SORRY, folks, a bit busy this week so this is not your usual cheeky look at the world of TV.
However, here's a little something I could not find room for in this week's Sunday Sun telly pages.
And it does show the benefit of a mis-spent youth.
Take it away, Max Beasley.
Jelloware cups: you drink out of them, then you eat them.
The best way to cut your waste is to not use disposable items to begin with but, you have to give these people some credit for the sheer weirdness of this idea. They make cups out of jelly. Once you are finished with the cup you can eat it or compost it.
ERUDITE, engaging and frequently eviscerating, there is a reason why an interview with Joey Barton is considered the sports journalist's equivalent of winning the lottery.
Forthright opinions are not rare in the world of Premier League football but finding someone at the peak of his powers willing to express them certainly is, which is reason why any dialogue with Barton is invariably dynamite.
MATT Neal finally got his moment after a difficult day as he won the third Dunlop MSA British Touring Car Championship race of the day at Brands Hatch.
The Team Honda Racing driver was looking to make amends after he landed pole for the final round in the draw for the reversed grid.
Having started the first race from pole he was taken out at the second corner and forced to start Race Two at the back, so it was almost fitting that he get a second chance to shine in the final race.
JASON Plato made it two in a row as he stormed to a second win at Brands Hatch.
The Silverline Chevrolet driver backed up his Race One win with a lights to flag victory in the second race of the 2011 Dunlop MSA British Touring Car Championship.
Honda Racing Team's Gordon Sheddon crossed the line second, with Mat Jackson third.
The Silverline Chevrolet driver led from the second corner of the delayed-start race to take the win ahead of James Nash and Tom Chilton.
But it was a disasterous start to the 2011 season for polesitter Matt Neal, who was knocked into the gravel as the pack headed into Druids Bend for the first time and had to watch the race unfold from the tyre wall.
To try to reduce the amount of paper towels used in bathrooms Pete Kazanjy designed a simple sticker - and it worked.
I'VE spent most of today singing a Dexy's Midnight Runners classic. You may know it. It goes something along the lines of "oh-oh-oh Geno-o"
Ok, so the spelling is different but it's been buzzing about in my head since since Sunday afternoon when a certain Gino Rea was one of three Brits to find his way onto the podium at Donington Park.
The Step Racing Honda rider finished third in the FIM World Supersport Race at the Leicestershire circuit after what can only be described as a masterclass in aggressive riding.
Image: Chris Procter
HE should be leading the FIM World Supersport Championship....but young Brit Sam Lowes had to make do with best lap at his first home race of the year.
Just what does he have to do for a bit of luck?
Lowes, one half of the uber-fast Lowes twins, has always been my tip for the title this season after his commanding win of the British Supersport Championship in 2010.
Image by ZoeBurn via Flickr
MARCO Melandri stormed to his maiden World Superbike Championship race win in today's opening race at Donington Park.
The Italian former GP star clawed his way back from a bad start which saw him drop to ninth in the opening lap to take the victory this afternoon.
But it was a tough opening race for the British contingent, with no UK riders finishing on the podium and both Eugene Laverty and Tom Sykes lucky to walk away from big crashes.