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Sun 23 Sep

3:10am
This Is BBC Two
Preview of upcoming programmes from BBC Two
(Subtitles)

Rating: 9
6:35am
Around the World in 80 Gardens
USA
Season 1 Episode 5/10

Monty Don takes his global tour to the US to investigate whether the world's most powerful nation expresses its wealth through its beauty spots. In New York he meets a group of garden guerrillas transforming derelict land into community oases. In Virginia, he visits a conservation project that details America's history, and in California he searches for plots that reflect the glamour of Hollywood
(Subtitles) (Repeat) (Audio Described)

Rating: 7.2
7:35am
Gardeners' World
Season 51 Episode 25/29

At Longmeadow, Monty Don plants bulbs in pots and around the garden for an explosion of spring colour. Carol Klein travels to Yorkshire where she takes a look at the enormous colour range and form of the late-season perennial the salvia, while Mark Lane is in Oxfordshire looking at how ornamental grasses can be used in planting design to create exciting combinations. Arit Anderson tackles growing concerns about the use of plastics in the horticultural industry and Environment Minister Michael Gove is quizzed about government plans for improving recycling
(Subtitles) (Repeat)

Rating: 7.4
8:35am
Countryfile
Harvest
Season 2018

Helen Skelton visits a farm in York to hear how the extreme weather has brought about a carrot crisis, leading to the lowest yields for decades and the highest levels of imports. In Cornwall, Steve Brown meets Seth Pascoe, who wants to bring the nutritional benefits of sea berries to the wider public. Adam Henson meets the Welsh and English contenders for this year's One Man and His Dog, and Charlotte Smith investigates whether farmers can really trust their banks when it comes to future financing. Including Weather for the Week Ahead
(Subtitles) (Repeat)

Rating: 6.7
9:30am
The Beechgrove Garden
Season 40 Episode 19/26

With the price of fresh produce set to increase, Jim McColl has advice on lifting and storing this year's harvest, then preparing produce for autumn sowing to allow for eating economically all year round. Carole Baxter revisits green-fingered nonagenarian Sandy Inkster at his award-winning plot in Aberdeenshire to find out what he has reaped and what he is sowing for next year
(Subtitles)

Rating: 7.6
10:00am
Saturday Kitchen Best Bites
Season 3 Episode 34/

Matt Tebbutt presents highlights of the series, recalling his favourite moments from previous years in the kitchen
(Subtitles)

Rating: 6.5
11:30am
Great British Menu
South West - Main
Season 13 Episode 28/45

The three South West chefs attempt to impress with their main courses, with both Tom Brown and Jude Kerama opting to showcase duck as the main element within their dish. Tom prepares a duck dish steeped in NHS history, while Jude makes a multi-element Chinese duck main inspired by his mum. Elsewhere, Olivia Barry hopes her decision to use two unusual cuts of beef will score her top points
(Subtitles) (Repeat)

Rating: 5.9
12:00pm
Great British Menu
South West Dessert
Season 13 Episode 29/45

With just one more chance to impress their veteran judge, the South West chefs are all hoping to use their pastry skills to deliver technically complex desserts. Tom Brown cooks an invalid fruit tart, inspired by a 1950s recipe, while Jude Kereama makes six different apple elements for his `An Apple a Day'. Olivia Barry uses stout in reference to an outdated old wives' tale, which suggested the drink was a healthy source of iron during pregnancy. As ever, eventually one of them has to leave the competition
(Subtitles) (Repeat)

Rating: 5.9
12:30pm
Great British Menu
South West - Judging
Season 13 Episode 30/45

The two remaining South West chefs try to impress judges Andi Oliver, Matthew Fort and Oliver Peyton, who are joined by Barbara Childs, a matron in the Cardiac Intensive Care Unit at Great Ormond Street Hospital, London
(Subtitles) (Repeat)

Rating: 5.9
1:00pm
Live PDC Darts Champions League
PDC Champions League of Darts: 2018 Day Two: Afternoon Session
Caroline Barker presents coverage of the concluding group-stage matches from Brighton Centre, as the third staging of the competition featuring the world's top eight players continues. Once these games have been concluded, the top two players from each group will progress to the semi-finals and final, which are scheduled to take place this evening
(Subtitles)

Rating: 6.6
4:30pm
Equestrian
World Equestrian Games: 2018 World Equestrian Games
Clare Balding presents highlights from the World Equestrian Games, staged in Mill Spring, North Carolina, featuring eventing and dressage disciplines
(Subtitles)

Rating: 5.8
5:30pm
Grammar Schools: Who Will Get In?
Season 1 Episode 1/3

Tens of thousands of children across England take the 11 plus selection test each year, and for the first time in decades there are plans to expand selective education. Filmed over one term with access to three schools in Bexley, which has a fully selective education system, cameras follow children and teachers to see how selection impacts on education. This edition follows children from Upland Primary School as they prepare to take the test right up until results day. They include 10-year-old Joanita, who has had extra lessons outside school for nearly three years in preparation
(Subtitles) (Repeat) (Audio Described)

Rating: 8.7
6:30pm
Live PDC Darts Champions League
PDC Champions League of Darts: 2018 Day Two: Evening Session
Caroline Barker presents coverage of the semi-finals and final from Brighton Centre, as the players to have progressed through the group stage hope to claim the £100,000 first prize. These matches will take place over the best of 21 legs, as the winner of the third staging of this tournament is set to be decided
(Subtitles)

Rating: 6.6
10:00pm
Mock the Week
Season 17 Episode 9/13

Topical comedy quiz show, hosted by Dara O Briain. Regular panellist Hugh Dennis looks back on another eventful week in news and politics, with the help of guests Ed Byrne, Ed Gamble, Kerry Godliman, Nish Kumar and Rachel Parris. Stand-up and improvisation are the name of the game as the contestants try to get one up on each other
(Subtitles) (Repeat)

Rating: 5.5
10:30pm
No Activity
The American
Season 1 Episode 5/6

Hendy works with an American detective while Stokes is back at the station reporting on the shooting incident, and struggles to contain his admiration for his new partner. Carol shares reminiscences of her romantic past with April
(Subtitles)

Rating: 8.4
10:55pm
No Activity
The Coffee Raid
Season 1 Episode 6/6

After weeks of surveillance, the drugs bust finally gets underway, with the entire department pitching in. However, Hendy is frustrated that he and Stokes are too far from the action. At the warehouse, Bruce and Jimmy talk about following their dreams. Last in the series
(Subtitles)

Rating: 8.4
11:20pm
The Mighty Redcar
Season 1 Episode 3/4

Fifteen-year-old netball prodigy Safy has been awarded a 90 per cent scholarship to a private school in York and could soon be on her way to playing for England. But finding the last 10 per cent is going to be tough for her mum. Mechanic Jess faces a big decision as her apprenticeship comes to an end, and best friends Bean and Tom are unsure whether to leave their beloved home town when an exciting job offer abroad comes their way
(Subtitles) (Repeat) (Audio Described)

Rating: 2
12:05am
American Justice
Reckoning
Season 1 Episode 3/3

When he was 12 years old, Sharron Townsend was arrested for shooting a homeless man in the head. Now aged 14, he is facing justice. As this edition reveals, in Florida, children can be transferred to adult courts at the discretion of the State Attorney, so there is no upper limit on Sharron's sentence. Cameras also follow Jeremiah Hill, who shot a man during a gun trade when he was 13 years old. Now the justice system must decide how best to protect society
(Subtitles) (Repeat) (Audio Described)

