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7 DVDS Mickey McMonagle and Steve Hendry's guide to DVDs and Blu-ray.

Best Gigg in town The Manchester United legend takes time out from being one of the Premiership's best players to show how he has stayed fit enough to keep on running up and down the Old Trafford pitch at the ripe old age of 37. It's all down to yoga, apparently, so here he presents this GIGGS FITNESS: STRENGTH & CONDITIONING, INSPIRED BY YOGA E workout based on the art, combined with traditional exercises. It won't, however, turn you into a superstar.

GROWN UPS 12 Five old high school basketball team mates get together 30 years on to mark the death of their late coach. Adam Sandler, Chris Rock, Kevin James, David Spade and Rob Schneider star so you know what to expect - silly comedy and the depth of a shallow puddle.

DINNER FOR SCHMUCKS 12 PaulRudd is invited to a party by his boss. Everyone has to bring a geek and the one with the biggest loser guest gets a promotion. He bumps into Steve Carell - and it's in the bag. Zany, as you'd expect.

LAND GIRLS: SERIES 1 PG The wonder of Land Girls is why it was tucked away on daytime schedules.

It follows the lives of Nancy, Joyce, Bea and Annie during the Second World War. Drama with an entertaining and valuable history lesson.

THE SWITCH 12 Jennifer Aniston is Kassie, a fun-loving single woman who wants a baby - so decides to go it alone despite the concerns of wacky pal Wally (Jason Bateman). Sperm donor Patrick Wilson is officially the dad - but a drunk Wally switched samples. Yawn.

DERREN BROWN: ENIGMA 15 Yet another eye-rubbing theatrical event. Filmed in front of a live audience, it features a moment where a special tone leaves the audience hypnotised and a woman finds sleepwalks through the rows.

A TOWN CALLED EUREKA: SERIES 3.5 12 Colin Ferguson is Sheriff Jack Carter in this hidden gem of a show set in a seemingly quiet small town populated by geniuses. It starts with Carter looking for a new job outside of Eureka having had his badge removed.
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Publication:Sunday Mail (Glasgow, Scotland)
Date:Jan 16, 2011
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