On RTÉ Two at 9.00, Suits has health - and bedbug - problems, while in Kitchen Hero: Home Cooked, 8.30pm RTÉ One, Donal Skehan rests his culinary road-trip until the autumn . Firsceal on TG4,at 10.55pm, documents Haiti as it picks up the pieces.

Suits, 9.00pm RTÉ Two

Dirty Little Secrets is the title of episode four in the legal eagle series. Harvey defends Jessica’s ex-husband Quentin from allegations that his firm’s medication is shortening lives as opposed to lengthening them. Continuing the health theme, Quentin makes an astonishing revelation about his own health. Meanwhile, Mike is assigned his first solo case, defending a tenant who has some trouble with bedbugs and a landlord who wants him out. But what looks like a reasonably simple case escalates into something much bigger.

Kitchen Hero: Homecooked, 8.30pm RTÉ One

In the final programme of this first part of the series (which resumes in the autumn) Donal heads sets up his stall at the Docklands Festival. Recipes include Blue Cheese Beef Sliders, Pad Thai and Salted Peanut Caramel Mud Pie. And he does it all live in front of the visitors and casual passersby, who taste his culinary creations afterwards. (Think about it, even on a much more basic scale, like making an omlette in front of strangers, say.) Got to admire the confidence of young Skehan and look forward to more of it when the summer ends.

Fíorscéal: Goudougoudou, 10.55pm TG4

Before January 12, 2010, many Haitians were unaware that the earth could tremble, that it could shake so hard it could make concrete collapse. Was this a punishment from God or the devil? Did the United States test a new bomb on Haiti? Whatever the interpretations, in the wake of the January 12 earthquake, a new word began to gain currency in Port-au-Prince: "Goudou Goudou," an onomatopoeic reference to the deafening noise of the earth trembling. Tonight's repeat documentary revisits the memories, dreams and nightmares of a dozen men, women and children in Haiti after the catastrophic event. Tens of thousands of people were rescued by friends, neighbours and indeed strangers, but the earthquake would ultimately claim between 230,000 and 300,000 lives.