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Sunday's TV.

Money BBC2, 9pm Ashes to Ashes may have finished, but fans of all things Eighties shouldn't start packing away their leg warmers and Rubik's cubes just yet. Nick Frost, of Hot Fuzz and Shaun of the Dead fame, heads the impressive cast as John Self, who has carved out a successful career for himself making commercials. However, he may need to develop a whole new set of skills when he finds himself trying to shoot his first movie in New York, where dealing with predatory agents and petulant stars.

Dispatches: The Lost Girls of South Africa Channel 4, 9pm As international attention focuses on South Africa for this summer's football World Cup, this documentary explores record levels of child sex abuse in a country working hard to come to terms with its violent past. The Dispatches team follows four girls as they struggle to cope with the crimes committed against them and fight the social stigma that comes with the abuse. Among the girls featured is 11-year-old Ntombi, who fell victim to the growing phenomenon of gang rape by underage boys.
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Publication:Sunday Mercury (Birmingham, England)
Date:May 23, 2010
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