Tonight's sofa options include the return of Swedish cop show Beck, the last of the Euro quarter-finals, It’ll Be Alright on the Night, Pride at the BBC – and some cracking movies . . .

Pick of the Day

Beck, 9.00pm, BBC Four

The tagline says it all: 'Once a cop, always a cop’. Hypochondriac detective Martin Beck and his handpicked team take on macabre crime in the seedy Stockholm underworld.

Season 8 of the Swedish drama begins with Beck and the team investigating a drugs gang after the death of a young man, putting them on a collision course with an undercover operation.

This show has been on the go since 1997, so they must be doing a lot of things right.

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Don’t Miss

It’ll Be Alright on the Night, 8.00pm, Virgin Media One

David Walliams (below) is back with another compilation of TV clangers, gaffes and fluffed cues, all rescued from the cutting-room floor to delight viewers.

UEFA Euro 2020, 7.30pm, RTÉ2

It’s Ukraine v England (KO 8pm) as Peter Collins (below) presents coverage of the concluding quarter-final, which will be played at Stadio Olimpico in Rome.

England overcame Germany in the last 16, while Ukraine took extra-time to see off Sweden. And while the former will be favourites, Shevchenko’s side will be eager to make history by getting into the semis.

Damien Duff, Liam Brady and Richie Sadlier will be on hand with analysis.

New or Returning Shows

Pride Hits at the BBC, 10.00pm, BBC Two

A musical celebration for International Pride Month, with a collection of the BBC's archives' biggest stars, including Kylie (below), Elton John and Lady Gaga, along with once-controversial tracks such as Relax and Smalltown Boy.

The Ruth Ellis Files: A Very British Crime Story, 10.30pm, BBC Four

This three-parter's well worth a look if you missed it first time around.

In July 1955, Ruth Ellis was the last woman to be hanged in Britain for the cold-blooded murder of lover David Blakely.

Gillian Pachter takes a forensic look at the police investigation, and soon discovers worrying assumptions and problematic omissions.

New to Stream

The Burnt Orange Heresy, Sky Cinema & NOW TV

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This 2019 drama stars Claes Bang, Elizabeth Debicki, Mick Jagger, Donald Sutherland, Rosalind Halstead.

Charismatic art critic James Figueras (Bang) and his American lover (Debicki) travel to the lavish Lake Como estate of powerful art collector, Joseph Cassidy (Jagger).

Their host reveals he is the patron of Jerome Debney (Sutherland), the reclusive JD Salinger of the art world, and he has a simple request: for James to steal a Debney masterpiece from the artist's studio, whatever the cost.

Saturday Night at the Movies

The Post, 9.50pm, RTÉ One/8.00pm, Channel 4

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It’s some coincidence that this excellent film is on two channels on the same night.

Steven Spielberg's fact-based drama, starring Meryl Streep, Tom Hanks, Sarah Paulson and Bob Odenkirk.

In 1971, an American military analyst uncovers the depths of the US government's deceptions about the futility of the Vietnam War, and takes action by copying top-secret documents that would become the Pentagon Papers.

Washington Post owner Kay Graham and her editor Ben Bradlee discover The New York Times is preparing an explosive expose on those papers and, determined to compete, set out to publish them first.

Mission: Impossible - Rogue Nation, 10.15pm, Channel 4

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More thrills and spills from Tom Cruise, Jeremy Renner, Rebecca Ferguson and Simon Pegg.

This time around, the team of secret agents faces being shut down when the head of the CIA convinces the US Senate that it is too dangerous.

The operatives of the Impossible Mission Force become fugitives when they defy orders and plot to bring down a shadowy society of assassins.

Pride, 11.00pm, BBC Two

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Fact-based drama, starring Ben Schnetzer, Bill Nighy, Andrew Scott and Imelda Staunton.

Gay rights activists gather in London for a pride march in 1984, and decide they have a common cause with the miners' strike.

When their fundraising activities are rejected by the miners' union, they travel to a Welsh pit village to show their support in person.

Family Flick

Madagascar 3: Europe's Most Wanted, 6.35pm, RTÉ One

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Animated comedy sequel, with the voices of Ben Stiller, Chris Rock, David Schwimmer and Jada Pinkett Smith.

The escaped zoo animals continue their quest to get back to their New York home.

Having made it to Monte Carlo, they join a circus on a European tour as a means of travelling undetected - but an animal control agent is in hot pursuit.

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