Bindi, The Jungle Girl, 3pm, ABC Bindi Irwin, pictured, is a chip off the old block. There has been a lot of speculation about the appropriateness of putting these first episodes to air, as they feature Steve Irwin and it is both spooky and touching to see him again. But can you imagine any other major star having completed work pulled because of his demise? And the kid is a natural, just like her dad, with a gift for animal interaction and buckets of enthusiasm. Good luck to her. The Hairy Bikers Ride Again, 7.30pm, SBS Dave Myers and Simon King are back. They love riding bikes, eating and cooking, in that order. As in Surfing the Menu, the blokey element is prominent, but with a northern English slant. Tonight the hairy ones are in Madras, southern India. ‘‘ I dunno, Dave, I think your karma just ran over me dogma,’’ says Si. Groan. Medium, 9.30pm, Ten Joe Dubois seems to be still processing his recent experience as a hostage. So when Alison wakes up in the middle of the night with her usual little scream, and with a clear view of the next victim of a serial killer, who charmingly removes heads and places them on the shoulders of other victims, she gets a start when good- natured old Joe is not there to be disturbed and comforting. At that moment, Joe is in the living room having a Six Feet Under - style conversation with his dead father.