UK TV Listings For Bbc2 Wales

0500 : Pantocracy

A surreal sitcom about a reassuringly dysfunctional panto-family, which helps children think about how democracy works. [S]

0605 : Homes Under the Hammer

Martin Roberts and Lucy Alexander visit a derelict house in Darlington, a one-bedroom flat in West Hampstead and a former social club with a first-floor flat in Devon. [S]

0705 : Street Patrol UK

13/15. Dominic Littlewood looks at antisocial behaviour. In this episode the police in South Wales crack down on illegal off-roaders that are damaging the forestry. [S]

0750 : Caught Red Handed

13/20. A look at new ways of catching criminals. A great-grandmother provides evidence of bullying by her so-called carers, and a sharp-eyed salesman rounds up some sofa rustlers. [S]

0820 : Animal Saints and Sinners

Animal documentary series. Dog control officers are on the trail of a roaming dog who is found by a familiar face. [AD,S,SL]

0905 : Escape to the Continent

17/20. Italy - Le Marche: Brits test-drive an alternative life in Europe. Nicki Chapman hopes to find a property for a woman who plans to relocate her home and business to Le Marche, Italy. [AD,S,SL]

1005 : Gardeners' World

Gardening magazine. Monty Don embraces the new season as he harvests an abundance of produce, and Carol Klein explores the wonders of the fauna visiting gardens. [S,SL]

1035 : HARDtalk

HARDtalk speaks to Luis Moreno-Ocampo, who was the International Criminal Court's chief prosecutor for a decade. Why has the court failed to deliver on its promise? [S]

1100 : BBC News

The latest national and international news, plus top interviews and analysis. [S]

1130 : BBC World News

The latest international news from the BBC. [S]

1200 : Daily Politics

Andrew Neil and Jo Coburn with the latest political news, interviews and debate. [S]

1300 : Fred Dibnah's World of Steam,...

...Steel and Stone. 5/12. The Victorian Gentleman: Fred Dibnah celebrates the Victorian age, looking at the engineering, architectural and decorative skills of the day. [S]

1330 : Cash in the Attic

5/25. Series looking at the value of household junk. Ken and Elizabeth Currier are a couple with a passion for cars. They've decided to move to pastures new and invest in a sports car. [S]

1415 : Ready Steady Cook

Comedy actors Nigel Planer and Brian Conley set the chefs a cookery challenge with a taste of the Mediterranean and India. Ainsley Harriott hosts. [S]

1500 : Celebrity MasterChef

Culinary challenge. The semi-finals begin, and the remaining celebrities must cook a show-stopping dish to impress judges John Torode and Gregg Wallace. [S]

1545 : The New Forest: A Year in the Wild

2/5. A portrait of the ancient landscapes and spectacular wildlife of the New Forest, one of Britain's newest National Parks, seen through the eyes of the people who know it best. [AD,S]

1645 : Great British Railway Journeys

19/25. Sandwich to Folkestone: Michael explores a secret port that ran the first train ferries to France carrying vital supplies during World War I and visits Walmer Castle. [AD,S]

1715 : Put Your Money Where Your Mouth Is

Antiques challenge. Kate 'The Diamond' Bateman and Mark 'The Maverick' Stacey head to Porte de Vanves antiques market in Paris to do battle. [S]

1800 : Two Tribes

24/30. Richard Osman presents the fast-paced quiz show where what contestants have in common is just as important as their general knowledge. [S]

1830 : Eggheads

Dermot Murnaghan hosts the show where every day a new team of challengers take on what is probably the greatest quiz team in Britain, made up of some of the country's top quizzers. [S]

1900 : Celebrity Antiques Road Trip

8/20. Actors Lesley Joseph and Christopher Biggins battle in a competition for antique glory around Essex and Buckinghamshire. Lesley comes face to face with a unique artefact. [S]

2000 : Operation Stonehenge: What Lies...

...Beneath. 2/2. A closer look at the stone circle and the ancient civilisation that flourished around it. [AD,S]

2100 : Penguins on a Plane: Great...

...Animal Moves. 2/2. Featuring three saltwater crocodiles, two arctic wolves and a shark ray named Boris. [AD,S]

2200 : Mock the Week

8/14. Dara O Briain hosts the topical panel show as guests Rob Beckett, Gary Delaney, Sara Pascoe and Romesh Ranganathan take a satirical swipe at the week's news. [S]

2230 : Newsnight

The stories behind the day's headlines. Kirsty Wark is in Edinburgh for the Scottish referendum and Katie Razzall reports from London. [S] Followed by weather.

2320 : Scotland Decides - The Result

Glenn Campbell, Brian Taylor and Jackie Bird provide extensive coverage as Scotland votes on the independence referendum. [S]

0500 : History Hunt

1/2. Joe Crowley challenges children to use technological tricks to unearth clues about the unsung historical heroes who lived and worked in their home town. [S]

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