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Tue 17 Jul

6:00am
Flog It! Trade Secrets
Rarities
Season 3 Episode 6/15

The show's antiques experts embark on a search for rare and mysterious items, which takes them on a journey behind the scenes of Adam Partridge's saleroom. Plus, Caroline Hawley invites viewers to guess the age of an object from the Victorian era, and presenter Paul Martin reveals the story behind some of the strange structures that line parts of the south coast of England
(Subtitles) (Repeat)

Rating: 6.8
6:30am
Matron, Medicine and Me: 70 Years of the NHS
Matron, Medicine and Me: Fern Britton
Season 2 Episode 1/5

New series. Five more famous faces look back at the history of the NHS, with Fern Britton revealing how the health service saved her life when she needed emergency surgery
(Subtitles) (Repeat) (Audio Described)

Rating: 8.2
7:15am
Heir Hunters
Heir Hunters with Michael Buerk: Koskovitch/Burgoyne
Season 12 Episode 11/20

The team's search for beneficiaries to the estate of Nathan Koskovitch reveals links to a criminal past that help his heirs fill in the blanks of their family history
(Subtitles) (Repeat) (Audio Described)

Rating: 3.8
8:00am
How the NHS Changed Our World
Birmingham Children's Hospital
Season 1 Episode 2/5

Dr Hilary Jones examines how Birmingham Children's Hospital has helped to revolutionise the treatment of sick children and how the training of paediatric doctors and nurses has been transformed over the 70-year history of the NHS
(Subtitles) (Repeat) (Sign Language) (Audio Described)

Rating: 4.7
8:30am
Trust Me, I'm a Doctor
Season 7 Episode 6/6

Medical journalist Michael Mosley teams up with Olympic athletes to test which types of exercise promote stronger bone development, and geneticist Dr Giles Yeo offers health tips to people whose body clocks are out of sync with their working day. GP Dr Zoe Williams looks into which health advice on the internet can be trusted, and surgeon Gabriel Weston carries out an experiment to discover if cleaning homes with antibacterial products could be responsible for the rise in allergies and asthma
(Subtitles) (Repeat) (Sign Language)

Rating: 3.5
9:00am
Victoria Derbyshire
17/07/2018
Daily news and current-affairs programme offering discussion of breaking stories, exclusive interviews and audience interaction via social media
(Subtitles)

Rating: 1.7
11:00am
BBC Newsroom Live
17/07/2018
A chance to stay up to date on the day's leading stories, with the latest breaking news as it happens
(Subtitles)

Rating: 5.4
12:00pm
Daily Politics
17/07/2018
Parliamentary proceedings interspersed with discussions, interviews and filmed reports from around the country
(Subtitles)

Rating: 5.7
1:00pm
The Super League Show
16/07/2018
Will Perry presents action from the latest fixtures, including Leeds Rhinos v Wakefield Trinity, Hull FC v St Helens and Huddersfield Giants v Wigan Warriors
(Subtitles)

Rating: 6.8
1:45pm
Getting the Builders In
Season 1 Episode 6/15

Three pairs of builders compete with one another to win the job of transforming a toy-stuffed playroom in Oxted, Surrey, into a teenage den on a budget of £5,000
(Subtitles) (Repeat)

Rating: 6.9
2:30pm
For What It's Worth
Season 2 Episode 11/23

Antiques expert David Harper 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: 6.7
3:15pm
Secrets of the Castle with Ruth, Peter and Tom
Season 1 Episode 2/5

Historian Ruth Goodman and archaeologists Tom Pinfold and Peter Ginn explore the art of medieval combat and the construction of a castle's defensive structures. They look at the ingenious features 13th-century builders came up with to withstand attack from a formidable array of siege engines, and explore the craft behind the weapons they had to resist, from trebuchets to crossbows. Ruth has a go at making cloth armour in the form of a gambeson, while Tom and Peter get to grips with constructing arrow loops, a key defensive feature of the castle walls
(Subtitles) (Repeat) (Audio Described)

Rating: 2.6
4:15pm
Natural World
Ghost Bear Family: Natural World
Season 34 Episode 9/10

In the vast wilderness of Canada's west coast lie forests that are home to North American black bears that through a quirk of genetics are born pure white and known as ghost bears. Canadian film-maker Jeff Turner and his own family spend a year following a she-bear and its cubs as they coped with the constant threat of hunger and potential predators all around
(Subtitles) (Repeat) (Audio Described)

Rating: 8.9
5:15pm
Antiques Road Trip
Season 16 Episode 7/20

Anita Manning and Charles Hanson search for antiques to sell at an auction in Dumfries. During the journey, Charles takes a dip in the River Tweed looking for salmon
(Subtitles) (Repeat)

Rating: 6.7
6:00pm
Eggheads
Season 20 Episode 15/95

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. Presented by Jeremy Vine
(Subtitles)

Rating: 5.3
6:30pm
Great British Railway Journeys
Deptford to West Silvertown
Season 6 Episode 7/20

Michael Portillo travels on London's first railway and admires the remarkable brick viaduct on which it was built, before taking a tour underneath its arches with a Victorian map showing the poverty of those who once lived there. The Docklands Light Railway takes him to Greenwich, home to the tea clipper Cutty Sark, before he ends this leg of his journey in West Silvertown
(Subtitles) (Repeat) (Audio Described)

Rating: 9.3
7:00pm
Back in Time for Tea
Season 6 Episode 2/6

The decade after the Second World War sees the Ellis family on rations without a fridge, hot water or an electric cooker. Thrifty fodder includes the regional favourites cow heel pie and Yorkshire pudding made with dried eggs, and while the cost of food is low, family spirits are high. The insecurity of the hungry thirties has been replaced by the promise of a fairer society for working class families with government commitment to full employment and better housing and healthcare. Plus, two new family members - chickens Sara and Polly - treat them to fresh eggs. Sara Cox and Polly Russell present
(Subtitles) (Repeat) (Audio Described)

Rating: 7.9
8:00pm
Inside the Factory
Coffee
Season 4 Episode 1/10

Gregg Wallace explores an enormous Derbyshire coffee factory, where they produce 175,000 jars of instant coffee a day. He follows the production of freeze dried instant coffee, from the arrival of 27 tonnes of Brazilian green coffee beans right through to dispatch. Meanwhile, Cherry Healey learns about the drink's chemistry and Ruth Goodman investigates its origins, visiting the site of the UK's very first coffee house which sprang up in a London churchyard in 1652
(New Series) (Subtitles) (Audio Described)

Rating: 3.4
9:00pm
The Five Billion Pound Super Sewer
Season 1 Episode 1/3

Documentary filmed over the course of three years, following the huge engineering project to expand London's sewers, the biggest upgrade to the Victorian-age network for more than 150 years. The first episode focuses on the creation of the first stretch in east London, as lead engineer Emmanuel Costes has to build a massive 80-metre-deep shaft, and make it watertight using a risky technique called `slipform'
(New Series) (Subtitles) (Audio Described)

Rating: 10
10:00pm
Live at the Apollo
Season 11 Episode 4/7

Romesh Ranganathan comperes an evening of stand-up at London's Hammersmith Apollo, treating the audience to his own brand of humour before introducing routines by comedy circuit stars Jason Byrne and Stewart Francis
(Subtitles) (Repeat)

Rating: 6.1
10:30pm
Newsnight
17/07/2018
Analysis of the day's events, presented by Evan Davis
(Subtitles)

Rating: 4.2
11:10pm
Weather
(Subtitles)

Rating: 8.9
11:15pm
Picnic at Hanging Rock
Season 1 Episode 1/6

New series. A six-part reimagining of Joan Lindsay's 1967 mystery novel. Mysterious widow Hester Appleyard purchases an isolated mansion out in the Australian bush to transform into a school for young ladies, and six years later, Appleyard College is a success. When students and staff go for a Valentine's Day picnic to Hanging Rock in 1900, three of the school's star students and a teacher mysteriously vanish. Starring Natalie Dormer, Samara Weaving, Madeleine Madden and Lily Sullivan
(Subtitles) (Repeat) (Audio Described)

