Monday, 9.05pm, UKTV Another prawn for the barbie of coincidence: the third and final season of this foul-mouthed British comedy about suburban teenager Will McKenzie (Simon Bird) and his appalling friends at the fictional Rudge Park Comprehensive high school debuts tonight on UKTV, just as the feature film it begat is released in the US. That’s worthy of Ripley’s Believe It or Not. Spotty youths having miscreant misadventures on the big screen. Who would have thought? In this edition of the TV series, the boys, including James Buckley as Jay Cartwright, are old enough to drive each other to school. In tonight’s debut, Jay turns up in his mum’s tiny red car to drive the others. Will feels he’ll be killed. ‘‘ Jay driving us to school really made me feel like like royalty,’’ he tells us. ‘‘ Unfortunately, the royalty I felt like was Princess Diana.’’ The show endlessly milks the horrors of an English public school education for its not inconsiderable humour of discomfort. the program as a six-part series that pits two teams of varying backgrounds against each other to build an elaborate chain-reaction contraption. Is that Diana Ross and Barry Gibb I hear screeching in my head? Like them, you too can get in the middle of a chain reaction, just by tuning in. Tonight a team of rocket scientists and a family of special effects artists battle against each other to construct massive and impressive chain reaction machines. Anyone old enough to remember the children’s game Mouse Trap will feel right at home. normally would not be expected to survive. In tonight’s episode, A Family’s Desert Hell, a family of four is trapped in the Arizona desert when their vehicle becomes irretrievably bogged in a dried up riverbed. As viewers of Breaking Bad would know, the Arizona desert near the Mexican border crawls with druggedup psychopathic representatives of amphetamine cartels. Things deteriorate quickly, adversity looms and tough decisions must be made in the faint hope of survival.