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Tonight's TV.

Byline: Peter Grant

WATCH IT

The Sopranos (Channel 4, 11.35pm)

AFTER being shot by the now-senile Uncle Junior at the start of this series, Tony had something of an epiphany, which led to the crime boss briefly trying to mend his wicked ways. Needless to say, the goody-two-shoes routine didn't last long and before you could say 'forget about it', Tony was up to his old tricks - killing, racketeering and blackmailing.

TAPE IT

Zoo Days (five, 6.30pm)

STEVE Unwin gets up close and personal with a mandrill - the world's largest species of monkey. They have been known to snare prey by pretending to be asleep before an attack. And there are cute pandas on show.

GO TO BED

That Mitchell & Webb Look (BBC2, 9pm)

PEOPLE Who Have Grown Into Spectacularly The Wrong Shape sketches continues. Clever but unfunny.
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Title Annotation:Features
Publication:Liverpool Echo (Liverpool, England)
Date:Mar 6, 2008
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