Media: A Grazer's Guide to TV

THE OC - Channel 4/30 January/2.05pm. The US teen drama, which has proved to be good Sunday hangover material for those over 20, returns for a second series.

24 - Sky One/30 January/9pm. The real-time thriller returns for a fourth series. When a terrorist is spotted in Los Angeles, it's time for special agent Jack Bauer to return.

OUR SON MICHAEL JACKSON - Five/30 January/9pm. Michael Jackson documentary. On the eve of his trial, his parents tell us what a great bloke he really is.

BLOODLINES - ITV1/31 January/9pm. Another ITV cop thriller, this time featuring a policeman whose father is suspected of a killing.

BRAT CAMP 2 - Channel 4/1 February/9pm. First of a five-part series featuring a group of British tearaways sent to a US "wilderness camp" in Utah.

THE REAL DA VINCI CODE - Channel 4/3 February/9pm. Documentary on the fact and fiction surrounding Dan Brown's best-selling novel The Da Vinci Code. Presented by Tony Robinson.

THE TRUTH ABOUT ... GORDON RAMSAY - Five/3 February/10pm. Profile of the celebrity chef who has been in the US recently, trying to export the Hell's Kitchen concept.

THE FRIDAY NIGHT PROJECT - Channel 4/4 February/10pm. Comedy show featuring Jimmy Carr and team. Guests include Vinnie Jones and Abi Titmuss.

INTERACTIVE PICK - Sky's interactive Oscars coverage (Sky One and Sky Movies). Sky is celebrating its association with the Oscars with an interactive application that allows viewers to predict this year's winners. Correct entries will go into a prize draw to win a trip to 2006's red-carpet event. Also contains updates of Oscars news, as well as actor biographies and reviews of the nominated films.

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