Who would have thought Harry Hill had a serious side? The TV funnyman is giving Third World farmers something to smile about by launching a range of Fairtrade peanuts with his face pictured in cartoon form on the packets.
Tonight, there are more highjinks and what-have-you as he trawls over the lighter TV moments from the past week.
THE TIME IS NOW
The internet offers a vast amount of information and is free for anybody to use . . . or is it? Presenter Aleks Krotoski looks at sneaky ways big companies make users pay for so-called 'free' websites.
Also, internet boffins, such as Amazon's Jeff Bezos, Eric Schmidt of Google and YouTube's Chad Hurley, explain how all it takes is one click to make mega-money online.
Channel 4, 9pm
Break-ups are never easy, but when the girlfriend is armed with superhuman powers, parting ways proves that bit more difficult. Once architect Matt Saunders calls time on his relationship with Jenny Johnson, she uses her unique abilities to make his life a complete misery.
Comedy fantasy starring Uma Thurman and Luke Wilson.
Match of the day from this fifth-round series is the clash between Manchester City and Stoke City. The Potters, having knocked Arsenal out of the Cup, now have a tough nut to crack.
Meanwhile, Chelsea are at home to Cardiff, plus there's a south-coast derby between Southampton and Portsmouth.