The Practice World, 10pm More dramatic goings-on in the cheery office of defence lawyers Donnell, Young, Dole and Frutt. Lindsay's (Kelli Williams, above) old friend Jeannie Reynolds, a criminal psychologist, convinces her to defend a confessed serial killer whom she believes is innocent. Jeannie tells Lindsay that in her professional opinion, the killer fabricated his confession and is delusional. The lawyers convince the killer that their plan is to enter an insanity plea - the only plea he will accept. However, when Jeannie recounts how the hypnotised killer told her he did not kill the victims, Lindsay reveals her intention to enter a straight 'not guilty' plea. Is it possible for someone to convincingly fake being under hypnosis? The District World, 9pm In order to find the killer of a convenience-store owner, Mannion assigns Detective Haywood, an African-American, to go undercover as a homeless person, with Temple and McGregor covering his back. However, when Haywood reacts to gunshots in the distance by drawing his weapon, an off-duty officer fires shots at him. The situation worsens when it is believed that Haywood, whose life now hangs in the balance, may have been shot because he is black. The Naked Chef Pearl, 8.30pm Jamie Oliver gets the call he's been waiting for. The Naked Chef is a huge fan of the British band Jamiroquai and lead singer Jay Kay (above), who is famed for his unusual headgear, has invited him over to his place to cook for the band. Despite the rock 'n' roll and Ferrari-fuelled lifestyle, Kay is an organic enthusiast and keen gardener. So, using produce from his garden, Oliver gets busy preparing Kay's favourite meal: roast beef with all the trimmings. SuperCroc National Geographic, 10am Another cracking programme from National Geographic, this time investigating the biggest crocodile to ever walk the Earth. From the parched sands of the Sahara, palaeontologist and National Geographic explorer-in-residence Dr Paul Sereno (left) unearths one of the biggest finds of his career: SuperCroc. Reaching the length of a city bus, SuperCroc (Sarcosuchus imperator) roamed the world about 110 million years ago. Before Sereno can turn several tonnes of fossils into a skeleton and eventually into a life-sized recreation of the behemoth croc, he needs to learn more about its living relatives. And for that, he'll need National Geographic reptile expert Dr Brady Barr (right). Working together as detectives, Sereno and Barr travel the globe to study the biology, physiology, behaviour and psychology of modern crocodilians, looking for clues to put flesh on the bones and create a life-size reconstruction of this ancient beast. SuperCroc puts viewers in the centre of the action with eye-popping footage of Barr and Sereno using strength, courage and quick reflexes to capture, handle and study powerful crocodiles in remote locations around the world.