Rating: 7.9
12:10am
Reporting Trump's First Year: The Fourth Estate
Matters of Fact
Season 1 Episode 4/4

As the year draws to a close, Michael Flynn pleads guilty over lying to the FBI, bringing the investigation closer to the president's inner circle. Reporters dig deeper on the obstruction of justice case Robert Mueller might be building against the President, while executive editor Dean Baquet assembles the White House correspondents to determine how to proceed in the next year. Last in the series
(Subtitles) (Repeat) (Audio Described)

Rating: 4.4
1:05am
Grammar Schools: Who Will Get In?
Season 1 Episode 3/3

Students face their mock GCSEs, but at Erith secondary modern Denisa must prepare for her exams without a permanent teacher in her science class. Two miles down the road at Townley grammar, the pupils feel the pressure to get top grades, with Tanisha needing to get good GCSEs to stay on at 6th form, but she is in competition with students from other schools. Meanwhile, the head teachers of Erith and Townley announce they are embarking on an ambitious plan to bring both schools into the same trust. Last in the series
(Subtitles) (Repeat) (Sign Language) (Audio Described)

Rating: 8
2:05am
Million Pound Menu
Naked Dough and Black Bear Burger
Season 1 Episode 6/6

Another two food brands seek investment. Naked Dough, operating as a pop-up in London, serves a vegan-friendly dough developed by pastry chef and co-founder Jen. They now want £250,000 to open their own shop. Premium burger stall Black Bear Burger has allowed husband and wife Liz and Stew to leave their jobs and focus full-time on the business. Now they want to take the next step but they need investment if they are to open a proper outlet. Fred Sirieix meets the teams and follows their pitches
(Subtitles) (Repeat) (Sign Language) (Audio Described)

Rating: 5.8
3:05am
This Is BBC Two
Preview of upcoming programmes from BBC Two
(Subtitles)

Rating: 9

Wed 18 Jul

6:00am
Flog It! Trade Secrets
European - Part One
Season 3 Episode 7/30

The show's experts offer advice on making money from European antiques and collectibles, while Paul Martin casts his eye over a painting by Salvador Dali
(Subtitles) (Repeat)

Rating: 6.8
6:30am
Matron, Medicine and Me: 70 Years of the NHS
Matron, Medicine and Me: Si King
Season 2 Episode 2/5

Hairy Biker Si King returns to north-east England to examine the period in 2014 when he suffered a brain aneurysm, revealing how the NHS was critical in saving his life
(Subtitles) (Repeat) (Audio Described)

Rating: 8.2
7:15am
Heir Hunters
Heir Hunters with Michael Buerk: Crow/Horsley
Season 12 Episode 12/20

Investigating the high value estate of illustrator Jean Crow, and an illegitimate birth proves a stumbling block to finding Philip Horsley's heirs
(Subtitles) (Repeat) (Audio Described)

Rating: 3.8
8:00am
Eat Well for Less?
Season 5 Episode 1/4

New series. Gregg Wallace and Chris Bavin help the Atkinson family from Blackpool lower their food bill. Michelle and John lives with Gary (22), Liam (19) and Kyle (7), and despite working 50 hours a week, feeding the family has fallen to mum Michelle. However, the two oldest lads earn their own money and prefer to buy takeaways - despite having a fridge full of food. Can the presenters, with the help of nutritionist Priya Tew, get the family to cut down on the fast food and help work together more at mealtimes?
(Subtitles) (Repeat) (Sign Language) (Audio Described)

Rating: 2.8
9:00am
Victoria Derbyshire
18/07/2018
Daily news and current-affairs programme offering discussion of breaking stories, exclusive interviews and audience interaction via social media
(Subtitles)

Rating: 1.7
11:00am
BBC Newsroom Live
18/07/2018
A chance to stay up to date on the day's leading stories, with the latest breaking news as it happens
(Subtitles)

Rating: 5.4
11:30am
Daily Politics
18/07/2018
Coverage of Prime Minister's Questions from the House of Commons at 12.00, interspersed with discussions, interviews and reports from around the country
(Subtitles)

Rating: 5.7
1:00pm
Perfection
Season 5 Episode 39/60

Nick Knowles hosts the general knowledge quiz in which contestants can win a rolling jackpot that starts at £1,000, but only by achieving perfection. If they fail in their attempt, the money is carried over to create a bigger cash prize in the following game
(Subtitles) (Repeat)

Rating: 2.2
1:45pm
Getting the Builders In
Season 1 Episode 7/15

Epsom homeowners Zoe and Kevin task three sets of builders with creating an en suite bathroom, but it remains to be seen which design they go for
(Subtitles) (Repeat)

Rating: 6.9
2:30pm
For What It's Worth
Season 2 Episode 12/23

Fern Britton hosts the quiz in which three pairs of contestants try to amass antiques and collectibles by answering general knowledge questions. Anita Manning is today's expert
(Subtitles) (Repeat)

Rating: 6.7
3:15pm
Secrets of the Castle with Ruth, Peter and Tom
Season 1 Episode 3/5

This edition focuses on the surprisingly colourful world of medieval interior design, with Peter Ginn and Tom Pinfold rendering and lime-washing the inside walls of a guard tower, transforming its dark stone walls into a bright space. Ruth Goodman makes paint and decorates the castle bedchamber using designs based on those recently discovered at an 11th-century church nearby, and Peter gets to grips with the indoor toilets known as garderobes
(Subtitles) (Repeat) (Audio Described)

Rating: 2.6
4:15pm
Hidden Kingdoms
Under Open Skies
Season 1 Episode 1/3

Documentary revealing the survival techniques used by the animal kingdom's smallest creatures. North America's Sonoran Desert is home to the grasshopper mouse, which is capable of disarming scorpions and centipedes twice its size, and displays a power and athleticism that enables it to avoid the attentions of rattlesnakes and tarantulas. In Africa, the elephant shrew, known as the sengi, employs speed to keep its distance from predators, following a meticulously constructed - and maintained - network of tiny racetracks in the savannah. The film concludes with Hidden Kingdoms Revealed, a 10-minute report on how the documentary was made. Narrated by Stephen Fry
(Subtitles) (Repeat) (Audio Described)

Rating: 7.1
5:15pm
Antiques Road Trip
Season 16 Episode 8/20

Charles Hanson and Anita Manning travel through the Lake District on their search for antiques and collectibles to put up for sale at auction in Edinburgh, picking up items including a human skeleton and a King Charles spaniel
(Subtitles) (Repeat)

Rating: 6.7
6:00pm
Eggheads
Season 20 Episode 16/95

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)

Rating: 5.3
6:30pm
Great British Railway Journeys
Stratford to London Victoria
Season 6 Episode 8/20

Michael Portillo takes the high-speed line to Stratford in east London to explore the legacy of the Olympic Park and explores Spitalfields, an area of the city that has been home to many immigrants through the centuries. He ends this leg of his journey at Victoria underground station, where he finds out about the massive makeover currently under way
(Subtitles) (Repeat) (Audio Described)

Rating: 9.3
7:00pm
Back in Time for Tea
Season 6 Episode 3/6

The Ellis family enjoys the new freedoms of the 1960s, from steak and chips and caravan holidays to muscle man competitions. Cameras follow dad as he puts in a shift down the local pit, while mum and girls head to the local phone box to try the new telephone recipe service. Presented by Sara Cox and Polly Russell
(Subtitles) (Repeat) (Audio Described)

Rating: 7.9
8:00pm
Gardeners' World
Season 51 Episode 16/29

Adam Frost meets Prince Charles The Prince of Wales in his garden at Highgrove, to discuss the issue of biosecurity, an issues which could have a big effect on our gardens and landscapes. Plus, Monty Don demonstrates pruning, propagating and planting pots, regardless of the weather, and Carol Klein profiles the Agapanthus
(Subtitles)

Rating: 7.4
9:00pm
Picnic at Hanging Rock
Season 1 Episode 2/6

A search for the missing pupils and the governess finds no trace of them at Hanging Rock, and Hester tries her best to contain mounting hysteria at the school. She believes that young orphan Sara may know something about the disappearance. Young Englishman, the Honourable Michael Fitzhubert, was the last person to see the girls alive, and when the search is abandoned, he returns to Hanging Rock to continue to look for the pupils and governess Miss Greta McGraw himself. Starring Natalie Dormer and Harrison Gilbertson
(Subtitles) (Audio Described)

