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Tonight's TV.

Byline: Peter Grant

WATCH IT Nature Shock (five, 8pm)

IN August 2005, Japanese fisherman in the Tsushima Strait were astounded to find their nets had caught an enormous amount of Nomura's Jellyfish, whose tentacles contained enough venom to kill the entire boat of men.

After a night of similar catches, they had over three tonnes of jellyfish. The problem only got worse as billions more rose from beneath the water's surface, some the size of a sumo wrestler, and headed towards land.

TAPE IT Horizon (BBC2, 9pm)

HAVE you ever had trouble making up your mind about something? If you're a ditherer then this edition of the science programme will be unmissable for you. Rational thought and the ability to choose are one of the most amazing characteristics of the human race. Without them, we can become confused and disoriented.

GO TO BED Ladette to Lady (ITV1, 9pm)

A LOVE of booze threatens to destroy their progress as a trip to the pub escalates into a fistfight.
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Title Annotation:Features
Publication:Liverpool Echo (Liverpool, England)
Date:Feb 12, 2008
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