GOD this is SO drawn OUT. Who gives the BBC the right to monopolise two nights of our weekend? Not even American Idol has the gall to do that. The eight male stars and their professional dance partners battled it out with a first round waltz or cha-cha-cha. Now the two couples with the lowest combined judges' score and viewer votes must perform again in the dance-off, and only one will be saved by the judges. Why they just can't have an ad break and result on the Saturday is beyond me - it's not as if they're depending on advertising revenue. Rant over. 9.00pm sees the second installment of Tess of the D'Urbervilles. This episode sees Tess's baby, Sorrow, die after falling seriously ill and she's forced to bury him alone when Parson Tringham refuses. Upbeat stuff of a Sunday.