60 Minutes, Nine, 7.30pm
Tonight, Denham Hitchcock is with “storm chasers” in Joplin, Missouri that has recently been devestated by tornadoes. Karl Stefanovic interviews convicted killer Henry Keogh, who claims he is innocent and Karl finds the case may have been flawed from the start. Liam Bartlett then tells us of the dangers of BPA found in plastic and alarmingly most baby bottles.
The Sea Inside, SBS TWO, 9.50pm
Life story of Spaniard Ramón Sampedro, who fought a 30-year campaign to win the right to end his life with dignity, after being left a quadraplegic after an accident. The film won an Oscar for best foreign language film and stars Javier Bardem.
Megastructures – Palm Island, 7mate, 7.30pm
In this doco filmed in 2005, Palm Jumeirah is underway in the Arabian Gulf. It is the world’s largest artificial island and is being constructed in the shape of a massive palm tree. An ambitious engineering feat, it is part of an even bigger plan to transform Dubai into one of the world’s premiere tourist destinations. Residents moved in, in 2006 and a monorail opened in 2009.
Hawaii Five-O, Ten, 8.30pm
Five-0 must unravel the mystery of why a mild-mannered sci-fi fan wearing a cape was given truth serum before being tossed out of a 21st-story window. Meanwhile, McGarrett gets an unexpected visit from a CIA agent who shares his personal interest in tracking down the Yakuza who had his parents killed.
Royal Upstairs Downstairs, 7TWO, 7.50pm
Antiques expert Tim Wonnacott and chef Rosemary Shrager travel in the footsteps of Queen Victoria, visiting the houses, castles and stately homes she visited throughout her life. Their first stop is at Chatsworth House, where Queen Victoria stayed for four days in 1832.