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The Voice UK continues to top Saturday night ratings for BBC One

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The Voice UK continued its ratings success for BBC One last night (January 25), once again topping Saturday's primetime ratings during its 7pm slot.

According to overnight data, an average audience of 7.89 million (35.2%) tuned in to watch this weekend's show, which saw performances from Adele's cousin Georgia, and Vicky Jones - the sister of McFly's Danny Jones.

Georgia auditions for The Voice

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Georgia auditions for The Voice

Vicky Jones auditions for The Voice

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Vicky Jones sings for the judges


Over on ITV, Tom Daley's Splash! attracted 3.54m (16.25) at 6.45pm, as Richard Whitehead and Austin Healey made it through to the semi-finals of the diving competition.

Back on BBC One, 5.03m (23.6%) played along with National Lottery: Who Dares Wins at 8.15pm, while 4.65m (21.6%) tuned in to watch Casualty at 9.10pm.

A repeat of the first ever episode of Mrs Brown's Boys amused 4.72m (23.5%) at 10pm.

BBC Two's biggest primetime ratings came from an episode of Dad's Army, which pulled in 2.02m (9.19%) at 8pm. Morecambe & Wise in Pieces: At Home entertained 1.79m (8.34%) at 8.30pm, while 1.39m (6.61%) tuned in to QI XL at 9.30pm.

Pollyanna Woodward, Austin Healey and Jenny Eclair stand poolside waiting for Heat 4 results

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Pollyanna Woodward, Austin Healey and Jenny Eclair on Splash!


Back on ITV, Take Me Out was viewed by 3.73m (17.39%) at 8.15pm, while The Jonathan Ross Show attracted 2.26m (10.93%) at 9.30pm.

Approximately 211k (1.4%) watched the presenter chat to guests including Sam Bailey, Robert Lindsay and Rufus Hound an hour later on ITV+1.

US drama Hostages was Channel 4's highest-rated show, pulling in 750,000 viewers (3.49%) at 9pm. Earlier in the evening, Speed with Guy Martin brought in 540k (2.44%) at 7pm, while Bigfoot Files fascinated 570k (2.63%) at 8pm.

Housemates during the selfie task.

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Housemates during the selfie task.


Celebrity Big Brother continued on Channel 5, with 1.75m (8.42%) tuning in to see housemates take part in the selfies task at 9.30pm. A triple-bill of NCIS did well for the channel earlier in the evening, with 878k (4.69%) watching the night's third episode at 8.30pm.

ITV3's Midsomer Murders topped the multichannel ratings. Roughly 1.05m (5.28%) watched the detective drama at 9pm.

A double-bill of The Bridge attracted 973k (4.52%) and 831k (4.49%) viewers to BBC Four at 9pm and 10pm respectively.

BARB ratings data supplied by Attentional

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