Rating: 4.3
1:05am
Question Time
20/09/2018
Season 2018

David Dimbleby chairs the debate from Dewsbury, West Yorkshire, with a panel of politicians and other guests facing topical questions from the audience
(Subtitles) (Repeat) (Sign Language)

Rating: 4.2
2:05am
Holby City
One Man and His God
Season 20 Episode 38/52

While scrambling to save a life, Hanssen and Gaskell recall the earliest days of their friendship, when a fateful encounter with a wide-eyed but driven Roxanna changed the course of all their lives forever. Under increased scrutiny and immense pressure, Gaskell wrestles with his conscience
(Subtitles) (Repeat) (Sign Language) (Audio Described)

Rating: 4.2
3:00am
This Is BBC Two
Preview of upcoming programmes from BBC Two
(Subtitles)

Rating: 9

Mon 24 Sep

6:00am
The World's Most Photographed
James Dean
Season 1 Episode 7/10

The story of a photoshoot that captured the essence of American film star James Dean, whose enigmatic and troubled demeanour epitomised youthful angst. During an intimate collaboration in February 1955, just seven months before the actor's sudden death, Dennis Stock produced a series of revealing and enduring images, along with photographs that were so disturbing he refused to release them to the press
(Subtitles) (Repeat)

Rating: 4.7
6:30am
Bargain Hunt
Carmarthen 7
Season 50 Episode 31/32

Eric Knowles presents from the National Botanic Garden of Wales in Carmarthen, with experts Kate Bliss and Ben Cooper guiding the red and blue teams. The presenter also visits Nantgarw China Works in south Wales, which produced one of the most beautiful porcelains in the world
(Subtitles) (Repeat) (Audio Described)

Rating: 3.1
7:15am
Garden Rescue
Fallowfield
Season 3 Episode 30/30

Charlie Dimmock and the Rich brothers help 82-year-old Anita, whose neglected garden in Fallowfield, Greater Manchester, was once the pride and joy of her late husband. It doesn't take the team long to take stock of the size of the task ahead of them. Last in the series
(Subtitles) (Repeat) (Audio Described)

Rating: 5.7
8:00am
Back in Time for the Factory
Season 1 Episode 1/5

Fifty years ago, 34 per cent of the British population worked in manufacturing. Factories mostly employed women, who made an array of clothes and household items that were sold all over the world. Alex Jones presents this documentary in which a group of modern workers go back in time to learn what life was like for women through the 1960s to the 1980s. They start in a re-creation of 1968, when the bulk of high street clothes were made in the UK. The reality of the production line is a rude awakening for many - long monotonous hours with short breaks and few distractions - a situation made even worse when they open their pay packets
(Subtitles) (Repeat) (Sign Language) (Audio Described)

Rating: 3.3
9:00am
Victoria Derbyshire
24/09/2018
Daily news and current-affairs programme offering discussion of breaking stories, exclusive interviews and audience interaction via social media
(Subtitles)

Rating: 1.5
11:00am
BBC Newsroom Live
24/09/2018
A chance to stay up to date on the day's leading stories, with the latest breaking news as it happens
(Subtitles)

Rating: 5.3
12:00pm
Politics Live
24/09/2018
Jo Coburn presents live coverage of the Shadow Chancellor's speech from the Labour Party conference in Liverpool
(Subtitles)

Rating: 2.4
1:00pm
Equestrian
World Equestrian Games: 2018 World Equestrian Games
Clare Balding presents a review of the World Equestrian Games, staged in Mill Spring, North Carolina
(Subtitles)

Rating: 5.8
2:00pm
A Taste of Britain
Cambridgeshire
Season 1 Episode 2/20

Janet Street-Porter and Brian Turner visit Cambridgeshire, where they find out about symbiotic farming methods in the Fens, visit the Pitt Building and go for a punt on the River Cam in the county's historic capital
(Subtitles) (Repeat)

Rating: 6.2
2:45pm
Who Do You Think You Are?
Billy Connolly
Season 11 Episode 9/10

Comedian and actor Billy Connolly sets out to fill in the gaps in his own family history. Starting in Glasgow, the city of Billy's birth, he hopes to find out more about his mother's relatives. He believes they hailed from Ireland, but records concerning his great-great-grandmother only deepen the mystery. Billy also heads to India, where he unearths details of the parts two of his ancestors played in historical events
(Subtitles) (Repeat) (Audio Described)

Rating: 6.1
3:45pm
Life in the Air
Defying Gravity
Season 1 Episode 1/3

Wildlife series following animals that are able to defy gravity in various ways. The first programme features caracal cats, which jump to catch birds out of the air, and reveals how kangaroos' hopping movements help them find water in the desert. Leaping snakes are able to glide without wings in the jungles of Borneo while insects are able to accelerate up to 700G
(Subtitles) (Repeat) (Audio Described)

Rating: 7.6
4:45pm
Eggheads
Season 18 Episode 78/85

Jeremy Vine hosts the quiz in which the winners of famous game shows work as a team to tackle a new set of challengers hoping to win a cash prize
(Subtitles) (Repeat)

Rating: 5.3
5:15pm
Flog It!
Greenwich 21
Season 15 Episode 21/50

The show comes from the Old Royal Naval College in Greenwich, where finds include a collection of fans and a signed postcard. Paul Martin takes a tour of the Cutty Sark
(Subtitles) (Repeat)

Rating: 6.6
6:00pm
Letterbox
Season 2 Episode 1/30

New series. Game show hosted by Mel Giedroyc in which pairs of contestants go head-to-head to crack a series of passwords, in an attempt to take home £2,500 in cash
(New Series) (Subtitles)

Rating: 2.2
6:30pm
Strictly: It Takes Two
Season 16 Episode 1/

New series. Zoe Ball returns with the weekday fanzine devoted to the ballroom dancing extravaganza, beginning by looking at the highlights of the first live shows
(New Series) (Subtitles)

7:00pm
Sam & Shauna's Big Cook Out
Barry
Season 1 Episode 1/4

New series. Barbecue chefs Samantha Evans and Shauna Guinn travel around Wales to create huge outdoor feasts to reward the work of a variety of organisations and individuals. They begin by celebrating football club Barry Town United's promotion to the Welsh Premier League, including cooking a whole pig, Hawaiian-style, in a huge brick fire pit, to be served with pit beans, cornbread and an apple and fennel slaw, with fruit-filled toffee apples for dessert
(New Series) (Subtitles)

Rating: 1.3
7:30pm
Great British Menu
North West Starter
Season 13 Episode 31/45

The first of the North West region heats sees Ellis Barrie, Liam Simpson-Trotman and Craig Sherrington prepare their starters for the banquet in celebration of the NHS. The dishes feature a re-imagining of a traditional Welsh breakfast, a creative take on chicken soup and a uniquely flavoured chicken curry ready meal
(Subtitles)

Rating: 5.9
8:00pm
Monkman & Seagull's Genius Guide to Britain
Wales
Season 1 Episode 2/4

