Gordon Ramsay signs off with 3.3m on Channel 4

LONDON - Channel 4's 'Gordon Ramsay's F Word' bowed out with 3.3m viewers last night, according to unofficial overnight figures.

The final episode of the 12-part series, in which Ramsay showed players at Rangers Football Club how to cook a poached chicken, captured a 15.5% share of the audience between 9pm-10pm. The ratings include Channel 4+1's time-shifted audience.

The primetime slot was won by BBC One's mystery drama series 'Bonekickers' with 4.2m viewers and a 19.7% share of the audience between 9pm-10pm.

However, the archaeology-themed drama had its lowest audience yet, down from 4.6m viewers for last week's instalment.

A repeat episode from the second series of Martin Clunes drama 'Doc Martin', brought ITV1 3.8m viewers and a 17.4% share between 9pm-10pm.

The third episode of BBC Two's 'Jimmy Doherty's Farming Heroes' earned 2.2m viewers and a 9.9% share in the same slot, while Channel Five's US import 'CSI: Crime Scene Investigation' was watched by 1.3m viewers giving it a 5.8% share.

The latest instalment of Channel 4's 'Big Brother' had 3.5m viewers and a 20.4% share between 10pm-11pm.

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