7.00pm Life BBC4 – Another Chance to see the beautiful wildlife series from last year.
10.55pm Superbowl Live BBC1 – Jake Humphrey presents live coverage of Super Bowl XLVI from Dolphin Stadium, Miami.
9.00pm Generation Jihad BBC2 – Series in which Peter Taylor investigates the terrorist threat from young Muslim extremists radicalised on the internet – the so-called Generation Jihad
7.30pm Chinese Food in Minutes Five – Chinese cookery show with chef Ching-He Huang.
8.00pm Jo Frost’s Extreme Parental Guidance Channel 4 – “Supernanny” Jo Frost looks into violent computer games and what effect they have on a game player’s behaviour. Working with Professor Doug Gentile, who has done research into the effects of violent media on children, Jo splits forty 12-year-old boys into two groups, one playing a football game, and the others playing a violent game.
9.00pm One Born Every Minute Channel 4 – 8-part documentary series filmed at a busy maternity hospital with 40 cameras. In this first episode, 37-year-old Tracy is in labour with her fourth child. Accompanied by her husband Steve – who is in a jovial mood – and her eldest son Liam, who’s 18, Tracy is calm and upbeat about her labour until the heart rate of her baby slows and the midwife needs to deliver her baby quickly.
9.00pm Last Woman Standing BBC3 – Series in which five athletic adventurers from the West compete for glory against tribal champions in remote corners of the globe, with the aim of being crowned the last woman standing. The Kamaiura tribe of Brazil learn to wrestle as soon as they can walk and their women are fierce fighters.
10.35pm Being Mum: I Hate Mum BBC1 – Documentary which looks into the lives of two boys who are at war with their mothers, and follows their progress as they visit a specialist unit dedicated to helping families.
8.00pm Rogue Traders BBC1
9.00pm Cars, Cops & Criminals BBC1 -Police squads go after violent criminals who are targeting vulnerable lorry drivers and their valuable loads, while investigators identify stolen caravans which have been sold to unsuspecting people who love life on the open road.
9.00pm Syrian School BBC4 – Series following a year in the life of four schools in Damascus, a high pressure crossroads in the Middle East.
9.00pm Cutting Edge: Leaving Home at 8 Channel 4 – Cutting Edge follows four eight-year-old girls as they adjust to a new life away from their parents and their home. Each of their parents has decided that their child will be better off boarding in a private school.
9.00pm Dancing on Wheels BBC3 – Strictly Come Dancing’s Brian Fortuna trains six wheelchair users and their celebrity partners in the art of wheelchair ballroom dancing.
9.00pm What Katie Did Next ITV2 – Second series following Katie Price as she continues to pursue her career combining her business and modelling with her role as a mother.
9.00pm Ramsay’s Kitchen Nightmares USA Channel 4 – Gordon heads back to the States to rescue more eateries on the brink of collapse. He visits the Hot Potato Café in Fishtown, Philadelphia. With no profit made in its two years of trading and an influential restaurant reviewer dubbing them ‘Spuddy Hell’, Gordon soon realises Hot Potato may have had its chips.
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