TV tonight: Billie Eilish gets things underway at Glastonbury

Expect considerable excitement at Worthy Farm as the first full day of festivities for three years gets under way. In addition to the occasion itself, it’s also a belting day of music across many stages and, accordingly, many BBC channels. Headlining the Pyramid tonight is the frighteningly talented 20-year-old Billie Eilish. Elsewhere, look out for Isle of Wight indie heroes Wet Leg, Geordie troubadour Sam Fender and poised, versatile rapper Little Simz. Phil Harrison

Amid all the quirky quizzes currently on telly, here’s another high-concept doozy: Claudia Winkleman fronts this new general knowledger, in which contestants must correctly answer one question, and one question only, to win £100,000. The kicker: the single question comes with 20 possible answers. Ali Catterall

Young Rock hits a sweet, if niche, spot for fans of Dwayne Johnson: farce and politics. In the second season premiere, his family moves to Nashville while future Johnson – now a presidential candidate – is feeling hopeful. But could a figure from his past derail his election dreams? The second episode follows. Henry Wong

The unaccountably hilarious reality contest continues to charm. Tonight, four Stephen Babatundes attempt to persuade Richard Madeley, Judi Love, Kiri Pritchard-McLean and Scarlett Moffatt that a small Scottish house is theirs. From the deadpan conversations between the Stephens to the shine Judi takes to one contender, it’s gold from start to finish. PH

For decades, the glamour of the fashion industry has provided cover for sexual predators who target models – some as young as 15 – under the guise of career mentorship. Following the death of French modelling agent and accused rapist Jean-Luc Brunel, this new three-part documentary finally casts a light on this dark story. Ellen E Jones

Jonathan tells Claire a whopper in the latest episode of Romesh Ranganathan’s comedy, leading to a panicked search for a new flat. Meanwhile Spencer wants to audition for the school production of Cats, giving a mortified Jonathan flashbacks to the time he auditioned for Joseph and became the least popular kid in school. AC

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