Sunday, 8.30pm, Seven In a programming quirk, fans enjoying Covert Affairs, which had been showing in this timeslot in double episodes, needed to tune in on Tuesday to see the final episodes, Quicksand and Lady Stardust. In case you were wondering, all 16 titles in the season bore the titles of David Bowie songs, just as season one episodes were named after Led Zeppelin songs, and season two episodes were named after songs by REM. As far as I can tell this speaks more to the utter pointlessness of episode titles rather than any specific influence of the lyrics of the song on a particular episode. It’s just quirky, OK? Anyway, it is immaterial because tonight the network is showing a double episode of repeats of Bones. Yes, you can see The Daredevil in the Mold and The Bikini in the Soup back to back. As those of us who have been witness to the network’s game of now you see it, now you don’t with this program can attest, Bones is based on forensic anthropology. It’s just like an American version of Silent Witness with sexier leads, and the odd stab at comedy. Each episode is about an FBI case concerning the mystery behind human remains brought by special agent Seeley Booth (David Boreanaz) to the forensic anthropologist Dr Temperance ‘‘ Bones’’ Brennan’’ (Emily Deschanel). These two have a lot more sexual tension than anyone in Silent Witness ever did. However, comedy and cadavers don’t go all that well together. And it never pays to get too attached to Bones because the network treats it like a tramp. You would do well to think of this as a one-night stand or, at the very most, a short, tantalising affair. The good news is that Seven intends to proceed with brand new episodes next year.