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TV Listings for BBC TWO WALES on Monday (27.02.2017)

06 00-06 30The World's Most Photographed:...
...Audrey Hepburn. 3/10. Series looking at photographs of ten icons. This edition reveals the wartime dramas that shaped Audrey Hepburn's life and career. [S]

06 30-07 15Wanted Down Under Revisited
16/16. Fitzpatrick Family: Four years after a trial week in Auckland opened up the possibility of Billy and his family moving to New Zealand, where do they now live? [S]

07 15-08 00The Farmers' Country Showdown
10/15. Cream Awards: Farming series. Two young farmers with cutting-edge ideas compete against each other in the Cream Awards. [S]

08 00-09 00The Great Interior Design...
...Challenge. Aberaeron Georgian Houses: In this quarter-final, two designers compete in the coastal town of Aberaeron, Wales. [AD,S,SL]

09 00-11 00Victoria Derbyshire
The BBC's daily news and current affairs programme with original stories, exclusive interviews, audience debate and breaking news. [S]

11 00-12 00BBC Newsroom Live
Stay up to date on the day's top stories, with the latest breaking news as it happens. [S]

12 00-13 00Daily Politics
Jo Coburn with the latest political news, interviews and debate. [S]

13 00-13 30Women's Six Nations Highlights
The best of the action from the third round of the Women's Six Nations. Holders France travel to 2015 winners Ireland, England host Italy at The Stoop and Scotland entertain Wales. [S]

13 30-14 00Beat the Brain
18/30. John Craven hosts the quiz in which a team must navigate puzzles and problems to win money. Four friends who are members of Southville Running Club try to Beat the Brain. [S]

14 00-14 30Landward
Scotland's countryside magazine. Dougie helps out with some footpath maintenance in the hills of Skye. Euan helps prepare a ski resort for the winter season. [S]

14 30-15 30Britain's Lost Routes with...
...Griff Rhys Jones. 1/4. Royal Progress: Griff Rhys Jones goes on a Tudor adventure as he retraces the route that Queen Elizabeth I took on one of her regular 'progresses' through her realm. [AD,S]

15 30-16 25Africa
3/6. Congo: David Attenborough's breathtaking journey through Africa. In the Congo, animals must stand up and fight for their patch and head off stiff competition. [AD,S]

16 25-17 15A Place to Call Home
Australian melodrama. Finally convinced of Regina's duplicity, George warns Elizabeth to be careful of giving the game away. James takes Harry to a private party. [S]

17 15-18 00Bargain Hunt
Paul Laidlaw leads proceedings from Peterborough's East of England Showground. Experts Philip Serrell and Christina Trevanion are on hand to guide the teams. [AD,S]

18 00-18 30Eggheads
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. [S]

18 30-19 00Great Continental Railway Journeys
Pisa to Lake Garda - Part 2: Heading north to Gargnano, Michael discovers the romantic hideaway of a famous British writer and ends his journey with a boat trip across Lake Garda. [S]

19 00-20 00Antiques Road Trip
Anita Manning and Raj Bisram, each with £200, set off on an antique hunting adventure through the south east in a 1973 Triumph Spitfire. [S]

20 00-20 30University Challenge
The quarter-final stage continues as teams representing two more universities fight it out to reach the next stage of the competition. Jeremy Paxman asks the questions. [S]

20 30-21 00Mary Berry Everyday
1/6. Delicious Memories: Mary Berry celebrates the everyday food and ingredients she has always loved to cook. Mary travels to Scotland to enjoy recipes inspired by her own heritage. [AD,S]

21 00-22 00Meet the Lords
1/3. Joining the Club: A look at the larger-than-life characters that populate the House of Lords, one of Britain's oldest, most idiosyncratic and most important institutions. [AD,S]

22 00-22 30Cradle to Grave
3/8. Sitcom based on a book by Danny Baker. Whilst doors are closing for Spud and the dockers, Danny witnesses the dawn of a new era. Contains strong language. [AD,S]

22 30-23 15Newsnight
In-depth investigation and analysis of the stories behind the day's headlines with Emily Maitlis. [S] Followed by weather.

23 15-00 15The Secrets of Your Food
Michael Mosley and James Wong reveal the delicious science hidden inside our food. Michael begins by trying the first meal most of us enjoyed - human breast milk. [AD,S]

00 15-01 15Incredible Medicine: Dr...
...Weston's Casebook. 1/6. Seven-year-old Virsaviya was born with her heart on the outside of her ribcage. [AD,S]

01 15-02 10Countryfile
Ellie abseils with a team from the National Trust to help give Cheddar Gorge its annual clean-up and make sure there are no loose rocks. [S,SL]

02 10-03 10Who Do You Think You Are? -...
...Sunetra Sarker. 9/10. Celebrity genealogy series. Actor Sunetra Sarker sets out to explore the Bengali heritage she ignored when she was growing up in Liverpool. [AD,S,SL]

03 10-03 55Royal Recipes
8/15. Royal Haunts: Michael Buerk is joined by chef Anna Haugh to cook food enjoyed at some of the royal family's favourite haunts. [AD,S,SL]

03 55-06 00This Is BBC Two
Highlights of programmes on BBC Two. [S]

06 00-06 30The World's Most Photographed:...
...Adolf Hitler. 4/10. Series looking at the public image of ten world icons. This edition looks at how Adolf Hitler used photography to reinforce his public image and manipulate the media. [S]