You Don’t Like the Truth: 4 Days Inside Guantanamo, SBS ONE, 10.05pm
Canadian citizen Omar Khadr has been in Guantanamo since 2002. He was 15 when he was arrested in Afghanistan and according to international law he is a child-soldier. This documentary shows the interrogation between a team of Canadian intelligence agents and Omar Khadr using never-before-seen video footage of his questioning.
Australian Story – David Hicks Special, ABC 1, 8.30pm
In this revealing hour-long program, Hicks sheds light on his childhood and the steps that brought him to embrace Islam and become involved with fundamentalist groups in Pakistan and Afghanistan.
Modern Family, Ten, 7.30pm
Phil and Claire agree to swap roles for the day – Claire has a turn at being the ‘fun’ parent, while Phil stretches his muscle as the grumpy disciplinarian.
Packed To The Rafters, Seven, 8.30pm
Dave relishes finally having a relationship with his dad, Tom, despite Julie’s reservations about her recently paroled father-in-law. Julie raises concerns that Tom may not have reformed his crooked ways. Next door there is tension in the air between the boys, stemming from Carbo’s hurt feelings at having not been asked to be a part of Nathan’s fledgling car spares business. Meanwhile, Jake and Coby are surprised by the sudden reappearance of Alex, returned from New Zealand. Alex is cagey about what happened overseas, leaving Jake wondering what really happened over in New Zealand.
The Bachelorette, GO!, 9.30pm
Ashley and 12 guys visit Phuket, Thailand, where she and 10 of them visit an orphanage for children who lost their families in the 2004 tsunami. There are also kayaking and shopping expeditions before Ashley reduces the field to 11. Next stop: Chiang Mai, Thailand.