Munich air crash drama captivates 3.2m

A lavish new BBC drama about the aftermath of Manchester United's tragic Munich air disaster was seen by 3.2m on Sunday evening, the latest audience data has revealed.
United, starring Jack O'Connell, David Tennant and Dougray Scott, averaged 2.89m (12.8%) for BBC Two between 9pm and 10.30pm, while 346k (1.5%) tuned in on the BBC HD channel.
Channel 4's The Hotel, a new docusoap from the makers of One Born Every Minute, continued with 1.39m (6.1%) in the 8pm hour, down 650k on the previous week's debut episode.
A further 219k (1.9%) watched the show on +1.On BBC One, Britain's Royal Weddings, a two-part mini-series presented by Sophie Raworth, concluded with 3.45m (14.6%) in the 9pm hour. It was preceded on the channel by Antiques Roadshow, which had 4.74m (20.7%).
However, detective drama Lewis once more owned primetime, pulling in 5.66m (24.2%) on ITV1 between 8pm and 10pm, along with 240k (1.1%) on ITV1+1. Countryfile grabbed 4.78m (25.1%) on BBC One in the 7pm hour, while The Cube boxed in 3.09m (18.8%) on ITV1 and 137k (0.6%) on timeshift.
BARB ratings data supplied by Attentional
Source: Digital Spy