Today's TV

Bad Move (ITV, 8pm)

NICKY, Steve and the rest of the villagers are united in their opposition to a proposed fracking scheme.

It will disrupt the community, destroy the beautiful countryside, and - most importantly from Nicky and Steve's point of view - mean that they will never be able to sell their house and escape the rural hell that they're stuck in. Locally-based rock star Grizzo is persuaded to organise a fundraising gig for the campaign, but an unexpected development presents Nicky and Steve with a major dilemma.

Wonders of the Great Barrier Reef with Iolo Williams (BBC4, 9pm)

ON the North-Eastern coast of Australia lies the Great Barrier Reef - one of the natural wonders of our world.

It provides shelter to hidden wildlife sanctuaries that contain magical marine creatures. Together with marine biologist Richard Fitzpatrick, conservationist Iolo Williams dives beneath the tranquil surface of the coral sea to discover what state this natural wonder is in. They travel from the extreme swells of the northern part of the reef down to the cooler pristine corals of the south, and discover if the reef can survive the threat of global warming.

Joanna Lumley's Silk Road Adventure (ITV, 9pm)

AS Joanna's Silk Road Adventure draws to a close, she travels across the Central Asian states of Uzbekistan and Kyrgyzstan.

Starting in the Kyzl-Kum desert, she explores the citadel of Khiva, a town infamous for its history of slavery. A high-speed train then whisks her to the magnificent 14th-century architecture of Samarkand, before heading to mountainous Kyrgyzstan, where she meets DJs, K-Pop groups, eagle hunters and yak herders. Finally, her journey ends near the Chinese border, at the old Silk Road caravanserai of Tash Rabat. Last in the series.

Grand Designs (C4, 9pm)

GALLERY owner Elinor and fitness entrepreneur Born set themselves the task of creating Britain's first hypoallergenic house in a leafy back garden plot in south west London.

Driven by the need to alleviate their two young sons' life-threatening allergies, their new part-submerged, shed-inspired home, will be constructed using low toxin materials and deploy cutting-edge filtration systems to clean the air they breathe. Will their innovative new house deliver the benefits Elinor and Born are hoping for?

The Apprentice (BBC1, 9pm)

THERE'S "no time for nonsense", according the explosive trailer for this year's series.

And to demonstrate just how much is at stake, Lord Sugar summons the aspiring entrepreneurs to his boardroom where he kicks off by sending the candidates abroad. The teams jet off to this year's capital of culture, Valletta, in Mediterranean Malta, on a day-long shopping spree. The challenge: to bag nine Maltese items for the lowest possible prices before reuniting back at the airport by 7pm. As both teams navigate their way to the finish, one takes a gamble by returning with items missing, while the other faces mutiny by disregarding the deadline. In a heated boardroom, Karen Brady and Claude Littner reveal who's not pulled their weight, while Lord Sugar doles out some hefty fines. Then someone on the losing team hears those two infamous words - "You're Fired!"

Trust (BBC2, 9pm)

FOLLOWING Paul's initial kidnapping hoax going very, very wrong, this fourth episode picks up almost immediately where the last instalment left off: with Bertolini dead and Paul now in the hands of Primo and his men.

While Primo has already proven he's insane enough to kill, those around him are less straightforward villains. We meet met Fifty, the nervous, non-criminal cousin of Primo and estate lawyer, who has a no eye-contact meeting with Gail at the movie theatre and gives her a picture of her son a dead Bertolini. After receiving a copy of it in the fax, Getty dispatches James Fletcher Chase back to Italy to head up the negotiations. But the counter offer is not what Primo was expecting.