The Biggest Weekend is on BBC One at 6.45pm.

Coverage of singer-songwriter Ed Sheeran’s performance at Singleton Park in Swansea. Coverage follows on BBC Two.

Britain’s Got Talent is on ITV at 8pm.

The heats of this year’s talent search conclude tonight, as hopeful variety acts compete to for a place in next week’s semi-finals.

Casualty is on BBC One at 8.25pm.

Iain and Sam find a confused woman wandering the streets, while Bea struggles to regain her confidence.

All Round to Mrs Brown’s is on BBC One at 9.15pm.

Tonight’s guests include former England cricketer Andrew Flintoff, comedian Jason Manford, and Olympic javelin thrower Fatima Whitbread.

Real Madrid v Liverpool is on BT Sport 2 at 6pm.

Coverage of the Champions League final at the Olimpiyskiy Stadium in Kiev. Kick-off is at 7.45pm. The match can also be seen for free at you-tube dot com/BT sport.

How The Young Ones Changed Comedy is on Gold at 9.20pm.

This documentary celebrates the legacy of the 1980s comedy series.

Cell is on Film 4 at 9pm.

Horror film starring John Cusack and Samuel L Jackson. A group of strangers fight to survive after a mysterious signal turns everyone else into bloodthirsty killers.