Eric Monkman and Bobby Seagull head to Wales and discover a strong industrial engineering history, sailing across Pontcysyllte Aqueduct, the highest navigable aqueduct in the world. The tiny village of Hawarden gives the duo the opportunity to stay overnight in the UK's only residential library, before they make an attempt on the summit of Mount Snowdon itself - via the mountain's iconic rack-and-pinion narrow gauge steam railway train
(Subtitles)

Rating: 5.8
8:30pm
University Challenge
Season 25 Episode 10/37

In the 10th of the academic quiz's first-round matches, four students from the University of London Institute in Paris pit their wits against a team from Goldsmiths, University of London, in a bid to reach the second stage of the competition. Jeremy Paxman asks the questions
(Subtitles)

Rating: 9.2
9:00pm
Black Earth Rising
A Ghost in Name
Season 1 Episode 3/8

Kate works alongside Michael to defend Alice Munezero from the charges laid against her in France, but as shadowy forces try to prevent the truth being unearthed, Kate faces worrying threats to her personal safety. Meanwhile, Michael struggles with his health issues back in London - can they both continue forward to gain an acquittal for Alice? Thriller written and directed by Hugo Blick, starring Michaela Coel, Harriet Walter, John Goodman, Noma Dumezweni and Ronald Gultman
(Subtitles) (Audio Described)

Rating: 3
10:00pm
QI
Piecemeal
Season 16 Episode 3/16

Sandi Toksvig and regular panellist Alan Davies are joined by Jimmy Carr, Gyles Brandreth and Sally Phillips, who answer questions on the subject of piecemeal, with points awarded for the answers the host finds most interesting
(Subtitles)

Rating: 8.4
10:30pm
Newsnight
24/09/2018
Analysis of the day's events, presented by Evan Davis
(Subtitles)

Rating: 4.2
11:10pm
Weather
(Subtitles)

Rating: 8.8
11:15pm
Today at Conference
Today at Conference: Labour: 24/09/2018
A review of the day's events, as politicians congregated to discuss policies
(Subtitles)

Rating: 2.4
11:45pm
Horizon
Horizon: Jupiter Revealed
Season 2018 Episode 5/

Thanks to NASA's Juno mission, scientists are starting to peel back the layers of Jupiter to reveal the wonders within. Professor Kaitlin Kratter reveals how extreme the planet is, with the aid of a quarry and a few rocks, giving some idea of the size of the second largest body in the solar system. And at the National Ignition facility in Northern California, Dr Marius Millot uses powerful lasers normally used for nuclear fusion for an experiment giving an idea of the pressures inside Jupiter. Narrated by Toby Jones
(Subtitles) (Repeat)

Rating: 7.5
12:45am
Celebrity MasterChef
Season 13 Episode 7/12

The culinary contest continues as actress Lisa Maxwell, Strictly Come Dancing professional AJ Pritchard, furniture restorer Jay Blades, radio presenter Clara Amfo and country singer Stella Parton - sister of Dolly - demonstrate their culinary prowess. They begin by making a dish from the ingredients in the Mystery Box, which this week includes pork loin, trout, cauliflower, raspberries and white chocolate, before cooking for paying customers in a restaurant kitchen. In the final round, they prepare a two-course meal of their own design to impress judges Gregg Wallace and John Torode, hoping it will be enough to see them through to the next round
(Subtitles) (Repeat) (Sign Language) (Audio Described)

Rating: 4.5
1:45am
Countryfile
Harvest
Season 2018

Helen Skelton visits a farm in York to hear how the extreme weather has brought about a carrot crisis, leading to the lowest yields for decades and the highest levels of imports. In Cornwall, Steve Brown meets Seth Pascoe, who wants to bring the nutritional benefits of sea berries to the wider public. Adam Henson meets the Welsh and English contenders for this year's One Man and His Dog, and Charlotte Smith investigates whether farmers can really trust their banks when it comes to future financing. Including Weather for the Week Ahead
(Subtitles) (Repeat) (Sign Language)

Rating: 6.7
2:40am
This Is BBC Two
Preview of upcoming programmes from BBC Two
(Subtitles)

Rating: 9

Tue 25 Sep

6:00am
The World's Most Photographed
Mahatma Gandhi
Season 1 Episode 8/10

An exploration of how Mahatma Gandhi used the power of photography as part of his peaceful protest against the British occupation of India. In April 1930, photographers from around the world captured the moment when he picked up a handful of salt on the shore of the Arabian Sea - thereby breaking the law. The programme also examines Gandhi's rapport with Life magazine's Margaret Bourke-White, and takes a look at Cartier-Bresson's moving images of the assassinated liberator's funeral
(Subtitles) (Repeat)

Rating: 4.7
6:30am
A1: Britain's Longest Road
Season 3 Episode 1/10

New series. Sprotbrough traffic officers respond to a nine-vehicle pile-up caused by an abandoned car and a family-run team transport tonnes of fireworks up the Great North Road
(Subtitles) (Repeat) (Audio Described)

Rating: 7.2
7:15am
Chase the Case
Season 1 Episode 6/20

Strategic game show hosted by Dan Walker, in which five contestants trade general knowledge for information to gain access to a case containing a secret amount of cash
(Subtitles) (Repeat)

Rating: 2.2
8:00am
Nadiya's Family Favourites
Treat Days
Season 1 Episode 8/8

Nadiya Hussain makes indulgent dishes for special treats, including a ham and cheese crown that's fit for royalty, creamy spinach and paneer kati rolls, a fluffy chicken and rice bake that's bursting with flavour, and sticky syrup sponge balls. Nadiya's quest to make the perfect rice takes her to a laboratory in Bristol where she meets rice expert Dr Stuart Farrimond, while her desire to understand more about where honey comes from lands her at Robert Nemeth's beehives in Hassocks, West Sussex. Last in the series
(Subtitles) (Repeat) (Sign Language) (Audio Described)

Rating: 2
8:30am
The Farmers' Country Showdown
Poultry
Season 2 Episode 12/20

The Rev Daniel Reed from Cornwall shows his prize-winning ducks and Gabbie Franklin from Herefordshire exhibits her chickens at the Pembrokeshire County Show in Wales
(Subtitles) (Repeat) (Sign Language)

Rating: 6.8
9:00am
Victoria Derbyshire
25/09/2018
Daily news and current-affairs programme offering discussion of breaking stories, exclusive interviews and audience interaction via social media
(Subtitles)

Rating: 1.5
11:00am
BBC Newsroom Live
25/09/2018
A chance to stay up to date on the day's leading stories, with the latest breaking news as it happens
(Subtitles)

Rating: 5.3
12:15pm
Politics Live
25/09/2018
A smart, accessible and modern take on politics from Westminster and beyond
(Subtitles)

Rating: 2.4
1:00pm
The Super League Show
24/09/2018
Tanya Arnold introduces action from the latest Super 8s and Qualifiers, including St Helens v Warrington Wolves and Toronto Wolfpack v Widnes Vikings
(Subtitles)

