Wimbledon is on BBC One and BBC Two from 11.00am.
Sue Barker introduces coverage of the opening day’s play at the All England Club in London, where Roger Federer begins the defence of his singles title on Centre Court.
Versailles is on BBC Two at 9.30pm.
The queen’s behaviour places further strain on her relationship with the king, and Madame de Maintenon is welcomed back to Versailles as a permanent member of King Louie’s council.
World Cup, Brazil versus Mexico is on ITV at 2.30pm.
Coverage of this afternoon’s last 16 match from the Samara Arena. Kick-off is at 3pm. Belgium versus Japan can be seen on BBC One at 6.30pm.
The NHS, A People’s History is on BBC Four at 9pm.
A three-part series in which patients and staff, tell personal stories of their experiences of the NHS over its 70-year history.
24 Hours in Police Custody is on Channel Four at 9pm.
This edition confronts issues thrown up by the mass movement of people across Europe. Including a man, travelling on a one-way ticket from Bulgaria, who has been stopped at Luton.