Richard Arnold's Armchair Guide
A host of stallions racing to become their Queen's favourite hits our screen this week and that can only mean one thing... Love Island is back. Oh, and it's Royal Ascot of course.
Richard Arnold here to guide you through this week's best TV...
Royal Ascot - Tuesday-Saturday on ITV and ITV4 and available on the Hub
Ed Chamberlain and the crew are here to take you through one of the world's most prestigious horse racing meets but things will be a little different this time.
Obviously with no crowds at Ascot it will be time to don your fascinators at home, fill up those G&Ts and shout 'giddy up' to your hearts content from your sofa.
The action starts on Tuesday and runs right through until Saturday.
Love Island Australia - Monday, 9pm on ITV2 and the ITV Hub
Are you yearning for some factor 50?
It's time to head down under for some even hotter villa action.
With this summer's series of Love Island postponed to 2021, you can get your fix of summer grafting with Love Island Australia on ITV2 from Monday.
The episodes kick off at 9pm at each night and will be full of all the usual frolics and even some more fraught antics.
Alan Carr's Epic Gameshow - Saturday 8.15pm, ITV
Alan Carr’s Epic Gameshow sees the brilliant Alan Carr at the helm of five of the nation’s all-time favourite gameshows.
The series will see contestants hoping to win either big-cash rewards or top-of-the-range prizes. Alongside the entertaining, hilarious and nail-biting contests that viewers know and love, each episode will climax with an all-new epic endgame, bringing these iconic shows bang up to date.
From Play Your Cards Right and The Price is Right, to Take Your Pick, Strike it Lucky and Bullseye, players will be taking on each show for the chance to win some truly epic prizes.
Classic soaps - Available on the Hub right now
With filming on fresh shows halted, and those in the can likely to run out at some future stage, users of the ITV Hub will be treated to classic episodes of their favourite soap operas all available right now.
Vintage episodes of Coronation Street and Emmerdale will be making their way onto the platform every weekday, giving soap fans a trip down memory lane and a chance to relive some of soapland’s most iconic characters.Coronation Street transports viewers back 25 years, reopening its archive with episodes from July 1995, reviving memorable Weatherfield residents such as Bet Lynch (Julie Goodyear), Alec Gilroy (Roy Barraclough), Mavis Wilton (Thelma Barlow), Raquel Wolstenhulme (Sarah Lancashire) and Mike Baldwin (Johnny Briggs).
Emmerdale meanwhile flashes back over two decades to December 1995, ahead of villainous Chris Tate’s (Peter Amory) wedding to Rachel (Glenda McKay), and in the midst of superbitch Kim Tate’s (Claire King) affair with Dave Glover (Ian Kelsey).These episodes will continue to run on weekdays on ITV3.
Belgravia - all episodes available right now on BritBox
Belgravia is a story of secrets and scandals amongst the upper echelons of London society in the 19th Century. When the Trenchards accept an invitation to the now legendary ball hosted by the Duchess of Richmond on the fateful eve of the Battle of Waterloo, it sets in motion a series of events that will have consequences for decades to come as secrets unravel behind the porticoed doors of London’s grandest neighbourhood.
The whole series is available on BritBox right now.