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All the TV that's mad, bad, or just a little bit evil for Tuesday. Our Tiny Tanya Turner ratings show just how low each show goes – the more Tanyas a show scores, the more mental it is.
» END! Shoebox Zoo, BBC One, 5.00pm
We haven't actually managed to see any of this since we don't have a TV on our desk at work any more, but we're reliably assured that it's one of the best kids' programmes going right now. With that in mind we thought it only right to point out that today's episode is the last in the current series, but fret not, because Marnie and friends will be back with a second series next year.
» TEND! Kim And Aggie Clean Up America, Channel 4, 8.00pm
In an attempt to make the British public feel less like the slovenly heathens we undoubtedly are, the Queens of Clean pop across "the pond" to clean up Stateside, doing battle with cockroaches, dead vermin, and other unspeakable items of dirt and scumminess. It's all very laudable, but we bet that even Kim and Aggie would blanch at trying to clean the dancefloor in G-A-Y on a Sunday morning.
» EXTEND! The Real Little Britain, BBC Three, 11.30pm
The Beeb goes on the hunt for real-life Vicky Pollards, Emily Howards and Marjorie Daweses. We have no idea why anyone would want to be publicly identified as the nearest real-life equivalent of these terrifying grotesques, but then we probably underestimate just how much some people want to be on the telly.
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