RSPCA Animal Rescue, 7.30pm, Seven Anthony Field, best known as the blue Wiggle, presents and narrates this new show about the RSPCA, as its officers go about their rescue work. Cases include a cat with paralysing tick poisoning, a sheep with so much wool it can’t even stand up and a beautiful labrador pup that has been abused, probably punched so hard that its jaw is broken and its eye blackened. Medical Emergency, 8pm, Seven Returning for a third season, Medical Emergency keeps up the good work of profiling the medical issues that plague ordinary people. Tonight, a Jehovah’s Witness injured in a motorbike accident faces a religion- based prohibition that could cost him his life; a breast implant acquired in Thailand goes horribly wrong back home; and a seven- year- old has abdominal pains. Manna for the medically curious, but not recommended for the squeamish. Peking to Paris, 9.30pm, National Geographic In 2005, Daily Telegraph cartoonist Warren Brown, pictured, packed his kit ( including a leather racing helmet that lowers your IQ by about 60 points when you put it on) for a most unusual re- creation of one of the grandest motoring adventures of all time. In 1907 a bunch of car enthusiasts somehow managed to drive from Peking to Paris. Brown and his team are going to try it, too. In splendid, fuel- injected four- wheel drives? Not on your nelly. The cars are all 100- year- old originals.