Secret Millionaire, LifeStyle, 8.30pm
MILLIONAIRES who grew up poor often find that going undercover on Secret Millionaire stirs up powerful emotions about their pasts. That's certainly the case for celebrity hairdresser Adee Phelan tonight, but he also finds himself confronted by things he is not dealing with well in the present. Phelan got his big break when he created David Beckham's ''World Cup mohawk'' hairstyle in 2002. Now he owns top-end hair salons and a lucrative line of haircare products. It's a far cry from his early life, growing up on a rough Birmingham housing estate, leaving school early and illiterate, and spending several years unemployed, addicted to drugs and alcohol, and severely depressed. Here, Phelan goes undercover in a seaside slum in Essex that has the sad distinction of having been named the most deprived town in England. It's not far from the place where he himself spent some miserable time, and memories come flooding back. Then, while volunteering with a hospice in a nearby town, he realises he has to get to grips with the fact both his father and his brother have cancer. The scenes in which he comes clean and hands out large cheques to struggling charities are wonderful. Nine seasons in, Secret Millionaire is one of the best things on the box.
Wallace and Gromit marathon, UKTV, 7.30pm
ALL four of the charming and inventive half-hour claymation specials. The fun starts with 1989's A Grand Day Out and concludes with the 9.10pm showing of 2008's A Matter of Loaf and Death.
Tina Arena: Live in Melbourne, Studio, 9pm
Tina Arena's recent concert performance, featuring a 54-piece orchestra and tunes including Chains, Sorrento Moon and Don't Cry for Me Argentina.
Top Shot, A&E, 9.30pm
Shooters compete for a $100,000 prize in challenges involving everything from crossbows to grenade launchers.
Megafactories: Lego, National Geographic, 7.30pm
A terrific episode looking as much at the creative process as the manufacturing one.