle: Los Angeles was watched by 1.39m (7.4%) at 9pm (261k/1.9%).

Channel 5 aired cricket from 7pm, with 563k (3.1%) tuning in (23k/0.1%). Live Boxing followed at 8pm, attracting 825k (3.9%) (33k/0.2%). Western film Unforgiven pulled in 373k (3.2%) from 10.15pm (51k/1.8%).

Ford Saturday Night Football Live was the highest rated broadcast on the multichannels, picking up 1.05m (6.6%) on Sky Sports 1 from 5pm. Midsomer Murders followed with 990k (5.2%) on ITV3 at 9pm.

BARB ratings data supplied by Attentional

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