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'Strictly Come Dancing' ratings hit series high

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Strictly Come Dancing ratings hit a series high last night (November 2).

The BBC One dance competition continued its successful 11th series with 10m viewers and a 44% audience share, peaking at 11.1m.

Abbey and Aljaz - Rumba to 'Stay' by Shakespears Sister

© BBC Pictures

Abbey and Aljaz dance the Rumba



The X Factor was in second place again, with 7.65m (33.2%) tuning in from 8pm. A further 231,000 (1.1%) caught the singing competition on ITV +1.

Back on BBC One, Atlantis attracted 4.46m (19.2%) from 8.15pm, while Casualty followed with 4.18m (19.1%).

A Dad's Army repeat on BBC Two had 1.35m (5.8%) at 8.30pm, followed by Live from the National Theatre: 50 Years on Stage with 947,000 viewers (5%).

Fool Britannia had 2.11m (8.8%) from 6.30pm, followed by The Chase: Celebrity Special at 7pm with 3.5m (13.3%). The Jonathan Ross Show attracted 3.19m (17%) at 9.50pm.

Luke Friend on 'The X Factor' Disco Week

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Luke Friend on 'The X Factor' Disco Week



On Channel 4, the network premiere of The Eagle appealed to 1.41m viewers (7.1%), with the Grand Designs repeat that preceded it securing an audience of 830,000 (3.5%).

On Channel 5, 2002 movie Collateral Damage had 444,000 (2.3%) from 9pm, followed by Alien Hunter at 11.15pm with 419,000 (4.9%).

The Xtra Factor audience grew to 421,000 (2.2%), while a Family Guy marathon performed strongly for BBC Three, pulling in a peak of 691,000 (9.1%) at 12am.

BARB ratings data supplied by Attentional

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