TV OD. Matt Edmondson. Image credit: IMG Productions.

TV OD

TV presenter and telly addict Matt Edmondson returns tonight in the last of the current series of TV OD. He'll be focusing again on the weird and wonderful world of television as seen through some of the angriest and most confused comments posted online, defending and chastising the box's offerings in the past week, and finding out a few celebrity facts in the process. The format has been entertaining, so we'd like to see a Series 2. ITV2, 10pm. Guide

Also: repeats include Stella, and that great episode of The IT Crowd where Roy ends up pretending to be disabled. Schedule

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Video: Steve Coogan

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Edinburgh Fringe

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Madame Magenta's Psychic Readings, 2: Jimmy Carr

Madame Magenta's Psychic Readings, 2: Jimmy Carr

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Madame Magenta is using a variety of divination methods to figure out how comedians would most benefit from their time on the Fringe. This week she turns her attention to Jimmy Carr. Read

Abandoman interview

Abandoman interview

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Abandoman interview

Abandoman interview

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Edinburgh Comedy Awards judges announced

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The judging line-up for the Foster's Edinburgh Comedy Awards 2014 has been announced. Read

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The annual COFILMIC Film Festival has opened submissions for its 2014 competition. Read

Ray Peacock: It's not how you start

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Video: Armstrong & Miller

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Video: Predictive Text Man

Meet a man whose communication side of his brain has been replaced with a broken txt dictionary. Watch

Video: Terrible Lizards

Video: Terrible Lizards

An animated sketch explaining why dinosaurs were just 'terrible lizards'. It makes quite a good point. Watch