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TV Listings for BBC TWO SCOTLAND on Wednesday (25.01.2017)


06 00-06 45Wanted Down Under
Families consider relocating down under. Can Suckie convince her son and daughter to buy into her lifelong Australian dream? [S]

06 45-07 30Royal Recipes
2/15. Weddings: Michael Buerk is joined by chef Anna Haugh in the magnificent kitchen of one of Britain's grandest stately homes to celebrate food served at royal weddings. [AD,S]

07 30-08 00Cash in the Attic
Wendy Featherstone wants to repair her B&B in the Welsh borders and hopes to pay for it by selling off some unused mementos. Angela Rippon and John Cameron do their best to help. [S]

08 00-08 30Caught Red Handed
16/20. Dom Littlewood shows how technology is being used to catch crooks. A shop manager is forced into fighting off a burglar much stronger than he is. [AD,S,SL]

08 30-09 00Caught Red Handed
17/20. Dom Littlewood shows how technology is being used to catch crooks. A pregnant shop assistant comes face to face with a ruthless gang of robbers in a supermarket. [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 00-11 30BBC Newsroom Live
Stay up to date on the day's top stories, with the latest breaking news as it happens. [S]

11 30-13 00Daily Politics
Andrew Neil and Jo Coburn with the latest political news, interviews and debate, including live coverage of Prime Minister's Questions. [S]

13 00-13 10Lifeline
An appeal on behalf of ECPAT UK, a charity that campaigns against child trafficking, and helps children who have been trafficked to recover from their experiences. [S]

13 10-14 30World Indoor Bowls Championships
Live coverage from the World Indoor Bowls Championships. Nicky Brett is likely to face a stern second-round test and the ladies' singles reaches the semi-final stage. [S]

14 30-15 30Politics Scotland
Coverage of some of the day's debates in the Scottish Parliament. [S]

15 30-16 45World Indoor Bowls Championships
Live coverage from the World Indoor Bowls Championships. Nicky Brett is likely to face a stern second-round test and the ladies' singles reaches the semi-final stage. [S]

16 45-17 30Tennis: Australian Open Highlights
Katherine Downes with highlights from the quarter-finals of the Australian Open. In 2016, Great Britain had two Grand Slam singles semi-finalists for the first time since 1977. [S]

17 30-18 00Flog It!
Paul Martin opens the gates at London Zoo to the lucky locals laden with antiques. The animals have front row seats as Will Axon and Thomas Plant do their valuations. [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 American Railroad Journeys
Michael Portillo discovers the hidden pleasures of 19th-century railroad workers in Sedalia, known as the Sodom and Gomorrah of the West. [AD,S]

19 00-20 00Put Your Money Where Your Mouth Is
1/10. Antiques challenge. Kate Bliss and James Braxton visit an auction house, where James bids on a dog bed and Kate eyes up some ocular objet d'art. [S]

20 00-21 00Winterwatch 2017
3/4. The Winterwatch team showcase some of the animals that choose to stay in the micro-climate of Poole Harbour over the winter. [S]

21 00-22 00Burns in the USA
Documentary examining the impact and influence of poet Robert Burns on the USA and its culture, from Abraham Lincoln to Frederick Douglass, and Walt Whitman to Bob Dylan. [S]

22 00-22 30Common Sense
3/6. Fast turnaround comedy series voiced by Ruth Jones. A cast of real British people, chosen for their sharp wit and humorous take on life, all discuss the news of the week. [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 15Dragons' Den
11/16. Budding entrepreneurs pitch business ideas to multimillionaires. Touker Suleyman gets more than he bargained for when he agrees to road test an intimate waxing product. [AD,S]

00 15-01 15World Indoor Bowls...
...Championships Highlights. Highlights from the World Indoor Bowls Championships. Second-round matches in the open singles and semi-finals in the ladies' singles took centre stage. [S]

01 15-02 15Our Dancing Town
3/5. Huddersfield: Huddersfield celebrates its history, heritage and culture in a dance spectacular through the town's streets, with the help of West End choreographer Steve Elias. [AD,S]

02 15-03 15Yellowstone: The Wildest Winter
1/3. Documentary exploring Yellowstone, one of the most remarkable places on the planet. Kate Humble gets to grips with the science behind winter at Yellowstone. [AD,S,SL]

03 15-04 15Robert Rauschenberg - Pop Art...
...Pioneer. Alastair Sooke celebrates the protean genius of one of America's most prolific and original artists, Robert Rauschenberg. [S,SL]

04 15-06 00This Is BBC Two
Highlights of programmes on BBC Two. [S]

06 00-06 45Wanted Down Under
Families consider relocating down under. Will a trial week in Auckland steer Pam and Claire towards a future in New Zealand? [S]