Pay TV: Monday, March 18
The 700 Club, ACC, 7pm
Did you know that when you buy second-hand clothes, it's a good idea to pray over them to rebuke any evil spirits that might have attached themselves to the fabric? Well, if you'd been watching Pat Robertson on The 700 Club, you would. The US's favourite octogenarian televangelist is still hard at work on his nightly talk show, railing against gays and climate scientists, warning wives that they can't expect their husbands' affection if they are ''slatternly looking''. But that's only part of Robertson's stock-in-trade; he also closes his eyes and provides real-time commentary on the healing miracles the Almighty is performing this very minute. In February, Robertson seemed to extend this to lottery results: ''Somebody is praying right now, right this second, you're praying for a million dollars and God said, 'I have heard your prayer … I'm going to supply the need that you requested.' It's done, in Jesus' name.'' Never a dull moment.
Snow Leopard of Afghanistan, Nat Geo Wild, 7.30pm
Nat Geo's Big Cat Week doesn't have quite the bite of Discovery's Shark Week, but it brings plenty of interesting, new documentaries. This one follows an expedition into the mountains of north-east Afghanistan to try to catch an elusive snow leopard and fit it with a satellite tracking device.
Stax: Respect Yourself, Studio, 7.30pm
Tells the story of Memphis' Stax Records, which brought the world Otis Redding and Isaac Hayes.
Double Your House for Half the Money, LifeStyle, 8.30pm
Property guru Sarah Beeny helps Brits extend their homes.