Pay TV: Tuesday, February 26
Work of Art: The Next Great Artist, Studio, 8.30pm
IT'S a sellout challenge! The six remaining artists have to pair up to design arty stuff that they can quickly produce in volume to sell on the streets of New York - and which they can also turn into something to hang on the gallery wall in front of the judges. Lola, embracing the notion that sex sells, strips off for a full-frontal nude photograph, over which she prints text of her personal secrets. As might be expected, the prints start selling like hot cakes, but artist mentor Simon de Pury is concerned that the ''baring it all'' thing is too unsubtle. He also has his doubts about Arkansas native Dusty's decision to sell stencilled T-shirts depicting a surveillance camera against a map of the US. Unfortunately, tonight's episode is really quite a mess. The contestants are confused about what the judging criteria are, and it seems as though anything goes. Sarah J decides to make some extra money for her and Young by getting passersby to sit for watercolour portraits while Young mans their stall. Should that count towards their total? Nobody knows. And, as is often the case, the art itself turns out to be quite disappointing. Even so, the mere fact that it involves grown-ups with real creative talent makes it one of the best competition shows going around.
Shipping Wars, A&E, 7.30pm
SILVER fox Roy has to transport a cheaply constructed statue of a baseballer from New York to San Francisco. The sellers are happy for him to saw it in half; the buyers aghast that he has done so. Yawn.
Penn & Teller Tell a Lie, Discovery Science, 8.30pm
The MythBusters-style series in which magicians Penn and Teller explain several suspicious but plausible ''facts'', revealing at the end which was the lie.
Mary's Bottom Line, LifeStyle, 9.30pm
Mary Portas continues her quest to establish a line of British knickers made by trainees who have little or no work experience.
Bar Rescue, TLC, 7.30pm
A dated Californian sports bar gets a makeover.