Trouble At The Top World, 8.25pm Britain's oldest circus is facing falling audiences and competition from an expanding entertainment industry. Gerry Cottle and Brian Austin, already struggling to keep two shows on the road, have decided to take a risk and buy a third: the Chinese Circus, famed for its record-breaking 17 performers on a bicycle. The young Chinese acrobats arrive, but their trainer hasn't turned up, leaving Cottle and Austin with just one week to get the performers (who don't speak English) up to scratch. Trouble At The Top follows the story as they settle into their new home (made from old mobile libraries) and train for their attempt at breaking the world record of girls riding on one bike. Hollywood, Inc Pearl, 8.30pm Making movies in Hollywood is a gamble, with only one film in 10 making a profit. Using personal anecdotes together with fast-paced visuals, this programme follows the stars, directors, writers and producers on the often painful journey from dream to screen. The Out-Of-Towners Cinemax, 9pm It's one calamity after another when a middle-aged Ohio couple (Steve Martin and Goldie Hawn, above) travel to New York so that he can attend a job interview. John Cleese is hilarious as an aristocratic hotel manager from hell who sees to it that their stay is short and far from sweet. (1999) WIMBLEDON WATCH Mathew Scott Tennis: Wimbledon Star Sports, 7pm We're into week two of the Wimbledon Lawn Tennis Championships and what a tournament it has been - Pete Sampras denied his shot at an eighth title by a guy from Switzerland, Venus Williams telling people to leave her motor-mouth father Richard alone, and the Superbrat John McEnroe - showing he still has a nose for controversy - fighting off claims from his ex-wife that he used cocaine and steroids during his career. What next, a British champion? We get down to business this week as we move into the late rounds and Star Sports continues to keep us court-side.