Rating: 7.9
10:00pm
Mortimer & Whitehouse: Gone Fishing
Season 1 Episode 5/6

The pair fish at Christchurch's quintessential Bridge Pool in Dorset, hoping to catch sea trout, before Paul persuades Bob to charter a boat in search of sea bass. They venture out to the Needles where Paul makes a incredible catch, and decide to take the fish to a local restaurant to prepare it
(Subtitles) (Audio Described)

Rating: 7
10:30pm
Newsnight
18/07/2018
Analysis of the day's events, presented by Emily Maitlis
(Subtitles)

Rating: 4.2
11:10pm
Weather
(Subtitles)

Rating: 8.9
11:15pm
The Misadventures of Romesh Ranganathan
Albania
Season 1 Episode 3/3

The comedian tests his preconceptions of Albania, guided on a whistlestop tour of the country by local TV presenter and journalist Erjona Rusi. Along the way, he tries to discover why Albania has remained a stubbornly unfashionable holiday destination, meeting those at the extremes of the country, from the rural farmers to the billionaire playboys who live in the cities in the company of supermodels. Last in the series
(Subtitles) (Repeat) (Audio Described)

Rating: 4.1
12:15am
Celebrities on the NHS Frontline
Season 1 Episode 2/2

Conclusion of the two-part documentary in which four famous faces work alongside the staff of King's College Hospital, London. Ann Widdecombe tackles the bed crisis head-on by becoming a bed manager, while Stacey Dooley is in the cardiac unit - the first of its kind to treat heart attacks while they are happening. Jonnie Peacock discovers how the staff look after their most vulnerable patients on the children's ward, and as Michael Mosley shadows the junior doctors treating injuries and diseases of the neck, he wants to know what gives them the strength, knowing they face 18 years of training to become a consultant
(Subtitles) (Repeat) (Sign Language) (Audio Described)

Rating: 3.7
1:15am
Mortimer & Whitehouse: Gone Fishing
Season 1 Episode 1/6

Cameras follow old friends Paul Whitehouse and Bob Mortimer as they embark on an angling trip round the UK. The first stop is Norfolk, and while fishing for tench, Bob tries to impress Paul with his childhood fishing rod - and fails. They share nostalgia for their younger years and reveal how they recently came face to face with their own mortality due to heart disease
(Subtitles) (Repeat) (Sign Language) (Audio Described)

Rating: 7
1:45am
True North
Role Model
Documentary following Kate Grant, a 19-year-old with Down's syndrome, as she pursues her dream of becoming a fashion model and takes her first steps on the catwalk
(Subtitles) (Repeat) (Sign Language) (Audio Described)

Rating: 7.5
2:15am
This Is BBC Two
Preview of upcoming programmes from BBC Two
(Subtitles)

Rating: 9

Thu 19 Jul

6:00am
Flog It! Trade Secrets
Handmade - Part One
Season 3 Episode 8/30

Presenter Paul Martin and the team explore a selection of handmade antiques and collectibles
(Subtitles) (Repeat)

Rating: 6.8
6:30am
Matron, Medicine and Me: 70 Years of the NHS
Matron, Medicine and Me: Dr Rangan Chatterjee
Season 2 Episode 3/5

Dr Rangan Chatterjee examines how the NHS has treated kidney disease through the years, reuniting with the team who treated his father for kidney failure
(Subtitles) (Repeat) (Audio Described)

Rating: 8.2
7:15am
Heir Hunters
Heir Hunters with Michael Buerk: Kelly/Henshaw
Season 12 Episode 13/20

The death of Ivy Henshaw uncovers a rich family history involved in an important 19th century British industry. The team also investigates the case of retired haulier, Peter Kelly
(Subtitles) (Repeat) (Audio Described)

Rating: 3.8
8:00am
Caught Red Handed
Season 7 Episode 1/20

Dominic Littlewood reveals more of the ways criminals are caught in the act, beginning with police using ingenious methods to track a mugger down
(Subtitles) (Repeat) (Sign Language)

Rating: 3.4
8:30am
Caught Red Handed
Season 7 Episode 2/20

A shop worker is horrified when a knife-wielding man bursts into his store, leaving him with seconds to make the most important decision of his life
(Subtitles) (Repeat) (Sign Language)

Rating: 3.4
9:00am
Victoria Derbyshire
19/07/2018
Daily news and current-affairs programme offering discussion of breaking stories, exclusive interviews and audience interaction via social media
(Subtitles)

Rating: 1.7
11:00am
BBC Newsroom Live
19/07/2018
A chance to stay up to date on the day's leading stories, with the latest breaking news as it happens
(Subtitles)

Rating: 5.4
12:00pm
Daily Politics
19/07/2018
Jo Coburn and her guests discuss the latest parliamentary proceedings and what has been happening in the world of politics
(Subtitles)

Rating: 5.7
1:00pm
Perfection
Season 5 Episode 40/60

Nick Knowles hosts the general knowledge quiz in which contestants can win a rolling jackpot that starts at £1,000, but only by achieving perfection. If they fail in their attempt, the money is carried over to create a bigger cash prize in the following game
(Subtitles) (Repeat)

Rating: 2.2
1:45pm
Getting the Builders In
Season 1 Episode 8/15

Nazan wants her kitchen in Wolverhampton refreshing on a budget of £3,000, while in Wigan, Chris and Joanna need the balustrade on their staircase replacing
(Subtitles) (Repeat)

Rating: 6.9
2:30pm
For What It's Worth
Season 2 Episode 13/23

Fern Britton hosts the game show in which three pairs of contestants try to amass a valuable collection of antiques and collectibles by answering general knowledge questions, with the value of the items they win being converted to a cash prize. This time, she is joined by antiques expert Charles Hanson
(Subtitles) (Repeat)

Rating: 6.7
3:15pm
Secrets of the Castle with Ruth, Peter and Tom
Season 1 Episode 4/5

Ruth Goodman, Peter Ginn and Tom Pinfold examine the ways in which every aspect of the construction of a castle required the stonemasons, blacksmiths and carpenters to co-ordinate their efforts - from making and sharpening tools, to processing wood, and securing timber scaffolding on the castle walls. Peter and Tom help fix the Guedelon water mill, which is having major teething problems, and the team follows the progress of the construction of a wooden walkway connecting the chapel tower with the Great Hall
(Subtitles) (Repeat) (Audio Described)

Rating: 2.6
4:15pm
Hidden Kingdoms
Secret Forests
Season 1 Episode 2/3

Stephen Fry narrates another documentary revealing the survival techniques of the animal kingdom's smallest creatures. This film follows a young tree shrew as it darts through the rainforest of Borneo on the lookout for food. The creature's super-fast metabolism means it is always hungry, but as it searches for fruit, it must avoid fire ants, giant snakes and even a carnivorous plant. Cameras also follow a male chipmunk collecting acorns in preparation for winter - but while he's out, a bigger, more aggressive neighbour ransacks his store. Can he get the nuts back?
(Subtitles) (Repeat) (Audio Described)

Rating: 7.1
5:15pm
Antiques Road Trip
Season 16 Episode 9/20

Charles Hanson and Anita Manning travel to an auction via Edinburgh, Melrose and Kelso. While Charles plays it canny in the Scottish capital, Anita blows every penny of her budget. Exchanging four wheels for three, she splashes out on a vintage pink girls' trike. while Charles takes tea, 18th-century style, for under a tenner

Rating: 6.7
6:00pm
Eggheads
Season 20 Episode 17/95

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)

Rating: 5.3
6:30pm
Great British Railway Journeys
London's West End
Season 6 Episode 9/20

Michael Portillo heads to London's West End as he explores 19th-century engineering used in theatres, and learns about the ambitious building programme that saw Trafalgar Square replace slums. He indulges in some retail therapy at a Piccadilly Circus perfumery patronised by kings, queens and prime ministers, and finds out how diseases were rife in Victorian London on a visit to Soho
(Subtitles) (Repeat) (Audio Described)

