With the TV schedule still very much dominated by the Euros, there's less choice for those not so into the beautiful game.
However, there are still a few options for this evening as a new series of Devon and Cornwall gets underway on Channel 4, exploring more delights of that corner of the UK.
Plus there's also a new series of Rick and Morty for fans of the cult animated series.
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Elsewhere, there's a classic film on Sky if that's more your thing.
Devon and Cornwall - 8pm - Channel 4
The series celebrating the south west of England returns for a fourth series on Channel 4 this evening.
The head gardener at Cornwall's Lost Gardens of Heligan sows the seeds for a wildflower meadow while we also meet Tristan Northway, an innovative fisher who livestreams his catch to his Facebook followers.
24 Hours in A&E - 9pm - Channel 4
There's more medical stories from St George's Hospital in London as the cameras cover 93-year-old Sir Robert's stay after he's rushed to hospital with a low heart rate.
Plus there's a construction worker with a crushed finger who discusses his male role models.
Ghost - 9pm - Sky One
The famous romance film starring Demi Moore and Patrick Swayze airs on Sky One tonight.
When Sam (Swayze) is killed by a thug, he tries to warn his bereaved girlfriend (Moore) she's in danger with help from a psychic, played by Whoopi Goldberg who won the Oscar for Best Supporting Actress for her performance..
Rick and Morty - 10pm - E4
The time-travelling adventures of Rick and Morty return as the animation gets into its fifth series.
Rick (Justin Roiland) hosts a dinner for his nemesis Nimbus, while Morty (Roiland) is in charge of the refreshments.
Do Black Lives Still Matter? - 10.45pm - BBC One
Following the increase in Black Lives Matter protests after the death of George Floyd last year, footballers across the UK took the knee and the Football Association made a pledge on diversity and inclusion.
Grime artist Saskilla investigates what has actually changed, in anything, in the wake of these promises by speaking to Premiere League footballers, coaches and managers.
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