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'Strictly Come Dancing' ratings increase, 'The X Factor' drops

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Strictly Come Dancing saw an increase in viewers on Saturday (November 16), while ratings for ITV's The X Factor were down on last week.

The BBC One celebrity dance show, which had its Blackpool special last night, brought in 10.44 million viewers - a 44% share of the audience - when it aired at 6.30pm. This was an increase of 0.1 million from last week's show (November 9).

Susanna and Kevin dance their way to their first '10'.

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Susanna and Kevin on Strictly Come Dancing



However, ITV's talent contest dipped to 8.16 million (34.9%) at 8pm, losing 0.06 million viewers from last Saturday.

On ITV +1, The X Factor entertained a further 324k (1.5%), and on ITV2, The Xtra Factor captured 500k (2.5%) viewers.

Meanwhile, Children in Need: The Best Bits highlights show brought in 4.11 million (22.2%), and Atlantis again saw viewers drop to 4.24 million (18%) on BBC One.

Terry Wogan and Zoe Ball on Children in Need 2013

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Terry Wogan and Zoe Ball on Children in Need

Sam Bailey

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Sam Bailey on The X Factor



On BBC Two, 1.26 million (5.5% share) rugby fans tuned in to watch England take on France in the Live Rugby League World Cup.

Also at 8pm, a repeat of Channel 4's Grand Designs took 0.89 million (3.8%), while at the same time on Channel Five, JFK's Secret Killer: The Evidence had a 5.1% share of the audience with 1.19 million viewers

Channel 4's showing of the Black Swan network premiere drew in 0.92 million (4.7%), and The Jonathan Ross Show on ITV - starring One Direction, Oprah Winfrey, Forest Whitaker and Sarah Millican - entertained 4.1 million (21.2%).

BARB ratings data supplied by Attentional

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