Grey’s Anatomy, Seven, 8.30pm.
A shooting at Pacific College brings back painful memories of the siege for staff at Seattle Grace, and as victims pour into the hospital, April is given a chance to put her trauma training to the test. Meanwhile, the chief performs a painful procedure on a heroic police officer in the hopes that he can identify the gunman. Then, medics discover a familiar face lending a hand when they arrive at the scene of the crime.
Man Made Marvels, 7mate, 8.30pm
A documentary series that looks at some of the great engineering achievements around the world, including the many difficulties faced with completing these projects.
In this episode: Construction of South Korea’s KTX high-speed railway between Seoul and Busan has been beset with difficulties: from the treacherous terrain, to the project almost being completely scuttled by the Asian financial crisis.
Stargate Universe, ELEVEN, 8.30pm.
While beneath the ruins in an underground maze, the star ship Destiny jumps back into FTL, leaving Lt Scott, Eli, Chloe and Greer behind, trapped on a remote planet and lost with no way of returning to the ship.
Fool’s Gold, GO! 9.30pm.
First run on GO! This movie is about a happy-go-lucky beach-bum-turned-treasure-hunter who becomes obsessed with finding 40 chests of exotic treasure that was lost at sea in 1715. Stars Matthew McConaughey, Kate Hudson, Donald Sutherland
Timecrimes, SBS TWO, 10.00pm
Fleeing an attacker, Hector takes refuge in a laboratory atop a hill, where a lone technician ushers him into a strange contraption. He emerges shortly after to find that he has travelled an hour back in time. Coming across his future self will be the first of a series of disastrous unforeseeable consequences.