How Bruce Lee Changed the World
(Discovery Channel, Sunday, 9 p.m.)
This programme reveals the dedicated career of a movie star with just five mainstream films under his belt but who subsequently went on to influence popular culture worldwide.
Before 1970 the western perception of China was Chairman Mao and cheap consumer products. It was as remote as any culture could be, impossibly exotic and seemingly impenetrable. Then came Bruce Lee.
(Discovery Channel, Tuesday, 11 p.m.)
The episode narrates the terrifying true stories of the paranormal as told by the people who experienced them.
It is a chilling series of hour-long supernatural thrillers, dramatising some of the scariest stories in America, revealing a world in which tragedy, suicide and murder have left psychic impressions so powerful, that innocent people become forced to deal with them decades later.
Through first-person accounts, the programme unravels the mystery and origin of each haunting incident.
(Animal Planet, Tuesday, 7 p.m.)
The Namibian Oryx is the most aggressive of all antelopes. and is genetically built for fighting. At birth, its horns are miniscule, but can grow to three feet in length by adulthood.
With weapons like these, the Oryx can rip his enemies open with a single blow.