Another sizzling series of Love Island kicks off tonight at 9pm on ITV2.
Laura Whitmore is back to oversee the coupling up and mugging off from the Mallorca villa, as we get to know the first crop of contestants in the debut episode.
Meanwhile, Susan Calman's off to the seaside on Channel 5 and there's more delights of Devon and Cornwall on Channel 4.
Devon & Cornwall - 8pm - Channel 4
This time the south west-focused series looks at a wheelwright and his tears restore a Victorian bicycle.
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A couple also compete in a regatta to celebrate the 70th anniversary of the Fowey River Class sailing dinghy.
Plus, a stonemason sets about restoring a crumbling landmark.
Susan Calman’s Grand Week by the Sea - 8pm - Channel 5
The Scottish comedian's off on a series of seaside adventures, with her first stop in Great Yarmouth where she's joined by Joe Pasquale.
The Lord Mayor gives her a list of things to do and see, while she ends end taking part in a spot of synchronised swimming at Britain's last surviving circus building and also learns the secrets behind a stick of rock.
Love Island - 9pm - ITV2
A new crop of singletons land in the famous villa tonight in the hope of finding love - and undoubtedly a sponsorship deal or two.
The first lot of contestants have already been revealed, including a PE teacher, a model, and a luxury events host.
Laura Whitmore hosts while Iain Stirling returns with a quippy voiceover.
24 Hours in A&E - 9pm - Channel 4
The patients at the London hospital tonight include an 11-year-old who's brought in after being hit by a car and showing signs of possible internal bleeding.
There's also a woman who's injured after tripping over her cat.
Meanwhile, a doctor shares his story of living away from his family during lockdown to help keep them safe.
Do Black Lives Still Matter? - 10.35pm - BBC One
The final episode of the series sees grime star Saskilla look into the topic of music after the industry pledged to support Black artists in the wake of outrage sparked by the death of George Floyd in the US last year.
He examines what music powerhouses have done in the subsequent year and if any lasting change has actually been implemented.
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