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Fashion forward

Off the Rails

RTE1, 8pm Brendan Courtney helps Therese Moran from Waterford find the perfect look for her daughter's wedding, while Pixie Lott (below) tells Sonya Lennon about her style tips (that should be a short interview), her fashion line with Lipsy and her new album. Plus, an overview of the androgynous trend in women's fashion.



double trouble

Supernanny -- The Worst Kids Ever

TV3, 7.30pm New series. Jo Frost is challenged to stop twins from giving their mother the runaround, wean them off shop-bought baby food and change their nappy-wearing habits.

Cattle prod, anyone . .?



cute critters

Super Tiny Animals

UTV, 7.30pm Documentary exploring the growing demand for miniature pets, including diminutive dogs, cats with unusually short legs, and micro pigs (aaah). Sandra Ponder looks after sick and abandoned Chihuahuas and has a sideline designing dresses for canine fashion shows, while Craig Glenday heads to America to meet a donkey aptly named Knee High (bless . . .).



make and bake

Kirstie's Handmade Britain

Channel 4, 8pm Kirstie Allsopp visits the Nidderdale (stop sniggering) agricultural show in the Yorkshire Dales and enters the produce competition. She tries her hand at cooking a pork pie, learns how to make her own sausages and finds out what goes into brawn -- a dish usually derived from a pig's head. (Any Irish bankers available?)