BBC Two

BBC Two

http://bbc.co.uk/bbctwo

The British Broadcasting Corporation's 2nd channel with a mix of documentaries, sitcoms and dramas.

United Kingdom

TV guide - Friday, 17/01/20Now

00:05
Snooker
02:05
Sign Zone: Cornwall: This Fishing Life
The British fishing industry has been in decline for decades. As Brexit brings new hope, can a new generation of fishermen save their traditional way of life?
03:05
Sign Zone: Snow Cats and Me
04:05
Sign Zone: Dom Does America
04:50
This is BBC Two
06:30
Wanted Down UnderIMDB 5.7/10

Documentary series which aims to help whole families migrate to the other side of the world and accommodate to the new living conditions there.
07:15
The Farmers' Country Showdown
A heart-warming series that celebrates inspirational farming families and the rural events where they showcase their hard work, as they try to win the top prizes.
08:00
TVEpg.eu Sign Zone: Masterchef: The ProfessionalsIMDB 7.8/10

Competetive cooking show featuring professional chefs.
09:00
BBC NewsIMDB 6.0/10

The latest national and international news from the BBC.
10:00
Victoria DerbyshireIMDB 3.2/10

The BBC's daily news and current affairs programme with original stories, exclusive interviews, audience debate and breaking news.
11:00
BBC Newsroom Live
12:15
TVEpg.eu Politics Live
Jo Coburn and panel discuss the big issues of the day.
13:00
Snooker
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16:45
The Hairy Bikers' Pubs That Built Britain
17:15
Flog It!IMDB 6.0/10

Antiques show in which a team of experts value collectables owned by members of the public.
18:00
Richard Osman's House of GamesIMDB 8.4/10

Andrea McLean, Adil Ray, Rita Simons and Phil Wang test their general knowledge skills on this week's House of Games.
18:30
TVEpg.eu Great British Railway JourneysIMDB 8.0/10

Documentary series which follows Michael Portillo on his rainway travels across Great Britain.
19:00
Snooker
20:30
Monty Don's American Gardens
What is an American garden? Is there such a thing and if so what does it look like? In this three part series, Monty Don travels across this vast continent in search of answers. In this, the second episode, Monty goes South to explore gardens of early independent America and learns how the history of this part of the country is still very much evident in the places and people he meets. He visits the famous garden where President Thomas Jefferson, one of America's founding fathers, enjoyed spending his time seeking out seeds and plants for his thousand foot vegetable garden. From there he travels South to Charleston which boasts some of the most beautiful trees in the world and learns about the life of the plantations there. In Miami he visits one of the most spectacular Renaissance recreations built on marshland and then joins an orchid hunter in search of rare plants only he knows how to find. He ends this journey in New Orleans where he sits beneath the huge oak trees in the square where jazz was born and hears why this green space was such an important part of that city's history. It is a journey full of surprises and colourful exotic tropical plants and extraordinary fairy tale houses and gardens
21:30
QIIMDB 8.6/10

Comedy quiz show. Sandi Toksvig invites Alan Davies and three guest panellists to answer questions on a wide range of topics; since the questions are impossible to answer, points are awarded for being interesting rather than right.
22:00
Mock the WeekIMDB 7.9/10

A satirical look at the current events.
22:30
NewsnightIMDB 6.3/10

Newsnight is a weekday BBC Television current affairs programme which specialises in analysis and often robust cross-examination of senior politicians, and occasionaly provides extended editions giving full coverage of especially significant events. It is presented by Kirsty Wark, Emily Maitlis and Evan Davis.
23:05
TVEpg.eu Front Row Late
Mary Beard and her guests with live topical cultural debate. In this edition Mary and her panel discuss the links between culture, money and power. In the wake of recent protests against multinational corporations funding some of our major cultural institutions, should landmark exhibitions, literary prizes and theatre productions be backed by big business, or are there more ethical ways of funding the arts? How does the price of culture affect access to the arts for people on lower incomes, and how can you enjoy culture without forking out any cash? Featuring an exclusive interview with Bank of England Governor Mark Carney as he prepares to stand down from his post.
23:45
Snooker

TV guide - Saturday, 18/01/20

00:35
Snooker
02:35
Sign Zone: PanoramaIMDB 7.4/10

Current affairs documentary programme.
03:05
Sign Zone: Doctor Who / Doctor WhoIMDB 8.7/10

Science-fiction adventure drama following the exploits of a humanoid alien known as the Doctor as he and his companions travel through time, battle aliens and save civilizations.
03:55
This is BBC Two
06:45
Wild & WeirdIMDB 4.8/10

07:00
Top Class
07:30
The Dog Ate My HomeworkIMDB 5.3/10

08:00
Blue PeterIMDB 6.5/10

Children's entertainment show featuring games, interviews and lots of fun!
08:30
Deadly 60 on a Mission / Deadly 60IMDB 8.3/10

09:00
Supersized EarthIMDB 8.7/10

Dallas Campbell travels the globe, visiting the world's largest and most ambitious engineering projects in Supersized Earth.
10:00
Robot Wars: Battle of the Stars
11:00
Baby Chimp Rescue
12:00
Best Home CookIMDB 8.4/10

13:00
Best House in Town
Today, it's the final of this week's The Best House in Town. The winning homes from the four categories in St Albans - the best detached, best semi-detached, best terrace and best wildcard property - are revisited by the judges. They'll be given new insight into these magnificent homes while their owners get one last chance to impress. At the end of the day the judges must make their ultimate decision and crown only one of them The Best House in Town!
13:30
The World's Most Extraordinary HomesIMDB 7.6/10

14:30
The Caine Mutiny / Authority and RebellionIMDB 7.8/10

Classic naval drama in which the seasoned commanding officer of the USS Caine, a World War II minesweeper-destroyer, is forced to relinquish control of his ship in a mutiny on the high seas by officers who consider him mentally unfit. The dramatic court martial that follows exposes the complex motives behind the incident at sea.
16:30
Snooker
17:30
Trust Me, I'm a DoctorIMDB 8.3/10

Going behind the headlines to give the definitive answers to health questions.
18:00
Equator from the Air
19:00
Snooker