Best of catch-up TV 31 July

Discover Richard Roxburgh’s slave trader past, delicious, low-cost meals with Jamie Oliver and the controversial world of anti-ageing clinics with the best of catch-up television this week.

Head First – ABC iView  
Sabour Bradley dives in head first, with unparalleled access to the controversial world of anti-aging clinics and steroid vacations, putting his own body, and ethics, on the line.

Who Do You Think You Are? Richard Roxburgh– SBS on Demand  
Richard Roxburgh has made his name playing complicated characters, but knows little of the players in his own past. Richard discovers his family’s footprints in an unexpected corner of the world in the new Australian series of Who Do You Think You Are?

Criminal Minds – 7Plus  
An elite team of FBI profilers analyse the most twisted criminal minds, anticipating their next moves before they strike again. In the season premiere, the BAU heads to Arizona to help locate a methodical killer with bizarre rituals.

Midsomer Murders – Jump-in   
When the wife of a wealthy mill owner goes missing Barnaby suspects that she has been kidnapped and sets out to unravel the mystery.

Save with Jamie – ten play  
Delicious meals which won’t break the bank. In this episode Jamie shows how to create a piri piri pork belly with crispy crackling & frugal hangover noodles topped with Asian-style crispy and runny fried egg.