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Girl talk

Grainne Seoige's Modern Life

RTE2, 9.30pm New series. The TV presenter examines issues of importance to women (men, of course, not having any issues of importance), starting with a look at the increase in cases of anorexia nervosa and bulimia.

Seoige (left) visits fashion shoots, where the average model, is at least 25pc below optimum weight, and talks to celebrities, including Big Brother's Chantelle, whose health has been compromised by a fixation with body image.



Eviction time

I'm a Celebrity . . . Get Me Out of Here!

TV3, 8.30pm Things that make your flesh crawl, lots of hot air and having to endure long bouts of boredom . . . but enough about the celebs, Ant and Dec announce the results of the first eviction as one of the well-known faces is removed from the Australian jungle.

Get set for more inedible food and a whole new meaning to 'grub's up' as another star heaves their lunch into the foliage.



fuss-free food

Rachel Allen's Easy Meals

RTE1, 8.30pm New series. The TV chef and food writer provides practical tips to create tasty, fuss-free recipes that prove home-cooking can be a healthy and affordable alternative to takeaways and sugary snacks. Allen kicks off with an oriental feast that includes a quick red curry.



the big house

The Manor Reborn

BBC1, 9pm Paul Martin and Penelope Keith present as a team of historians, experts, and volunteers set out to renovate 500-year-old Avebury Manor in Wiltshire. The project explores the crafts of the past 500 years and should make for good viewing.


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