TV tonight: the talented and tragic life of Natalie Wood

<span>Photograph: AP</span>
Photograph: AP

Natalie Wood: What Remains Behind

9pm, Sky Documentaries

From her first major role at the age of eight in the 1947 film Miracle on 34th Street, Natalie Wood was hailed as a future Hollywood star, earning three Oscar nominations by the age of 25. Yet her untimely death by drowning at age 43 in 1981 has since been the subject of controversy, with suggestions of assault. This film tells the story of Wood’s life largely through the narration of her daughter Natasha Gregson Wagner, who brings her illuminating filmic presence back to life. Ammar Kalia

Wimbledon: The Greatest Championships

2.15pm, BBC One

It should be finals weekend at SW19. But even if there is no live tennis to watch, fans are catered for by this countdown of the greatest finals. We can expect to see everything from Björn Borg and John McEnroe to Jana Novotna’s 1993 meltdown. Phil Harrison

Greatest Escapes to the Country

3.45pm, BBC Two

The Escape to the Country team have spent the past 18 years nosing around more than 1,000 aspirational properties so it is no surprise that this best-of series has stretched to 15 episodes. The last in the current run spotlights some of the most far-flung piles to ever feature. Graeme Virtue

The Voice Kids

7.25pm, ITV

Filmed before lockdown, the pint-sized version of singing contest The Voice returns for its third series, with judging coming in the form of Voice stalwart, singer Pixie Lott, McFly’s Danny Jones and new addition Paloma Faith. The hopefuls will be performing to win a £30,000 bursary. AK

How To Build British: Aston Martin

8pm, Channel 4

The how-it’s-made series continues, this week giving viewers access to the Aston Martin factory in Warwickshire to document the step-by-step process of putting together their sleek supercars. The £237,000 DBS Superleggera is the focus with its moon rock paintwork. AK

The Queen: Duty Before Family?

9.15pm, Channel 5

Elizabeth II’s reign has been peppered with personal crises within the royal family, from Margaret being denied her choice of husband to the death of Diana, the departure of Harry to Andrew’s unfortunate friendship choices. In this doc, “insiders” analyse how well the Queen coped. Jack Seale

Film choice

X+Y, 12.05am, BBC One

Morgan Matthews’s charming drama tells the story of brilliant young mathematicians who are on the autistic spectrum and bound for the International Mathematical Olympiad. Asa Butterfield is Nathan, who meets up with Chinese prodigy Zhang Mei (Jo Yang); and there’s cosy support from Sally Hawkins and Rafe Spall. Paul Howlett

Live sport

Premier League Football: Watford v Newcastle United, 12.30pm, Amazon Prime Video. Free-to-air match.

Test Cricket: England v West Indies, 3.35pm, Sky Sports Cricket. Day four of the first Test at Ageas Bowl in Southampton.

Premier League Football: Sheffield United v Chelsea, 5pm, Sky Sports Main Event. Action from Bramall Lane.