Rating: 9.3
7:00pm
RHS: Flower Show Tatton Park
Season 2018 Episode 1/2

The first of two visits to the annual flower show at Tatton Park in Cheshire as it celebrates its 20th birthday. The presenters explore the diverse range of show gardens, including those in the compact `back-to-backs' category, and meet the first three people shortlisted for the RHS Young Designer of the Year award. There is also a tour of the floral marquee and a look at the darker side of plants in new exhibit the Poison Garden
(Subtitles)

8:00pm
Golf: The Open
Golf: The Open Championship Highlights: 2018 Day One
Eilidh Barbour presents action from the first day of the prestigious event, which takes place at Carnoustie Golf Links in Angus, Scotland, with Jordan Spieth taking to the tee as the reigning champion. The American shot a five-under 65 on the opening day of last year's tournament at Royal Birkdale, which saw him take a share of the lead with compatriots Brooks Koepka and Matt Kuchar. He would finish each of the next three days at the top of the leaderboard, and in lifting the Claret Jug became only the second player in history to win three of the four majors before turning 24, following in the illustrious footsteps of Jack Nicklaus
(Subtitles)

Rating: 7.5
10:00pm
Quacks
The Duke's Tracheotomy
Season 1 Episode 1/6

Medical comedy set in Victorian London about four pioneers, friends and rivals who are fighting to make a mark on the world and save lives. Surgeon Robert is put under pressure after a botched amputation, so John - a drug-addled dentist - who is trying to create the world's first anaesthetic, convinces Robert to use a potentially lethal ether in a pioneering operation. Rory Kinnear and Rupert Everett star
(Subtitles) (Repeat) (Audio Described)

Rating: 4.4
10:30pm
Newsnight
19/07/2018
Analysis of the day's events, presented by Evan Davis
(Subtitles)

Rating: 4.2
11:10pm
Weather
(Subtitles)

Rating: 8.9
11:15pm
Hospital
Season 1 Episode 1/6

Documentary following the staff of St Mary's Hospital in London, capturing the day-to-day realities facing the NHS and the tough decisions that hospital staff and patients alike have to endure. Two patients await life-saving surgery, but the hospital is at full capacity and there is only one bed in intensive care remaining
(Subtitles) (Repeat)

Rating: 5.7
12:15am
Reginald D Hunter's Songs of the Border
Against the backdrop of President Trump's planned construction of a wall between the two countries, the comedian takes a 2,000-mile musical road trip along the US-Mexico border. He explores how romance and reality play out musically, where third-world Mexico meets first-world USA on `the broken road to the American Dream'
(Subtitles) (Repeat) (Audio Described)

Rating: 10
1:30am
Who Do You Think You Are?
Olivia Colman
Season 15 Episode 2/8

Olivia Colman finds some surprises in her ancestral history, and her belief that most of those in her family tree emanate from Norfolk turns out to be far from the truth. Olivia is astonished to discover that she needs to travel to India to find out more about her great-great-great grandmother Harriot, who was an orphan in 1811 on a ship bound for England from Calcutta. Harriot's father was an an Englishman, but the identity of her mother, who gave birth to her in a remote Indian village, is a mystery Olivia delights in solving
(Subtitles) (Repeat) (Sign Language) (Audio Described)

Rating: 6.1
2:30am
The Misadventures of Romesh Ranganathan
Haiti
Season 1 Episode 1/3

The comedian visits countries that are rarely visited by tourists to get a sense of the local culture and find out if they deserve their reputation. His first destination is Haiti, a country mostly famous for a dictatorship and a series of natural disasters. Accompanied by journalist Jeremy Dupin, he visits the iron market, attends vodou ceremonies, and explores a cathedral destroyed by an earthquake
(Subtitles) (Repeat) (Sign Language) (Audio Described)

Rating: 4.1
3:30am
This Is BBC Two
Preview of upcoming programmes from BBC Two
(Subtitles)

Rating: 9

Fri 20 Jul

6:00am
Flog It! Trade Secrets
In Living Memory - Part Two
Season 3 Episode 21/30

Part two of two. The team shares tips on what makes a good modern collectible, and Philip Serrell and Charlie Ross visit the home of Aston Martin. Paul Martin presents
(Subtitles) (Repeat)

Rating: 6.8
6:30am
Matron, Medicine and Me: 70 Years of the NHS
Matron, Medicine and Me: Cerrie Burnell
Season 2 Episode 4/5

Former CBeebies presenter Cerrie Burnell looks at how the NHS has served disabled people, speaking to Thalidomide survivor Louise and recent double amputee Paolo. Cerrir also returns to Queen Mary's Hospital, Roehampton, where - having been born with one arm - she was brought as a little girl to be fitted with a prosthetic limb
(Subtitles) (Repeat) (Audio Described)

Rating: 8.2
7:15am
Heir Hunters
Heir Hunters with Michael Buerk: Liddell/Andy Hughes
Season 12 Episode 14/20

One case reveals an important clergyman in the family and significant wealth going back generations, while an advert in the paper for relatives sets the team on an exciting trail
(Subtitles) (Repeat) (Audio Described)

Rating: 3.8
8:00am
Gardeners' World
Season 51 Episode 14/29

Adam Frost meets an extraordinary woman who runs a community project in the centre of Birmingham, while Frances Tophill catches up with her allotment in Bristol. Joe Swift travels to Dorset to a garden that has been designed around a challenging landscape and Nick Bailey visits the restored Temperate House at Kew Gardens. Monty Don shares his tips on how to keep displays going all summer long, there is plenty to do on the veg plot too and things are looking promising in the Longmeadow fruit garden
(Subtitles) (Repeat) (Sign Language)

Rating: 7.4
9:00am
Victoria Derbyshire
20/07/2018
Daily news and current-affairs programme offering discussion of breaking stories, exclusive interviews and audience interaction via social media
(Subtitles)

Rating: 1.7
11:00am
BBC Newsroom Live
20/07/2018
A chance to stay up to date on the day's leading stories, with the latest breaking news as it happens
(Subtitles)

Rating: 5.4
12:00pm
Daily Politics
20/07/2018
Parliamentary proceedings interspersed with discussions, interviews and filmed reports from around the country. Presented by Jo Coburn
(Subtitles)

Rating: 5.7
1:00pm
Perfection
Season 5 Episode 41/60

Nick Knowles hosts the general knowledge quiz in which contestants can win a rolling jackpot that starts at £1,000, but only by achieving perfection. If they fail in their attempt, the money is carried over to create a bigger cash prize in the following game
(Subtitles) (Repeat)

Rating: 2.2
1:45pm
Getting the Builders In
Season 1 Episode 9/15

In Hyde, Greater Manchester, three sets of builders compete to make a walk-in cupboard for Angela's son Finnan. In Surrey, Claire and Chris need a new porch
(Subtitles) (Repeat)

Rating: 6.9
2:30pm
For What It's Worth
Season 2 Episode 14/23

Antiques expert Charlie Ross assists host Fern Britton, giving his expert insight into the world of antiques and collectibles as the three pairs of contestants answer general knowledge questions, hoping for the chance to add antiques to their collections and win the game
(Subtitles) (Repeat)

Rating: 6.7
3:15pm
Secrets of the Castle with Ruth, Peter and Tom
Season 1 Episode 5/5

As their time in Burgundy draws to an end, the team looks at the castle's place in the wider medieval world. Peter Ginn visits nearby Vezelay Abbey to examine the influences that were shaping the stone architecture of the period, and back at Guedelon he helps build an ornate entrance to the chapel inspired by ideas from distant lands. Ruth Goodman explores how pilgrimage was a means by which anyone - regardless of class, age or gender - could travel to far-off places, while Tom Pinfold works on a new door for the kitchen. The three come together to help with one of the castle's most ambitious projects to date, a spectacular limestone window for the chapel. Last in the series
(Subtitles) (Repeat) (Audio Described)

