ITV1's Poirot loses out to Crimewatch
Real life crime on BBC One beat 'Agatha Christie's Poirot' in the 9pm ratings battle last night, according to unofficial overnight figures.
Crimewatch: presenter Rav Wilding tops the ratings
‘Crimewatch Solved 2010’ drew an average audience of 4.03 million last night between 9pm and 10pm, a 17.9% share of the available audience.
The two hour episode of ‘Agatha Christie’s Poirot’ was watched by an average of 2.86 million people between 8pm and 10pm, a 12.9% share of the available audience.
BBC Two performed strongly in the 9pm to 10pm hour with a documentary about the snooker player Alex Higgins. An average of 2.72 million viewers watched ‘Alex Higgins: The People's Champion’, a 12.1% share of the available audience.
The second episode of the three part series ‘The Hunt for Britain’s Sex Traffickers’ was watched by an average of 1.76 million people on Channel 4, a 7.8% share of the available audience. A further 159,000 watched the show on Channel 4+1.
Five’s showing of US crime drama 'NCIS' was watched by an average of 1.55 million viewers, a 6.9% share of the TV watching audience.
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