America’s Next Top Model, 7.30pm, Ten Six girls remain and another will be eliminated tonight. Does anyone really give a rat’s derriere? I’m sure modelling is a cutthroat, thick- skinned, take- no- prisoners kind of profession, but I doubt the reality has much in common with this drivel. This is some loser’s sadistic fantasy of how it all might be. Superficial as nail polish and twice as hard to remove. The Real James Bond’s Gadgets, 8.30pm, History Channel Wait a minute. Who on earth is the real James Bond? Sean Connery? Pierce Brosnan? Daniel Craig? No chance. As the Mediterranean sun glances off a stunning chateau, the camera closes in on a suited figure. Aaarghh! It’s Roger Moore. Put your hand up if you had forgotten all about him and the 14 years of his life he gave to raking in the lolly while playing the world’s most famous secret agent. ‘‘ When it comes to espionage, the real tools of the trade are even more outrageous,’’ he smirks. Which leads to the question: who is the real tool? Wire in the Blood, 8.30pm, ABC1 That very special investigator, forensic clinical psychologist Tony Hill ( Robson Green, pictured), is called in to investigate a series of kidnappings and murders — what else? The first victim, a young man, was beaten, strangled, and shot in the head. Why were all three murder modes mandated? I believe overkill is the expression. The same term could be applied to Wire in the Blood , now in its sixth series. Mmmm, murder. Must be ABC1 on a Friday night.