Rating: 2.6
4:15pm
Hidden Kingdoms
Urban Jungles
Season 1 Episode 3/3

The documentary focuses on small creatures in an urban setting. In Rio de Janeiro, marmosets use power-lines as they would tree branches to scour the streets for food, and one animal becomes separated from its group and is forced to the ground, where it confronts the dangers of the city alone. Almost 11,000 miles away in the neon metropolis of Tokyo, a rhinoceros beetle begins an extraordinary journey to find sanctuary on a rare patch of greenery, along the way facing predatory bats, eight-eyed jumping spiders, praying mantises and a sharp-eyed crow. Including Hidden Kingdoms Revealed, showing how the film was made. Narrated by Stephen Fry. Last in the series
(Subtitles) (Repeat) (Audio Described)

Rating: 7.1
5:15pm
Antiques Road Trip
Season 16 Episode 10/20

Charles Hanson goes native in Scotland and after an unorthodox bargain comes back with a sporran, while Anita Manning revives the Auld Alliance with some expensive French transactions. While Anita is reduced to tears by Charles' attempts to master the local lingo, his dancing to a vintage toy record player would make anyone weep. The pair then head to an auction in North Shields, Tyne and Wear
(Subtitles) (Repeat)

Rating: 6.7
6:00pm
Eggheads
Season 20 Episode 18/95

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)

Rating: 5.3
6:30pm
Great British Railway Journeys
High Street Kensington to London Bridge
Season 6 Episode 10/20

Michael Portillo embarks on his final journey in London, exploring Albertopolis in south Kensington and reaching dizzying heights inside a Victorian landmark. At Vauxhall, he learns about the darker side of London's flower market in Bradshaw's day and ends at London Bridge, where two stations are becoming one and a new concourse is being built
(Subtitles) (Repeat) (Audio Described)

Rating: 9.3
7:00pm
RHS: Flower Show Tatton Park
Season 2018 Episode 2/2

Further highlights from the horticultural event at Tatton Park in Cheshire, exploring the varieties of fruit and vegetables on offer in the Discover and Grow marquee, and a masterclass in pickling for home growers with a bountiful harvest. There's also the announcement of the RHS Young Designer of the Year award and the Best Show garden
(Subtitles)

8:00pm
Golf: The Open
Golf: The Open Championship Highlights: 2018 Day Two
Eilidh Barbour presents action from the second day of the prestigious event, which takes place at Carnoustie Golf Links in Angus, Scotland, as the players aimed to make the cut ahead of the weekend's play. Day two of last year's tournament at Royal Birkdale was blighted by testing weather conditions, which led to just eight players carding an under-par round. While eventual champion Jordan Spieth managed to take sole position at the top of the leaderboard following a one-under 69 to claim an overall score of six under par, a host of former champions would fare less well, as the likes of Phil Mickelson, Louis Oosthuizen and Darren Clarke missed the cut
(Subtitles)

Rating: 7.5
10:00pm
Mock the Week
Season 17 Episode 1/13

Dara O Briain hosts as regular panellist Hugh Dennis looks back on another events in news and politics, with the help of fellow comedians James Acaster, Angela Barnes, Ed Gamble, Darren Harriott and Zoe Lyons. Yet again, stand-up and improvisation are the name of the game as the contestants try to get one up on one another
(Subtitles) (Repeat)

Rating: 5.5
10:30pm
Newsnight
20/07/2018
Analysis of the day's events, presented by Emily Maitlis
(Subtitles)

Rating: 4.2
11:00pm
Weather
(Subtitles)

Rating: 8.9
11:05pm
Louis Theroux: Dark States
Louis Theroux: Dark States - Murder in Milwaukee
Season 1 Episode 3/3

The reporter examines gun crime and racial tensions in the US city, where the homicide rate is 12 times the national average and the police are frequently regarded with distrust. He follows the police department's homicide officers as they investigate a shooting, spends time with a family that has lost a loved one to gun crime, and meets a former gang leader who has become a social activist dedicated to finding solutions to her city's problems. He also examines the impact of a recent police shooting. Last in the series
(Subtitles) (Repeat) (Audio Described)

Rating: 9.5
12:05am
Joe Lycett: That's the Way, A-Ha, A-Ha, Joe Lycett
A performance from the comedian's award-winning live show, recorded at the Duchess Theatre in London's West End. Joe tackles topics including Post Office jobsworths, celebrities on Twitter and getting into an argument with Isis
(Subtitles) (Repeat)

Rating: 3
1:05am
Panorama
Fighting for My Child - Panorama
In the aftermath of the Alfie Evans and Charlie Gard cases, the programme meets three families who spend their lives caring for children with serious disabilities. The number of school-aged children with complex needs has doubled since 2004, but many parents now struggle to secure the help their children need in the face of limited resources and this film shows what it takes to give children the care they need on a daily basis
(Subtitles) (Repeat) (Sign Language)

Rating: 6.3
1:35am
Conviction: Murder in Suburbia
Season 1 Episode 2/2

Part two of two. Louise Shorter checks out a potential new line of enquiry, meeting a former detective superintendent who says there could be a link between Linda and convicted double murderer Christopher Halliwell, who killed two women in the Swindon area. Could she have been another one of his victims? Louise also arranges for Glyn Razzell to take a polygraph test in prison while Inside Justice experts pour over the forensic evidence that was so crucial in Glyn's conviction
(Subtitles) (Repeat) (Sign Language)

Rating: 8.1
2:35am
Life and Death Row
Life and Death Row: In Cold Blood: In Cold Blood
With seven days to execution, a former US Marine meets a son he fathered on the run, giving him a will to live. His murder victim's boys recall the impact of having dad brutally killed
(Subtitles) (Repeat) (Sign Language) (Audio Described)

Rating: 8.6
3:35am
This Is BBC Two
Preview of upcoming programmes from BBC Two
(Subtitles)

Rating: 9

Sat 21 Jul

6:35am
Marrying Mum and Dad
Game Show
Season 6 Episode 3/15

Ed Petrie and guest presenter Ben Shires help three children to plan a game show-themed wedding, featuring embarrassing questions for their parents
(Subtitles)

Rating: 7.9
7:00am
Officially Amazing
Officially Amazing Goes Bunkers: Andrew Henderson, Horse Board Jumping, Daring Dicey Deed
Season 6 Episode 4/15

Competing for world records today are a football freestyler; a team of horseboard ramp jumpers and some supersonic skippers. In the bunker, Mr Cherry, US Ray and Sizzling Steve tackle a dicey record - and one of them faces a through splodging in the gunge tank
(Subtitles)

Rating: 8
7:30am
The Dengineers
Community Den - Part One
Season 3 Episode 14/15

Part one of two. The designers team up with Blue Peter fans to construct a den for children with life-limiting condition in Liverpool, on behalf of Claire House Children's Hospice in the Wirral
(Subtitles) (Repeat)

Rating: 7.5
8:00am
Naomi's Nightmares of Nature
Bonus Bits
Season 3 Episode 9/10

Naomi Wilkinson shares unseen bonus highlights from the filming of series three, including the lethal leap of the biggest big cat in Finland, searching the spooky jungles of Borneo for a toxic teddy and a colony of giant bats in Thailand
(Subtitles) (Repeat)

Rating: 4.7
8:30am
Deadly Dinosaurs with Steve Backshall
Kings of the Sky
Season 1 Episode 5/10

Steve discovers just what it takes to be a terror from the skies
(Subtitles) (Repeat) (Audio Described)

9:00am
David Attenborough's Natural Curiosities
Armoured Animals
Season 2 Episode 2/10

Naturalist David Attenborough explores animal oddities, looking at two different animals with curiously distinctive evolutionary quirks, linked together by a common theme. In this instalment, he examines how hedgehogs and rhinos have developed protective skins
(Subtitles) (Repeat) (Audio Described)

Rating: 5.1
9:25am
Animal Odd Couples
Season 1 Episode 1/2

Part one of two. It has long been believed that wildlife has evolved so that each different species sticks to its own kind. However, in recent years, the internet has been full of clips of unusual partnerships between animals, in which they display what appears to be friendship, affection and even love. Biologist Liz Bonnin sets out to discover whether science can explain such behaviour, asking why a cat would adopt some ducklings and whether an orang-utan could keep a dog as a pet
(Subtitles) (Repeat)