Rating: 6.8
1:50pm
Coast
The Secret Life of Sea Cliffs
Season 8 Episode 5/6

The team explores stories linked to sea cliffs around the UK, with Nick Crane visiting East and North Yorkshire coasts to join sea fishermen who have constructed a remarkable ropeway to make the perilous descent to fishing grounds, and examines an ingenious water-powered mechanism that operates the UK's oldest funicular railway at Saltburn-by-the-Sea. Tessa Dunlop meets a woman who witnessed the US Rangers practising for the D-Day landings in Normandy, while biologist Sarah Beynon hunts for dung beetles at Ramsey Island off the coast of Pembrokeshire. Archaeologist Cassie Newland rummages through a cliff-top dump at Lyme Regis, Dorset, to look at artefacts of everyday life from the past hundred years, and adventurer Andy Torbet takes part in a night-time exercise with commando recruits
(Subtitles) (Repeat) (Audio Described)

Rating: 8.6
2:45pm
Who Do You Think You Are?
Twiggy
Season 11 Episode 10/10

Four decades ago, Neasden-born model and actress Twiggy, then known as Lesley Hornby, found her life transformed when a reporter spotted her photo on the wall of a London hairdresser, and she was dubbed the `face of the 60s'. Suddenly the 16-year-old was catapulted into life as a supermodel, travelling the world, mixing with some of its biggest stars and eventually appearing in films such as The Boyfriend and The Blues Brothers. In the 100th episode of the genealogy show, Twiggy examines her family's past, where she discovers a history involving strong women and a hint of crime
(Subtitles) (Repeat) (Audio Described)

Rating: 6.1
3:45pm
Life in the Air
Masters of the Sky
Season 1 Episode 2/3

The series turns to animals that fly, including footage of half a million mother bats, an agile sparrowhawk raiding for food, and large beetles taking to the sky as part of their mating ritual. The programme also reveals how peregrine falcons are able to reach speeds of 200mph, and why an albatross's nose helps it to fly. Narrated by Suranne Jones
(Subtitles) (Repeat) (Audio Described)

Rating: 7.6
4:45pm
Eggheads
Season 18 Episode 79/85

Jeremy Vine hosts the quiz in which the winners of famous game shows work as a team to tackle a new set of challengers hoping to win a cash prize
(Subtitles) (Repeat)

Rating: 5.3
5:15pm
Flog It!
Herstmonceux 34
Season 15 Episode 22/50

Paul Martin presents from Herstmonceux Castle in Sussex, where Catherine Southon finds a 19th-century silver prayer book and Jonathan Pratt views some Tom and Jerry cartoons
(Subtitles) (Repeat)

Rating: 6.6
6:00pm
Letterbox
Season 2 Episode 2/30

Game show hosted by Mel Giedroyc in which pairs of contestants go head-to-head to crack a series of passwords as they attempt to take home the £2,500 prize money
(Subtitles)

Rating: 2.2
6:30pm
Strictly: It Takes Two
Season 16 Episode 2/

Zoe Ball hosts the weekday fanzine devoted to the ballroom dancing show, featuring updates on the contestants and footage of rehearsals
(Subtitles)

7:00pm
Sam & Shauna's Big Cook Out
Llandysul
Season 1 Episode 2/4

Samantha Evans and Shauna Guinn continue their adventures at the Llandysul Paddlers Club in the heart of Ceredigion, where they cook almost 40 kilograms of meat over an open fire under a hand-built willow dome. With more than 100 hungry paddlers to feed after a big competition, Sam and Shauna produce their own unique take on a kebab, with steak, chimichurri and a fire roasted salsa, all wrapped in a homemade flatbread
(Subtitles)

Rating: 1.3
7:30pm
Great British Menu
North West - Fish
Season 13 Episode 32/45

It's the fish course and Craig Sherrington pays tribute to a friend who has revolutionised hospital food in Morecambe Bay. Meanwhile, Liam Trotman is inspired by health advice his grandma gave him, and Ellis Barrie is dedicating his dish to the staff who delivered his son, Albert
(Subtitles)

Rating: 5.9
8:00pm
Saving Lives at Sea
Season 3 Episode 7/10

On the North coast of Kent, new RNLI crew member Ruth is on board for one of her first shouts - a member of the public has spotted what looks like an upturned boat out at sea. Off the Essex coast, the crew of West Mersea station launch to reports of a life raft in the North Sea. And at Clacton, the crew get a call in the middle of the night to look for two people in the sea
(Subtitles) (Audio Described)

Rating: 8.7
9:00pm
The Flu That Killed 50 Million
Docu-drama about the 1918 Flu pandemic, which killed more than 50 million people. Using dramatic reconstruction and eyewitness testimony from doctors, soldiers, civilians and politicians, this one-off brings to life the onslaught of the disease and the horrors of those who lived through it. Narrated by Christopher Eccleston
(Subtitles) (Audio Described)

10:00pm
Later Live - with Jools Holland
Season 53 Episode 1/7

New series. Londoner Jess Glynne, the first British female solo artist to have seven number one singles in the UK, makes her debut on the returning music show. Fellow newcomers to the series are Bristol's Idles, and synthpop duo Marc Almond and Dave Ball, better known as Soft Cell, who are back together after a 16-year-gap. Plus, Brooklyn-based 19-year-old songstress Mikaela Straus, aka King Princess. And marking more than 50 years on the road, Ivor Novello Award-winner Ralph McTell
(New Series) (Subtitles)

Rating: 7.3
10:30pm
Newsnight
25/09/2018
Analysis of the day's events, presented by Emily Maitlis
(Subtitles)

Rating: 4.2
11:10pm
Weather
(Subtitles)

Rating: 8.8
11:15pm
Today at Conference
Today at Conference: Labour
A review of the day's events, as politicians congregated to discuss policies
(Subtitles)

Rating: 2.4
11:45pm
NFL This Week
2018/19 Week Three
Mark Chapman presents action from the third round of fixtures, including Philadelphia Eagles v Indianapolis Colts and Seattle Seahawks v Dallas Cowboys
(Subtitles)

Rating: 4.2
12:35am
Eight Go Rallying: The Road to Saigon
Season 1 Episode 3/4

The teams begin a 900 kilometre journey across Cambodia that takes three days to complete. Along the way, they drop in a market where insects and spiders can be bought as snacks and visit sites linked to the atrocities of the Khmer Rouge regime, including the S21 prison and the notorious Killing Fields. Fatigue and ill health starts to take its toll as they cross the border into Vietnam
(Subtitles) (Repeat) (Sign Language) (Audio Described)

Rating: 2.2
1:35am
Ancient Invisible Cities
Athens
Season 1 Episode 2/3

Michael Scott uses 3D scanning technology to reveal the historical secrets of ancient Athens and tell the story of how this remarkable city created the world's first democracy. He begins his journey on the Acropolis, where, in the late sixth century BC the people of Athens overthrew a tyrant and set up a democracy, and investigates a mysterious, asymmetrical temple called the Erechtheion that sits in the shadow of the world-famous Parthenon. To the south of the city, he clambers through a silver mine where an army of slaves once toiled inside the labyrinth of narrow tunnels
(Subtitles) (Repeat) (Sign Language) (Audio Described)

Rating: 7
2:35am
Heir Hunters
Newydomyi/Cole
Season 12 Episode 8/20

Michael Buerk and the team locate an heir living in one of the most famous addresses in the world, and also track down family members who could inherit a substantial windfall
(Subtitles) (Repeat) (Sign Language)

Rating: 3.8
3:20am
This Is BBC Two
Preview of upcoming programmes from BBC Two
(Subtitles)

