Captain Flamingo, 7.30am, ABC Sick of being a little kid in a big kid’s world? So is Milo, but his superpowered toys encourage him to become the little kids’ protector: Captain Flamingo. An American start to a young person’s cartoon day. Masterclass: An Audience with Filmmakers, 8.30pm, Ovation Tonight’s audience is with Australian film legend Bud Tingwell, who looks back fondly on his lengthy career. Tattoo Fixation, 8.30pm, Bio Where getting inked was once the provenance of bad boys ( bikers, criminals and sailors), according to this program, by 2003, 36 per cent of Americans aged 25 to 29 had one or more tattoos. ‘‘ Doctors, lawyers, everybody does it now,’’ offers a particularly inky fellow. A well- made and highly watchable inquiry into the historic, cultural and contemporary practices of tattooing that goes a long way towards explaining its popularity. At the Movies, 10pm, ABC Untrammelled by any real competition, unless you count SBS’s new 10- minute multi- platform version of The Movie Show, David Stratton, pictured, and Margaret Pomeranz keep their personal standards and the entertainment level high. Tonight’s movies include Cashback, directed by Sean Ellis, which started life as a successful 2004 short film and was remade as a full- length feature last year; and Hula Girls, about the quest to develop Japan’s first Hawaiian village.