What to watch and review on Friday, June 8.
Coronation Street (7.30 & 8.30pm) The world’s worst mother gormless Gail tells her mad son David not to get too close to Shona. Psycho Dave has yet to find out that Shona’s son killed his late, not so great wife Kylie. Meanwhile, Eva finds out that Aidan didn’t buy her an engagement ring. There may be trouble ahead.
EastEnders (BBC1, 8pm) Stacey worries how the Cockney rabble will react to her latest pregnancy. With shoulder shrugging boredom? Or is that just the viewers?
Gogglesprogs (Channel 4, 8pm) The junior critics return with their spontaneous reviews. Tonight’s programmes on the rack include Mary Berry’s latest cooking show, General Election TV coverage and the classic film musical Grease.
Question Time (BBC1, 8.30pm) A rare chance to catch David Dimbleby hosting an election special. As the dust doesn’t settle after Theresa’s disaster, the great man presides over a question and answer session featuring a panel of politicians, media luminaries and – most importantly – members of the public.
The Summer Of Love: How Hippies Changed The World (BBC4, 9pm) First of an excellent two-part documentary chronicling how three separate tribes of young counter culture rebels came together in San Francisco and triggered a global phenomenon. An extraordinary story of idealism, drugs and some pretty fine music.