Tonight's picks include a Prime Time looks at the latest on the lockdown, there’s a new Ken Burns documentary about Ernest Hemingway, more Euro 2020 and Love Island . . .

Pick of the Day

Hemingway, 9.00pm, BBC Four

This promises to be an intimate portrait of Ernest Hemingway, considered one of the greatest American writers.

It's made by the celebrated documentary-maker Ken Burns, so it certainly comes with great expectations.

The documentary examines Hemingway's enduring influence on literature and culture and also penetrates the myths surrounding him to reveal a deeply troubled, controversial and ultimately tragic figure.

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The story begins with his childhood in Illinois, his time with the Red Cross during the First World War, his marriage and his move to Paris, where he started work as a writer.

Followed at 9.50pm by Michael Palin's Hemingway Adventure, a travel series where the former Monty Python star follows in the footsteps of one of his favourite writers.

Palin begins his odyssey in Spain, where he explores bullfighting in Valencia, before heading for Africa to see the spectacular Mount Kilimanjaro.

Don’t Miss

Bake Off: the Professionals, 8.00pm, Channel 4

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With just four teams left the patisserie chefs face chocolate week, beginning with a sharing dessert using both chocolate and a favourite ingredient of judge Cherish Finden.

For the showpiece, the teams must construct chocolate showpieces on a house-of-horrors theme, including a moving part, along with 48 smaller treats - all in just five hours.

Love Island, 9.00pm, Virgin Media One

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I got so wrapped-up in last night’s France-Switzerland game at the Euros, I plum forgot this was starting.

Anyhow, it’s day two as the singles settle into life in the villa and a daily routine of dating, flirting and dumping.

After the islanders paired up during Monday's series opener, they were told that Chloe Burrows would be coming in and choosing one of the men to form a couple with.

The fun and games are only beginning . . .

Prime Time, 9.35pm, RTÉ One

Tonight Prime Time has the latest on holding back and reopening following today's Cabinet meeting.

Like most folk, my head is wrecked with all of this - and I'm lucky enough to still have a job. It's obviously a nightmare for anyone who relies on hospitality for a living.

Fingers crossed we can get out of this mess sooner rather than later.

Stay safe folks. And don't lose heart.

UEFA Euro 2020, 4.30pm/7.30pm, RTÉ2

It’s the final day of the Round of 16, so after England v Germany at 5pm there’s Sweden v Ukraine at 8pm, with the winners facing each other in the Saturday night quarter-final.

Darragh Maloney presents the latest reenactment of WWII, with analysis from Dietmar Hamann, Kevin Doyle and Damien Duff, and commentary by George Hamilton and Stephen Kelly

For the later game, Peter Collins presents, with analysis from Dietmar Hamann, Kevin Doyle and Damien Duff, and commentary by Adrian Eames and Kenny Cunningham.

New or Returning Shows

Supergirl, 9.00pm, Sky One

Streaming on NOW TV

Season 6 sees The Girl of Steel completing her journey this summer, as Kara faces her greatest challenge yet in Supergirl’s final season.

As Brainiac lays close to death after trying to stop Lex, Supergirl and team soar in to save him, engaging in an epic battle with Gamenmae.

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Limetown, 9.00pm, Alibi

This show originally premiered on Facebook Watch.

It’s a spooky drama starring Jessica Biel and Stanley Tucci.

The former is apparently very good as Lia Haddock, an investigative reporter, journalist and American Public Radio host, who unpacks a mystery through her podcast.

Episode two of this one-season show follows at 10pm.

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Iberia’s Woodlands: Life on the Edge, 8.40pm, PBS America

First of a two-part documentary capturing the changing seasons and the life cycles of a range of wildlife in Spain and Portugal's Mediterranean forests, a region of great diversity.

Spring and summer in the woodlands see the breeding season in full swing, with some eye-catching skills help ensure their genetic replication and aid them in overcoming constant challenges.

New to Stream

Black Lightning: Season 4, Netflix

Wracked with guilt, Jefferson vows to leave his hero days behind. But new threats to Freeland - and metas - draw all the Pierces back into the fray.

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Ending Tonight

The Blacklist, 9.00pm, Sky One

Streaming on NOW TV

After eight seasons of all sorts of twists and turns, it looks like we haven't seen the last of James Spader chewing scenery as the endlessly duplicitous Raymond 'Red’ Reddington.

There will be a ninth season.

As the season finale reaches a conclusion, Reddington makes a disturbing request to Liz in exchange for the truth about his identity.

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