TV tonight: Diana Ross and Kendrick Lamar close Glastonbury

<span>Photograph: Jim Dyson/Getty Images</span>
Photograph: Jim Dyson/Getty Images

Diana Ross at Glastonbury

6.45pm, BBC One

Lauren Laverne and Clara Amfo present as the queen of Motown takes her rightful Teatime Legends slot on the last day of the festival. Turn over to BBC Two at 8pm for highlights of performances from Lorde and Years & Years, then watch Pulitzer-winning rapper Kendrick Lamar close the Pyramid Stage at 9.30pm. The Pet Shop Boys headline the Other Stage on BBC Four at 10pm, bringing the coverage – and Glasto – to an end. HR

The Outlaws

9pm, BBC One

Deep into season two, every episode of this unlikely comedy thriller is still a precise blend of wacky, gripping, funny and sad, based always on its beloved characters’ foibles and flaws. On the latter point, Darren Boyd and Christopher Walken both reveal the lost boys within their ageing men to touching effect. JS

Murder in the Alps
9pm, Channel 4

“I know I could have done better,” admits a detective in this three-part true-crime documentary. “How I could have done things differently does live with me.” It follows the case of three “ordinary” British family members who were found shot dead in a car in the woods near Lake Annecy 10 years ago. HR

Eddie Hall: The Beast v the Mountain
9pm, BBC Three

Overflowing with sad-eyed, performative masculinity, this documentary tells the story of the March 2022 prize fight between strongmen Eddie “The Beast” Hall and Hafthor Bjornsson. These enormous man-babies used to be pals before their relationship turned toxic. We witness the training, the protein shakes, the torn biceps and the fight itself. PH

Kelly Holmes: Being Me
10.20pm, ITV

After not publicly speaking about her sexuality for over 34 years, the Olympian recently shared that she is gay. Here, Holmes gets candid about how this has affected her life – specifically her mental health, as keeping the secret made her feel depressed and even suicidal. HR

Walter Presents: Seizure
11pm, Channel 4

Scandi noir goes supernatural in this new series about two Oslo detectives investigating the mysterious deaths of four teenage boys in an abandoned swimming pool. Film fans may also recognise the troubled Detective Max Sørensen as actor Anders Danielsen Lie, who played the drippy ex in 2021 Cannes hit The Worst Person in the World. Ellen E Jones


World Para Swimming Championships, Sun, 8.25am, Channel 4
From Madeira, where all 14 British medallists from Tokyo are included in Team GB’s 30-strong team.