In The Wild: Zoo Babies With Whoopi Goldberg World, 9pm Tonight's show is a misnomer as Whoopi Goldberg (above) is not quite in the wild but at the Zoo and Wild Animal Park of San Diego. One reason why we won't see the Oscar-winning actress climbing mountains, trekking through jungles or crawling through deserts is that she has a fear of flying. However, this programme reckons she would find more animals at the zoo anyway because so many have fallen to critically low numbers in the wild. It says one of the primary functions of the Zoo and Wild Animal Park of San Diego is to keep endangered species from extinction. There, top behaviourists and reproductive psychologists work together to find ways of helping the animals reproduce. The process begins with finding the right partner, and Goldberg has her own ideas on how difficult that can be. Well, animals can be picky too. And to make her matchmaking mission all the more problematic, Goldberg pairs two giant pandas, Shi Shi and Bai Yun. The species is notorious for its low sex drive and appetite, so even if they seem perfectly suited - both are young, healthy and enjoy plenty of space and good care - often they simply aren't interested. Using parallel examples from her own experience, Goldberg brings her unique brand of sensitivity and humour to the process of procreation. Who Wants To Be A Millionaire? Home, 8.35pm A month in and we've had our second $250,000 winner. But still no sign of a millionaire. Will tonight's contestant walk away with the big prize? Interesting to note that when asked what they would do with the money if they hit the jackpot, most contestants said they would give part of it to their parents. The next most-popular answers are to pay off their mortgage, get married and travel around the world. Glad to see some people still have their priorities right. Ratings-wise, the show continues to soar and is edging towards a million viewers per night. Whose Line Is It Anyway? Star World, 8.30pm Hosted by funny man Drew Carey (above), this episode features guest performer Josie Lawrence questioning a group of men about their romantic potential: Wayne, a strict school teacher; Colin, an uptight model making his first pornographic film; Ryan, a college student over-acting to impress his friends in the audience. In one scenario, Josie and Ryan act out checking into Colin's motel in the following 'modes': soap opera, kung fu movie, evangelist and The Blair Witch Project. In another sketch, Ryan and Josie are co-anchors talking to Colin, the on-the-scene reporter, who must guess his location - a snake pit - from the co-anchors' clues. Hilarious stuff.