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YAY! Thank God, that another commercially hyped marketer’s dream is over. Yes that’s right, I’m not a fan of Valentines Day, Bah Humbug!

Now lets get down to some Good TV.

MasterChef

Masterchef

It’s Back!!! For all you foodies out there MasterChef, has returned to our screens for another series of twenty hopeful’s battling it out to be crowned Master Chef 2011.There is a saying that comes to mind though, If it ain’t broke don’t fix it!

Not sure if I am bowled over with the new X factor stylie format going on but at least the host’s continue to keep it real.

I’ve got to admit the lady at the beginning with the whistle brings to mind John Anderson; the Gladiators referee from back in the day… “Contestants on my first whistle”

MasterChef is on BBC1 Wednesdays @ 21:00 & Thursdays @ 19:00

Beauty and The Beast: the Ugly Face of Prejudice

Beauty and the Beast

As soon as I heard the title of this revealing series from Channel 4, I was quite interested to see what it was all about. Looks are everything. Right?

I mean the first time we meet someone, before even speaking to them, we’ve made a judgment based on how they look, and their facial expression and what they are wearing. Physical appearance matter’s; it’s all very well singing from the roof tops that beauty is skin deep but is it really, in this self obsessed world?

Well and truly appearance shouldn’t matter.

More than half a million people in Britain live with a facial disfigurement and fail to be represented fairly in the public eye. One uplifting point about the programme is that no matter the prejudice and shallow comments, the real beauties of this story continue to get on with their lives despite what society thinks.

Missed it? Click on the link below.

www.channel4.com/programmes/beauty-the-beast-ugly-face-of-prejudice/4od

Too Fast to Be a Woman? The Story of Caster Semenya

Too fast to be a women

It’s 2009 and South African athlete Caster Semenya triumphs at the World Championship, but her golden moment is short lived when her gender is thrown in to question. Things take a turn for the worse when the International Association of Athletics federations let the press know that the sports woman is to take a gender test. This documentary follows Caster through her highs and lows.

Catch it on iplayer.

www.bbc.co.uk/iplayer/

Who Do You Think You Are?

Who do you think you area

Look out for Spike Lees’ addition to Who Do you think you are? The fascinating programme that traces celebrity’s family trees. The critically acclaimed director, producer and actor of such greats as

“DO THE RIGHT THING” start his journey in Atlanta to find his roots.

Watch it on 22nd Feb 22:35 on BBC One.

Or watch it on iplayer.

http://www.bbc.co.uk/iplayer/

Lets Dance for Comic Relief

Comic Relief

OK yes it’s all in the name of charity, so it’s cool but I’ve got to give props to 2009 winner Robert Webb,

His flash dance rendition was on point!

The guy had me laughing for days.

Click here to see YouTube clip if you missed it.

This year comedian Russell Kane stole the show with his bootilicious version of Crazy in Love.

I’m sure Beyonce would be very impressed.

I can’t wait to see what comedian Andi Osho has up her sleeves.

Tune in on Saturday’s 19:00 on BBC One.

www.bbc.co.uk/programmes/b00z1qkf

Heston’s Mission Impossible

Heston

One of my fave Chef’s is back with a new series that explores institutions that need more than a little help in the kitchen department. Heston’s gastronomic cooking helps turn things around for Alder Hey’s Children’s Hospital in Liverpool.

Watch it on Tuesday’s 
9:00pm – 
Channel 4

Or 4OD.

www.channel4.com/programmes/4od

Words By Evelyn Otokito

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