TERRESTRIAL PICK OF THE DAY.
GORDON is off to Inverness to take on an austere restaurant where the staff never smile.
La Riviera serves beautiful food, lovingly prepared by French chef Loic Lefebvre whose big dream is to win a Michelin star.
But despite the great food and the money the restaurant's multi-millionaire owner throws at the place, it remains ominously empty.
Gordon advises Loic to get back to basics but Loic isn't convinced and relations between the chefs rapidly deteriorate
One Life BBC1, 10.35pm
ADOPTING a child is an awesome, life-long commitment for any couple.
When Andrew and Helen Hale took on two boys, aged two and five, they knew things wouldn't be all happy families. But they were unprepared for how desperately wrong things would go.
Sixteen years later, both sons are in prison and the Hales are suing social services.
They say they were never warned about the potential difficulties associated with two boys scarred by horrific early childhoods. The Hales did everything they could to give their children a stable, happy home but in the end, love was just not enough
Big Ideas That Changed The World Five, 7.15pm
NOBEL Peace Prize winner Archbishop Desmond Tutu looks back at the anti-apartheid struggle and his role in shaping a new South Africa.
He gives a moving lecture on why Christianity matters, examining the origins of the faith and tracing its development.
He charts how an obscure sect in Palestine became the state religion of the Roman empire and ultimately one of the most widespread faiths on the planet.
And Archbishop Tutu argues that in today's war-torn world, Christianity is more relevant than ever.
He says: 'Christianity's key message is the hardest concept human beings have ever faced, that we should love our enemies
Bad Girls ITV, 9.00pm
Sylvia Hollamby never was the brightest button in the box. That's probably why it's not dawned on her exactly why slimy medic Malcolm is marrying her.
For dear old Sylv, the wedding day is a dream. But it's clear to all her guests the only reason the groom makes it to the altar is to get his hands on her million-pound inheritance.
Meanwhile, Natalie is determined to keep her position as top dog of G wing. Tough new arrival Pat Kerrigan has other ideas
Trouble In Store BBC1, 7.00pm
THIS is Airport but with shops instead of flight desks. Tonight is the first of an eight-part fly-on-the-wall series about life inside Europe's largest shopping centre, the MetroCentre in Gateshead.
Fashion gurus Trinny and Susannah hit the mall to give shoppers desperately needed style tips. And store detective Graham hunts professional shoplifters.
Marketing manager Karen battles to get a TV commercial shot and traffic warden Bill aims to break his record for tickets
The Defiant Ones Channel 4, 1.30pm
RACIST convict Tony Curtis escapes while shackled to fellow chain-gang prisoner Sidney Poitier, and together they embark on a perilous cross-country journey to freedom. Stanley Kramer's acclaimed drama, also starring Theodore Bikel
Double Indemnity Five, 2.00pm
LACKLUSTRE remake of Billy Wilder's classic 1944 film noir about a ruthless femme fatale who plots to murder her wealthy husband with the help of an insurance salesman. Richard Crenna, Lee J. Cobb and Robert Webber star
Midwives Five, 3.40pm
A MIDWIFE in rural America is forced to perform an emergency Caesarian to save a baby after its mother dies - but although the child survives, she soon finds herself standing trial on a charge of manslaughter. Highly charged drama, with Sissy Spacek
RINGING THE CHANGES: Archbishop Desmond Tutu looks back at the anti-apartheid struggle in Big Ideas That Changed The World, Five, 7.15pm, and Gordon Ramsay heads to Inverness in Kitchen Nightmares, Channel 4, 9.00pm; SISSY SPACEK: Five, 3.40pm