Media: A Grazer's Guide to TV - 30 October - 5 November

MURDER PREVENTION UNIT - Five/30 October/10.20pm. Hard-hitting police show with a twist - the unit featured attempts to stop murders before they happen. EASTENDERS - BBC1/1 November/8.00pm. More fun in Albert Square as Little Mo returns to give evidence at her rapist's trial. There is extra drama when Alfie throws Kat out for a drunken infidelity.

BRITAIN'S YOUNGEST MUMS AND DADS - ITV1/1 November/9.00pm. Billed as "eye-opening", this documentary attempts to discover why Britain has the highest teen-pregnancy rate in Europe.

THE BOY WITH A TUMOUR FOR A FACE - Five/1 November/9.00pm. Following an Indonesian boy who has the largest facial tumour recorded, the film charts a four-month period during which he has four complex operations to remove the growth.

LITTLE BRITAIN - BBC3/2 November/9.00pm. The new series continues with Majorie Dawes and Lou and Andy joined by guest stars including Jamie Theakston and Anthony Head.

MUSICALITY - Channel 4/3 November/9.00pm. Another musical reality show, but a million miles from The X Factor. This time, three professionals recruit for the hit musical Chicago.

SHOCK TREATMENT - Sky One/3 November/9.00pm. New reality show that confines volunteers to a mental hospital for two days. Rutger Hauer hosts.

THE SIMPSONS - Channel 4/5 November/9.00pm. Channel 4 launches its capture of The Simpsons on terrestrial TV with a night of episodes from series 12.

INTERACTIVE PICK - Sky One/until the end of November. Sky has built an interactive area to support the new Ewan McGregor series Long Way Round. Press the red button on Sky One at any time to access extra footage from his motorbike journey round the world.

- A Grazer's Guide in association with Sky Interactive.

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