UK TV Listings For Bbc2 Wales

0600 : This Is BBC Two

Highlights of programmes on BBC Two. [S]

0605 : Homes under the Hammer

Property renovation series. Martin and Lucy travel between Kent and Durham to check out a piece of land, a flat and a semi with very different development times. [S]

0705 : Call the Council

4/10. Series following council officers. Officers lose patience with the owner of a filthy takeaway and assist the police in a forensic search after a stabbing on a residential street. [S]

0750 : Close Calls: On Camera

4/15. Nick Knowles presents close calls caught on film. An extreme sportsman films himself plummeting down a 1000-foot cliff and his parachute fails to open properly. [S]

0820 : A Taste of Britain

9/20. North Yorkshire: Food programme exploring specialities from around Britain. In North Yorkshire, Brian Turner and Janet Street-Porter start their journey on the Roman walls of York. [S,SL]

0905 : £100k House: Tricks of the Trade

3/6. Kieran Long and Piers Taylor help homeowners as they take on ambitious building projects. This time, a home unsuitable for family life needs a bold architectural solution. [S,SL]

1005 : Sea City

1/3. Series going behind the scenes at the Port of Southampton. Red Funnel ferries staff try to stick to their schedules as thousands of people head to a festival on the Isle of Wight. [S,SL]

1035 : The Travel Show

Series showcasing the best of travel across the globe. Keith Wallace is in the west of Iceland, where a new tunnel is being dug deep into the heart of Langjokull glacier. [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 presents the latest political news, interviews and debate. [S]

1300 : A Taste of My Life

9/9. Brenda Blethyn: Nigel Slater explores celebrities' experiences of food. Actress Brenda Blethyn talks with fondness about growing up as one of nine children in a time of rationing. [S]

1330 : Ready Steady Cook

Actor William Tapley and dancer Hannah Vassallo dish up a gourmet feast in the red and green kitchens, as Ainsley Harriott introduces another classic twenty-minute cooking challenge. [S]

1415 : The Rockford Files

10/22. Black Mirror: Part 2: American drama series about a Californian private eye. Jim tries to trace Megan's stalker. [S]

1500 : Cagney and Lacey

Police drama series about two women detectives in New York. Cagney and Lacey investigate why elderly tenants are suffering suspicious fates. [S]

1550 : Who Do You Think You Are?

5/10. Hugh Dennis: Celebrity genealogy series. Comedian Hugh Dennis learns more about his two grandfathers, whose experiences of the First World War were very different. [AD,S]

1650 : Great British Railway Journeys

15/25. Port Talbot to Milford Haven: Michael Portillo explores the Victorian railway legacy behind the steel works of Port Talbot and uncovers the whaling past of Milford Haven. [AD,S]

1720 : Flog It!

The team visit Balbirnie House near Glenrothes, in the Kingdom of Fife. Gems include a Japanese ivory panel and a pristine 1950s train set. [S]

1800 : Eggheads

Jeremy Vine 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]

1830 : Strictly Come Dancing - It...

...Takes Two. Zoe Ball takes a sneak peek into rehearsals and the star-studded Friday Panel looks forward to the next show. [S]

1900 : Sport Wales

Jamie Roberts and George North talk European Cup rugby, and Tony Pulis chats football. Presented by Dot Davies. [S]

1930 : Dad's Army

11/13. A Brush with the Law: Classic wartime sitcom. The chief warden puts Mainwaring in court after a light is left burning in the church hall. [S]

2000 : The BBC Children in Need Sewing...

...Bee. 3/3. The Sewing Bee returns for three Children in Need specials. Anita Rani hosts the final episode as Gemma Cairney, Kathryn Flett, Timmy Matley and Helen Lederer battle it out. [S]

2100 : Tom Kerridge's Best Ever Dishes

4/6. Tasty Dinners: Tom Kerridge shows how to cook the best versions of the food everyone loves to eat. He creates fuss-free dishes including lemon pepper chicken and rice pudding. [AD,S]

2130 : Gardeners' World

Gardening magazine. Monty Don cracks on with his seasonal tasks at Longmeadow. Carol Klein visits first-time gardeners Dan and Dominique as they prepare for winter. [S]

2200 : QI

4/18. Levity: Stephen Fry takes a light-hearted look at levity, levitation and lights with Josh Widdicombe, Sue Perkins, Frank Skinner and Alan Davies. [S]

2230 : Newsnight

In-depth investigation and analysis of the stories behind the day's headlines with Laura Kuenssberg. [S] Followed by weather.

2305 : Never Mind the Buzzcocks

4/13. Pop quiz. Rhod Gilbert, Noel Fielding and Phill Jupitus are joined by Kerry Godliman, James Acaster, Har Mar Superstar and Nicole Scherzinger. Contains some strong language. [S]

2335 : Later... with Jools Holland

6/8. Music programme featuring performances from contemporary and classic artists. Joining Jools are U2, Sam Smith, Interpol, Zola Jesus, Dave and Phil Alvin, and Slaves. [S]

0040 : Perfect Creature

Horror. Genetic experiments have created an advanced human species but one is born who threatens the peace. Dougray Scott stars. Contains strong language and some violence. [2006] [S]

0200 : Question Time

David Dimbleby presents the topical debate from Liverpool. On the panel are Alex Salmond, Caroline Flint, Mark Harper, Louise Bours and Len McCluskey. [S,SL]

0300 : This Is BBC Two

Highlights of programmes on BBC Two. [S]

0600 : This Is BBC Two

Highlights of programmes on BBC Two. [S]

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