Glastonbury dominates with the likes of Adele, Coldplay and The Chemical Brothers, while the USA '94 night on RTÉ 2 will bring back a million memories - elsewhere there’s more game show fun with Alan Carr and Phillip Schofield returns in The Cube . . .

Pick of the Day

USA ’94, 9.10pm, RTÉ2

The look back to the World Cup of 1994 begins with Peter Collins and guests looking back at the tournament, staged throughout the United States, in The American Dream.

This is followed at 10.10pm by Italy v Republic of Ireland Highlights, which offers highlights of that game at Giants Stadium in New York, with Ray Houghton's wonder goal the obvious stand-out moment, and a man of the match performance from Paul McGrath.

Don't Miss

Adele at Glastonbury 2016, 9.30pm, BBC Two

Tonight's Glastonbury strand on BBC. Two features London-born singer-songwriter Adele's headline appearance on the world famous Pyramid Stage in June 2016.

This was her second appearance at the festival following her small-scale debut on the Park Stage in 2007.

Here, she showcased her superstar status with hits including Hello, Rumour Has It, Skyfall, Rolling in the Deep, Make You Feel and Someone Like You.

The FA Cup Quarter-Final: Norwich v Manchester United, 5.10pm, BBC One

Gary Lineker (below) presents live coverage of the FA Cup quarter-final between Norwich and 12-time winners Manchester United.

Daniel Farke’s Norwich side showed little of the poor form that has seen them struggle at the foot of the Premier League table this season as they beat Spurs on penalties to reach the quarter-finals for the first time since 1992.

Their opponents Manchester United are yet to concede a goal in reaching this stage, having seen off Wolves, Tranmere and Derby.

Alan Carr's Epic Gameshow, 8.30pm, Virgin Media One

This week Alan Carr continues his run of classic quiz revivals with another game of Play Your Cards Right.

Four plucky couples test their luck against the ever-unpredictable deck of cards as they work their way higher and lower through the game, for the chance to win a £30,000 jackpot - but success can rest on the turn of a single card.

New or Returning Shows

The Cube, 7.00pm, Virgin Media One

Phillip Schofield hosts as the popular game show returns.

Firefighter Jason and competitive swimmer Michelle try to complete a series of increasingly difficult challenges within the confines of the cube, under pressure to hold their nerve as friends, family and the studio audience watch their every move.

The further the contestants go in this competition, the more money they win, up to a jackpot of £250,000.

Say Her Name: The Life and Death of Sandra Bland, 9.00pm, Sky Documentaries

An investigation into what happened to activist Sandra Bland, who died in police custody after a routine traffic stop.

Her death was determined as a suicide, but that ruling was followed by protests against her arrest, disputing the cause of death, and alleging racial violence against her.

Say Her Name: The Life and Death of Sandra Bland, 9.00pm, Sky Documentaries

An investigation into what happened to activist Sandra Bland, who died in police custody after a routine traffic stop.

Her death was determined as a suicide, but that ruling was followed by protests against her arrest, disputing the cause of death, and alleging racial violence against her.

The Queen's Favourite Animals, 8.00pm, Channel 4

For royalists only, this documentary's about the Queen of England's love of animals, from the corgis that have been her lifelong companions to thoroughbred racehorses.

The programme features contributions from childhood friends and jockeys who rode her horses to victory, and examines how the queen gained a respected reputation as a champion breeder of not just dogs and horses, but highland cattle.

The Glastonbury Experience Live, 8.00pm, BBC Two

Clara Amfo and Lauren Laverne present highlights from Glastonbury's musical vaults, on what would have been the festival's 50th anniversary.

Moments include Bruce Springsteen's 2009 visit, the Arctic Monkeys' (above) second time headlining in 2013 and Dizzee Rascal's Pyramid Stage collaboration with Florence and the Machine in 2010.

Plus, Janelle Monae ruling the West Holts stage with her catchy hits in 2011 and Coldplay's debut on the Other Stage back in 2000.

Coldplay at Glastonbury 2016, 11.05pm, BBC Two

Coldplay closed Glastonbury 2016 with a bang, bringing their powerful and emotive pop anthems to the Pyramid Stage.

Playing hits including Fix You, Paradise and Yellow, they were also joined onstage by Barry Gibb for renditions of Bee Gees classics To Love Somebody and Stayin' Alive.

The band also paid tribute to Viola Beach, a young rock band whose members and manager died in a car accident in Sweden just a few months earlier.

The Chemical Brothers at Glastonbury 2000, 10.20pm, BBC Four

The dance duo's Friday night headline performance on the Pyramid Stage at the iconic festival 20 years ago was an absolute cracker.

Featuring hits including Hey Boy Hey Girl, Block Rockin' Beats and Setting Sun.

Also on tonight on BBC Four, there’s Glastonbury Backstage Acoustics (7.00pm), Toots & The Maytals at Glastonbury 2010 (7.30pm), and Best of Glastonbury 2000 (11.10pm).

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