Pick of the day.
The Brit Awards 2012 ITV1, 8pm With 17 million global sales by
January 2012 alone, Adele's 21 should do well at this year's
backslapping ceremony as it's up for Best British Album of the
Year. However, it faces stiff competition from Coldplay's Mylo
Xyloto, Ed Sheeran's +, Florence and the Machine's
Ceremonials, and PJ Harvey's Let England Shake. Adele is also in
the running for Best British Female Solo Artist, in contention with Kate
Bush amongst others, as well as for British Single (Someone Like You).
James Corden hosts.
Death Unexplained BBC1, 11.05pm As anybody who knows anything about
the Darwin Awards will tell you, human beings have managed to find an
incredible amount of ways to die. People have removed themselves from
the gene pool in extraordinarily complex ways. The bright sparks at the
BBC have clearly realised that we are all fascinated by the mysteries
surrounding our final breaths, and while it may be in questionable taste
as a notion for a programme, this documentary is never less than