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TV Listings for BBC TWO WALES on Tuesday (28.02.2017)

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]

06 30-07 15Heir Hunters
1/20. Series following the work of probate researchers. A man travels 9,000 miles to see his half-sister for the first time. Plus details of two unclaimed estates. [AD,S]

07 15-08 00The Farmers' Country Showdown
11/15. Alpacas: Farming series. Alpaca breeders Barbara and Paul from Cumbria and Jean and Stewart from Scotland show off their animals at the Westmorland County Show. [S]

08 00-09 00World's Most Extraordinary Homes
4/4. Underground: Piers Taylor and Caroline Quentin explore extraordinary homes built underground. In the Swiss Alps, a 4-bedroom house is so invisible it has to be accessed via a tunnel. [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 50The Super League Show
Highlights and analysis from Super League. Warrington v Castleford, Wigan v Widnes, Leigh v St Helens, Leeds v Salford, Huddersfield v Wakefield and Hull FC v Catalans. [S]

13 50-14 35First Minister's Questions
Full coverage of AM's questions to the first minister from the Senedd in Cardiff Bay. [S]

14 35-14 55Coast
Neil Oliver is in the Channel Islands and kayaks over to Les Ecrehous before heading to Sark. Sue Daly talks about diving in the Islands. [S]

14 55-15 25Building Dream Homes
1/15. Series following some of the nation's architects. Chris Loyn gets to grips with a future-proof house near Cardiff, while David Blaikie helps a family who have outgrown their home. [S]

15 25-16 25Africa
4/6. Cape: David Attenborough journeys to the south of Africa, an area dramatically shaped by two great ocean currents which sweep around the continent's cape to the east and west. [AD,S]

16 25-17 15A Place to Call Home
Australian melodrama. Sarah is warned by Carolyn that Regina has escaped her intended incarceration in an asylum and to be on guard, but Sarah believes she is gone. [S]

17 15-18 00Bargain Hunt
Antiques challenge. Swinderby Antiques Fair plays host to Tim Wonnacott and the bargain hunters. The teams are guided by experts Caroline Hawley and David Harper. [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
Athens to Thessaloniki - Part 1: Armed with his 1913 Continental Railway Guide, Michael Portillo embarks on a Greek odyssey from Athens's port of Piraeus to the city of Thessaloniki. [S]

19 00-20 00Antiques Road Trip
Antiques aficionados Anita Manning and Raj Bisram are heading for their next two auctions. They are level pegging so it is all to play for. [S]

20 00-21 00Further Back in Time for Dinner
6/6. In the final episode, the family and Debbie reflect on their time travels, discovering that much of what they experienced in the past still lives on around our dinner tables today. [AD,S]

21 00-22 001066: A Year to Conquer England
1/3. Drama documentary series. Dan Snow explores the political intrigues and family betrayals between Vikings, Anglo-Saxons and Normans that led to war and the Battle of Hastings. [AD,S]

22 00-22 30Inside No 9
Dark comedy. Nina thinks Professor Squires has all the answers but neither know what the future holds. With deadly intent, they commence a battle of wits. [AD,S]

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

23 15-00 15Special Forces: Ultimate Hell Week
GIGN - France: The remaining recruits face two former members of the GIGN, an elite tactical unit of the French police, who will test their abilities to operate under pressure. [AD,S]

00 15-01 15Our Dancing Town
4/5. Grand Finale Part 1: Having pulled off performances in Barnsley, Skipton and Huddersfield, involving hundreds of amateurs, Steve wants to bring the towns together in one last dance. [AD,S,SL]

01 15-02 15The Big Painting Challenge
1/6. Still Life: Amateur painting competition. The ten artists face two still life challenges before the judges decide who should leave the competition. [AD,S,SL]

02 15-06 00This Is BBC Two
Highlights of programmes on BBC Two. [S]

06 00-06 30The World's Most Photographed:...
...Marilyn Monroe. 5/10. Series analysing the public image of ten world icons. This programme explores the ways in which Marilyn Monroe used photography to gain a sense of control over her life. [S]