Rating: 9

Wed 26 Sep

6:00am
The World's Most Photographed
Greta Garbo
Season 1 Episode 10/10

An exploration of Greta Garbo's relationship with the camera, revealing how she cast a spell over Hollywood in the 1920s and 1930s with her exotic looks and hypnotic presence, yet remained fiercely protective of her private life. Shunning photographers after her last screen appearance in 1941, she was stalked throughout her last decade by a lensman whose troubling images are revealed here for the first time
(Subtitles) (Repeat)

Rating: 4.7
6:30am
A1: Britain's Longest Road
Season 3 Episode 2/10

A city centre bus collision leaves a pedestrian fighting for her life, and freezing temperatures turn an A1 slip road into what feels like a skating rink
(Subtitles) (Repeat) (Audio Described)

Rating: 7.2
7:15am
Chase the Case
Season 1 Episode 7/20

Strategic game show hosted by Dan Walker, in which five contestants trade general knowledge for information to gain access to a case containing a secret amount of cash
(Subtitles) (Repeat)

Rating: 2.2
8:00am
Great British Menu
North East Main
Season 13 Episode 3/45

The three North East chefs attempt to impress with their main courses, each serving up a uniquely original take on the brief. Dan Fletcher creates a dish paying tribute to an icon of modern nursing, Florence Nightingale, and Danny Parker's main course is inspired by the founder of the NHS, Aneurin Bevan. Meanwhile, Dave Coulsten dedicates his dish to the air ambulance, who save the life of his fiance
(Subtitles) (Repeat) (Sign Language)

Rating: 5.9
8:30am
The Farmers' Country Showdown
Ploughing
Season 2 Episode 13/20

Farmers and traditional horsemen Paul from Bedfordshire and John from Hampshire show the skill and passion needed to do succeed in one of the country's top ploughing competitions
(Subtitles) (Repeat) (Sign Language)

Rating: 6.8
9:00am
Victoria Derbyshire
26/09/2018
Daily news and current-affairs programme offering discussion of breaking stories, exclusive interviews and audience interaction via social media
(Subtitles)

Rating: 1.5
11:00am
BBC Newsroom Live
26/09/2018
A chance to stay up to date on the day's leading stories, with the latest breaking news as it happens
(Subtitles)

Rating: 5.3
12:00pm
Politics Live
26/09/2018
Jo Coburn presents live coverage of Jeremy Corbyn's leader's speech from the Labour Party conference in Liverpool
(Subtitles)

Rating: 2.4
1:45pm
Italy Unpacked
In the Footsteps of the Poets
Season 2 Episode 1/3

Andrew Graham-Dixon and Giorgio Locatelli embark on a fresh tour of the country, this time travelling down the west coast. They begin in Liguria - a region whose rugged mountains and rocky coastline once inspired English poets of the Romantic era. The pair visit Genoa, where opulent Baroque palaces and celebrated Van Dyke and Strozzi paintings reflect its past as a great maritime republic, before heading on to Cinque Terre - meaning `five lands' - to navigate the scattered villages by boat. Finally, Tuscany beckons the duo, who conclude this leg of their trip by exploring Pistoia, Pisa and Livorno
(Subtitles) (Repeat) (Audio Described)

Rating: 8
2:45pm
Who Do You Think You Are?
Paul Hollywood
Season 12 Episode 1/10

Paul Hollywood delves into his family history, finding out about his maternal grandfather's experiences in the Second World War, serving as an anti-aircraft gunner in Tunisia and Italy. The Great British Bake Off judge then digs deeper, learning about his Scottish ancestry - and how one of his forebears held down a very demanding job
(Subtitles) (Repeat) (Audio Described)

Rating: 6.1
3:45pm
Life in the Air
Crowded Skies
Season 1 Episode 3/3

The final episode of the series features footage shot from within a giant flock of birds, revealing how half a million of them can fly in a group without colliding with each other. The programme also showcases the world's fastest airborne courtship display, a bird that savagely defends its territory, and conflict between moths and bats in the South American jungle. Last in the series
(Subtitles) (Repeat) (Audio Described)

Rating: 7.6
4:45pm
Eggheads
Season 18 Episode 80/85

Jeremy Vine hosts the quiz in which the winners of famous game shows work as a team to tackle a new set of challengers hoping to win a cash prize
(Subtitles) (Repeat)

Rating: 5.3
5:15pm
Flog It!
Reading 30
Season 15 Episode 24/50

Anita Manning and David Harper value antiques brought in by members of the public in Reading, Berkshire, including a toy airplane and a large Victorian gold and garnet pendant
(Subtitles) (Repeat)

Rating: 6.6
6:00pm
Letterbox
Season 2 Episode 3/30

Game show hosted by Mel Giedroyc in which pairs of contestants go head-to-head to crack a series of passwords as they attempt to take home the £2,500 prize money
(Subtitles)

Rating: 2.2
6:30pm
Strictly: It Takes Two
Season 16 Episode 3/

Zoe Ball discusses all of the backstage gossip and exclusive news from Strictly Come Dancing. Plus, Ian Waite offers his thoughts on the couples' training progress
(Subtitles)

7:00pm
Sam & Shauna's Big Cook Out
Hengoed
Season 1 Episode 3/4

Barbecue chefs Samantha Evans and Shauna Guinn visit Cefn Hengoed, near Caerphilly, to celebrate the achievements of the village's Majestics marching jazz band by putting on a feast. With 100 people to feed, Sam and Shauna organise a cookout of grilled chicken in Alabama white barbecue sauce, with hasselback potatoes, Louisiana macque choux and a rainbow coleslaw
(Subtitles)

Rating: 1.3
7:30pm
Great British Menu
North West - Main
Season 13 Episode 33/45

The three North West chefs hope to impress with their main courses, and after yesterday's scores, the pressure is on. Craig Sherrington decides to prepare a dish using two cuts of Dexter beef, while Liam Trotman offers his take on a Bajan lamb stew, and Ellis Barrie prepares four cuts of suckling pig
(Subtitles)

Rating: 5.9
8:00pm
Trust Me, I'm a Doctor
Season 8 Episode 4/

Michael Mosley finds out whether singing can boost feel-good chemicals in the brain, Dr Zoe Williams discovers why music could help people with dementia, and Dr Alain Gregoire looks at some new research showing the surprising benefits of group singing for mothers with post-natal depression. Plus, Gabriel Weston investigates whether detoxing is a con
(Subtitles)

Rating: 3.6
8:30pm
Upstart Crow
The Most Unkindest Cut of All
Season 3 Episode 5/6

Will decides to write a play about the life of Julius Caesar, but he is unsure about how to deal with his assassination. After all, Her Majesty is not likely to approve of any play about killing the head of state, and Robert Greene is particularly keen to label Will a traitor. Meanwhile, things are not going well in the theatre either. Burbage is hogging the limelight and the other players have decided to get together and depose him. Starring David Mitchell, Harry Enfield and Mark Heap
(Subtitles) (Audio Described)

Rating: 6.9
9:00pm
Trust
La Dolce Vita
Season 1 Episode 3/10

J Paul Getty's refusal to pay a single, solitary cent to his grandson's captors has significant, unforeseen consequences in Italy. Crime drama delving into the trials and triumphs of one of the 20th century's most iconic dynasties, the Gettys. Starring Donald Sutherland, Harris Dickinson and Hilary Swank
(Subtitles) (Audio Described)

