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TV Listings for BBC TWO WALES on Thursday (23.02.2017)


06 00-06 30My Life in Books
10/10. Robert Harris and Trinny Woodall: Anne Robinson talks to bestselling novelist Robert Harris and television style guru Trinny Woodall about the books that have shaped their lives. [S]

06 30-07 15Wanted Down Under Revisited
14/16. Cornish Family: In 2014, the Cornish family were considering a move to Australia to escape a busy life in the UK. Was a week in Melbourne enough to convince them to make the trip? [S]

07 15-08 00The Farmers' Country Showdown
8/15. Horses: Farming series. Traditional farmers and horsemen demonstrate the skill and passion needed to do well in one of the country's top ploughing competitions. [S]

08 00-08 30An Island Parish: Anguilla
This series of An Island Parish visits the island of Anguilla. The Bishop and The National Trust visit the island of Sombrero. [AD,S,SL]

08 30-09 00Great British Railway Journeys
5/15. Longniddry to Edinburgh: Michael Portillo concludes his journey from London to Edinburgh, discovering the history of body snatchers and murderers who contributed to science. [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
Andrew Neil and Jo Coburn with the latest political news, interviews and debate. [S]

13 00-13 25Cash in the Attic
Antiques series. Angela Rippon visits South Yorkshire to meet Annette Norton, who wants to fund a world cruise by selling some of the antiques she has collected over the years. [S]

13 25-13 55Beat the Brain
15/30. John Craven hosts the quiz in which a team must navigate puzzles and problems to win money. Four friends who studied at Royal Holloway University try to Beat the Brain. [S]

13 55-14 25Beat the Brain
16/30. John Craven hosts the quiz in which a team must navigate puzzles and problems to win money. Four friends who define themselves as 'dorkes' try to Beat the Brain. [S]

14 25-15 25Mountain
4/5. Pennines: Griff Rhys Jones continues his exploration of Britain's mountains with a journey across the Pennines, the natural barrier between Yorkshire and Lancashire. [AD,S]

15 25-16 25Africa
1/6. Kalahari: David Attenborough explores two deserts in Africa's south west, where he sees meerkats, black rhinos, giant insects and a giraffe fighting to defend his resources. [AD,S]

16 25-17 15A Place to Call Home
Australian period drama series. Sarah's friends and neighbours wait anxiously while she goes through a difficult birth, overseen by Dr Jack Duncan. [S]

17 15-18 00Antiques Road Trip
9/25. Antiques challenge. In their penultimate leg, Charles Hanson and Margie Cooper start off in Nottingham and make their way towards an auction in Lincoln. [S]

18 00-18 30Eggheads
Jeremy Vine hosts the show in which teams from all over the UK take on probably the greatest quiz team in Britain, made up of some of the country's top quiz champions. [S]

18 30-19 00Great Continental Railway Journeys
Vienna to Trieste - Part 2: Michael Portillo travels the Habsburg imperial line across the Semmering Pass. Michael savours the imported coffee which fuelled Vienna's cafe culture. [S]

19 00-20 00The Hairy Bikers' Chicken and Egg
6/6. UK 2: The Bikers question whether the best chicken dish in the world might actually be from the UK. They head to Bromsgrove for some of the best jerk chicken in Britain. [AD,S]

20 00-21 00The Great Pottery Throw Down
4/6. Home potters compete to become the new champion of British pottery. It is garden week, and the seven remaining potters must make stunning ceramics for the great outdoors. [AD,S]

21 00-22 00Born Too White
NHS doctor Oscar Duke, who has albinism, embarks on a personal journey to uncover the discrimination and persecution of people with albinism in Tanzania and Malawi in East Africa. [S]

22 00-22 30MOTD: The Premier League Show
Gabby Logan hosts the weekly magazine programme, featuring in-depth interviews with the biggest Premier League stars. [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 Drug Trial: Emergency at...
...the Hospital. The story of six healthy men who took part in a drug trial that went terribly wrong. [AD,S]

00 15-01 45David Bowie: The Last Five Years
An intimate portrait of one of the defining artists of the 20th and early 21st centuries, told by the people who knew him best. Contains some strong language. [AD,S,SL]

01 45-02 30Royal Recipes
6/15. Jubilee: Michael Buerk is joined by chef Anna Haugh to celebrate food created for royal jubilees, including a pudding recipe hidden in the archives for over a hundred years. [AD,S,SL]

02 30-06 00This Is BBC Two
Highlights of programmes on BBC Two. [S]

06 00-06 30The World's Most Photographed:...
...Elvis Presley. 1/10. A look at the photographers who captured the spontaneous side of Elvis Presley, before he was consumed by the publicity machine. [S]