Crouchy’s Year Late Euros: Live
10.55pm, BBC One
As the delayed Euros finally kick off, the former England striker Peter Crouch presents this late night entertainment show welcoming celebrity guests to analyse all the action from the competing home nations of England, Scotland and Wales, as well as predicting how they will fare in the rest of the tournament. Maya Jama co-presents, while music comes from comic Alex Horne and his house band, the Horne Section – all beamed live from Wembley. Ammar Kalia
Inside The Balmoral: Scotland’s Finest Hotel
7pm, Channel 5
It’s Christmas! Until it isn’t because of a new lockdown. So it’s a bittersweet ending to this easy-to-watch documentary about one of Edinburgh’s swankiest hotels. How much exquisite luxury can the staff produce before the shutters have to come elegantly down and their guests flee? Jack Seale
Gregg Wallace’s Big Weekend Away
8pm, Channel 5
In the penultimate episode of his food tour, Wallace stops off in Amsterdam for canal tours and tulip mania. First, he samples traditional smoked eel before selling freshly made stroopwafels and examining the works of the Dutch masters at the Rijksmuseum. AK
9pm, BBC Two
Pot luck: Monty Don offers useful advice for sprucing up containers to encourage a summer colour explosion. There are also green-fingered updates from around the UK, including a report from Staffordshire focusing on that most distinctive but delicate of flowers: the angel’s fishing rod. Graeme Virtue
Later … with Jools Holland
10pm, BBC Two
Holland continues the sedate, socially distanced format of his show and is joined this week by Romesh Ranganathan. Presenter of the podcast Hip Hop Saved My Life, he talks through his favourite rap performances from the Later archive. Plus: the trumpeter Emma-Jean Thackray performs. AK
The Last Leg
10pm, Channel 4
This team of banter gold medallists (Adam Hills, Josh Widdicombe and Alex Brooker) got their start providing alternative commentary for the 2012 Paralympics, and now they’re returning to their roots, counting down to this summer’s events in Tokyo. There’s still room for chat about the big news stories, too. Ellen E Jones
What’s Love Got to Do With It (Brian Gibson, 1993, 9pm, 5Star)
A gutsy biopic of Tina Turner, played with belting power by Angela Bassett. Based on the singer’s autobiography, it’s very Tina-friendly, but there’s much to admire in her rise to the top, weathering the storm that was her abusive husband, Ike (Laurence Fishburne), along the way. Great songs, too. Paul Howlett
Tennis: French Open 1.30pm, ITV4. Men’s singles semi-finals.
Cricket: Northants Steelbacks v Worcestershire Rapids 6.55pm, Sky Sports Main Event. T20 Blast match from Northampton.
Uefa Euro 2020 Football: Turkey v Italy 7pm, BBC One. Opening game of the tournament from Stadio Olimpico in Rome.