Border Security, 7.30pm, Seven More confrontations at airports with visitors who try it on. But nobody gets past the Spanish Inquisition, er, the Australian Customs Service. Amazing arrogance as would- be tourists refuse to be searched and flagrantly lie about what they have to declare. Why are they here? With whom are they going to stay? Grant Bowler returns as the voice and a couple of those cute Customs beagles are seen on the job. Top Gear, 7.30pm, SBS After three years the Top Gear team felt the need to make changes to keep the motoring show fresh and exciting, so they’ve got themselves a dog. She’s a labradoodle, a hybrid, like a Toyota Prius. In typical style, the lads congratulate themselves on their genius name for the mutt: Top Gear Dog. Unfortunately, she’s terrified of cars: they make her ill. The first car on trial tonight is a lurid pink Nissan Micra C + C convertible. It seems to amuse and embarrass test driver Richard Hammond, pictured. Enough Rope with Andrew Denton, 9.35pm, ABC No more remixes, Denton’s back with new episodes. And he’s off with a bang, talking to Gill Hicks, the brave and articulate Australian woman who lost both legs in the 2005 London suicide bombings. Her husband Joe also appears. The most profound moment in his life was realising the depth of his desire to have his wife back, regardless of her injuries or damage. Compelling.