If you’re not interested in a certain Sunday night soccer game, the good news is that there are other things to watch on TV.
The nation’s hopes rest on England’s shoulders as they face Italy in the Euro 2020 final at Wembley.
After ITV drew an audience peak of 27.6 million for the game against Denmark on Wednesday, they and their BBC rivals are hoping for colossal ratings for the final.
The BBC will try to steal the show from its competition by starting its coverage 10 minutes earlier at 6:20 p.m., with ITV kicking off at 6:30 p.m.
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Whatever the outcome, there will be at least four hours, possibly more match coverage on both channels, meaning Sunday shows like Antiques Roadshow and The Chase have been forced to give way.
But there are still options if you don’t want to watch football. here are some
Island of Love – ITV2
Even the ITV2 fixtures show has been affected by football, with Wednesday’s semi-final and Sunday’s final being delayed as a result.
If you are planning to watch England vs Italy and Love Island you will have to keep everything crossed, it does not go into overtime as the latter will start at 10pm.
And there’s some drama in store with the latest recoupling.
Wimbledon – BBC2
It’s also the last day of Wimbledon on Sunday and, just after the men’s singles final, the doubles final will be broadcast on BBC2 from 6 p.m. to 8 p.m.
Gavin & Stacey – W
W is showing three episodes of the first series of the BBC’s hit comedy.
Highlights include Stacey moving to Essex and Ness revealing that she is pregnant.
Scottish Coastal Railways with Julia Walters – Channel 4
For the show which begins at 7:30 p.m., the Billy Elliot and Educating Rita star travels Scotland’s beautiful coastal railways, meeting an array of characters on their journey.
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In North Berwick, she chats with Jane McMinn, a computer consultant turned master seaman and lobster farmer. Other destinations include Edinburgh, where Julie discovers the intriguing connections between the railway and the Palm Court and the clock tower of the famous Balmoral Hotel.
Best Exotic Marigold Hotel – Channel 5
The hit drama starring Judi Dench, Bill Nighy, Maggie Smith and Dev Patel will begin at exactly the same time as England v Italy.
It focuses on a group of British retirees looking for a new life who are seizing the opportunity to retire in India. But upon reaching their destination, things are a far cry from the luxury they expected.
The Handmaid’s Tale – Channel 4
Following Julia Walters, here are the fourth episodes of the gripping fourth season of the hit drama.
Sex / Life – Netflix
If you’re in the mood to get away from land-based channels, Sex / Life is still the UK’s most-watched show on Netflix, with interest heightened by its appearance on Friday’s Gogglebox.
The scorching drama sees married woman Billie become obsessed with the wild sex life she had before settling down.
Heer’s fixation with her past led to an infatuation with her bad boy ex Brad, just as her husband Cooper reads her diary online about everything she used to do.
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