This week's UK TV & radio

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Listings for BBC 2 on Wednesday, September 18 2019

02:35This is BBC Two Highlights of programmes BBC Two. 
06:30Antiques Road Trip 12/25. There are sunshine and showers as upbeat Izzie continues her trip with self-confessed curmudgeon James Braxton. But Izzie's baking soon has him eating out of her hand. [S] 
07:15Garden Rescue 32/40. Harry and David Rich and Arit Anderson are in Swansea to turn Jessica and Peter's dangerous garden into a safe haven for their young children to play and grow veg. [S,AD] 
08:00Natural World With incredible underwater footage, David Attenborough reveals the true nature of the hippopotamus - an animal that cannot swim yet is utterly dependent on water. [S,AD,SL] 
09:00BBC News at 9 The BBC News at Nine with in-depth discussion and analysis as well as breaking news. [S] 
10:00Victoria Derbyshire Original stories, exclusive interviews, audience debate and breaking news. [S] 
11:00BBC Newsroom Live Stay up to date on the day's top stories, with the latest breaking news as it happens. [S] 
12:15Politics Live Jo Coburn presents live coverage of the leader of the Liberal Democrats' conference speech from Bournemouth. [S] 
13:00Hardball 10/20. Ore Oduba hosts a high-tension, fast-paced quiz where contestants battle to outrun the Hardball - if it overtakes them, it is game over. [S] 
13:45Home away from Home Families swap homes with complete strangers to travel around the UK. A couple from Nottingham swap their watery home with a Wiltshire mother and daughter. [S] 
14:30Heir 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. [S,AD] 
15:15Digging for Britain 2/3. The very best in British archaeology 2016. In the north, finds include evidence for the first Roman siege in Britain and Stone Age Scottish man-made islands. [S,AD] 
16:15Who Do You Think You Are? 3/10. Celebrity genealogy series. Tamzin Outhwaite journeys into her Italian past to uncover the rags-to-riches tale of her great-grandfather Adelmo. [S,AD] 
17:15Flog It! Antiques series. This episode comes from Ragley Hall in Warwickshire, a beautiful 17th-century Palladian house run by the Marquess of Hertford. [S] 
18:00Eggheads Jeremy Vine hosts the show where every day a new team of challengers take on probably the greatest quiz team in Britain. [S] 
18:30The Big Cook Out Sam and Shauna try something completely different as they celebrate the Gujarati Indian community in Cardiff with an epic vegetarian cookout. [S] 
19:00The Andrew Neil Show Interviews, discussion and analysis from Westminster, including the latest on Brexit with Andrew and guests. [S] 
19:30The Repair Shop 10/15. Jay Blades and Will Kirk restore a 100-year-old Nordic rocking chair and Guillaume Pons and Kirsten Ramsay take on an engraved seashell and an unusual ceramic bulldog. [S] 
20:00Interior Design Masters 6/8. The four remaining interior designers take part in a commercial design challenge to transform two restaurants in Bristol, with a place in the semi-finals at stake. [S,AD] 
21:00The Big Hospital Experiment 3/4. The young volunteers begin their third week at the Royal Derby Hospital, and senior nurse Karen gives them more responsibilities as she sends four volunteers to two new wards. [S,AD] 
22:00Better Things 10/10. Max is eagerly looking forward to her graduation party and despite not running to plan, has a wonderful unique present from Sam and the girls. Contains some strong language. [S] 
22:30Newsnight The day's important national and international news stories, presented by Mark Urban. [S] 
23:10Weather Weather bulletin. [S] 
23:15Murder, Mystery and My Family 3/10. Criminal barristers Jeremy Dein and Sasha Wass explore the questionable case against Alfred Moore, who was sentenced to death for murdering two policemen in Huddersfield in 1951. [S,AD] 
00:00China: A New World Order 1/3. The extraordinary story of President Xi Jinping's controversial six-year rule in China. [S,AD,SL] 
01:00Horizon Exploring the latest research into the effects of cannabis on the brain and body. [S,AD,SL] 
02:00This is BBC Two Highlights of programmes BBC Two.