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Tuesday's Low Points

The schlock you won't want to miss today
» To Buy Or Not To Buy 11.30am, BBC1 ... Another homes programme from the BBC's seemingly endless supply. This one is a cut above the others, though, because it has Kristian Digby as a presenter. Our three heterosexual male readers should possibly think about watching something else, though.
» TOTP2 6.20pm, BBC2 ... Especially For You, Denise and Johnny-style. And Dollar give us a dose of Who Were You With In The Moonlight?
» The Dinner Party Inspectors 8.30pm, Channel 4 ... Continuing television's current obsession with sending snooty women round to people's houses to criticise everything, tonight we meet Victoria Mather and Meredith Etherington, who will be pretending to be scandalised at people talking with their mouths open.
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