Brilliant Beasts: Hog Genius, 7pm, National Geographic ‘‘ Pigs are here to stay,’’ announces the dementedly up- beat narrator in this documentary. All right, then. I wasn’t aware there was doubt about that, but thanks for clearing it up. If you can stomach that said narrator is worried you are a simpleton, there are some interesting facts about porcine intelligence. Bewitched, 8.30pm, Nine This seemed such a terrific idea at the time ( 2005), what with Our Nic ( Nicole Kidman, pictured) perfect as the nose wiggling Samantha, and with one of the all time great TV comedies, on which it is based, to plunder. But it’s like watching a house fall to rubble before your eyes. Dreadfully disappointing for the most part, as Darrin ( Will Ferrell, also pictured) is let off his leash only to fall flat on his face. Kidman, as usual, comes up like a rose through the ruins. XY Doc: For One Night Only, 10pm, SBS A thoughtful documentary dealing with a topic few think about: the sexual needs of the disabled. Twenty- four- year- old Asta is physically impaired and as a result finds women in clubs likelier to pat him on the head than give him their phone number. He lost his virginity on a trip to Spain with his parents, visiting a brothel that specialises in servicing the disabled. Inspired, he decides to return and take other disabled blokes with him. The reaction of his fellow travellers, blind Leigh and partial paraplegic Shah, to the experience ends up prompting interesting questions about the nature of sex and romance.