TV Times top picks for today

What’s on telly tonight? Here the TV Times team of expert reviewers highlight the best shows on Monday 4th June

The Queen’s Coronation in Colour, 9pm, ITV

To celebrate the 65th anniversary of the Queen’s coronation, Alexander Armstrong looks back at that remarkable occasion. Tuesday 2 June 1953 saw the world’s first major TV event as the young Elizabeth was crowned Queen and the world was allowed to see the flamboyant ceremony inside Westminster Abbey. There are also interviews with some of the people who were there, including the Queen’s maids of honour and her cousin, HRH Prince Michael of Kent. Sir Trevor McDonald, Len Goodman and Alison Steadman share their memories of the day and Alexander meets some of the people who took their own home videos of the street parties that united communities across the land. Rating: ****

Love Island, 9pm, ITV2

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Those with a Love Island-shaped hole in their lives are in for a treat as the reality hit – make that BAFTA-winning reality hit – returns! Caroline Flack hosts as a new group of singletons move into a Mallorca villa, all hoping to find their soulmate. After her stint on Survival of the Fittest ended due to injury, Danny Dyer’s daughter Dani will be one of this year’s islanders. Continues weekdays. Rating: ****

Versailles, 9pm, BBC2

Prepare to head through the golden halls of Versailles one more time as this lavish drama, stuffed with sex, scandal and spectacular costumes, starts its farewell tour in style. As we return to the court of Louis XIV (George Blagden) for a third and final series, the 17th-century French king is more powerful than ever after defeating the Dutch, but new enemies are soon gathering. Prince Philippe (Alexander Vlahos) is safely back in the fold, but sibling shoemakers (Matthew McNulty and Jenny Platt) could cause problems as the series progresses. And who’s the mysterious prisoner in an iron mask lurking in the shadows? Rating: ****

More previews tomorrow.