Tonight's look-sees include a new season of dating/reality show Too Hot to Handle, the final group games from Euro 2020, more Prodigal Son - and the last episode of In the Footsteps of Killers . . .

Pick of the Day

Too Hot to Handle, Netflix

Love Island may be on the way back – well, it’s returning on Monday night, to be exact – but here’s a show that gives it more than a good romp for its money.

And money, of course, is what it’s all about. That’s the only love that’s for real in these shows.

A new second season brings more gorgeous singles together in paradise to see who can give up sex to win the $100,000 grand prize.

With the cash total shrinking every time any of these singletons engage in heavy petting, it’s all about making connections through conversation.

Here, you can introduce yourself to the new crop:

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Don’t Miss

UEFA Euro 2020, 7.30pm, RTÉ2

It’s Portugal v France (KO 8pm) in both sides' final Group F match, which comes from Puskas Arena in Budapest.

Darragh Maloney presents, with analysis from Dietmar Hamann and Liam Brady.

France top the table with four points, just one ahead of Germany (who face Hungary in Munich, see RTÉ Player or RTÉ New Channel) and Portugal, while Hungary have just one point.

Almost anything can happen here, but you’d have to fancy France and Germany to go through – unless Ronaldo can work his magic like he did last time around.

Prodigal Son, 9.00pm, Sky One

Streaming on NOWTV

The procedural starring Tom Payne and Michael Sheen as the oddest father-and-son murder-solvers (one works for the cops, the other's a serial killer) continues.

When the headmaster of Bright's alma mater is found murdered, he is forced to face a troubling secret from his past.

Meanwhile, Jessica struggles with her decision to end things with Gil, Martin grows closer to Friar Pete and JT eagerly anticipates the birth of his baby.

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Location, Location, Location: 20 Years and Counting, 8.00pm, Channel 4

Kirstie Allsopp and Phil Spencer continue to look back at 20 years of trying to find homes for people with very specific criteria and must-haves.

For starters, Ghika and Ronnie's search area is roughly two square miles, and they have been looking for the perfect house for a decade.

Surfing is Jamie's passion, so he and wife Sam are looking for somewhere a stone's throw from the beach.

Then there are musicians Me'sha and Darren, who have viewed 70 properties but cannot seem to let go of anything on their wish list.

The Flying Scotsman: A Rail Romance, 9.00pm, BBC Four

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Here’s a repeat from 2013 that’s well worth a watch if you’ve any interest in steam trains.

Barbara Flynn narrates the story of the Flying Scotsman - arguably the most famous locomotive in the world, and one that symbolises British engineering.

In 2004, public donations and grants were used to purchase the train and keep it in Britain, where the National Railway Museum has been working to restore it to its former glory.

New or Returning Shows

Ramsay’s 24 Hours to Hell and Back, 11.05pm, Channel 4

Back after a break of a few weeks, here’s an extended edition in which Gordon Ramsay (below) revitalises three businesses in Ellicott City, Maryland, which suffered flood damage in 2016 and 2018.

It's such a huge undertaking that for the first time ever, Gordon dumps the 24-hour time limit.

New to Stream

Good on Paper, Netflix

When a stand-up comic (Iliza Shlesinger) and aspiring actress meet-cutes with a wealthy Ivy League grad working in finance, he almost seems too good to be true.

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The House of Flowers: The Movie, Netflix

The De La Mora siblings concoct a mischievous plan to break into their old family home to retrieve a hidden treasure of significant importance.

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Ending Tonight

In the Footsteps of Killers, 10.00pm, Channel 4

Emilia Fox and David Wilson (below) investigate the 1967 murder of 19-year-old RAF servicewoman Rita Ellis, whose body was found by a dog walker near her base, having been killed in a brutal attack.

Despite a number of leads the police have never managed to catch Rita's murderer and with a case that's 53-years-old, Emilia and David have a challenge tracking down witnesses, other potential victims and a suspect.

Ar Scáth na Sléibhte, 9.05pm, TG4

Presenter Cormac Ó hÁdhmaill explores the mountains of Ulster with the people who live and work around them.

In the final episode, he walks and explores the south Sperrins, an area rediscovering its rich Gaelic tradition, and finds out how local folklore is being collected in the Glenelly Valley for future generations to enjoy.

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