Tonight's viewing is dominated by the return of Love Island, Wimbledon is back too, there’s a new documentary series about Irish Olympic hopefuls called Horizon Tokyo - and there’s the Wellington Paranormal Christmas Special!

Pick of the Day

Love Island, 9.00pm, Virgin Media One & ITV2

Love is in the air – well, love of money and the oxygen of exposure – as Love Island returns with the latest batch of bronzed and buffed wannabes looking to boost their online social status and bank balance.

Viewer will lap it up, of course. This is the ideal summer distraction, especially at a time when there’s pretty much nowhere else to go, and nothing else to do but watch the temperature and temptations rise.

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Laua Whitmore hosts, while her hubby Iain Stirling does the voiceovers as the new run opens with a look at the villa as the contestants get their first look at each other.

Expect drama from the start.

Don’t Miss

Today at Wimbledon, 8.30pm, BBC Two

Up until our late teens, my mates and I spent about 30 hours a week playing football. But every summer there was a two-week break for street tennis that coincided with Wimbledon.

Every year when the competition comes around, I’m brought back to those idyllic days before adulthood raised its complicated head. Here we go again . . .

Clare Balding (above) presents highlights of the opening day's play at the All England Club, where the first round got under way in the men's and ladies' singles.

Novak Djokovic was scheduled on Centre Court to begin the defence of the title he won when the tournament was last held in 2019. Which seems like a century ago now.

9-1-1, 9.00pm, Sky Witness

Streaming on NOW TV

As season four of this often inventive firefighter drama continues, the 118 crew race to save a man under siege by his high-tech smart home, and a yoga teacher who has lost her vision.

Meanwhile, Athena hunts down a bank robber disguised by Covid protocols, Buck confides in Maddie, Hen clashes with her antagonizing medical school lab partner and members of the 118's crew prep for an out-of-state mission.

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That mission can be seen in 9-1-1: Lone Star, which follows at 10.00pm, also on Sky Witness and streaming on NOW TV.

In a crossover episode with 9-1-1, a wildfire spreads across Texas and Buck Buckley, Hen Wilson and Eddie Diaz from the 118 firehouse in Los Angeles arrive in Austin to help Captain Strand and the 126.

UEFA Euro 2020, 7.30pm, RTÉ2

Coverage of the sixth match in the last 16, as tournament favourites France (below, against Germany) face outsiders Switzerland at Romania’s National Arena Bucharest (KO 8pm).

Both sides go into this tie with just one win each, but anything other than a French victory would be a major shock.

Darragh Maloney presents, with analysis from Aine O'Gorman, Dietmar Hamann and Damien Duff, and commentary by Des Curran and Stephen Kelly.

Victoria Wood: The Secret List, 9.00pm, BBC Two

With a career spanning more than 40 years and crossing every possible genre, Victoria Wood (above) amassed a massive back catalogue.

This documentary offers a unique opportunity to see the very best bits of her work that she loved the most, drawing on some of the 20 sketches chosen by her in a notebook discovered after her death.

Plus, contributors including Russell T Davies, Ken Loach, Winsome Pinnock, Jane Wymark and Joan Armatrading discuss her broad catalogue of award-winning comedy.

Narrated by Sara Pascoe.

New or Returning Shows

Horizon Tokyo, 10.35pm, RTÉ One

Streaming on the RTÉ Player

This is a three-part documentary series following nine Irish athletes on and off the track over the course of three years as they try to qualify for the Olympic Games in Tokyo.

Kellie Harrington (above) must overcome broken hands, a corruption scandal and a pandemic to qualify her place on the Irish Olympic team.

Meanwhile Ciara Mageean's move to Manchester sets her up for the Games of her life, and Shane Ryan looks to secure his spot at his second Olympics.

NIt’s narrated by former boxer Andy Lee, who competed at the Athens Games in 2004.

Crimecall, 9.35pm, RTÉ One

Sharon Ní Bheoláin (below) returns to present the long-running, monthly programme that uses reconstructions, CCTV footage and live studio appeals to look for information from the public, to help with Garda investigations.

GAA Cúl Camps, 7.30pm, TG4

Streaming on TG4.ie

Back for a second season, the series will also be available on the TG4 player TG4.ie, making the return to camp activity, both live and on demand, available to everyone at home and abroad.

Grainne Bleasdale (Pic: Andrew Downes)

This year's run will include skills, drills and segments from GAA experts that will appeal to all the family.

Those involved include All-Ireland winning Dublin Ladies Football star Sinéad Aherne, Cork Camogie champion Linda Collins, Waterford Hurler Tadhg de Búrca, and Tipperary's Séamus Kennedy, along with Galway Footballer Paul Conroy and Donegal's Ryan McHugh.

Each programme will feature two families who will try their new skills, and will be presented by Gráinne Bleasdale.

Ending Tonight

Do Black Lives Still Matter? 11.05pm, BBC One

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In the third and final episode, Grime artist Saskilla concludes the series with a look at ongoing issues with diversity in the music industry.

He questions the long-term benefits of the Blackout Tuesday social media campaign and if the money pledged by major record labels is enough to bring about lasting change.

Wellington Paranormal Christmas Special, 9.00pm, Sky Comedy

Streaming on NOW TV

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As the New Zealand mockumentary wraps up its second season, paranormal-chasing police pair Minogue and O'Leary are led to a crime, which happens to be at O'Leary's old family home at the top of Mt Victoria, by a series of out-of-date phones and electrical goods thefts.

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