Unreported World (C4, 7.30pm)

THIS multi-award-winning foreign affairs strand returns, with a film exploring the aftermath of Hurricane Dorian’s rampage through the Bahamas. When Dorian hit the region back in August, it sparked worldwide headlines. In its aftermath, reporter Seyi Rhodes uncovers the dark story of how Haitian migrants have been left homeless and now, prohibited from rebuilding, are being deported by the government. They live with families who are in hiding after their homes were wrecked and their documents lost. Their futures are now uncertain with the government threatening jail sentences and heavy fines.

Caravanning with Shane Richie (C5, 9pm)

SHANE Richie is ending the series by revisiting the beginning of his own love affair with caravan parks. He’s getting the ferry to Isle of Wight, which holds a special place in the actor and ex-Blue Coat’s heart. However, it won’t just be a trip down memory lane, as he finds that things have changed since his time there. For a start, he’s staying in a rock ‘n’ roll-themed caravan that comes complete with its own hot tub. Shane is joined by TV chef Tony Tobin to cook up the edible seaweed they foraged at Sandown. The pair also visit the UK’s oldest theme park.

Would I Lie to You? (BBC1, 9.30pm)

COMEDIANS Greg Davies and Guz Khan, Strictly co-host Claudia Winkleman and historian Lucy Worsley join host Rob Brydon and regular captains David Mitchell and Lee Mack on the comedy panel show. As usual, the participants set out to hoodwink their opponents with absurd facts and plausible fibs about themselves in a bid to secure a team victory.

The Graham Norton Show (BBC1, 10.40pm)

OLIVIA Colman takes over from Claire Foy as Queen Elizabeth II when The Crown returns to Netflix for its third season a week on Sunday. Tonight, the host chats to the Oscar-winning actress about the role, as well as her co-star Helena Bonham Carter, who is also joining the series as Princess Margaret. Black Panther star Chadwick Boseman discusses his role in new conspiracy thriller 21 Bridges, while Richard Ayoade talks about his book Ayoade on Top and the recent series of Travel Man on Channel 4.