Tonight sees the latest A League of Their Own road trip kick off for Freddie Flintoff, Jamie Redknapp, Romesh Ranganathan and Jack Whitehall.
They're heading from Loch Ness to London, with plenty of challenges and laughs expected along the way.
Meanwhile it's a cerebral celebrity affair over on ITV as Anne Hegerty hosts Britain's Brightest Celebrity Family, with Vanessa Feltz and Matthew Wright first up.
Plus there's more entrepreneurs hoping to secure some sought-after investments on Dragons' Den.
Dragons' Den - 8pm - BBC One
University graduates Charlotte and Sean head into the Den hoping the Dragons will be interested in backing their organic superfood powders.
Elsewhere, trouble bubbles up for low-calorie craft beer entrepreneurs Charlie and Jason over their business' high valuation.
But will Peter Jones, Deborah Meaden, Tej Lalvani, Sara Davies or Touker Suleyman be tempted by any of the pitches?
Britain's Brightest Celebrity Family - 8.30pm - ITV
Anne Hegerty presents a starry version of Britain's Brightest Family as celebs Vanessa Feltz and Matthew Wright pit their families against each other in a battle of wits.
They will test their general knowledge in the hopes of getting through to the semi-final, bringing them a step closer to the chance of winning £25000 for their chosen charity.
Feltz is joined by partner Ben Ofoedu and daughter Saskia, while Wright teams up with wife Amelia and godson Elliot.
A League Of Their Own Road Trip - 9pm - Sky One
Jamie Redknapp, Freddie Flintoff and Romesh Ranganathan set off on a raucous road trip from Loch Ness to London tonight.
Comedian Jack Whitehall tags along as they begin their journey at Urqhart Castle while former commando Jason Fox and adventurer Aldo Kane also turn up to put the boys through their paces in an SAS survival challenge.
Pandemic 2020 - 9pm - BBC Two
The second episode of this look into the world's reaction to the coronavirus dives into the inequalities that contradicted the hollow messaging of 'we're all in this together'.
It tracks what happens as lockdowns continue around the world, told through candid interviews as well as archive footage.
Contributors include a French photojournalist who heads to the frontline, a Kenyan family suffering the killing of their son and mother-of-six Tanya from the Bronx who finds herself in the thick of things in the Black Lives Matter protests.
The Queen Unseen - 9pm - ITV
Many big events of the Queen's reign have been broadcast globally and she's one of the most photographed people in history, but there is still much the public hasn't seen.
This documentary offers a revealing look at the Queen, hearing from those who know the monarch to examine who she is behind the pomp and ceremony.
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