This week's UK TV & radio

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Listings for BBC 2 N Ireland on Saturday, October 26 2019

03:25This is BBC Two Highlights of programmes BBC Two. 
06:05Mustangs FC Marnie desperately wants to get scouted, but to do that she has to persuade Anton to let her play with the boys - and miss half of the Mustangs' crucial semi-final. [S] 
06:30Top Class 4/17. The search to find the UK's smartest school. Broad Heath Primary take on Great Kingshill CofE, but who will make it through to the quarter-finals? Presented by Susan Calman. [S] 
07:00Blue Peter Sir David Attenborough earns his Green Badge, while Richie meets a Blue Peter fan who is passionate about nature. [S] 
07:30Rugby League: Tonga v GB Lions Live first test coverage as the Great Britain and Irish Lions face Tonga. Coverage is presented by Mark Chapman with Dave Woods and Brian Noble supplying expert commentary. [S] 
10:00Robot Wars 4/6. Robot-fighting series. This show features 'launcher' Apollo, a robot with huge piercing claws, a future-tech machine called Sweeney Todd and PP3D, built using 3D-printed parts. [S] 
11:00Celebrity Antiques Road Trip 3/20. Actors Dan Brocklebank and Hayley Tamaddon are on the search for antiques in East Anglia. Guiding them on their way are antiques experts Raj Bisram and Angus Ashworth. [S] 
12:00Best Dishes Ever 2/20. Ainsley Harriott introduces classic recipes from some of the BBC's best-loved television chefs. The menu includes Nigella Lawson's sausage meatballs. [S] 
12:30Laura Film A police detective becomes obsessed with a beautiful woman believed killed by a shotgun blast to the face in this classic mystery. [1944] 
14:00Laura Film A police detective becomes obsessed with a beautiful woman believed killed by a shotgun blast to the face in this classic mystery. [1944] 
15:00Best House in Town 20/20. In the final round in Cardiff, the winning homes from the four categories go head to head. It is a tough job but the judges must decide who deserves the accolade of Best House in Town! [S] 
15:30Your Home Made Perfect 8/8. Two architects compete to win a commission using virtual reality to build an ingenious garden room in Shrewsbury. [S] 
16:30Saving Lives at Sea 8/10. The RNLI volunteers race to the rescue of a huge cargo ship aground on a sandbank, a kayaker who has set off an emergency beacon, and a horse in danger of drowning in a river. [S,AD] 
17:30Britain's Classroom Heroes 2019 Sean Fletcher and Tina Daheley present highlights of the annual Teaching Awards from London's Roundhouse. Celebrities including Joan Bakewell, Max Whitlock and Nicola Roberts present the trophies. [S] 
18:30Family Footsteps 1/3. Gavin Andrews leads the Smyths, an Ulster-Scots family from Bangor, on a genealogical detective trail as they piece together their family tree. [S] 
19:00Weasels: Feisty and Fearless Looking at the true nature of weasels. Often portrayed as the villains of the natural world, do they deserve this reputation? [S] 
20:00Great Australian Railway Journeys 1/6. Michael Portillo ventures down under to ride aboard the legendary Ghan Railway. At Bond Springs Cattle Station, Michael discovers the story of cattle king Sidney Kidman. [AD] 
21:00Westwood: Punk - Icon - Activist Film Documentary film reflecting on the extraordinary career of Dame Vivienne Westwood, looking closely at her artistry, her activism and her cultural significance. [S] 
22:20Pose Blanca encourages her House of Evangelista children to follow their dreams. Contains some strong language and some violent scenes. [S,AD] 
23:15Pose Blanca launches a business venture with her life's savings. Contains strong language. [S,AD] 
00:10Film: Leviathan Film Award-winning Russian drama. In a small coastal town, a family is forced to fight a corrupt mayor who told them their house will be demolished. Contains strong language. 
01:20The Name of the Rose 3/8. The papal delegation continues to advance, leaving death and destruction in its wake. Contains some violent scenes. [S,AD] 
02:10This is BBC Two Highlights of programmes BBC Two.