What to watch and review on Friday, June 11.
Euro 2016 (ITV, 7.15pm) The football is upon us. The first match of a solid month of soccer. France v Romania. Commentary by crazy Clive Tyldesley and gormless Glen Hoddle. Analysis by prattling pundits Lee Dixon, Emmanuel Petit and some other men I'm too bored to mention. What do you reckon on the TV coverage?
Big Brother (Channel 5, 9pm) Eviction night. I can’t quite work out whether any of the losers are actually leaving or just switching to the secret alternative house. Either way, this is a new kind of BB. A strange mix of Minor Celebrity Big Brother and Ex Not On The Beach, it’s full of vaguely recognisable Z-listers and their former lovers. Is this a good thing? Or has reality TV’s most venerable show lost the plot?
EastEnders (BBC1, 8pm) As Jane packs her bags to leave, the dysfunctional Beale family’s problems escalate. Meanwhile, Donna’s weird bid to have her brother’s baby continues apace.
Love, Nina (BBC1, 9.30pm) Penultimate episode of the excellent comedy about a nanny who moves into London’s most bohemian street. Based on a true story.
Mum (BBC2, 10pm) Penultimate episode of the excellent comedy (that I don’t like) about a grieving widow rebooting her shattered life. Based on a depressing story.