Rating: 3.4
9:55pm
Amazing Hotels: Life Beyond the Lobby
Giles Coren and Monica Galetti join the staff working in some of the most unusual hotels around the world, learning the tricks of the trade
(Subtitles)

Rating: 2
10:00pm
Motherland
Season 1 Episode 5/6

Anne's new car propels her into the limelight as the mums try to get in on her new car pool, while Kevin finds himself in the new role of confidant as Amanda shares a deep secret. Liz and Julia's friendship is under fire as Liz realises she is just a `mum' friend
(Subtitles) (Repeat) (Audio Described)

Rating: 5.6
10:30pm
Newsnight
26/09/2018
Analysis of the day's events
(Subtitles)

Rating: 4.2
11:10pm
Weather
(Subtitles)

Rating: 8.8
11:15pm
Today at Conference
Today at the Conference: Labour
A review of the day's events, as politicians congregated to discuss policies
(Subtitles)

Rating: 2.4
11:45pm
No Activity
The American
Season 1 Episode 5/6

Hendy works with an American detective while Stokes is back at the station reporting on the shooting incident, and struggles to contain his admiration for his new partner. Carol shares reminiscences of her romantic past with April
(Subtitles) (Repeat)

Rating: 8.4
12:10am
No Activity
The Coffee Raid
Season 1 Episode 6/6

After weeks of surveillance, the drugs bust finally gets underway, with the entire department pitching in. However, Hendy is frustrated that he and Stokes are too far from the action. At the warehouse, Bruce and Jimmy talk about following their dreams. Last in the series
(Subtitles) (Repeat)

Rating: 8.4
12:35am
DIY SOS
DIY SOS: Grenfell: Grenfell Boxing Club
Part one of two. Nick Knowles and the team undertake their biggest and longest build yet, constructing two buildings for the Grenfell community over several months to create spaces worth around £2million. With the aid of large construction companies, generous suppliers, volunteers and the Duke of Cambridge - who visits the site - the team starts by building a new home for the Dale Youth Boxing Club. The club started the careers of James DeGale, who won an Olympic gold medal in Beijing 10 years ago, and George Groves, current WBA Super Middleweight champion, as well as producing many national champions
(Subtitles) (Repeat) (Sign Language) (Audio Described)

Rating: 6
1:35am
Horizon
Horizon: A Week Without Lying - The Honesty Experiment
Season 2018 Episode 7/

In a radical experiment, pioneering scientists from across Europe have come together to use new technology to explore what our world would look like if we could not tell lies. Three British contributors are rigged to make it impossible for them to lie undetected, and are challenged to live for a whole week without telling a single lie. This bold social experiment sets out to discover the role of deception in our lives, and to investigate the impact lying has on our mental state and the consequences of it for our relationships
(Subtitles) (Repeat) (Sign Language)

Rating: 7.5
2:35am
This Is BBC Two
Preview of upcoming programmes from BBC Two
(Subtitles)

Rating: 9

Thu 27 Sep

6:00am
Books That Made Britain
East Anglia: The Scene of the Crime
Martha Kearney investigates why East Anglia has inspired so many great crime writers, including PD James and Nicci French
(Subtitles) (Repeat)

Rating: 4
6:30am
A1: Britain's Longest Road
Season 3 Episode 3/10

Scottish Police respond to a caravan which has overturned and crashed, and a learner driver has a difficult day on the roads
(Subtitles) (Repeat)

Rating: 7.2
7:15am
Chase the Case
Season 1 Episode 8/20

Strategic game show hosted by Dan Walker, in which five contestants trade general knowledge for information to gain access to a case containing a secret amount of cash
(Subtitles) (Repeat)

Rating: 2.2
8:00am
Saving Lives at Sea
Season 3 Episode 2/10

On the east coast of Ireland, the crew of Courtown's inshore lifeboat face one of their most challenging rescues ever, trying to keep a teenage girl with suspected spinal injuries immobile and afloat for 40 minutes, knowing any movement could leave her paralysed for life. The Torbay crew have just minutes to find a capsized kayaker before she's dashed against the rocks, and just around the coast in Dartmouth, an 81-year-old sailor, fallen overboard in the middle of the night, is left clinging to a rope for his life
(Subtitles) (Repeat) (Sign Language) (Audio Described)

Rating: 8.7
9:00am
Victoria Derbyshire
27/09/2018
Daily news and current-affairs programme offering discussion of breaking stories, exclusive interviews and audience interaction via social media
(Subtitles)

Rating: 1.5
11:00am
BBC Newsroom Live
27/09/2018
A chance to stay up to date on the day's leading stories, with the latest breaking news as it happens
(Subtitles)

Rating: 5.3
12:15pm
Politics Live
27/09/2018
Andrew Neil and guests discuss the big political issues of the day
(Subtitles)

Rating: 2.4
1:00pm
For What It's Worth
Season 1 Episode 11/25

Antiques expert Charlie Ross joins host Fern Britton as three pairs of contestants answer questions to amass antiques and collectibles that can later be converted into cash
(Subtitles) (Repeat)

Rating: 6.8
1:45pm
Italy Unpacked
A Home Away from Rome
Season 2 Episode 2/3

The second leg of Andrew Graham-Dixon and Giorgio Locatelli's journey down the west coast of Italy finds them in Lazio, the region containing Rome. Instead of heading to the capital, the duo explore the legacy of those who took refuge away from the cauldron of life in the nation's foremost city and its politics of power and pontiffs. Giorgio visits Viterbo to find out more about the first papal conclave that he remembers from school, before treating Andrew to a meal fit for a pope with recipes from a historic cookbook
(Subtitles) (Repeat) (Audio Described)

Rating: 8
2:45pm
Who Do You Think You Are?
Jane Seymour
Season 12 Episode 2/10

British-born actress Jane Seymour knows there is Jewish ancestry on her father's side of the family, but beyond that she knows very little, other than her own suspicions that they suffered in the Holocaust. As she researches her paternal great-aunts Jadwiga and Michaela, she soon finds out more about their experiences under Nazi occupation. The search takes her to Warsaw and France, uncovering stories of life in a ghetto and a terrifying flight to Switzerland from the Germans
(Subtitles) (Repeat) (Audio Described)

Rating: 6.1
3:45pm
David Attenborough's Rise of Animals
David Attenborough's Rise of Animals: Triumph of the Vertebrates: From the Seas to the Skies
Season 1 Episode 1/2

Part one of two. The naturalist explores the evolution of vertebrates over the past 500 million years, beginning with a look at how remarkable advances allowed primitive fish to make the radical move on to land, and then take to the skies with the advent of flight. He uses fossils of both ancient and living species combined with CGI and film to chart their journey out of the water to populate all corners of the globe
(Subtitles) (Repeat) (Audio Described)

4:45pm
Eggheads
Season 18 Episode 81/85

Jeremy Vine hosts the quiz in which the winners of famous game shows work as a team to tackle a new set of challengers hoping to win a cash prize
(Subtitles) (Repeat)

Rating: 5.3
5:15pm
Flog It!
Herstmonceux 36
Season 15 Episode 36/50

James Lewis and Jonathan Pratt examine items at Herstmonceux Castle in East Sussex, while Paul Martin finds out about the Second Word War project Operation Pluto
(Subtitles) (Repeat)

