BBC Two England Listings

BBC Two England

BBC Two England TV Guide

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Wednesday, November 26 2014
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    • 6:30am
      The Daily PoliticsGeneric Wednesday

      Coverage of Prime Minister's Questions from the House of Commons at 12.00, interspersed with discussions, interviews and reports from around the country. Presented by Andrew Neil and Anita Anand

    • in 21 mins
      The A to Z of TV GardeningSeason 1 Episode 19: Letter S

      Carol Kirkwood looks at subjects beginning with the letter S, continuing 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

    • 8:10am
      Life in the UndergrowthSeason 1 Episode 3: The Silk Spinners

      An exploration of how invertebrates' production of silk 300 million years ago became their greatest invention. Stronger than a steel thread of the same diameter, the material is as pliable as elastic and employed by spiders for activities as diverse as courtship, catching prey and tending their young. David Attenborough reveals how some communal spiders create silken palaces rising 15m to 20m into the forest canopy

    • 9:10am
      The Great British Bake OffSeason 2 Episode 7: Patisserie

      Remaining contestants Holly, Janet, Jo and Mary-Anne test their pastry-making skills in the next set of challenges. After serving mousse cake and iced fingers to judges Mary Berry and Paul Hollywood, the cooks create a dough capable of being used in three types of pastry or croissant. Presented by Mel Giedroyc and Sue Perkins

    • 10:10am
      A Place to Call HomeSeason 1 Episode 8: World's Apart

      Elizabeth is rushed to hospital after suffering a heart attack, and is looked after tenderly by Jack, but comes close to revealing a secret from her past while heavily sedated. Her frail health makes Anna and Gino decide to postpone telling their families about their relationship, but Carla becomes suspicious after finding contraception hidden in Anna's room

    • 12:15pm
      Antiques RoadshowVintage Antiques Roadshow: Farewell Michael

      Veteran presenter Michael Aspel bids farewell to BBC's flagship antiques show with a special programme dedicated to highlights from the 200 episodes he hosted. Items highlighted include a watch that once belonged to Lawrence of Arabia - found on Michael's first roadshow. With contributions from fellow antiques enthusiasts Eric Knowles and Hilary Kay. Last in series

    • 1:00pm

      Quiz, hosted by Dermot Murnaghan, in which the winners of famous game shows including Mastermind and Fifteen to One work as a team to tackle a new set of challengers hoping to win a cash prize

    • 2:00pm
      The Great Interior Design ChallengeSeason 2 Episode 14: School Conversion

      In the second and concluding quarter-final, three more previous winners have 72 hours and a budget of £1,200 to redesign double-height reception rooms in an imposing Edwardian school conversion. Tom Dyckhoff examines the history of the building, before judges Sophie Robinson and Daniel Hopwood decide which two contenders go through to the semi-final

    • 3:00pm
      MasterChef: The Professionals Season 7 Episode 11: EPISODE: 11

      The final first-round heat sees five more chefs enter the kitchen, with the first challenge giving them an hour to cook a plate of food that showcases their culinary skills, before one is asked to leave. The remaining four try to impress Monica Galetti by preparing three canapes, after which Marcus Wareing asks them to make a spectacular crab dish. The judges then decide which three have earned a place in the next round

    • 4:00pm
      Great Continental Railway JourneysSeason 3 Episode 4: La Coruna to Lisbon

      Michael Portillo uses his 1913 copy of Bradshaw's Continental Railway Guide as he travels through Spain and Portugal. He begins in the city of La Coruna, where he examines the Celtic roots of the Galician people and tries to master the bagpipes, before meeting walkers from all over the world on the pilgrims' trail to Santiago de Compostela. Heading across the border to Porto, Michael finds out about the origins of Britain's long alliance with the Portuguese, and finishes his journey in the capital Lisbon

    • 5:00pm
      The Apprentice: You're Fired!Season 10 Episode 8: EPISODE: 8

      Dara O Briain catches up with the show's freshly rejected candidate, who reveals what it is really like to be in the firing line, while Alan Sugar's aide Nick Hewer, entrepreneur Dale Murray and comedian Joe Lycett share their views on where they think it all went wrong

    • 6:20pm
      Russia's Lost PrincessesSeason 1 Episode 2: The World Turned Upside Down

      The concluding part focuses on the final four years of the lives of Tsar Nicholas II's daughters Olga, Tatiana, Maria and Anastasia, with any prospect of escaping their strange and isolated lives in the Alexander Palace thwarted by the outbreak of the First World War. In March 1917, the Russian Revolution brought a dramatic end to more than three centuries of Romanov rule and after five months under house arrest the family was sent into exile in Siberia and eventually executed. Featuring interviews with leading historians, archive footage and dramatic reconstructions

    • 7:20pm
      IntrudersSeason 1 Episode 6: Bound

      Rose explains to Jack the cause of Amy's recent strange behaviour and reveals her past has come back to haunt her despite her efforts to suppress it. Meanwhile, Richard discovers a secret about Rose that could destroy her ascent onto the Nine, while he is skating on thin ice as Madison continues to evade his grasp. Supernatural thriller, starring John Simm

    • 8:05pm
      See HearSeason 34 Episode 28: EPISODE: 28

      Ashley Kendall goes behind the scenes at BBC Bristol to discover some of the secrets of television programme-making, examining how the See Hear production team adds voiceover, subtitles and in-vision signing to the programme to make it fully accessible. Ashley also follows the Bargain Hunt crew as they film with their first ever deaf contestants, and he looks at the groundbreaking technology being used to create virtual signing avatars at MoCapLab in Paris. With voiceover

    • 8:35pm
      Trust Me I'm a DoctorSeason 2 Episode 2: EPISODE: 2

      What do garlic, watermelon and beetroot have in common, apart from being edible? They are all so-called superfoods, of course, and are said to have the power to reduce blood pressure. Seeing as millions of people suffer from alarming levels of stress, guzzling these down could be beneficial - but are the claims valid? Dr Chris van Tulleken is determined to sort out the fact from the hype in the second episode of the series. Michael Mosley also has food on his mind, and in his case it's something that many people crave - sugar. It's been suggested that it is as toxic as tobacco, but is that true? Michael visits leading experts to find out. Plus, Dr Saleyha Ahsan explodes some of the myths surrounding the best way to treat burns

    • 11:00pm
      Schools - Save Your Energy

      Kate Humble challenges six families to reduce the amount of energy they use by 30 per cent in the space of three weeks with help from a team of experts. They visit the town of Lockerbie in Dumfries and Galloway to gain inspiration from some of the most energy-efficient homes in Scotland and are shown how renewables can be harnessed

    • 11:30pm
      Operation Cloud Lab: Secrets of the SkiesSeason 1 Episode 1: Life in the Clouds

      Part one of two. A team takes to the skies in one of world's largest airships for an exploration of Earth's most precious and mysterious environment - the atmosphere. Flying coast to coast across America, they undertake a series of experiments to shed light on the causes of extreme weather, how life exploits the atmosphere and the impact of humans on it. Expedition leader and meteorologist Felicity Aston examines how clouds capture and store water with an ambitious attempt to try to weigh one. Steven Mackintosh narrates

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