BBC Two England Listings

BBC Two England

BBC Two England TV Guide

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Wednesday, November 25 2015
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    • 5 mins ago
      Simply NigellaSeason 1 Episode 2: EPISODE: 2

      The food writer demonstrates her favourite recipes for sharing with family and friends, including a tray of nourishing breakfast bars, a supper of crunchy chicken cutlets, and a dark and sumptuous chocolate cake. Plus she shows to make succulent belly pork burgers, which were inspired by a visit to a New York eatery

    • in 25 mins
      Terry and Mason's Great Food TripSeason 1 Episode 10: Abergavenny

      Terry Wogan and Mason McQueen head to Monmouthshire, to sample the mouthwatering delights of Abergavenny. The pair are impressed by the variety of locally produced food on offer in the market town known as the gateway to Wales and feast on a Nepalese curry, drink Welsh wine, try making sweets that the miners would have taken down the pit and drop into a Michelin-starred restaurant. They also attend a barbecue at the castle, where they are serenaded by a male voice choir

    • 4:15am
      Victoria Derbyshire25/11/2015

      Daily news and current-affairs programme offering discussion of breaking stories, exclusive interviews and audience interaction via social media

    • 10:30am
      Cash in the AtticSeason 18 Episode 36: Young

      Lorne Spicer and John Cameron help Judy Young, who is downsizing her home and hopes to sell family heirlooms and raise enough funds to take her cousin on a theatre trip

    • 11:15am
      Kangaroo DundeeSeason 1 Episode 6: EPISODE: 6

      It's all change for Brolga when he moves in with his girlfriend after years of living a solitary life in a tin shack. Meanwhile, the older kangaroos put Rex, Ruby and new orphan Bluey in their places as the trio are introduced to the mob for the first time, before Brolga - who has decided to organise a visitors' open day at the sanctuary - realises it may be time for certain joeys to move on

    • 11:45am
      Planet DinosaurSeason 1 Episode 3: Last Killers

      The documentary series reaches the Cretaceous period, 75 million years ago, when Earth was dominated by the last generation of gigantic carnivores that took killing to a new level. They included the daspletosaurus, which hunted in gangs and used its highly developed smell and hearing to take down opponents like the horned rhino-sized chasmosuarus. Also featured is the sharp-toothed majungasaurus, a predator of much smaller creatures that would occasionally turn cannibal and hunt its own kind

    • 12:15pm
      Antiques RoadshowSeason 34 Episode 18: Lulworth Castle 2

      Fiona Bruce and the team return to Lulworth Castle in Dorset, where items of interest include an apothecary chest from the 18th-century, a watch made for Luftwaffe pilots in the Second World War, a set of village stocks and one of the most valuable items of furniture seen on the show in a decade

    • 1:00pm
      EggheadsSeason 16 Episode 85: EPISODE: 85

      Jeremy Vine hosts the quiz in which the winners of famous game shows including Mastermind and Who Wants to Be a Millionaire? work as a team to tackle a new set of challengers hoping to win a cash prize

    • 3:00pm
      MasterChef: The Professionals Season 8 Episode 8: EPISODE: 8

      The search for a culinary champion continues as six more chefs enter the kitchen, with Marcus's skills test challenging three of them to make lobster and salmon ravioli with lobster sauce, and Monica's testing the other three on their butchery skills, giving them just 15 minutes to debone and stuff a pig's trotter. They then have the chance to show off their skills with a recipe of their own design in the signature dish, aiming to prove to the judges that they deserve a place in the quarter-finals

    • 4:00pm
      Dominic Sandbrook: Let Us Entertain YouSeason 1 Episode 4: Me, Myself & I

      Dominic Sandbrook explores the rise of the individual in post-war culture. The idea first took hold during the Victorian period - in the era of the novel and self-help - despite industrialisation leading to the growth of a collective identity. The concept of individual identity and self-determination reached fruition after the war, and saw the emergence of those such as John Lennon, John Self, Kate Bush, and the seemingly endless stream of TV talent show contestants

    • 5:00pm
      The Apprentice: You're Fired!Season 11 Episode 8: EPISODE: 8

      Jack Dee meets the latest candidate to be fired from the business contest, having failed to impress in this week's children's party task. Regular panellist Romesh Ranganathan is joined by a panel of guests to discuss the chances of the remaining candidates, including who might be next in the firing line

    • 6:15pm
      The Secret History of the British GardenSeason 1 Episode 2: The 18th Century

      Monty Don turns his attention to the 18th century, and pays a visit to Croome Castle in Worcestershire, the first commission of the celebrated garden designer Lancelot 'Capability' Brown. The era saw a revolution in gardening and the creation of the first landscape gardens. Monty examines the factors that influenced and inspired these new developments, including a recipe for clay, and learns how to mow with a scythe. He also meets the present Duke of Devonshire, who is restoring his land to its 18th-century design

    • 7:15pm
      Earth's Wildest Waters: The Big FishSeason 1 Episode 4: Costa Rica

      Ben Fogle takes the five remaining anglers to Costa Rica. The contestants start out fishing close to shore, going in search of the remarkably strong and fast roosterfish. They soon venture out into the deeper waters of the Pacific, initially working in teams as local fishermen do, before heading into the open ocean in search of sailfish, the fastest fish in the world. Matt Hayes enlists the expertise of a local conservationist in judging their efforts

    • 8:15pm
      Patagonia: Earth's Secret ParadiseSeason 1 Episode 3: Life on the Edge

      Life in the treacherous seas that surround the South American wilderness. The 4,000-mile coast stretches from the cold waters of Cape Horn - where rockhopper penguins overcome huge challenges to raise their young - to the far north's much warmer climate, where huge elephant seals battle for position in the heat of the desert. Orcas ram-raid the beaches, grabbing seal pups to feed their young, and fishermen are also incentivised to gather the sea's bounty. Narrated by Santiago Cabrera

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