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TV: BBC2 LISTINGS » Wednesday 3rd September 2014

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  • 0600 : Homes Under the Hammer
    Property renovation series. Martin and Lucy look around very different properties that all need money spent on them. Will there be profits for any of the developers? [S]
  • 0700 : Street Patrol UK
    2/15. Dominic Littlewood looks at antisocial behaviour. In this episode, Dom meets the volunteers from the Urban Blue bus in Maidstone who help revellers who have had one too many. Also in HD. [S]
  • 0745 : Caught Red Handed
    2/20. Dom Littlewood looks at clever new methods to catch crooks red-handed. A mugger draws a gun on a student and is surprised when his courageous victim stands up for himself. Also in HD. [S]
  • 0815 : Fake Britain
    8/20. Matt Allwright investigates the activities of conmen. In this episode, Matt reveals a danger on Britain's roads - the fake car insurance putting us all at risk. [S,SL]
  • 0900 : Coast
    3/6. The Explorers' Coast: Nick Crane visits Cornwall for an artistic exploration of Britain's coast and Mark Horton reveals the story of the explorer who established Australia. [AD,S,SL]
  • 1000 : Scotland Votes: What's at Stake...
    ...for the UK? Andrew Neil explores what an independent Scotland would mean for Wales, England and Northern Ireland and the changes that may lie ahead whether the vote is yes or no. [S,SL]
  • 1100 : BBC News
    The latest national and international news, plus top interviews and analysis. Also in HD. [S]
  • 1130 : Daily Politics
    Andrew Neil and Jo Coburn with live coverage of Prime Minister's Questions and the latest political news, interviews and debate. [S]
  • 1300 : Fred Dibnah's Building of Britain
    4/12. Scottish Style: The series in which Fred Dibnah explores the engineering skills that went into the building of Britain focuses on Scottish baronial style. [AD,S]
  • 1330 : Climbing Great Buildings
    14/15. Lloyd's Building: Dr Jonathan Foyle reveals the secrets of iconic structures. He investigates the high-tech architecture of the Lloyd's Building in the City of London. Also in HD. [AD,S]
  • 1400 : Cash in the Attic
    Antiques series. Jill and her son hope to honour her father by paying for a clock in the high street of a Nottinghamshire village where he played such a key role in local life. [S]
  • 1430 : The Chef's Protege
    13/20. Michelin-starred chef Michel Roux Jr puts his five chosen students through their paces at University College Birmingham, as he decides who will continue under his tutelage. Also in HD. [S]
  • 1500 : Celebrity MasterChef
    The celebrity cooking contest enters its third set of heats, as Sharon Maughan, Danny Goffey, Colin McAllister and Justin Ryan begin a week of gruelling culinary challenges. Also in HD. [S]
  • 1545 : Nature's Weirdest Events
    1/3. Chris Packham examines some of the world's weirdest natural events. He visits the town plagued by a swarm of flying insects, meets friendly polar bears and more. Also in HD. [AD,S]
  • 1645 : Great British Railway Journeys
    8/25. Chester to Conwy: Michael Portillo visits Chester's Roman remains and goes mussel fishing in north Wales. Also in HD. [AD,S]
  • 1715 : Put Your Money Where Your Mouth Is
    Antiques challenge. Charlie Ross and Catherine Southon are at the Newark Antiques and Collectors Fair to unearth hidden gems they can sell for a rip-roaring profit. Also in HD. [S]
  • 1800 : Two Tribes
    13/30. Richard Osman presents the fast-paced quiz show where what contestants have in common is just as important as their general knowledge. Also in HD. [S]
  • 1830 : Eggheads
    Dermot Murnaghan 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]
  • 1900 : Young Vets
    9/10. Documentary following a group of student vets. Dru treats a young labrador suffering from New Forest syndrome, while Judy is challenged to spay a dog via keyhole surgery. Also in HD. [S]
  • 2000 : Hotel India
    2/4. Documentary series going behind the scenes of India's oldest hotel. The hotel plays host to an Indian art auction, and concierge Satish plays Man Friday to two regular guests. Also in HD. [AD,S]
  • 2100 : Horizon: Inside the Dark Web
    4/13. Series exploring topical scientific issues. With many concerned about internet surveillance, Horizon meets the hackers and scientists whose technology is fighting back. Also in HD. [S]
  • 2200 : Some Vicars with Jokes
    2/5. Vicars from around the UK crack their favourite jokes. Old, new, clean and blue, it's a side-splitting sermon for saints and sinners alike. Contains adult humour. Also in HD. [S]
  • 2230 : Newsnight
    In-depth investigation and analysis of the stories behind the day's headlines, presented by Laura Kuenssberg. Also in HD. [S] Followed by weather.
  • 2320 : Super Senses: The Secret Power...
    ...of Animals. 3/3. Scent: The animals that have pushed their sense of smell far beyond human abilities. Also in HD. [AD,S]
  • 0020 : Who Do You Think You Are?
    3/10. Tamzin Outhwaite: Celebrity genealogy series. Tamzin Outhwaite journeys into her Italian past to uncover the rags-to-riches tale of her great-grandfather Adelmo. [AD,S,SL]
  • 0120 : Doctor Who
    2/12. Into the Dalek: Sci-fi drama. A Dalek fleet surrounds a lone rebel ship, and only the Doctor can help them. As he faces his greatest enemy, he needs Clara by his side. [AD,S,SL]
  • 0205 : This Is BBC Two
    Highlights of programmes on BBC Two. [S]
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