The Real Kings Speech, 8.30pm ABC1
After the global success of the film “The Kings Speech”, comes this documentary uncovering the facts. It shows the inspirational story of King George VI’s struggle to overcome his crippling stammer, with the help of Australian born speech therapist Lionel Logue.
Joan Rivers Roast, 9.30pm ARENA
Hosted by the D-lister Kathy Griffin, Rivers faces a gauntlet of celebrity insulters from comedians Brad Garrett and Lily Tomlin to Donald Trump. The 77 year old has given her fair share of grief over the years and now it’s her turn.
How I Met Your Mother, 8pm SEVEN
The gang is mad at Barney when he lies to a girl and says he wants to get married and have kids, just to impress her. Robin starts to date a new guy who seems to possess several canine characteristics.
American Idol, 7.30pm FOX8
The final 5 remain; James Durbin, Scotty McCreery, Hayley Reinhart, Jacob Lusk and Lauren Alaina will fight it out as we head for the finale. See if the Adam Lambert sounding Durbin will beat out the country crooner McCreery to get in the top 4.
Heston’s Feasts, 8.30pm SBS ONE
Even though this has already aired, if you missed it the first time give it a try now. Heston creates a fairytale feast featuring a Cinderella pumpkin and an edible Hansel and Gretel house for dessert. Heston has as much fun as his guests do as does the viewer.
The Good Wife, 8.30pm TEN
Lockhart/Gardner are to represent a small oil drilling company that is owed $86 million by an oil conglomerate. In the process they are told that the President of Venezuela has nationalised that company and are now the plaintiffs. Peters election is only a day away and the other candidates husband has given a sympathetic TV interview, so Eli goes to Alicia for help, who is about to receive devastating news.