Rating: 7.6
10:25am
Coast
All at Sea 2
Season 8 Episode 5/24

The team heads offshore to examine stories related to the sea
(Subtitles) (Repeat)

Rating: 8.6
11:00am
Second Chance Summer: Tuscany
Season 1 Episode 6/6

The group enjoy their last few days together on the La Banditaccia farm, before reflecting on what they have learnt about themselves during their stay, and saying their final goodbyes. There's a chance of a lifetime on the horizon for one member of the group, while others reach some surprising conclusions about their future in Italy. Last in the series
(Subtitles) (Repeat) (Audio Described)

Rating: 5.4
12:00pm
Simply Nigella
Season 1 Episode 6/7

Food writer Nigella Lawson shares the origins of some of her ideas, revealing just how and why they came into being, including a bowl of steamed clams with Thai basil inspired by a recent holiday in Thailand. Her toasty olive oil granola was born out of a need to have a satisfying breakfast at the ready, while hunger pangs at the other end of the day led to a dish of griddled halloumi with a sweet chilli sauce. Finally, Nigella's friends are treated to a supper of griddled bavette steak, followed by a lemon pavlova
(Subtitles) (Repeat) (Audio Described)

Rating: 2.8
12:30pm
Kew on a Plate
Summer
Season 1 Episode 2/4

Summer has arrived at Kew and Raymond Blanc tries to protect his carrot crop to ensure he has a good supply for a stew, while Kate Humble learns how the vegetable was once used in medicine. At Hampton Court, food historian Marc Meltonville makes Kate a cup of hot chocolate as the Georgians would have prepared it, while Raymond prepares a vegetable bean chilli, complete with raw cacao. On the Isle of Wight, Kate discovers how a clandestine wartime operation was responsible for Britain's introduction to garlic
(Subtitles) (Repeat) (Audio Described)

1:30pm
Garden Rescue
West Sussex
Season 2 Episode 11/25

Charlie Dimmock and Dave and Harry Rich head to West Sussex, where they come up with ideas for the owners of a narrow garden who want to modernise their space
(Subtitles) (Repeat) (Audio Described)

Rating: 5.6
2:15pm
Wanted Down Under
Thompson Family
Season 10 Episode 21/24

James and Roisin spend a trial week in Australia, with James hoping to persuade his wife that the quality of their family time can be improved by a more permanent move
(Subtitles) (Repeat)

Rating: 4.7
3:00pm
Money for Nothing
Season 2 Episode 12/25

Sarah Moore saves three items from the recycling centre in Witley, Surrey. Bag-making specialist Neil Wraggs helps turn a pile of rustic hessian sacks into something more classy, designer Daniel Heath updates an old felted card table and Sarah's years as a chef come in handy with an unusual tip find
(Subtitles) (Repeat)

Rating: 2
4:00pm
Ben & James Versus the Arabian Desert
Season 1 Episode 1/2

Part one of two. Four years after On Thin Ice - their Antarctic expedition for BBC Two - James Cracknell and Ben Fogle reunite to attempt an unguided crossing of a portion of the Rub' al Khali desert - also known as the Empty Quarter. The duo are following in the footsteps of British explorer Wilfred Thesiger, who travelled extensively in the region between 1945 and 1949 and earned the nickname of Mubarak bin London from the Bedouin tribes
(Subtitles) (Repeat) (Audio Described)

Rating: 2.4
5:00pm
Flog It!
Dulwich 12
Season 10

Paul Martin and experts Michael Baggott and Kate Bateman value people's antiques and collectibles from Dulwich College in south-east London. There, they encounter an unloved Steiff monkey, a Russian silver goblet and a biscuit tin, while the presenter visits St Paul's Cathedral to follow the story of Sir Christopher Wren's design
(Subtitles) (Repeat)

Rating: 6.6
5:50pm
Natural World
Supercharged Otters: Natural World
Season 36 Episode 5/8

Cameraman Charlie Hamilton James has been captivated by otters for the last 25 years and has filmed them more than anyone else. Now, through the eyes of three river orphaned otters, he sets out to reveal their survival secrets and exactly why he believes these creatures are so special
(Subtitles) (Repeat) (Audio Described)

Rating: 8.9
6:50pm
Proms Extra
Season 6 Episode 1/7

New series. Katie Derham presents the weekly magazine show on which she joined by leading stars of the classical world for conversation about all that the Proms season has to offer. In the spotlight for the first 2018 edition are Five Telegrams from the First Night of the Proms, the Young Musicians Prom and multi-instrumentalist Jacob Collier, while David Owen Norris returns with Chord of the Week
(New Series) (Subtitles)

Rating: 10
7:30pm
Dad's Army
High Finance
Season 8 Episode 5/8

Captain Mainwaring is alarmed to discover the extent of Corporal Jones's cash-flow crisis and takes drastic measures to help the butcher get back on his feet. Classic comedy first shown in 1975, starring Arthur Lowe and Clive Dunn
(Subtitles) (Repeat)

Rating: 9.3
8:00pm
Golf: The Open
Golf: The Open Championship Highlights: 2018 Day Three
Eilidh Barbour presents action from the third day of the prestigious event at Carnoustie Golf Links in Angus, Scotland, as the players aimed to move a step closer to glory. In the third round at Royal Birkdale last year, eventual champion Jordan Spieth strengthened his grip at the top of the leaderboard by shooting 65 to move three shots clear of his American compatriot Matt Kuchar. However, the day belonged to South African Branden Grace after he became the first man in history to card a 62 in a major championship. Grace holed eight birdies in a bogey-free third round to set the record. With commentary from Peter Alliss, Ken Brown, Andrew Cotter and Maureen Madill
(Subtitles)

Rating: 7.5
10:00pm
QI XL
Ologies
Season 15 Episode 1/16

Sandi Toksvig hosts an extended edition of the comedy quiz show, posing more perplexing questions to a selection of celebrity guests. As ever, the panellists will not necessarily be expected to deliver the correct answers, and Sandi will be handing out points to those who provide the `most interesting' guesses. Challengers joining regular quizzer Alan Davies this week are Bill Bailey, Phill Jupitus and Claudia Winkleman
(Subtitles) (Repeat)

Rating: 6.5
10:45pm
Performance Live
Touretteshero: Me, My Mouth and I
Film exploring neurodiversity in the arts through the work of Samuel Beckett. Artist and activist Jess Thom, who has Tourette's syndrome, goes on an unpredictable journey of discovery into one of Beckett's most complex plays - Not I - asking the audience to reconsider issues of disability, representation and social exclusion as she prepares to perform the role of Mouth
(Subtitles) (Audio Described)

Rating: 3.1
11:45pm
Film Mandela: Long Walk to Freedom (2013)
Biopic of the South African political leader, following his rise to become one of the most prominent activists against the apartheid regime. His campaign results in his imprisonment, with wife Winnie continuing the struggle. His release after several decades brings fresh challenges, as he becomes the country's first democratically elected president and must find a way to build a united nation. Starring Idris Elba and Naomie Harris
(Subtitles) (Audio Described)

Rating: 6.8
2:05am
Picnic at Hanging Rock
Season 1 Episode 2/6

A search for the missing pupils and the governess finds no trace of them at Hanging Rock, and Hester tries her best to contain mounting hysteria at the school. She believes that young orphan Sara may know something about the disappearance. Young Englishman, the Honourable Michael Fitzhubert, was the last person to see the girls alive, and when the search is abandoned, he returns to Hanging Rock to continue to look for the pupils and governess Miss Greta McGraw himself. Starring Natalie Dormer and Harrison Gilbertson
(Subtitles) (Repeat) (Audio Described)

Rating: 7.9
3:00am
This Is BBC Two
Preview of upcoming programmes from BBC Two
(Subtitles)

Rating: 9

Sun 22 Jul

6:00am
A to Z of TV Gardening
Letter C
Season 1 Episode 3/25

Carol Kirkwood looks at themes beginning with the letter C, as part of her alphabetical journey through the world of horticulture. Along the way, she gets inspiration and advice from some of the BBC's most popular gardening presenters

