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'Sarah Jane Adventures' ends run with 790k

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'Sarah Jane Adventures' ends run with 790k
The third series finale of The Sarah Jane Adventure drew around 790k on Friday afternoon, according to the latest figures.

The episode, titled 'The Gift: Part Two', averaged 788k (6.4%) at 4.35pm, while the first part, which aired on Thursday afternoon at the same time, drew 822k (6.5%).

Meanwhile, the first part of BBC One's Children In Need telethon was seen by an average of 9.79m (39.5%) between 7pm and 10pm, before 4.22m (44.9%) returned for the final instalment from 10.45pm.

Over on ITV1, the latest edition of I'm A Celebrity… Get Me Out Of Here! pulled in 7.03m (27.1%), the jungle reality show's lowest numbers of the series.

BBC Two's Mastermind attracted 1.87m (7.7%) in the half hour from 8pm, before Autumnwatch 2009 delivered 1.92m (7.4%). Beautiful People then put in 568k (2.2%).

Channel 4's repeat of The Queen in 3D managed 375k (1.5%), while another instalment an hour later had 274k (1.1%). Then, Friday The 13th Part III took 446k (2.5%).

Five's Axe Men logged 622k (2.5%) from 8pm, before NCIS drew 989k (3.8%) and Law & Order: SVU managed 878k (4.1%). A rerun of Monday's FlashForward had 360k (2.6%).

Overall, BBC One dominated primetime with an average share of 39.3% to ITV1's 22.7%. BBC Two was third with 6.2%, followed by Five with 2.8% and Channel 4's 2.1% (+1: 0.2%).

I'm A Celebrity... Get Me Out Of Here Now! was the most-watched multichannel programme of the day, with 731k (3.7%) from 10pm to 11pm.

BARB ratings data supplied by Attentional

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