The schlock you won't want to miss today
» Dawson's Creek 9pm, E4 ... Joey stays up all night writing Dawson an emotional e-mail but accidentally sends it to the entire campus. Stupid cow.
» Cabin Fever Live 9.30pm, RTE1 ... Unbelievably, this Big Brother-style show, which sets a gang of shipmates loose on the Irish sea, is now in full sail again. Hopefully the second boat will not sink quite as spectacularly as the first did.
» Beaver Espana 11.30pm, Men & Motors ... We're keen to ward off any criticism that this website is becoming just a bit too gay, so it's our pleasure to suggest this, in which Danni Hunt and her hand-picked team of top totty scour the beaches of Magaluf in search of the perfect man to bestow their prestigious Beaver Award upon.
» Buddy's Song 1.10am, BBC1 ... He was the one and only. Nobody he'd rather be. He was the one and only. Can't take that away from ... erm ... he. We're talking, of course, about cheeky Chesney Hawkes, the man with the most famous mole in pop (before the appearance of that young upstart Enrique). And this was his moment of glory, such as it was.
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According to Marxist theory, cultural forms such as opera, classical music and the literary works of Shakespeare all fall under the heading of high culture. Low culture refers to a wide variety of cultural themes that are characterised by their consumption by the masses.
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