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Teenage Mu­tant Ninja Tur­tles,

Nick­elodeon, 16.10

The Teenage Mu­tant Ninja Tur­tles are on a quest to bring down Shred­der and his foot sol­diers.

Ca­su­alty, BBC En­ter­tain­ment, 17.00

Se­ries 26 brings some new faces to the team at Holby City Emer­gency Depart­ment, as Dixie and Jeff face new com­pe­ti­tion in the form of two new paramedics. And when the depart­ment is in­un­dated with pa­tients suf­fer­ing the same mys­tery ill­ness, Dy­lan must work out the cause be­fore they de­te­ri­o­rate fur­ther.

The Man Whose Arms Ex­ploded, CBS

Re­al­ity, 19.00

Gregg Valentino wanted to be spe­cial. His dream was to be­come the man with the world’s big­gest arms. At his peak Gregg’s bi­ceps mea­sured a mas­sive 27.5cm in di­am­e­ter, but at what cost? To achieve his dream Gregg had be­come his own doc­tor and phar­ma­cist, con­coct­ing ever-in­creas­ing vari­a­tions of drugs to en­hance his size. When dirty nee­dles in­fected his bi­cep, the con­se­quences were ex­plo­sive and Gregg was forced to be­come his own sur­geon. His story is our way into the world of ex­treme body­build­ing and the price peo­ple are pre­pared to pay to reach the top.

Ve­hi­cle 19, M-Net, 21.30

Paul Walker is an in­no­cent for­eign trav­eller in South Africa who finds him­self deep in the dan­ger­ous world of po­lice cor­rup­tion.

Paul Walker is cast as the pro­tag­o­nist in the movie, Ve­hi­cle 19.

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