Rating: 5.6
6:45am
Glorious Gardens from Above
Norfolk
Season 1 Episode 13/15

Horticulturist Christine Walkden's balloon travels over the flattest part of Britain as she descends on Norfolk. She helps cut a hole in a hedge at East Ruston Gardens, assists in preparing a tree for felling at Bressingham Gardens, and discovers the human history of the Norfolk Broads
(Subtitles) (Repeat)

Rating: 5.1
7:30am
Gardeners' World
Season 51 Episode 16/29

Adam Frost meets Prince Charles The Prince of Wales in his garden at Highgrove, to discuss the issue of biosecurity, an issues which could have a big effect on our gardens and landscapes. Plus, Monty Don demonstrates pruning, propagating and planting pots, regardless of the weather, and Carol Klein profiles the Agapanthus
(Subtitles) (Repeat)

Rating: 7.4
8:30am
Countryfile
The Seven Wonders of Wales
Season 2018

Sean Fletcher presents a special programme on Wales, spelling out what he loves so much about the country, including archive footage exploring the Seven Wonders of Wales. The mountains, hill farming, heritage, wildlife, castles, food and coastline of Wales are all examined, with the latter being of particular relevance as Sean journeys along Pembrokeshire's stretch of the Welsh Coastal Path
(Subtitles) (Repeat)

Rating: 6.7
9:25am
The Beechgrove Garden
Season 40 Episode 12/26

Carole Baxter visits an extraordinary organic market garden at the base of Aberdeenshire hill Tap o' Noth, to taste what is on the menu from the early harvest. Jim McColl is in Dairsie in Fife to meet 12-year-old Fraser White, who won the Royal Horticultural Society's coveted Young Gardener of the Year award for 2017
(Subtitles)

Rating: 7.6
9:55am
Saturday Kitchen Best Bites
Season 3 Episode 27/

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

Rating: 6.5
11:30am
The Best Dishes Ever
Speedy Cooking
Season 1 Episode 2/20

Ainsley Harriott introduces recipes that can be prepared quickly, including Nigel Slater's herb butter squid, James Martin's icebox cake and Mary Berry's chocolate tray bake
(Subtitles) (Repeat)

Rating: 6
12:00pm
Hairy Bikers' Best of British
Beef
Season 2 Episode 8/20

Si King and Dave Myers celebrate British beef, using it in a suet pudding and making oxtail soup. They visit a farmer who is focusing on the future with his wagyu cattle, discover the history of the much-maligned dish tripe and learn how to roast a whole ox
(Subtitles) (Repeat)

Rating: 5.4
1:00pm
Live Athletics
Athletics: Anniversary Games: 2018 Day Two
Gabby Logan presents coverage of day two from London Stadium, where the 11th meeting of the Diamond League campaign reaches its conclusion. Former Olympic, World, European and Commonwealth gold medallist Greg Rutherford is scheduled to line up for the final time in the long jump, at the scene of his most famous victory on `Super Saturday' at the 2012 Olympics. With commentary and analysis from Steve Cram, Andrew Cotter, Paula Radcliffe, Steve Backley and Michael Johnson
(Subtitles)

Rating: 3.6
4:30pm
Flog It!
Nottingham 9
Season 13 Episode 5/40

Antiques experts Mark Stacey and Michael Baggott appraise an array of collectibles and antiques at Southwell Minster, Nottinghamshire, including a classic Rolling Stones LP and a haul of Russian silver. Presenter Paul Martin also finds time to explore the county's Newstead Abbey, once home to 19th-century poet Lord Byron
(Subtitles) (Repeat)

Rating: 6.6
5:30pm
Secrets of Silicon Valley
The Disruptors
Season 1 Episode 1/2

Part one of two. Jamie Bartlett investigates how technology companies are shaping the future of the world, and the potential negative consequences of the drive towards progress. He visits Hyderabad, where the utopian vision promoted by Uber has left many drivers on the brink of suicide, questions the impact of more jobs becoming automated, and meets a former executive who fears social breakdown and the collapse of capitalism
(Subtitles) (Repeat) (Audio Described)

Rating: 9.6
6:30pm
Mortimer & Whitehouse: Gone Fishing
Season 1 Episode 5/6

The pair fish at Christchurch's quintessential Bridge Pool in Dorset, hoping to catch sea trout, before Paul persuades Bob to charter a boat in search of sea bass. They venture out to the Needles where Paul makes a incredible catch, and decide to take the fish to a local restaurant to prepare it
(Subtitles) (Repeat) (Audio Described)

Rating: 7
7:00pm
Inside the Factory
Coffee
Season 4 Episode 1/10

Gregg Wallace explores an enormous Derbyshire coffee factory, where they produce 175,000 jars of instant coffee a day. He follows the production of freeze dried instant coffee, from the arrival of 27 tonnes of Brazilian green coffee beans right through to dispatch. Meanwhile, Cherry Healey learns about the drink's chemistry and Ruth Goodman investigates its origins, visiting the site of the UK's very first coffee house which sprang up in a London churchyard in 1652
(Subtitles) (Repeat) (Audio Described)

Rating: 3.4
8:00pm
Golf: The Open
Golf: The Open Championship Highlights: 2018 Day Four
Eilidh Barbour presents action from the fourth and final day of the prestigious event at Carnoustie Golf Links in Angus, Scotland, as the third Major of the year drew to a close. Each of the last three Opens held at Carnoustie have been decided by a play-off, including Padraig Harrington's triumph in 2007 and Paul Lawrie's win on home soil in 1999. With commentary from Peter Alliss, Ken Brown, Andrew Cotter and Maureen Madill
(Subtitles)

Rating: 7.5
10:00pm
Shankly: Nature's Fire
Profile of football manager Bill Shankly, examining his success during two periods running Liverpool and the influence his Ayrshire roots had on his career. The film examines Shankly's down-to-Earth relationship with fans, and follows members of a supporters' group on a pilgrimage to the former mining community where he grew up. With contributions from Ian St John, Kevin Keegan, Denis Law and Roger Hunt
(Subtitles)

11:30pm
Idris Elba - King of Speed
Season 1 Episode 1/2

The first petrol-soaked instalment of a two-part documentary in which the Luther star embarks on an international journey to learn about the history of car racing while experiencing the thrill of driving competition vehicles. The actor travels from his childhood home in east London to the Motor City of Detroit and on to New Jersey, where he finds out about the first boy racers and explores how an obsession with driving fast has shaped professional motorsports and popular culture
(Subtitles) (Repeat) (Audio Described)

Rating: 1.8
12:30am
Countryfile
The Seven Wonders of Wales
Season 2018

Sean Fletcher presents a special programme on Wales, spelling out what he loves so much about the country, including archive footage exploring the Seven Wonders of Wales. The mountains, hill farming, heritage, wildlife, castles, food and coastline of Wales are all examined, with the latter being of particular relevance as Sean journeys along Pembrokeshire's stretch of the Welsh Coastal Path
(Subtitles) (Repeat) (Sign Language)

Rating: 6.7
1:25am
Holby City
The Friend Zone
Season 20 Episode 29/52

When nothing else seems to be going Sacha's way, he tries his hand at a new romance. Meanwhile, tensions rise as Meena moves in on Nicky's turf up on Darwin. And unconvinced by his slippery charm, Donna puts Zav to the test
(Subtitles) (Repeat) (Sign Language) (Audio Described)

Rating: 4.3
2:25am
This Is BBC Two
Preview of upcoming programmes from BBC Two
(Subtitles)

Rating: 9

Mon 23 Jul

6:00am
Flog It! Trade Secrets
Reproductions - Part Two
Season 3 Episode 25/30

The show's antiques experts consider the various factors involving in restoring an item, while presenter Paul Martin visits Gwydir Castle, Conwy, to view a large-scale restoration project
(Subtitles) (Repeat)

Rating: 6.8
6:30am
Matron, Medicine and Me: 70 Years of the NHS
Matron, Medicine and Me: Denise Lewis
Season 2 Episode 5/5

Former athlete Denise Lewis recalls her grandmother's career in the NHS, meeting patients and staff at the hospital where she worked and was eventually treated. Last in the series
(Subtitles) (Repeat) (Audio Described)

Rating: 8.2
7:15am
Heir Hunters
Heir Hunters with Michael Buerk: Ray/Walker
Season 12 Episode 15/20

