How Many People Can Live on Planet Earth? SBS ONE, 7.30pm
Naturalist Sir David Attenborough investigates whether the world is heading for a population crisis. In his lengthy career, he has watched the human population more than double from 2.5 billion in 1950 to nearly 7 billion. Sir David reflects on the profound effects of this rapid growth, both on humans and the environment. He also examines whether it is the duty of individuals to commit not only to smaller families, but to change the way they live for the sake of humanity and planet Earth.
Expedition Impossible, ONE, 7.30pm
Suin! Sand! Sahara! Bit of an Amazing Race rop off, but well worth a look if you like thise sorts of reality competition shows. The race is on as thirteen teams of ordinary people journey across vast deserts, over snow-capped mountains and through raging rivers in the beautifully exotic, fabled Kingdom of Morocco.
Dinosaur Stampede, ABC1, 8.30pm
A team of Australian, US, Spanish and Scottish scientists uncover some startling truths about a dinosaur stampede that occurred 100 million years ago in remote Australia.
All Worked Up, 7mate, 9.30pm
Process server Byran gets a bad tip from a wall street fat cat, wrestling security guard Zach tries to keep all the action from spilling out of the ring, and repo man Ron meets a car owner who becomes unhinged, who will snap first?
Native Dancer, SBS ONE, 11.05pm
This captivating story highlights the clash between old Kazakh customs and the new Kazakhstan through the eyes of an elderly shaman. For years, Aidai, a medicine woman, has been serving her local Kazakh community and living on land that belongs to rich businessman Batyr. But now local gangsters decide that Batyr’s land would be a prime location for a petrol station and motel.