Talking Heads, 6.30pm ABC Peter Thompson meets renaissance man Phillip Adams, now with a whisker- white throat to rival David Stratton’s, and adopts a suitably deferential tone. I like him, too, so I’d better shut up before accusations of promoting stablemates fly. ( Adams is an ABC broadcaster who also writes for The Australian.) More Than Enough Rope, 9.35pm, ABC The Andrew Denton remixes continue. Tonight Cate Blanchett’s extra bits and bobs add depth to what was already one of the former boy wonder’s best interviews. She’s so unpredictable. As Denton says, interviewing Blanchett, pictured, is ‘‘ like trying to catch mercury in a sieve’’. Also samples Rene Rivkin, Don Chipp and Daniel Johns, and features a cute new cut- and- paste technique where Denton comments on each interview’s hairier moments. His attempt to improvise theatrically was upheld by Blanchett but given the royal thumbs down by that Gosford gladiator Russell Crowe. Boston Legal, 10.30pm, Seven. Gigantic Clarence Bell ( Gary Anthony Williams), who feels so much more confident when in full drag as his alter ego ( the even bigger Clare) decides, having passed the bar test, to become an attorney. His first case is first- degree murder. If I were the accused I’d be feeling very nervous indeed. Meanwhile, that larrikin Denny Crane ( William Shatner) has been arrested. His new business, exporting human fat tissue for conversion into fuel, is technically illegal. Naturally, Alan Shore ( James Spader) must defend him. One of the most entertaining shows on TV.