Tonight's viewing options include the documentary Ghislaine Maxwell: Epstein’s Shadow, the final clutch of Glasto shows, Silicon Valley crime drama Silk Road, and some David Attenborough . . .

Pick of the Day

Ghislaine Maxwell: Epstein’s Shadow, 9.00pm, Sky Documentaries

Streaming on NOW TV

This documentary investigates the powerful, connected, and mysterious Ghislaine Maxwell, who was once the heiress to her father Robert Maxwell's fortune.

Her high-flying life was rocked by a series of scandals and accusations when she meets Jeffrey Epstein, the serial sex offender.

Over three parts, the series will untangle the complicated story of power, sex, and money, leading to Ghislaine Maxwell’s arrest and pointing to her upcoming trial.

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Legends of Glastonbury, 7.30pm, BBC Two

Lauren Laverne introduces memorable performances from the festival over the many years of BBC coverage from Worthy Farm.

The compilation includes appearances by Paul McCartney (below), Paul Simon, Kylie Minogue, Madness, Ladysmith Black Mambazo, Crosby, Stills & Nash, Jimmy Cliff and Patti Smith.

Also featured are BB King, Pretenders, Status Quo, Blondie, Eddy Grant, Shirley Bassey and the Who.

Live at Worthy Farm: Backstage, 9.00pm, BBC Two

Jo Whiley presents a behind-the-scenes documentary following director Paul Dugdale and his team as they put together this year's streamed event.

Featuring interviews with organiser Emily Eavis and key creative talent, as well as artists who performed, including Damon Albarn, Kano, Roisin Murphy, Wolf Alice, Kae Tempest and Coldplay.

National Treasures, 7.30pm, RTÉ One

Well worth another look, this.

John Creedon hosts as the team examines artefacts in Belfast, including a 50-year-old unopened Easter egg and a 100-year-old bus seat brought all the way to Ireland from New York.

Blue Planet II, 9.00pm, BBC One

This extended special of David Attenborough's nature documentary series journeys from the equator to the unexplored depths, meeting the best-loved characters from the series.

This comes with a new soundtrack by Hans Zimmer, Jacob Shea and the team at Bleeding Fingers - performed by the BBC Concert Orchestra and Mercury Award-winning rapper Dave on the grand piano.

The film ranges from the East Cape of South Africa to the north of Norway and from Chile to the Indian Ocean to show how animals overcome adversity to survive and thrive in some of the world's most challenging environments.

Live at Worthy Farm: Highlights, 9.00pm, BBC Two

A selection of performances from the event streamed across the globe in May, shot by Grammy-nominated director Paul Dugdale at Worthy Farm.

Artists featured include Coldplay (above), Damon Albarn, Haim, Idles, Jorja Smith, Kano, Wolf Alice, Michael Kiwanuka and Roisin Murphy, while spoken-word elements are provided by the likes of PJ Harvey, Jarvis Cocker, Kae Tempest, George The Poet and Michael Eavis.

I Am A Mutoid: A Glastonbury Hero, 11.15pm, BBC Four

This is a profile of Joe Rush, Glastonbury's `waste alchemist" artist, and his underground travelling collective of subversive performers, musicians and artists.

Featuring unseen archive from the Glastonbury Festival, the warehouse party scene, and art installations from London to Berlin.

UEFA Euro 2020, 7.30pm, RTÉ2

The round of 16 continues with Belgium v Portugal (KO 8.00pm), which comes from Estadio La Cartuja in Seville.

Tony O'Donoghue presents, with analysis from Karen Duggan, Kevin Doyle and Richie Sadlier, and commentary by George Hamilton and Lisa Fallon.

Belgium won all three of their group matches against Russia, Denmark and Finland, and are one of the favourites to lift the trophy.

Tonight they’re up against defending champions Portugal, who have the talismanic Cristiano Ronaldo (above) in great goal-scoring form so far.

This should be a cracker.

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Silk Road, Sky Cinema & NOW TV

Inspired by larger-than-life actual events, this riveting crime thriller follows the rise and fall of Silk Road, the infamous darknet site that sent a seismic shock through the World Wide Web.

Young, idealistic, and driven to succeed, Ross Ulbricht (Nick Robinson) creates the internet's first unregulated marketplace: Silk Road.

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But when it becomes a multimillion-dollar pipeline for illicit drugs, Ross is set on a collision course with Rick Bowden (Jason Clarke), a disreputable and dangerously unpredictable DEA agent, who will use any means necessary to take him down.

Family Flick

Early Man, 2.45pm, BBC One

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Director Nick Park's animated prehistoric adventure, with the voices of Eddie Redmayne, Timothy Spall, Rob Brydon, Miriam Margolyes and Johnny Vegas.

Young Dug's sheltered life with his Stone Age tribe is shattered by bronze-mining invaders led by greedy Lord Nooth.

To win his home back, desperate Dug gambles on challenging these more sophisticated folk in a contest they love, but he only knows from rock paintings - football.

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