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Tarzan Sky One, 8.00pm

WHEN a young boy goes missing, Jane asks Tarzan to use his tracking skills to locate him in the concrete jungle of Manhattan.

When Sam learns of Tarzan's involvement and his role in Michael's death, he must decide whether to turn him in or keep Jane's secret.

Travis Fimmel stars as the man in the loincloth in this update of the classic tale.

Faking It USA E4, 9.00pm

COURTROOM battles are nothing new for New York lawyer Thomas Toland.

But this shark has to show his teeth for real when he faces off against Ultimate Pro Wrestling champ The Predator. The Manhattan attorney is turned over to pro-wrestling superstars Tom Howard and The Hardcore Kid for four weeks of pile-driving, body-slamming training for this week's Faking It USA.

In addition to beefing up the barrister, the preparation includes developing a convincing character with the help of Hollywood acting coach Tim Simek.

It all comes down to the main event, where the out--of-shape legal eagle spreads his wings and flies into the ring as Psycho-T.

Will & Grace Living TV, 9.00pm

DEPRESSED over his decision to leave Doctors Without Borders, Leo turns to a motivated Will to rekindle his love for New York. However, when Will's version of 'the best of New York' filled with long shopping trips and high tea doesn't do the trick, Leo decides to move in a different direction.

Meanwhile, Jack teams up with his new coach Karen as they prepare for the annual gay spelling bee.

Harry Connick Jr joins regulars Eric McCormack and Debra Messing.

Champions League Live Sky Sports 1, 7.00pm

TWO weeks ago, Claudio Ranieri tinkered too far with his Chelsea side and watched them slump to a demoralising 3-1 defeat against 10-man Monaco.

Tonight the task for the genial Italian is simple Chelsea must score at least two more goals than the French side to make the Champions League Final.

The game kicks off at 7.45pm and must be played to a finish tonight.

Top Gun BBC3, 9.00pm

TOM Cruise feels the need for speed in an action movie that screams Eighties' excess from every frame.

He's Maverick, the hotshot young flyer who learns valuable lessons about life, love and the whole damn thing from his best friend, the doomed Goose (ex-ER star Anthony Edwards) and his bit of fluff, played by Kelly McGillis.

Everyone has beautiful hair and teeth, and there's the obligatory power ballad, this time Berlin belting out Take My Breath Away. Oh, there's also that cringey Cruise version of You've Lost That Lovin' Feelin', too.


THE GANG'S ALL HERE AGAIN: Megan Mullally, left, Eric McCormack, Debra Messing and Sean Hayes will be serving up more laughs in Will & Grace, Living TV, 9.00pm
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Publication:Daily Record (Glasgow, Scotland)
Date:May 5, 2004
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