TV & Radio
Tonight's TV: London Calling arrives on RTE while England battle Ukraine
Tonight Group D comes to a close as Wayne Rooney makes his eagerly anticipated Euro 2012 debut, while London Calling profiles Ireland's hopeful Olympians.
Main Event: London Calling, RTÉ Two, 10.35pm
New series. The trials and tribulations of Irish athletes hoping to compete at the 2012 Olympic Games in London. Race walker Robert Heffernan embarks on a warm-weather training programme while his wife Marian, a 400m runner, trains for the European Indoor Championships - but both of them are forced to juggle family responsibilities with their attempts to qualify for the Games. Elsewhere, runner Mark Kenneally gets ready to compete internationally at a new distance.
And don't worry, if you miss it you can get it through UPC's new On Demand service - nice one. Being able to get RTÉ player on your TV is fierce handy.
Sporting Pick: Euro 2012 Live: Ukraine v England, RTÉ Two, 7.00pm
Bill O'Herlihy is joined by Eamon Dunphy, John Giles and Liam Brady to present coverage of one of the concluding matches in Group D, which take place simultaneously at the Donbass Arena in Donetsk and the Olympic stadium in Kiev, Ukraine.
The fervent home crowd will hope Oleg Blokhin's men can emulate the result of their only previous match against England on home soil, when they triumphed 1-0 in a World Cup qualifier in October 2009. Despite that defeat, England can still boast a winning record over tonight's opponents having triumphed in the three contests prior to that, and Roy Hodgson's men will be expected to add to that tally with a win in this contest.
Tonight's other clash features two nations that featured at the previous tournament, and both will be looking to improve upon their showing in Austria and Switzerland, when they failed to reach the knockout stage. France have the greater pedigree in this competition, having made seven finals appearances and triumphed on two occasions, but could only muster a single point four years ago. With commentary by Ger Canning and Ray Houghton, or Peter Collins and Trevor Stevens.
Movie Pick: Get Shorty, ITV4, 11.30pm
A film-loving Miami loan shark visits Hollywood to squeeze a debt from a B-movie director. He ends up using his impressive knowledge of all things cinematic to become a movie producer and help recruit an Oscar-winning star to the film-maker's new project. Barry Sonnenfeld's comedy adapted from Elmore Leonard's novel, starring John Travolta, Gene Hackman, Danny DeVito, Rene Russo and Delroy Lindo.