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Mega Man­sions, Travel Chan­nel, 14.30

Take a tour inside Amer­ica’s most op­u­lent and tech­no­log­i­cally ad­vanced homes. From Hearst Cas­tle to pri­vately owned prop­er­ties, we go beyond the gates for a dose of lux­ury, meet­ing the own­ers, de­sign­ers and ar­chi­tects who give the inside scoop on th­ese amaz­ing res­i­dences. Get ready to see how the other half re­ally lives!

Wild Spain, Nat Geo Wild, 18.00

A grandiose river in south­ern Spain flows through An­dalu­sia from north to south, like a huge artery that stretches along 600km. From its birth­place in the Ca­zorla moun­tains, all the way to the mouth of the river, that reaches the shores of Doñana Na­tional Park, a fox will be­come the story’s main character. Through its eyes, we will come to dis­cover the spec­tac­u­lar bio­di­ver­sity that this lit­tle creature finds along the way.

Ad­dicted to Tat­toos, BBC Knowl­edge, 21.00

For many peo­ple a tat­too is the clos­est they come to own­ing a unique work of art. This doc­u­men­tary ex­plores the world of tat­toos; the peo­ple who cre­ate them, the peo­ple who have them and what they say about their lives, why they get them and what they feel about them. For many what starts as a drunken dare be­comes a com­pul­sion, with full arm, leg, chest, back and even head tat­toos now far more popular than ever be­fore. And, when it all goes wrong, it’s the pro­fes­sional tat­tooists’ job to try to fix them.

The Gra­ham Nor­ton Show, BBC En­ter­tain­ment, 21.40

David Wal­liams ser­e­nades Dame Shirley Bassey, Cather­ine Tate says singing is hard, Richard Ayoade talks about work­ing in the US and An­nie Len­nox per­forms.

The in­cor­ri­gi­bly funny Gra­ham Nor­ton with his mixed bag of guests in tonight’s show.

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