This week's UK TV & radio

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Listings for BBC 2 on Sunday, February 17 2019

02:00This is BBC Two Highlights of programmes BBC Two. 
06:50The A to Z of TV Gardening 3/25. A look at some of the BBC's most popular gardening programmes and personalities, presented by Carol Kirkwood. Carol explores subjects that all begin with the letter C. [S] 
07:35The Edible Garden 1/6. Alys Fowler attempts to avoid shop-bought fruit and vegetables and live off home-grown produce. She makes delicious broad bean falafels and pea shoot cocktails. [S,AD] 
08:05Monty Don's Japanese Gardens 1/2. Monty Don travels to Japan in spring to trace the history of Japanese gardens from early boating gardens, through Buddhist temples and Zen gardens, right up to a modern tea house. [S,AD] 
09:05Countryfile The team reveal how the countryside is full of life even in the coldest of months. Steve Brown discovers the challenges faced by barn owls during winter. [S] 
10:00Saturday Kitchen Best Bites Matt Tebbutt takes a look back at some of his favourite recipes and best moments from Saturday Kitchen. [S] 
11:30Hairy Bikers - Chicken & Egg The Hairy Bikers are on a mission to find the world's most delicious chicken and egg recipes. They start their search on home turf with the perfect roast chicken. [S,AD] 
12:30Best Bakes Ever Jane Asher brings together a selection of recipes from the nation's favourite television chefs. [S] 
13:00Talking Comedy A laughter-filled look back at a selection of talk show appearances by the Goon Show star who became Hollywood's man of many faces, Peter Sellers. [S] 
13:30A Shot in the Dark Film Classic comedy. Inspector Jacques Clouseau (Peter Sellers) investigates the murder of Mr Benjamin Ballon's driver at a country estate. [1964] [S] 
15:10Butterflies: A Very British... 8/14. Documentary featuring the fascinating lives of Britain's beautiful butterflies filmed in exquisite detail, and also a celebration of their enduring appeal to the British people. [S] 
16:15Earth's Natural Wonders 2/3. In many of the earth's natural wonders, animals can be a threat to the people who live there or they can provide a means of survival. [S,AD] 
17:15Mountain: Life at the Extreme 1/3. Wildlife series exploring the greatest mountain ranges of the world. This episode looks at the Rockies in North America, home to cougars, wolves and grizzly bears. [S,AD] 
18:15Ski Sunday The World Championships draws to a conclusion with a field packed with talent. In the men's slalom, the legendary Marcel Hirscher and Britain's Dave Ryding vie for gold. [S] 
19:00The Fifteen Billion Pound Railway 1/2. The first part of an exclusive series following the construction of Crossrail - one of Europe's largest projects and one of the most ambitious in Britain since the time of Brunel. [S,AD] 
20:00Top Gear Matt LeBlanc and Chris Harris head to Norway in the latest estate cars from Porsche and Ferrari. James Marsden is the studio guest. [S] 
21:00Africa with Ade Adepitan 3/4. Ade begins this leg of his journey in Tanzania, in Selous Game Reserve. He is on the lookout for elephants but numbers in this park have fallen by 90% over the last few decades. [S,AD] 
22:00Eight Go Rallying: The Road to... ...Saigon. 1/4. Four celebrity duos drive over 3,000km in a fleet of classic cars. Contains some strong language. [S,AD] 
23:00Top Gear: Extra Gear Extra Gear kicks off with an exclusive look at Rory's Suzuki Ignis film. Jonny Smith, Rory and Duncan Barbour talk all things four-wheel drive and family estate cars. [S] 
23:25Insert Name Here 6/8. Kerry Godliman and Kate Williams join Josh, and Gabby Logan and Tom Davis join Richard. Contains some strong language. [S] 
23:55Williams: Formula 1 in the Blood Film In-depth documentary looking at the life and career of Sir Frank Williams. Contains some strong language and some upsetting scenes. [2017] [S] 
01:40Question Time Fiona Bruce presents debate from Aylesbury, with panellists Jacob Rees-Mogg, Lisa Nandy, Jimmy Wales, Grace Blakeley and Geoff Norcott. [S,SL] 
02:40Holby City 7/53. As Holly's condition weighs on Ange, a heartbreaking decision divides Holly's family. A smitten Cameron sets out to impress new locum Chloe. [S,AD,SL] 
03:40This is BBC Two Highlights of programmes BBC Two. 
06:00Wanted Down Under Revisited 8/15. An updated look at families previously featured on Wanted Down Under. Back in 2009 Sally Mills wanted to bring her family to Australia. Where are they now? [S]