Channel 4 to air 'skinny' Super Size Me film 28th September 2006 The programme will feature extreme weightloss methods favoured by stars such as Victoria Beckham. Channel 4 is to screen a "super-skinny" version of hit documentary Super Size Me following a group of women as they attempt to crash diet to size zero. The "shock doc", to be aired later this year, will record their experiences as they try extreme weightloss methods favoured by stars such as Nicole Richie and Victoria Beckham. A Channel 4 spokesman said Super-Skinny Me: The Race To Size Zero would aim to expose the dangers behind extreme slimming in the same way that Super Size Me uncovered the horrifying side effects of a junk food diet. The growing fad for a size zero body often leads women to pop diet pills and cut their daily food intake to as little as a piece of fruit, a protein bar and a lettuce salad. The risks range from fatigue and excess body hair to serious conditions such as hormone disturbances, brain damage and heart failure.