Glamour Game, 7.30pm, SBS Roulette? Polo? Nah, it’s the Miss Australia contest. Actually, that’s misses Australia, for there are lots of them. For more than 70 years, the woman who would become the face of the nation was determined by the Miss Australia quest. Meet the girls, now mostly older women, as they reflect on their experiences in the pageant. Beryl Mills won the first contest in 1926 and was rapidly shipped off to the US to sell Australia. So that’s where the idea that a pretty girl can sell anything came from. My Brilliant Brain, 8.30pm, National Geographic Are geniuses born or made? Marc Yu, pictured, is a cute seven- yearold who gets dressed for a concert as his mates are getting into their jammies for bed. Marc isn’t going to a concert, he’s going to give one. He can play more than 40 classical pieces from memory, and tells us he likes the especially difficult ones. Do kids such as Marc just work harder than others or are they born with brilliant brains? Rose and Maloney, 9.40pm, ABC For a cop show with a difference, it’s hard to go past this. Maloney ( Philip Davis) is a snivelling little twerp who plays by the rules and caves in to any form of authority. His partner Rose ( Sarah Lancashire), on the other hand, is a firebrand who is always getting suspended for breaking the rules. Tonight it looks as if the dynamic duo have made a terrible mistake, not for the first time.