Imagine: This House Is Full of Music
6pm, BBC One
Alan Yentob returns with a new series of his Imagine strand, the first to have been filmed in lockdown. We open in the home of Nottingham’s Kanneh-Masons, a seven-sibling household of musical prodigies. Cellist Sheku is best known for performing at 2018’s royal wedding of Prince Harry and Meghan Markle, and with the help of his siblings has been livestreaming concerts during lockdown. They now grant us access to their hectic yet wonderfully creative lifestyle. Ammar Kalia
Billie Jean King: Born to Lead
5.05pm, BBC One
Rounding off a weekend of Wimbledon highlights is this 2018 interview with the US tennis powerhouse of the 1960s and 70s. A tireless advocate for the women’s game and campaigner for gender equality, King discusses her career and life of activism with Sue Barker. Graeme Virtue
Wild Tales from the Farm
8pm, Sky Nature
All the trappings of the cute modern nature documentary – sparkly HD close-ups, drone shots, jaunty music, out-of-control anthropomorphism – are here in this series, but we’re on a British farm. Chicken squabbles are intense; cows have never looked more glamorous. Tonight, a sheepdog is the star. Jack Seale
One Day: Sport’s Super Sunday
8.30pm, BBC Two
The 14 July 2019 was a remarkable Sunday. It was the day that Novak Djokovic and Roger Federer faced each other in the Wimbledon finals for the third time in five years and also when England contested a cricket World Cup final for the first time since 1992. This doc relives the outcomes. AK
9pm, BBC One
Scottish lawyer Walter Moody (Michael Sheasby) is a main character in Eleanor Catton’s original book, but he makes his first appearance in this penultimate episode of the costume drama. This arrival is still significant, however; it means the events that led to Crosbie Wells’s death are about to be pieced together. Ellen E Jones
Romesh Ranganathan: Misadventures from My Sofa
9pm, BBC Two
Why see the world when you have a TV? For comic Romesh Ranganathan, who has travelled everywhere from Haiti to Ethiopia and the Arctic on his Misadventures series, lockdown has provided a welcome chance to look back on his travails, starting with Zimbabwe and the Sahara. AK
The Last Black Man in San Francisco, 6.50pm, Sky Cinema Premiere
Squatting in the San Francisco townhouse that was once his family home, African-American Jimmie and his pal Mont ponder the insidious effects of gentrification. Writer-director Joe Talbot’s film is a seductively shot, deeply moving anthem to the lovably oddball inhabitants of a great city. Paul Howlett
Premier League Football: Wolverhampton Wanderers v Everton 12noon, Sky Pick. Free-to-air fixture.
F1: Styrian Grand Prix, 2.05pm, Sky Sports F1. Second round of the season at Red Bull Ring in Spielberg.
Premier League Football: Bournemouth v Leicester City, 7pm, Sky Pick. Free-to-air clash from the Vitality Stadium.