Friday 30 October

Citizen Khan

BBC One, 8.30pm

New series. The family decides to have a family day out at Farley Manor, which is putting on a display of Indian treasures collected during the British Raj. Mr Khan’s efforts to impress the council committee are put on hold while he minds Naani round the old manor. Khan becomes much keener on all things ancient and Indian after meeting Lord Anstruther (guest star Peter Bowles), but his hopes of hob-nobbing with the aristocracy are jeopardised by Naani’s sticky fingers. Comedy, with Adil Ray, Shobu Kapoor, Krupa Pattani and Bhavna Limbachia.

Unreported World

Channel 4, 7.30pm

Reporter Morland Sanders and director Karim Shah travel to South Sudan in central Africa to observe the aid workers trying to reunite the children and parents trapped on different sides of the frontline in the civil war as rival factions fight for control of the world’s newest country. In Juba, its capital city, Morland meets Martin Odhiambo, whose job is to register children who have become separated from their parents. So far he has registered just under 10,000, though he believes there are many more still living in the bush who are too afraid to attempt to make the UN camp.

The Graham Norton Show

BBC One, 10.35pm

Maggie Smith makes her first British chat-show appearance in 42 years to help promote her new film The Lady in the Van, an adaptation of the memoir of playwright Alan Bennett. Co-star Alex Jennings will be alongside her on the sofa. Plus, Graham welcomes four-times Oscar-nominated actor Bradley Cooper and Sienna Miller, who are co-starring in new culinary offering Burnt. Justin Bieber shares a chat and also performs his chart-topping single What Do You Mean?