This week's UK TV & radio

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Listings for BBC 2 N Ireland on Saturday, July 20 2019

02:05This is BBC Two Highlights of programmes BBC Two. 
06:35All Over the Place: UK Ed Petrie and friends learn how to toss a caber at the Blairgowrie Highland Games, visit a pencil museum in the Lake District, and more. [S] 
07:05The Dog Ate My Homework 4/12. Iain Stirling is joined by child team captains Harry and Ffion and special guests Darren Harriott, Vic Cook, Stevie Martin and Jarred Christmas, who battle it out. [S] 
07:35The Dengineers The Dengineers help St Hugh of Lincoln Primary School in Manchester create a new space for pupils with specific needs from an old double decker bus. [S] 
08:05Mustangs FC 9/13. Comedy drama. When Lara sucks up to the mansplaining Tom, Marnie gets mad. Doesn't Lara realise that there's more to life than being looked at? [S] 
08:30CBeebies Stargazing: Mission Moon CBeebies Stargazing celebrates 50 years since the first moon landing in a seaside special. [S,AD] 
08:50Strange Magic Film Animated fairy tale musical. All manner of chaos erupts when a flower growing on the border between two contrasting kingdoms is used to create a powerful love potion. [2015] [S] 
10:20Monkey Planet 1/3. Dr George McGavin looks at the world of primates. He meets an orangutan who uses soap to improve her personal hygiene and heads underground to a monkey dormitory. [S,AD] 
11:20Mr Peabody and Sherman Film Fun-packed family animation. Supersmart dog Mr Peabody has to come to the rescue when his human son takes their time machine out for a spin, playing havoc with history. [S] 
12:45My Life on a Plate 6/15. Chef Brian Turner takes celebrities back to their youth, using the power of food to jog colourful memories. Johnny Ball revisits childhood haunts in Bristol. [S,AD] 
13:30Wonders of the Moon Documentary which uses the latest, most detailed imagery to reveal the monthly life cycle of the moon to find out how it shapes life on Earth. [S,AD] 
14:30Netball World Cup 2019 The Netball World Cup has reached the semi-final stage in Liverpool, and Hazel Irvine presents live action from the best of the semi-finals. [S] 
17:00The Super Squirrels Documentary. The squirrel family is one of the most widespread on earth, so what is the secret to their success? We uncover the extraordinary abilities of these cheeky characters. [S,AD] 
18:00RHS Tatton Flower Show 2019 The team reveal the winners of this year's Young Designer competition. Frances Tophill celebrates ornamental grasses and Carol Klein sniffs out the most fragrant flowers in the floral marquee. [S] 
19:00All-Star Netball for Sport Relief Clare Balding presents a star-studded Sport Relief netball match as team captains Jennifer Saunders and Oti Mabuse take to the court in a special as part of the Netball World Cup final weekend. [S] 
20:00Golf: The Open Championship... ...Highlights. Eilidh Barbour introduces the best action from Royal Portrush. Commentary is provided by Peter Alliss, Andrew Cotter, Ken Brown and Ned Michaels. [S] 
22:00Atlanta: Robbin' Season 3/11. Earn has been paid so he and Van head out on the town. Contains very strong language. [S,AD] 
22:25Atlanta: Robbin' Season 4/11. Earn and Van have a strange evening when Earn accompanies Van to a traditional German festival that she used to go to as a child. Contains strong language. [S,AD] 
22:50The Big Short Film A group of investors start betting against the US mortgage market. With Christian Bale. Contains very strong language. [2015] [S,AD] 
00:55Red Tails Film Italy, 1944. A segregated squadron of African American airmen face their German foes. Contains language which some may find offensive. [2012] [S] 
02:50This is BBC Two Highlights of programmes BBC Two.