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BBC 2   -   Wednesday, 2 September


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0600 : Homes Under the Hammer

Martin Roberts and Lucy Alexander visit a building plot in Warminster, a Victorian house in Selkirk and a top-floor flat in Faversham. They learn how much each sold for at auction. [S]

0700 : Don't Get Done, Get Dom

18/20. Home Insurance: Dominic Littlewood helps people with consumer problems. Dom steps in to try and help homeowner Ros, who has been having a battle with her insurance company. Also in HD. [S]

0730 : Countryside 999

12/15. Series following the emergency services in rural Britain. The Cornwall Air Ambulance team help a woman with a suspected fractured pelvis who has come off her bike. Also in HD. [AD,S]

0815 : See Hear

8/16. The Decline of Deaf Schools: Heidi Koivisto Robertson investigates the decline in the number of deaf schools. Also in HD. [S,SL]

0845 : Claimed and Shamed

7/10. Series which sees insurance fraudsters caught on camera. A shopper gets more than he bargained for when he tries an unsavoury scam in the supermarket. Also in HD. [S,SL]

0915 : Victoria Derbyshire

With original stories, exclusive interviews, audience debate and breaking news, Victoria Derbyshire presents the BBC's new daily news and current affairs programme. Also in HD. [S]

1100 : BBC News

Twenty-four hours a day, the latest national and international stories as they break. Also in HD. [S]

1130 : BBC World News

The latest international news from the BBC. Also in HD. [S]

1200 : My Life in Books

2/10. Anne Robinson is joined by actress Natascha McElhone and presenter Chris Hollins. Also in HD. [S]

1230 : Britain's First Photo Album

5/10. Lyme Regis to Barnstable: John Sergeant is in the South West to find out what changed since photographer Francis Frith's attempt to document British life. Also in HD. [AD,S]

1300 : The Rockford Files

14/22. The Battle-Ax and the Exploding Cigar: Jim accepts a lift from a stranger, who leaves him with a car full of stolen weapons. Also in HD. [S]

1345 : Yes, Prime Minister

3/8. A Diplomatic Incident: Classic political sitcom. When Jim Hacker discovers the French are planning some dirty tricks to get political advantage, the PM turns the tables on them. [S]

1415 : Yes, Prime Minister

4/8. A Conflict of Interest: Classic sitcom. When a scandal breaks in the City, Jim Hacker and Sir Humphrey cannot agree on who should be the new governor of the Bank of England. [S]

1445 : 'Allo 'Allo!

1/6. Gone with the Windmill: Wartime sitcom. As the war nears its end, Rene dithers over his affair, the colonel and Gruber return from Spain and Edith is faced with a grave situation. [S]

1515 : 'Allo 'Allo!

2/6. Missing and Presumed Dead: Wartime sitcom. Rene, having been captured by the Communist Resistance, tries to find a way to escape. Flick and Smallhausen pretend they are English. [S]

1545 : Penguins - Spy in the Huddle

2/3. First Steps: Newborn penguins are caught taking their first unsteady steps. Also in HD. [AD,S]

1645 : Great British Railway Journeys

18/20. Abergavenny to Hanborough: Michael Portillo investigates a historic fire at Blenheim Palace. Also in HD. [AD,S]

1715 : Vintage Antiques Roadshow

Winchester 2: A second visit to Winchester Cathedral for Fiona Bruce and the team. Among the treasures absorbing the experts' attention is a recipe book from Jane Austen's household. Also in HD. [S]

1800 : Eggheads

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

1830 : Terry and Mason's Great Food Trip

3/20. York: Sir Terry Wogan and Mason McQueen have arrived in York, the ancient capital of the north where they sample the famous York ham and the confusingly named savoury duck. Also in HD. [S]

1900 : The Farmer and the Food Chain

1/3. Hill farmer Gareth Wyn Jones explores the Welsh food industry. Here, he tries to convince the public to buy local food by opening a pop-up shop selling the finest local produce. Also in HD. [S]

1930 : Great British Menu

Creative culinary competition. Three of Northern Ireland's finest chefs - Chris McGowan, Danni Barry and Ben Arnold - go head to head as they battle for the main course. Also in HD. [S]

2000 : Horizon: Which Universe Are We In?

17/18. Until very recently the whole idea of the multiverse was dismissed as fantasy. Horizon asks whether multiple universes exist and, if so, which one we are actually in. Also in HD. [AD,S]

2100 : The Ascent of Woman

1/4. Civilisation: Dr Amanda Foreman explores how early civilisations dealt with the status of women. Also in HD. [AD,S]

2200 : QI

5/18. Kings: Quiz show. Stephen Fry considers the subject of kings, with his loyal subjects Jeremy Clarkson, Jimmy Carr, Bill Bailey and Alan Davies. Contains some strong language. Also in HD. [S]

2230 : Newsnight

In-depth investigation and analysis of the stories behind the day's headlines with Emily Maitlis. Also in HD. [S] Followed by weather.

2315 : Return of the Giant Killers:...

...Africa's Lion Kings. 10/10. A pride of lions has rewritten the rules - they have learnt to take down elephants. Also in HD. [AD,S]

0015 : See Hear

8/16. The Decline of Deaf Schools: Heidi Koivisto Robertson investigates the decline in the number of deaf schools. Also in HD. [S,SL]

0045 : Atlantic: The Wildest Ocean on...

...Earth. 3/3. From Heaven to Hell: Extreme heat in Africa unleashes terrifying hurricanes, causing chaos. Also in HD. [AD,S,SL]

0145 : Alex Polizzi: Chefs on Trial

7/16. Miners Arms Heat 3: Alex Polizzi takes on the difficult challenge of finding head chefs. The final three candidates are faced with wild boar for their skills test. Also in HD. [AD,S,SL]

0245 : This Is BBC Two

Highlights of programmes on BBC Two. Also in HD. [S]

0600 : Homes Under the Hammer

Martin Roberts and Lucy Alexander visit a terraced house in Cardiff, a bungalow in Margate and a period flat in Plymouth. They learn how much each sold for at auction. [S]

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