Samantha Cameron’s Victory Whips Up 4.6m Audience for ‘The Great Sport Relief Bake Off’ | TV News
The first round of The Great Sport Relief Bake Off cooked up healthy ratings for the BBC, as well as alot of entertainment fun pulling in 4.6 million to watch Samantha Cameron win the opening salvo of the competition.
Cooking against comedian Jason Manford, goalkeeper David James, and EastEnders actor Maddy Hill, the show garnered 20.3% of the audience share for the half past eight slot, but it was beaten by ITV’s Midsomer Murders, which garnered a higher 23.3% share between the timeslots of 8pm and 10pm with an audience of 5.1 million – critics pointing to a new lease of life to the show in the newest series.
The series has three more episodes to air over the coming weeks.
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