This year’s Wimbledon tournament begins, glossy sci-fi drama Westworld returns for a fourth season, Sharon Ní Bheoláin is back with this month’s Crimecall, and there’s a new run of The Real Housewives of Beverly Hills . . .

Pick of the Day

Today at Wimbledon, 8.30pm, BBC Two

Like so many people, I will always associate Wimbledon with school holidays and the seemingly never-ending summers of youth.

Again, like so many people, I’ll be too busy working to check out the opening day’s early coverage, which began at 11am this morning on BBC Two, followed by BBC One at 1.45pm.

So you can’t beat the Beeb's daily round-up to keep track on the way things are shaping up. Well, unless you can take the fortnight off and put your feet up.

As usual, 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, for example, is scheduled on Centre Court to begin the defence of the title he won in the last three stagings of the event.

He won three of the four Grand Slam titles last year, but is still looking for his first of 2022, having missed the Australian Open after a dispute with the Australian authorities over Covid-19 guidelines, and then lost out to Rafael Nadal in the quarter-finals of the French Open.

Don’t Miss

Food Unwrapped’s Breakfast Buffet, 8.00pm, Channel 4

Matt Tebbutt visits the Shreddies factory to uncover how cereals keep their crunch.

Also, Kate Quilton finds out why some egg yolks are more yellow than others, and if it is really worth paying extra for them.

Briony May Williams meanwhile goes in search of the ultimate bacon butty, and Amanda Byram (above) visits the largest dairy company in the UK to get the lowdown on the shelf life of milk.

Dispatches: Ukraine - Life Under Attack, 10.00pm, Channel 4

The story of the battle for Kharkiv, Ukraine's second city, told through the eyes of the civilians and emergency workers who bore the brunt of the Russian onslaught.

For 10 weeks, a documentary crew followed fireman Roman, as he and his team tried to put out the relentless fires, and paramedics Tatjana and Irina, who attempt to save civilian casualties.

This special is narrated by Australian actress Cate Blanchett.

Bridget Jones: The Edge of Reason, 9.00pm, RTÉ2

Though it’s not a patch on the first Bridget Jones movie, this romantic comedy sequel - with Renee Zellweger, Colin Firth, Hugh Grant, Jim Broadbent and Gemma Jones - has a few laughs.

The disaster-prone journalist seems to have finally found the perfect boyfriend.

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However, when the couple start to squabble over their personal habits, she decides to decamp for a while to Thailand and write a travelogue.

Unfortunately, she has reckoned without the reappearance of a duplicitous old flame - and a spell behind bars in a Thai prison.

New or Returning Shows

Westworld, 9.00pm, Sky Atlantic

The Emmy-winning drama series returns for its eight-episode fourth season.

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A dark odyssey about the fate of sentient life on earth and based on the Michael Crichton book and subsequent movie, it started off really well, but the third season was both dull and confusing.

Here’s hoping for something like a return to form.

Among the returning cast are Evan Rachel Wood, Emmy winner Thandiwe Newton, Ed Harris, Jeffrey Wright, Tessa Thompson, Luke Hemsworth, Aaron Paul and Angela Sarafyan.

Oscar winner Ariana DeBose (who was superb in West Side Story) joins the cast as a recurring guest star this season.

Crimecall, 9.35pm, RTÉ One

Sharon Ní Bheoláin returns once again to present this monthly series of appeals for help from the public in solving crimes, featuring reconstructions, CCTV footage, news features and a panel of police advisers taking calls.

Aids: The Unheard Tapes, 9.30pm, BBC Two

Forty years ago, a mysterious disease first appeared in Britain's gay community.

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As the Aids crisis grew, a group of pioneering researchers began recording audio interviews with infected gay men and their friends.

The stories of men including David, Pete, John and Tony, recorded at the time, are lip-synched by actors, giving first-hand insight into their lives.

The Real Housewives of Beverly Hills, 10.05pm, Virgin Media Two

Streaming on Virgin Media Player

It's a new season of this reality show about the lives of ladies in the lofty surroundings of Beverly Hills.

As the high-financed fun and games resume, Lisa Vanderpump is ask to throw out a first pitch at Dodger Stadium, while Kyle buys $75,000 sunglasses for her store.

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Kyle wonders how to deal with her troubled sister Kim, currently in rehab, and Eileen suffers a loss in her family.

In the midst of her Lyme disease struggle, Yolanda shows up for Lisa Rinna’s birthday dinner, but her appearance draws mixed reactions.

Bog Amach, 8.00pm, RTÉ One

Tessa Fleming looks at the increasing number of people wanting to swap hectic city life, traffic jams and lack of space for a quieter and more serene life in rural Ireland.

She begins by neeting Dublin couple Will and Don, who are dreaming of new adventures in beautiful Connemara.

New to Stream

Chip and Potato: Chip’s Holiday, Netflix

Here's something for the younger viewers out there.

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Falling coconuts are putting a damper on Chip and Potato’s pugtastic vacation! With the help of a friendly tamarin and a new friend, they hatch a plan to get a puggy good sleep.

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