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Strictly Come Dancing quarter-final peaks at 11.3 million on BBC One

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Strictly Come Dancing hit a peak audience of 11.3 million last night (December 7) during the quarter-finals of the BBC One dancing competition.

An average audience of 10.3m (44.7%) tuned in at 7.10pm to see the remaining six couples take to the dancefloor in a bid to win a place in the semi-final.

Aljaz Skorjanec and Abbey Clancy

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Aljaz Skorjanec and Abbey Clancy on Strictly Come Dancing


Over on ITV, The X Factor was up 640,000 from last week, with 8.29m (35.5%) watching Luke Friend, Sam Bailey, Rough Copy and Nicholas McDonald sing in the semi-final at 8.15pm.

Back to BBC One, Atlantis pulled in 4.07m (17.5%) at 8.15pm as the drama moves closer to the end of its first series, while Casualty attracted 3.37m (14.7%) at 9pm.

A quiet Saturday night on BBC Two saw the semi-final of the UK Snooker Championship bring in 890k (3.8%) at 7pm, followed by a repeat of Never Mind The Buzzcocks with panellists including Rita Ora and Labrinth, which attracted 520k (2.3%) at 9.30pm.

Back on ITV, I'm a Celebrity... Get Me Out of Here! pulled in the channel's highest ratings of the night, with 8.36m (38.7%) tuning in to see Lucy Pargeter finish in third place at 9.45pm.

The Jonathan Ross Show, featuring interviews with Tom Daley, Jack Dee and Olivia Coleman, was watched by 2.45m (17.4%) when it aired at 10.45pm.

Tom Daley on the Jonathan Ross Show, TX December 7 2013

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Tom Daley on The Jonathan Ross Show


On Channel 4, 680k (2.9%) tuned in for documentary Stephen Hawking: A Brief History of Mine at 7.15pm, while a showing of Liam Neeson thriller Unknown attracted 940k (4.4%) at 9pm.

Channel 5's new drama The Bible continued with an audience of 849k (3.8%) at 9pm.

On ITV2, I'm a Celebrity... Get Me Out of Here Now! was seen by 724k (4.9%) at 10.45pm, while a showing of Johnny English earlier at 7.50pm brought in 407k (1.7%) for the channel.

ITV3's Foyle's War pulled in the highest multichannel ratings of the night, with 865k (3.7%) tuning in to the detective drama at 8pm.

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