The year-delayed Euro 2020 finals kick off tonight, French drama Lupin returns, there's Aussie drama The Gloaming, Boy George, Jeremy Clarkson and the best of The Late Late Show music acts . . .

Pick of the Day

UEFA Euro 2020, 7.00pm, RTÉ2 & BBC One

Darragh Maloney (below) presents coverage of Turkey v Italy (Kick-off 8.00pm), the opening game of the delayed tournament, a Group A fixture that takes place at Rome’s glorious Stadio Olimpico.

Turkey will be looking for a better showing than 2016, when they failed to qualify for the last 16 as one of the best third-placed teams, losing out to Northern Ireland on goal difference.

Italy, runners-up in 2012, are the group favourites, with head coach Roberto Mancini leading the Azzurri to a major tournament for the first time, winning all qualifying games.

And while France start the campaign as likely winners, this largely young Italian squad is full of promise.

Don’t Miss

The Best of The Late Late Show, 9.35pm, RTÉ One

Denise Chaila

This week's compilation episode features the best musical performances and interviews from this season's run, featuring appearances by Bruce Springsteen, Noel Gallagher, Sharon Shannon and Denise Chaila.

Boy George and Culture Club: Karma to Calamity, 10.00pm, BBC Four

Here’s another chance to see this entertaining, pretty much warts 'n’ all, documentary about the reforming of Culture Club, one of the biggest bands of the 1980s.

It looks at the history of the band, examining its rise to fame, eventual disintegration and the personalities within the group who made it such a success.

Director Mike Nicholls follows the band members as they meet in the London home of singer Boy George (above) to write new material following their decision to reunite in 2014.

Preceded at 9.00pm by Radio 2 in Concert, which features Culture Club. It’s also followed at 11pm by another enjoyable documentary, Boy George's 1970s: Save Me from Suburbia.

New or Returning Shows

Crouchy’s Year Late Euros: Live, 10.55pm, BBC One

Former England striker Peter Crouch (above) - yeah, the very tall lad - joins forces with Maya Jama and Alex Horne to offer their own take on the tournament with celebrity guests, players and highlights.

Crouchy also spends some time with players before they head off to compete for England, Scotland or Wales, as all three GB-based associations qualified for the first time in the competition’s history.

My Left Nut, 10.15pm, RTÉ2

Streaming on RTÉ Player

Here’s a BBC comedy-drama, starring Sinéad Keenan.

The series follows teenager Mick as he attempts to deal with his home and school life after discovering a swelling on his left testicle.

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His father having died years previously, Mick confides in his mother (Keenan) as he plucks up the courage to go to the doctor - all whilst trying to keep his swollen testicle from his friends Tommy and Conor, and his prospective girlfriend Rachael.

All three episodes will be available as an instant box set after episode one ends on RTÉ2.

Live at the Apollo, 10.45pm, RTÉ2

Here’s a new run on RTÉ2 of the BBC's long-running stand-up show, focusing on a different topic each week.

First up are John Bishop (above), Sarah Millican, Phil Wang, Ellie Taylor, Ed Byrne, Angela Barnes, Gary Delaney, Tom Stade and Laura Lexx all offering their thoughts on relationships.

New to Stream

All My Life, Sky Cinema & NOW TV

If you like tearjerkers, this is certainly for you.

Jennifer Carter and Solomon Chau are a sweet, fun-loving, newly engaged couple who are ready to start their lives together.

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But when Solomon is diagnosed with terminal liver cancer, their hopes for a summer wedding become impossible.

With time running out, their friends and families soon devise an inspirational plan to help Jennifer and Solomon realize their dream wedding.

Lupin: Part 2, Netflix

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The popular French drama resumes with the second part of its debut season.

Pursued by Hubert and his henchmen, Assane scrambles to find Raoul and wins an unlikely new ally as he draws up a grand plan to reveal Hubert's crimes.

The Gloaming, Disney+

When an unidentified woman is found brutally murdered, Detective Molly McGee (Emma Booth) must team up with Alex O’Connell (Ewen Leslie), a fellow cop with whom she shares a tragic past to solve the crime.

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What begins as a routine investigation exposes something more insidious as political corruption and shady business dealings intertwine with sinister crimes and occult practices.

To catch the killer, Molly and Alex have to face the ghosts of their past, the unsettled dead that linger in the liminal space between light and dark, life and death.

Clarkson’s Farm, Amazon Prime Video

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This new reality show promises an intense, arduous and frequently hilarious year in the life of Britain’s most unlikely farmer, Jeremy Clarkson.

He and his rag-tag band of agricultural associates face-up to a backdrop of unhelpful weather, disobedient animals, unresponsive crops and an unexpected pandemic.

This is - quite literally - a major change of pace for the former Top Gear presenter.

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