Tonight's television is as follows:
6pm. The Fuhrer's Toilet. Documentary about the various toilets that Hitler used throughout his life, and how they could have aided his rise to power. Features disturbing footage of an actual bowl used by the Fuhrer.
7pm. Newsblart. Up to the minute news delivered to your screen in an easily digestive form. With guest presenter David Dickinson.
7.02pm. Everyday Street. Soap. The residents of Everyday Street hold a street party to celebrate winning the lottery. But someone has lost the ticket.
7.30pm. Knockers for Sale. Repeat. 1970s sitcom set in a shop which sells door knockers. Starring Ronnie Barker and Christopher Biggins.
8pm. The Skip Collector. Fly-on-the-wall documentary about a man who delivers empty skips and collects full ones, and the fascinating people he meets during the course of his job.
8.30pm. Britain's Favourite Home Secretary. A countdown of the top 20 UK Home Secretaries of all time, as voted for by the British public. Tonight it's numbers 10 to 6. Presented by Douglas Hurd.
9.00pm. The Wind. Stylish Norwegian drama set on a remote sewage farm. Featuring graphic nudity. With subtitles.
10.00pm. Film: Excuse My Twitfulness (2004) Farcical British romantic comedy starring Hugh Grant and Sandi Toksvig. Hugh Grant plays a newly divorced scriptwriter, who must dress up as a lesbian in order to catch the eye of his dream woman. But the problems only start there because he then must persuade her to like him as a man.