Media: A Grazer's Guide to TV

CSI:NY - Five/5 February/9.05pm. A new series of the sister show to CSI, featuring Gary Sinise pursuing a serial killer across New York.

THE STEPFATHER - ITV1/6 February/9pm. Two-part thriller starring Philip Glenister as a cab driver who is under suspicion after the child of his partner goes missing.

NIP/TUCK - Sky One/6 February/10pm. The second series of the cosmetic surgery drama starts with Sean's mother-in-law wanting a face-lift.

GOING TO WORK NAKED - ITV1/7 February/11pm. Griff Rhys Jones narrates a light-hearted look at the lives of naturists. Featuring Ian and Barbara, who like to trim their bushes while naked.

BIG DIPPERS - ITV1/8 February/9pm. Comedy caper featuring ITV favourite James Nesbitt, who is left holding £2 million in ransom money when a scam backfires.

THE BRIT AWARDS - ITV1/10 February/8pm. Chris Evans presents the 25th annual pop ceremony, with performances from the likes of Scissor Sisters, Jamelia and Keane.

BLOOD ON OUR HANDS - Channel 4/10 February/9pm. The first of three films focusing on the English Civil War, one of the bloodiest periods in English history.

NATHAN BARLEY - Channel 4/11 February/10pm. A new sitcom series from Chris Morris, the Brass Eye creator, that parodies the lifestyles of young London media types.

INTERACTIVE PICK - Sky channels, ITV1, ITV2 and IDS channels. A new interactive campaign breaks this week for Chrysler, a regular interactive advertiser. This campaign uses a two-video-scene mini-DAL to show the revolutionary design of this award-winning car. Look out for the red button trigger on ads on Sky, ITV1, ITV2 and IDS.

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