An audience of 550,000 viewers tuned in to the second Eurovision 2018 semi-final last night.
The average on BBC Four was up 50,000 on Tuesday's first semi-final show, as the remaining contestants for the grand final were selected.
As well as being up on Tuesday, the number who watched yesterday evening is also up on last year's show, which had 350,000 viewers. The Eurovision 2018 Song Contest will air at 8PM on Saturday night on BBC One.
On the main two channels last night, the soaps dominated with Emmerdale the most watched show of the night with 5.5 million viewers and 5.2 million for its two episodes. EastEnders' latest showing averaged 5 million.
At 9PM, Who Wants to be a Millionaire was back with 4.3 million viewers, its highest rating since last Saturday night's launch.
Jeremy Clarkson is the unlikely new host of a special week of brand new episodes, which conclude at 9PM this evening on ITV.
On BBC One, Britain's Best Home Cook with Mary Berry continued with 2.4 million viewers, down 500,000 on last week's debut. After, 3.2 million tuned in for Ambulance in the 9PM hour.
Over on Channel 5, a million watched new episodes of Can't Pay? We'll Take It Away and Bad Tenants, Rogue Landlords.
Elsewhere, The Big Bang Theory averaged 1 million viewers for E4 while Young Sheldon spin-off had 900,000.
Finally, on ITV2, 700,000 caught the latest episode of Celebrity Juice.