BBC Two England Listings

BBC Two England

BBC Two England TV Guide

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Tuesday, May 5 2015
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    • 18 mins ago
      Super League ShowThe Super League Show

      Tanya Arnold introduces highlights of the latest matches, including Huddersfield Giants v Leeds Rhinos, Hull FC v Salford City Reds and Wigan Warriors v Hull Kingston Rovers

    • in 27 mins
      Are You Being Served?Season 3 Episode 7: Shoulder to Shoulder

      Mr Grace decides to spruce up the ladies' department with a much-needed lick of paint, forcing the female staff to share the men's counter - a sure-fire recipe for disaster. Shop-floor comedy, starring John Inman, Mollie Sugden, Trevor Bannister and Harold Bennett

    • 11:15am
      'Allo 'Allo!Season 2 Episode 6: Herr Flick's Revenge

      Rene, Hans and the Colonel are taken to the chateau's dungeons for interrogation at the hands of Herr Flick and his fiendish organ music. Meanwhile, the British airmen prepare to make their escape by balloon. Wartime comedy, starring Gorden Kaye, Richard Gibson and Richard Marner

    • 1:00pm
      EggheadsEPISODE: 156

      Quiz, hosted by Jeremy Vine, 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

    • 1:30pm
      Escape To The ContinentSeason 1 Episode 6: Germany (Mosel Valley)

      Alistair Appleton finds properties offering amazing value in Germany's Mosel Valley as he helps a couple planning to move there from Wales on a budget of £180,000. Along the way, Alistair offers advice on moving to the country and visits the birthplace of a man whose invention changed the way people live

    • 2:00pm
      Coast AustraliaSeason 2 Episode 6: Norfolk Island

      The team explores Norfolk Island, a former penal colony located in the Pacific nearly 900 miles from the mainland. Neil Oliver examines the legacies of an audacious convict and a reforming commandant, while Alice Garner meets descendants of mutineers from HMS Bounty at their annual festival. Emma Johnston finds out about the role of the island in the birth of radio astronomy and Brendan Moar explores the dangerous job of unloading vital supplies on an island without a harbour

    • 3:00pm
      Inside the Factory: How Our Favourite Foods Are MadeSeason 1 Episode 1: Bread

      Gregg Wallace and Cherry Healey find out about the production of three household staples, beginning with bread. Gregg visits one of Britain's largest bakeries, which makes up to one and a half millions loaves each week, where he sees a machine that can bag a loaf in mid-air. Cherry is at a mill to discover the secret of making the perfect flour and historian Ruth Goodman shows the hidden killers that used to lurk within bread

    • 4:00pm
      WastemenSeason 1 Episode 2: One Man's Rubbish, One Man's Treasure

      The war against rubbish continues for the refuse collectors of Newcastle, but the things people throw away have never been worth so much, and no bin, skip or piece of scrap metal is safe from the opportunists who have learned how to turn rubbish into cash. However as the employees of the city's tips know, the value of waste is not simply financial as often there is an emotional attachment. Shaun Dooley narrates

    • 5:00pm
      Later Live - with Jools HollandSeason 46 Episode 4: EPISODE: 4

      Jools presents a performance by FFS, a collaboration by Scots pop-rockers Franz Ferdinand and LA new wave duo Sparks, who have recorded a self-titled album together after 11 years of contemplating it. They are joined by US band Alabama Shakes, who have just released their second album Sound & Colour, indie-country trio the Lone Bellow and Canadian singer-songwriter Tobias Jesso Jr, making his UK TV debut. There's also music from Northumberland chamber folk group The Unthanks, performing tracks from their album Mount the Air, and English soul and R&B singer Shaun Escoffery, providing a taste of his latest LP In the Red Room

    • 6:35pm
      The NI Leaders' Debate

      Noel Thompson is the host as the leaders of five political parties from Northern Ireland take part in a debate, two days before the General Election

    • 7:50pm
      Antiques RoadshowSeason 37 Episode 18: Belton House 2

      Fiona Bruce and the team return to Belton House in Lincolnshire. Items include a ceramic model of London Zoo's first elephant from the late 19th century, an engraved glass vase won at a fair in the 1920s, a collection of memorabilia relating to the Duke of Windsor and a children's chair in the shape of a starfish. There's also an interview with Professor Timon Screech about Britain's centuries of trade with Japan, accompanied by an ornate lacquer chest that may have arrived with the first shipment of Japanese treasures in 1614

    • 8:50pm
      Rip Off Britain: FoodSeason 3 Episode 3: EPISODE: 3

      An insight into the amount of bacteria found on 'bags for life' from the supermarket, and an experiment to see if people get longer-lasting foods by buying online. Plus, investigating why pre-packed bananas cost twice as much as those sold loose. Presented by Julia Somerville, Gloria Hunniford and Angela Rippon

    • 9:35pm
      Channel PatrolSeason 2 Episode 2: EPISODE: 2

      A maintenance crew sets to work on the Channel Tunnel while it is closed during the night and a helicopter is used to help resupply the Wolf Rock Lighthouse, which lies eight nautical miles off Land's End. Plus, a team of teenagers braves choppy waters and jellyfish to swim across the English Channel to France

    • 11:00pm
      Poetry Between the Lines: The Romantics

      Hip-hop star Akala explores the work of Wordsworth, Byron, Blake, Shelley and Keats, through a mixture of animation, conversation and vignette. She discusses their language, form and social context with a range of experts, including radio host Mr Gee and emcee Mark Grist as well as some of Britain's most promising young poets

    • 11:30pm
      Schools: VikingsSchools - Vikings

      A compilation of 10-minute specials based on Neil Oliver's series exploring the lives of the Scandinavian warrior adventurers, both on land and at sea

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