Rating: 6.6
6:00pm
Letterbox
Season 2 Episode 4/30

Game show hosted by Mel Giedroyc in which pairs of contestants go head to head to crack a series of passwords as they attempt to take home the £2,500 prize money
(Subtitles)

Rating: 2.2
6:30pm
Strictly: It Takes Two
Season 16 Episode 4/

Zoe Ball hosts the weekday fanzine devoted to the ballroom dancing show, featuring updates on the contestants and footage of rehearsals
(Subtitles)

7:00pm
Gareth Malone's All Star Music Quiz
The choirmaster brings his piano, guitar and conductor's baton to his very own music quiz. In a series of rounds, two teams featuring well-known musicians and musically-minded famous faces - including Rob Rouse, Ed Balls, JB Gill and John Thomson - battle it out, testing their skill and knowledge across all genres of music
(Subtitles)

7:30pm
Great British Menu
North West Dessert
Season 13 Episode 34/45

Chefs Ellis Barrie, Liam Simpson-Trotman and Craig Sherrington continue the battle to cook at a glorious banquet celebrating 70 years of the NHS. Only two can make it through to tomorrow's North West final, with creations including Craig's tribute to his wife that features an unusual Christmas concept
(Subtitles)

Rating: 5.9
8:00pm
Back in Time for the Factory
Season 1 Episode 4/5

The women go back to 1983 to learn how an unsung army of female workers fought to keep their jobs in the face of foreign competition. A change in government at the end of the 70s had brought a dramatic change in economic policy. The Conservatives' policy of encouraging businesses to stand on their own two feet without financial support from government meant that many of the factories in the south Wales valleys began to struggle. Throughout the early 80s, big companies closed their factories and those that managed to stay open were battling against the steady march of globalisation and cheap labour abroad. Presented by Alex Jones
(Subtitles) (Audio Described)

Rating: 3.3
9:00pm
The Mighty Redcar
Season 1 Episode 4/4

The final visit to the people of the North Yorkshire seaside town. Boris Johnson-loving activist Jade battles to win the hearts and minds of the locals - but she faces an uphill battle in the predominantly Labour town. Amber lives out of her car while struggling to keep her job as a nurse, and 16-year-old Billy realises that working for a living might not be for him. Last in the series
(Subtitles) (Audio Described)

Rating: 2
9:45pm
Comedy Shorts
Wonderdate
A filmic offshoot of Tim Key's stage show Megadate, in which a man dazzles a woman on the perfect first date. However, she doesn't text him back, leading him to retrace his steps. His path is riddled with cynics and naysayers, questioning his optimistic outlook on how the date went. The nerd in the bowling alley who thought he'd embarrassed himself, the old eel catcher on the mud flats trying to douse his dreams with wisdom, and the compassionate waitress at the chicken shop. Starring Tim Key, Mandeep Dhillon, Sam Fletcher, Bill Paterson and Julie Dray
(Subtitles)

10:00pm
MOTD: The Premier League Show
27/09/2018
Gabby Logan presents the magazine programme featuring news and action from the Premier League, plus interviews with the country's biggest football stars
(Subtitles)

Rating: 5.7
10:30pm
Newsnight
27/09/2018
Analysis of the day's events
(Subtitles)

Rating: 4.2
11:10pm
Weather
27/09/2018
(Subtitles)

Rating: 8.8
11:15pm
Flatpack Empire
Season 1 Episode 2/3

One of IKEA's newest designers, Hanna-Kaarina Heikkila, wants to challenge mass production by creating an `imperfect vase' that has the finger-marks of its creator. She travels to China to see if her idea is possible. There's also a visit to the home of the Billy Bookcase to see what it takes to be a supplier for IKEA, as the company tries to pitch a new range of wardrobes
(Subtitles) (Repeat) (Audio Described)

Rating: 2.6
12:15am
Celebrity MasterChef
Season 13 Episode 8/12

The four remaining celebrities face three more culinary challenges, as they battle for a place in the semi-finals. The contestants are split into two teams and sent out on their first mass catering assignment at the Royal Veterinary College in Hertfordshire. There, they must make lunch for more than 100 members of staff and students, using an array of ingredients including diced lamb, hake fillets and salmon, as well as a range of fruit and vegetables. Back in the kitchen, the celebs prepare a two-course meal that will be judged by former contestants Alexis Conran, the Rev Richard Coles and Andi Peters
(Subtitles) (Repeat) (Sign Language) (Audio Described)

Rating: 4.5
1:45am
Recipes That Made Me
Recipes That Made Me: Kashmir
Season 1 Episode 3/4

Nisha Katona heads to Yorkshire to discover authentic family recipes from Kashmir in Northern Pakistan, starting with a hearty Kashmiri breakfast at the Cafe Regal, where she also meets expert in Kashmiri food, Yazi. Later, Nisha visits a shop selling traditional Asian sweets set up by a Kashmiri mill worker, before attending a workshop on Kashmiri food in primary schools
(Subtitles) (Repeat) (Sign Language) (Audio Described)

Rating: 3
2:15am
This Is BBC Two
Preview of upcoming programmes from BBC Two
(Subtitles)

Rating: 9

Fri 28 Sep

6:00am
Books That Made Britain
A Stranger in the City
Suggs takes a look at books that depict London from the point of view of a stranger coming to the capital, including Oliver Twist and Lonely Londoner
(Subtitles) (Repeat)

Rating: 4
6:30am
A1: Britain's Longest Road
Season 3 Episode 4/10

Astronaut Tim Peake's space craft is launched up the A1, a police pursuit of a suspected stolen vehicle leads to arrests and a stranded lorry with a blowout causes problems
(Subtitles) (Repeat)

Rating: 7.2
7:15am
Chase the Case
Season 1 Episode 9/20

Strategic game show hosted by Dan Walker, in which five contestants trade general knowledge for information to gain access to a case containing a secret amount of cash
(Subtitles) (Repeat)

Rating: 2.2
8:00am
Gardeners' World
Season 51 Episode 24/29

Monty Don makes plans for a colourful spring by planting bulbs and nectar-rich wildflowers for an early and welcome feast for insects. Frances Tophill travels to a Birmingham allotment to meet an enthusiast who has filled his plot with dahlias, which he grows for competitions, and Nick Bailey is at Powis Castle in Wales to find out what it takes to trim their centuries-old, 14-metre-tall yew hedges. Adam Frost visits Sezincote Garden in Gloucestershire to find out about its history, and Toby Buckland takes a look at a garden in Cheshire where different sections have been designed with small gardens in mind
(Subtitles) (Repeat) (Sign Language)

Rating: 7.4
9:00am
Victoria Derbyshire
28/09/2018
Daily news and current-affairs programme offering discussion of breaking stories, exclusive interviews and audience interaction via social media
(Subtitles)

Rating: 1.5
11:00am
BBC Newsroom Live
28/09/2018
A chance to stay up to date on the day's leading stories, with the latest breaking news as it happens
(Subtitles)

Rating: 5.3
12:15pm
Politics Live
28/09/2018
Jo Coburn and guests discuss the big political issues of the day
(Subtitles)

