Media: A Grazer's Guide to TV - 15 January - 21 January

STARS IN THEIR EYES - ITV1/15 January/7.10pm. The talent show returns for a 16th series, this time hosted by Cat Deeley. Get ready for more camped-up impressions of Meat Loaf, Madonna and Celine Dion.

MONK - Hallmark/15 January/8pm. Second series of the US crime drama, it stars Tony Shalhoub as a former policeman with formidable detective powers.

BODY WORK - Living TV/16 January/7.30pm. A reality series focusing on cosmetic surgery. This episode features a woman who has Botox injections and another who goes through a facelift.

COCAINE - Channel 4/16 January/8pm. For all those who ever wondered how Bolivian marching powder makes its way from South America, this three-part documentary focuses on its production and sale.

THE RIDDLE OF EINSTEIN'S BRAIN - Channel 4/17 January/8pm. Marking the 100th anniversary of Einstein's Theory of Relativity, Channel 4 looks at the controversial case of the removal of his brain after he died in 1955.

DESPERATE HOUSEWIVES - Channel 4/19 January/10pm. The US series, hyped as a fusion of Six Feet Under, Sex and the City and the Stepford Wives, reaches its third episode. The action revolves around a dinner party planned by Mary Alice.

FA CUP: THIRD-ROUND REPLAYS - BBC1/19 January/7.30pm. Housewives' favourite Gary Lineker hosts live coverage of Exeter's replay with Manchester United.

THE TRUTH ABOUT RICHARD AND JUDY - Five/19 January/10pm. A look at the real lives behind Richard and Judy's chat show.

INTERACTIVE PICK - Hyundai (Sky One, Sky Sports). Hyundai's campaign focuses on the no-nonsense price and extras available. The interactive area aims to be quirky and design-led and the competition features audio to tempt viewers to respond.

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