EastEnders one of most-watched shows
EastEnders has come second in a chart of the most-watched shows of the noughties.
The naughty antics of Del Boy and plonker Rodney made Only Fools and Horses the most-watched TV show of the noughties.
A festive special of the BBC1 sitcom was seen by 21.3 million people on Christmas Day in 2001.
The Beeb also scooped second place in the most-watched list with EastEnders - 20 million soap fans tuned in to see Lisa revealed as the person who shot Phil Mitchell.
Rival ITV1 soap Corrie made it to third place with the show in which evil Richard Hillman revealed his murderous side to Gail.
The Britain’s Got Talent final featuring Susan Boyle came fourth. And the only documentary to make the list was a Tonight Special on the "coughing major" scandal in Who Wants to be a Millionaire.
Also in the Top 10 are Wallace and Gromit: A Matter of Loaf and Death, this year’s X Factor final, a 2000 episode of Heartbeat, and 2004’s I’m a Celebrity.
Mamma Mia! is the decade’s favourite film, making £69.7million in Britain alone. The Top 20 of the noughties’ best-loved movies features all six Harry Potters, the Lord of the Rings trilogy, two Bonds and a Bridget Jones.