Outback Hunters, A&E, 2pm
THESE crocodile hunters sure don't mind putting themselves in hairy situations. Out in Arnhem Land tonight, Karl is on a mission to track down and kill the big black croc that ate his favourite hunting dog. When he spots the beast from a helicopter, he gets the pilot to plonk him down on his own in the middle of the croc-infested swamp, where he sits and waits until the chopper comes back with his boat and hunting partner. Elsewhere, former poacher Mick harpoons a 300-kilogram beast, which promptly dives underneath his tinny, threatening to tip him into the drink. Eye-opening stuff with a great cast of colourful characters.
Your OWN Show, Bio, 7.30pm
IT HAS to be said that few of the hopefuls competing for their own show on Oprah Winfrey's network look remotely ready for prime time. The obvious exceptions are Ryan, Zach and Terey, all of whom have backgrounds in stand-up comedy. And they should be in their element tonight, given that each of the two teams has to produce a late-night talk-show segment comprising a comedic monologue and an interview with late-night legend Arsenio Hall. Bizarrely, though, Terey's team decides that she would be most valuable off-camera. And then Ryan's team does the same to him - though they do at least let Zach do the monologue. Your OWN Show doesn't have the calibre of contestant it needs to be as compelling as, say, a Project Runway or Top Chef. Still, it's worth a look.
Game of Thrones, SoHo, 7.30pm
Take a trip back to the first episode of the bloody, sexy mediaeval fantasy starring Sean Bean, Lena Headey and Peter Dinklage.
Unlikely Animal Friends, Nat Geo Wild, 7.30pm
Just what it says on the tin, including a baby hippo that has a giant tortoise as a surrogate parent.
Nazi Death Squads, National Geographic, 1.30pm
A harrowing documentary about the ''Holocaust by bullets'' that the Nazis began in eastern Europe before the death camps.