Football's coming home, or it is? There's only one way to find out and that's at 8pm tonight when England face Denmark in the second semi-final of the Euros.
Viewers looking for something else have the chance to get a look inside RHS Hampton Court Palace Garden Festival with a BBC Two programme.
Plus, there's a show made for feline fans that's dropped on Netflix today.
Location, Location, Location: 20 Years and Counting - 8pm - Channel 4
As they continue to look back on two decades of finding homes for people, Kirstie and Phil revisit those who wanted homes with character.
There's Chris and Louise who were after a statement property in Cambridgeshire - which proved a tall order even with a large budget.
Plus there's Colin and Robin who wanted a Victorian folly.
Hampton Court Palace Garden Festival - 9pm - BBC Two
The flower show at Hampton Court has returned for 2021 and is open for visitors.
Joe Swift and Rachel De Thame take a look at this year's designers and the work that's gone into their gardens.
Meanwhile, Carol Klein is taking in the Festival of Roses, Arit Anderson learns about an allotment trend and Toby Buckland talks through creating an outdoor living space for summer.
The Repair Shop - 9pm - BBC One
In this repeat from the fifth season, vintage musical instrument expert Pete Woods helps to restore a dented saxophone used during the Blitz by its owner's father.
Silversmith Brenton West's sorts out an 80-year-old brass kettle that's crushed and dull, while master saddler Suzie Fletcher repairs a leather shaving mirror used by troops in the trenches of the First World War.
Raising a School Shooter: Storyville - 10pm - BBC 4
This feature length documentary from Storyville sees three parents in the US talk about their experiences of their children being school shooters.
One of the parents is Sue Klebold, whose son Dylan was one of two teenagers who committed the Columbine High School massacre in 1999.
It examines their personal stories and explores themes of guilt, sorrow and love.
Cat People - Netflix
Cats and their owners take centre stage in this Netflix documentary that examines our relationships with our feline friends.
It focuses on some of the most remarkable and surprising 'cat people' in the world while challenging the negative stereotypes surrounding cat lovers.
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