The death of David Ray reveals the separate lives of a father and son in the same house. Plus, an act of bravery is uncovered in the search for David Walker's heirs
(Subtitles) (Repeat) (Audio Described)

Rating: 3.8
8:00am
Antiques Roadshow
Cardiff Castle 1
Season 40 Episode 16/26

Fiona Bruce presents the show from Cardiff Castle, where items brought in to be valued include a simple pottery jug given as a love token, an early Hockney print found in a junk shop, and a draft score for Elgar's Enigma Variations signed by the composer
(Subtitles) (Repeat) (Sign Language)

Rating: 5.6
9:00am
Victoria Derbyshire
23/07/2018
Daily news and current-affairs programme offering discussion of breaking stories, exclusive interviews and audience interaction via social media
(Subtitles)

Rating: 1.7
11:00am
BBC Newsroom Live
23/07/2018
A chance to stay up to date on the day's leading stories, with the latest breaking news as it happens
(Subtitles)

Rating: 5.4
11:30am
The Week in Parliament
20/07/2018
A round-up of the week's proceedings in Parliament, presented by Mandy Baker
(Subtitles)

Rating: 3.2
12:00pm
Daily Politics
23/07/2018
Parliamentary proceedings interspersed with discussions, interviews and reports from correspondents around the country
(Subtitles)

Rating: 5.7
1:00pm
Perfection
Season 5 Episode 42/60

Nick Knowles hosts the general knowledge quiz in which contestants can win a rolling jackpot that starts at £1,000, but only by achieving perfection. If they fail in their attempt, the money is carried over to create a bigger cash prize in the following game
(Subtitles) (Repeat)

Rating: 2.2
1:45pm
Getting the Builders In
Season 1 Episode 10/15

South London couple Caroline and James seek design ideas for an alcove storage unit, while Salma from Manchester looks for solutions to remedy the sorry state of her driveway
(Subtitles) (Repeat)

Rating: 6.9
2:30pm
For What It's Worth
Season 2 Episode 15/23

Antiques expert Natasha Raskin joins host Fern Britton for the game show in which three pairs of contestants try to amass a valuable collection of antiques and collectibles by answering general knowledge questions, with the value of the items they win being converted to a cash prize
(Subtitles) (Repeat)

Rating: 6.7
3:15pm
Nature's Weirdest Events
Season 1 Episode 1/2

Chris Packham presents the first of two documentaries investigating unusual natural events, with the help of eyewitness accounts, scientists and footage of the occurrences. The phenomena he explores include a storm that turned Sydney crimson, moths that cocooned a car in the Netherlands, a case of exploding toads in Germany and disturbing plagues of mice and locusts
(Subtitles) (Repeat) (Audio Described)

Rating: 5.3
4:15pm
Madagascar
Island of Marvels
Season 1 Episode 1/3

David Attenborough narrates the story of the island in the Indian Ocean, off the southeastern coast of Africa. It has an ecosystem that has stood in isolation for millions of years, and produced an array of wildlife that cannot be found anywhere else on the planet. He begins by observing lemurs in their habitat, male red giraffe-necked weevils fighting each other, the courting rituals of chameleons, and the behaviour of spiders and fossas
(Subtitles) (Repeat) (Audio Described)

Rating: 8.1
5:15pm
Antiques Road Trip
Season 16 Episode 11/20

Experts Paul Laidlaw and Margie Cooper set off on a search for items in Lincolnshire, heading for an auction showdown in Harrogate, North Yorkshire
(Subtitles) (Repeat)

Rating: 6.7
6:00pm
Eggheads
Season 20 Episode 19/95

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
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Rating: 5.3
6:30pm
Great British Railway Journeys
Pembroke Dock to Swansea
Season 6 Episode 16/20

Michael Portillo embarks on a new journey following his Bradshaw's handbook from south-west Wales to Cambridge, beginning in Pembroke Dock, where Queen Victoria's royal yachts were built. In the little market town of Naberth he investigates what caused rebels to dress up as women, later spending the night at an inn in Carmarthen where Horatio Nelson once met Emma Hamilton. Next day, the former politician pitches in with the volunteers who look after the Gwili Heritage line and ends his leg in Swansea, where he learns how to pose for a photograph in Victorian style
(Subtitles) (Repeat) (Audio Described)

Rating: 9.3
7:00pm
Back in Time for Tea
Season 6 Episode 4/6

The Ellises sample life in the 1970s, an age of power cuts and strikes, but also a golden era for working class families. They enjoy rare time together helped with the advent of their first record player and car, while actress Claire Sweeney brings `Scouse', her family's speciality, round for tea. Sara Cox and Polly Russell present
(Subtitles) (Repeat) (Audio Described)

Rating: 7.9
8:00pm
Nadiya's Family Favourites
Family Get-Togethers
Season 1 Episode 2/8

Nadiya Hussain makes dishes for family get-togethers, including nutty and garlicky furikake fries, beef burgers with bacon jam, jollof pilau with salted cucumber salad, and a back-to-front cheesecake. Heading out of the kitchen, she goes to Hampshire to meet a man who goes the extra mile to ensure barbecue perfection, before visiting a salt-processing plant in Cornwall and finding out from Michelin-starred chef Paul Ainsworth how to get the best out of one of the most-commonly used seasonings
(Subtitles) (Audio Described)

Rating: 0.5
8:30pm
University Challenge
Season 25 Episode 2/37

In the second of the student quiz's first-round matches, four students from Emmanuel College, Cambridge, pit their wits against a team from the University of Glasgow in a bid to reach the second stage of the competition. Jeremy Paxman asks the questions
(Subtitles)

Rating: 9.2
9:00pm
Versailles
Of Gods and Men
Season 3 Episode 8/10

The king plunges into an existential crisis and questions his divine right to rule, while Jeanne goes to a printer to produce anti-Louis pamphlets. It falls to Marchal to try to quell the growing discord - but how harsh will he be? Cardinal Leto continues to scheme and suggests the monarch needs a new royal bride and that the Infanta Isabella of Portugal is a suitable candidate, threatening the king with excommunication if he does not toe the Vatican line
(Subtitles) (Audio Described)

Rating: 5.9
10:00pm
QI
Overseas
Season 15 Episode 16/18

Bill Bailey, Colin Lane and Desiree Burch join regular panellist Alan Davies to answer host Sandi Toksvig's questions on the theme `Overseas'. During the course of the show, the panellists find out about Allotment Annies as well as who keeps their brothers in a cage. The fiendishly difficult questions lead to points being awarded for the answers the questionmaster considers most interesting, though not necessarily correct
(Subtitles) (Repeat)

Rating: 8.4
10:30pm
Newsnight
23/07/2018
Analysis of the day's events, presented by Evan Davis
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Rating: 4.2
11:10pm
Weather
(Subtitles)

Rating: 8.9
11:15pm
The Five Billion Pound Super Sewer
Season 1 Episode 1/3

Documentary filmed over the course of three years, following the huge engineering project to expand London's sewers, the biggest upgrade to the Victorian-age network for more than 150 years. The first episode focuses on the creation of the first stretch in east London, as lead engineer Emmanuel Costes has to build a massive 80-metre-deep shaft, and make it watertight using a risky technique called `slipform'
(Subtitles) (Repeat) (Audio Described)

Rating: 10
12:15am
Puppy Love
Behind the scenes at Mucky Pups, Wales' first, and the UK's biggest, doggy boutique and spa business, following the crazy lives of the staff and owners at three dog spas
(Subtitles) (Repeat) (Sign Language) (Audio Described)

Rating: 6.7
12:45am
Back to the Land with Kate Humble
Season 2 Episode 6/12

In Cornwall, cameras follow innovative businesses through the busiest periods of the year and gain an insight of the challenges they face. Kate meets rural cider entrepreneur Tom, who created a company out of a genuine passion for the alcoholic apple elixir, as he takes on a monumental harvest, the largest in the history of this seven-year old business
(Subtitles) (Repeat) (Sign Language) (Audio Described)

Rating: 4
1:45am
This Is BBC Two
Preview of upcoming programmes from BBC Two
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Rating: 9