Key Points:

8.30PM, TV ONE
THE TRUTH ABOUT FOOD
Does caffeine enhance or hinder your performance? Find out in the final
of this healthy eating series that also investigates the pros of eating oily fish and whether three square meals is better than snacking throughout the day. Vegetarians are also made to eat meat to see how they feel.

8.30PM, TV2
DESPERATE HOUSEWIVES
The Scavo pizzeria prepares for its grand opening, Ian has a surprise for Susan, Gabrielle is attracted to a lawyer, and Bree has an accident.

9.30PM, TV3
HEROES
Hiro and Ando find themselves five years after the destruction of New York City, where people with extraordinary abilities are labelled as terrorists and are being registered, hunted, and killed.

10.30PM, TV2
DIRT
Lucy sends Don to photograph Kira Klay's corpse; Don also gets an unwelcome visit from Prince Tyreese, and Willa shows journalistic spunk in tracking down dirt on a Hollywood power couple.


MOVIES

8.30PM, SKY MOVIES 1
Herald Rating: * *
ULTRAVIOLET
Another sci-fi action piece from director Kurt Wimmer (Equilibrium). Milla Jovovich stars as Violet, a highly trained warrior vampire protecting a boy who holds the key to curing the vampire virus.
Plenty of CGI action sequences and an altered colour palette, but it is
repetitive and looks like an expensive car ad. (2006)

8.30PM, RIALTO SKY DIGITAL
Herald Rating: * * * *
THE WINSLOW BOY
The most recent adaptation of Terrence Rattigan's play, with Nigel Hawthorne as a father who defends his son's reputation when he is expelled from a British Naval college. Well-crafted screenplay and clever, restrained direction from David Mamet. (1999)

10PM, SKY MOVIES 1
Herald Rating: * * * *
PATTON
Epic drama about World War II US Army General Patton (George C. Scott) that asserts he unnecessarily risked soldiers' lives to make a bigger impact with his peers and the media. (1970)