PUBLISHED : Monday, 20 January, 2003, 12:00am
UPDATED : Monday, 20 January, 2003, 12:00am

CSI: Crime Scene Investigation

World, 9pm

A young woman is found dead in a playground sandbox and the team is called in to investigate. Owing to the marks on her body, they initially assume she is a victim of violent crime, but further investigation reveals she worked at a fetish club, leading Grissom (William Petersen, above with Melinda Clarke) and his team on a journey into the underground world of sadomasochism. Meanwhile, Warrick (Gary Dourdan) and Sara (Jorja Fox) investigate an armed robbery that looks like an inside job.

Ally McBeal

World, 11.15pm

Jackson (Taye Diggs) is assigned to draw up the prenuptial agreement for Gilbert Breen (Victor McCay), a rich, fat and bald man who is about to marry a young and beautiful woman. Ally (Calista Flockhart) persuades Larry (Robert Downey Jr) to defend the soon-to-be wife's interests and Ling (Lucy Liu) takes the case of a man who's being sued by his son because a blood clot has left him perpetually happy, which is ruining the family business.

Great Leaders

World, 8.30pm

Deepak Chopra (above) is a one-man media conglomerate; he has crafted a career as an author, speaker and self-help guru. He is Indian by birth and a Western-trained physician by profession. He has written 26 books and produced more than 100 audio, video and CD-ROM projects. He hosts public television specials and founded his own Wellness Centre in San Diego. Great Leaders reports on the man, his mission and what Chopra knows that everyone can learn.

The 2003 60th Golden Globe Awards

Star World, 9am and 8pm

It's all about glamour, gowns, and golden opportunities with the biggest names from the worlds of film and television gathered under one roof to see who will walk away with the honours. Up for best picture this year are The Lord Of The Rings: The Two Towers, Gangs Of New York, The Hours, Chicago, My Big Fat Greek Wedding and About A Boy.

Leading-actor honours for drama will be a toss-up among Hollywood A-listers Michael Caine, Daniel Day-Lewis, Adrian Brody, Leonardo Di Caprio and Jack Nicholson, while Nicolas Cage, Richard Gere, Kieran Culkin, Adam Sandler and Hugh Grant are in the running for the best actor in a comedy award. Tinseltown legends Nicole Kidman, Salma Hayek, Julianne Moore, Diane Lane and Meryl Streep are nominated for best actress in a drama film, while Goldie Hawn, Renee Zellweger, Maggie Gyllenhaal and Catherine Zeta-Jones are vying for the best actress in a comedy gong.

In the television categories, perennial favourite Friends is up for three awards, Malcolm In The Middle has picked up two nominations and the most successful animated series in television history, The Simpsons, has garnered a nomination for best television series comedy.

All Hong Kong eyes will be on Hero, China's nomination in the best foreign language film category, starring Maggie Cheung Man-yuk (above).