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: Eaten Alive

New. Grub Smith meets British travellers who embarked on the trip of a lifetime and returned with parasites.

DIGITAL/CABLE HIGHLIGHTS Eaten Alive 7.05pm BBC3

Bilharzia is fork-tailed, water-dwelling parasite that likes to slip into your system via your skin, then munch through a vein and eventually make its way to your liver where it lays its eggs. If left untreated it can lead to bladder cancer and choking to death on your own blood, explains the annoyingly chirpy presenter, Grub Smith, who speaks to British sufferers and travels to Malawi to find out more about the origins of the parasite. It's sad and at the same time extremely gross - unmissable. (Ruth Margolis)

: Top Gear

6/6. Building custom stretched limousines.

: Comic Relief Does Fame Academy

New. Girls Aloud and the Sugababes offer their opinions on the star-studded talent show.

: Little Britain

5/6; series two.
Emily and Florence play a ladylike game of tennis.

: Comic Relief Does Fame Academy

New. The latest star contest to be expelled performs in the "Triangle of Terror".

: Two Pints of Lager and a Packet of Crisps

3/14; series five.
Janet announces she is pregnant, to Jonny's delight.
11.50 4/14. Jonny decides to prove his responsibility to Janet.

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