Rating: 2.4
1:00pm
For What It's Worth
Season 1 Episode 12/25

Antiques expert Natasha Raskin joins host Fern Britton as three pairs of contestants answer questions in a bid to amass antiques and collectibles that can be converted into cash
(Subtitles) (Repeat)

Rating: 6.8
1:45pm
Italy Unpacked
The Merchants of Venice
Season 3 Episode 3/3

Andrew Graham-Dixon and Giorgio Locatelli conclude their trip up the east coast by visiting the Veneto region, beginning their journey by harvesting clams that Giorgio uses in a pasta dish. They see frescoes in Padua, travel along the river Brenta and in Vicenza admire Giovanni Bellini's Baptism of Christ, which is Andrew's favourite painting, before ending at the top of the Dolomite mountains
(Subtitles) (Repeat) (Audio Described)

Rating: 8
2:45pm
Who Do You Think You Are?
Derek Jacobi
Season 12 Episode 3/10

Actor and stage director Derek Jacobi enjoyed a relatively humble upbringing in Leytonstone, London, where his father ran a sweet shop and his mother worked in a drapery, but research into his maternal side of the family soon uncovers a link to a far more intriguing past. Discovering that his great-grandmother's name was Salome Laplain, Jacobi finds that he is descended from a wealthy French Huguenot who fled religious persecution, and who has connections to royalty on this side of the channel
(Subtitles) (Repeat) (Audio Described)

Rating: 6.1
3:45pm
David Attenborough's Rise of Animals
David Attenborough's Rise of Animals: Triumph of the Vertebrates: Dawn of the Mammals
Season 1 Episode 2/2

The naturalist concludes his two-part exploration of the evolution of vertebrates over the past 500 million years by looking at the history of mammals. He traces their journey from humble origins as tiny nocturnal forest-dwellers to their astonishing explosion in diversity and domination of the world following the death of the dinosaurs
(Subtitles) (Repeat) (Audio Described)

4:45pm
Eggheads
Season 18 Episode 82/85

Jeremy Vine hosts the quiz in which the winners of famous game shows work as a team to tackle a new set of challengers hoping to win a cash prize
(Subtitles) (Repeat)

Rating: 5.3
5:15pm
Flog It!
Althorp 26
Season 15 Episode 23/50

At Althorp House in Northamptonshire, antiques experts Charles Hanson and Will Axon uncover movie memorabilia including a photo signed by Charlie Chaplin and a box of decorative studs by fashion house Cartier. Presenter Paul Martin examines Althorp's collection of portrait paintings by the renowned artist Joshua Reynolds
(Subtitles) (Repeat)

Rating: 6.6
6:00pm
Strictly: It Takes Two
Season 16 Episode 5/

Zoe Ball presents analysis of the couples' progress as they prepare for tomorrow night's show. Gethin Jones catches up with the couples backstage as rehearsals proceed
(Subtitles)

7:00pm
Great British Menu
North West - Judging
Season 13 Episode 35/45

The penultimate regional final sees the two remaining North West chefs try to impress judges Andi Oliver, Matthew Fort and Oliver Peyton, who are joined by Dr Jake Dunning MBE, an infectious disease specialist who has been recognised for his work during the West Africa Ebola epidemic. After an intense week both candidates do all they can in a bid to score high across the board - with surprising results
(Subtitles)

Rating: 5.9
7:30pm
Gardeners' World
Season 51 Episode 26/29

Frances Tophill makes a final visit to her shared allotment and joins in with the festivities at an annual show. Adam Frost visits the RHS garden at Wisley, Surrey, where he meets its curator to find out which plants have fared well and which have suffered during the hot, dry summer. Plus, Nick Bailey investigates knotweed, Arit Anderson provides inspiration for colourful late-season containers and a visit to Northamptonshire to meet a gardener who extracts natural dyes from the plants she grows in her garden
(Subtitles)

Rating: 7.4
8:30pm
Golf: Ryder Cup Highlights
2018 Day One
Coverage of day one of the 42nd Ryder Cup from the Albatros Course of Le Golf National near Paris, where Europe play the USA. Today's play was to be separated into two sessions of four-ball and foursome contests, with four matches beginning in the morning and four more taking place in the afternoon
(Subtitles)

Rating: 4.7
10:00pm
Mock the Week
Season 17 Episode 10/13

Topical comedy quiz show, hosted by Dara O Briain. Regular panellist Hugh Dennis looks back on another eventful week in news and politics, with the help of guests Angela Barnes, Ed Byrne, Larry Dean, Ed Gamble and Kerry Godliman. Stand-up and improvisation are the name of the game as the contestants try to get one up on each other
(Subtitles)

Rating: 5.5
10:30pm
Newsnight
28/09/2018
Emily Maitlis presents analysis of the day's events
(Subtitles)

Rating: 4.2
11:00pm
Weather
28/09/2018
(Subtitles)

Rating: 8.8
11:05pm
Front Row Late
Season 3 Episode 3/

Mary Beard presents the cultural review show offering a mixture of interviews, news features and performances from the world of the arts
(Subtitles)

Rating: 3.8
11:35pm
Trust
La Dolce Vita
Season 1 Episode 3/10

J Paul Getty's refusal to pay a single, solitary cent to his grandson's captors has significant, unforeseen consequences in Italy. Crime drama delving into the trials and triumphs of one of the 20th century's most iconic dynasties, the Gettys. Starring Donald Sutherland, Harris Dickinson and Hilary Swank
(Subtitles) (Repeat) (Audio Described)

Rating: 3.4
12:30am
Panorama
Kids in Crisis - Panorama
Sean Fletcher, whose own teenage son Reuben has been hospitalised with severe Obsessive Compulsive Disorder, investigates the Child and Adolescent Mental Health Service - CAMHS. He looks into whether care is being rationed in some areas, leaving children to deteriorate until they have to be hospitalised, and speaks to despairing parents who believe their children's lives have been put at risk
(Subtitles) (Repeat) (Sign Language)

Rating: 6.3
1:00am
Princess Margaret: The Rebel Royal
Pleasure vs Duty
Season 1 Episode 1/2

Part one of two. Documentary profiling the Queen's sister, whose life and loves reflected the social and sexual revolution that transformed Britain during the 20th century. With archive footage and interviews, the series follows Margaret's life as she redefined the image of the modern princess, and begins with her birth in 1930. The abdication of her uncle propelled Margaret to second in line to the throne, but her life would be shaped by dramatic social change as Britain entered a more egalitarian era after the Second World War
(Subtitles) (Repeat) (Sign Language) (Audio Described)

Rating: 5.1
2:00am
The Mighty Redcar
Season 1 Episode 1/4

Documentary about the lives of people living in the North Yorkshire seaside resort Redcar. Mum and daughter Kat and Kaitlyn have had a tough time over the past few years but are now looking forward to the school prom. Nineteen-year-old James is the oldest of seven children, has no job and no GCSEs - and having been identified as a high risk potential offender, he is receiving guidance to help keep him on the straight and narrow. Dylan dreams of being a professional musician to raise enough money to bring his younger brother out of foster care to live with him in Redcar
(Subtitles) (Repeat) (Sign Language) (Audio Described)

Rating: 2
2:45am
This Is BBC Two
Preview of upcoming programmes from BBC Two
(Subtitles)

Rating: 9