This week's UK TV & radio

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Listings for BBC 2 N Ireland on Wednesday, September 19 2018

06:00The World's Most Photographed:... ...Adolf Hitler. Series looking at the public image of ten world icons. This edition looks at how Adolf Hitler used photography to reinforce his public image and manipulate the media. [S] 
06:30Chase the Case 2/20. Strategy game show hosted by Dan Walker. Five players compete to win the case containing the most cash. [S] 
07:15Garden Rescue 27/30. Corby: Garden renovation series. Keri and Mark want to bring the pub - or at least the pub garden - to them. [AD,S] 
08:00Great British Menu North East - Fish: Creative culinary competition. One chef hopes his dish will be a fitting tribute to his mum, who has worked as a chiropodist for the NHS for 25 years. [S,SL] 
08:30The Farmers' Country Showdown 11/20. Sheep: Sheep farmers Neil and Rhian from the Brecon Beacons and Crymych-based Mandy and Derek hope to beat the competition with their sheep at the Pembrokeshire County Show. [S,SL] 
09:00Victoria Derbyshire The BBC's daily news and current affairs programme with 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 and panel discuss the big issues of the day. [S] 
13:00Community Life Vinny Hurrell tries his hand at rowing with the sea cadets in Carrickfergus, and Armagh author Stuart Neville finds out how our libraries have become thriving community hubs. [S] 
13:10For What It's Worth 2/25. Antiques quiz show hosted by Fern Britton. Antiques expert Natasha Raskin assists Fern as the three teams compete for the prize. [S] 
13:55Coast Gower to Anglesey The team journeys along the south and west coast of Wales. Neil Oliver ventures out to Worm's Head, a snake of land reaching out of the Gower Peninsula. [AD,S] 
14:15Who Do You Think You Are? 6/10. Mary Berry: Celebrity genealogy series. Bake Off star Mary Berry believes she inherits her energy from her father and sets off on a journey to find out more about his family. [AD,S] 
15:15World's Weirdest Events 6/8. Chris Packham explores the unexplained, unexpected and unidentifiable. Chris finds a glacier that bleeds red and sees how an electrician got tattooed by a lightning bolt. [AD,S] 
16:15Ingenious Animals 3/4. Communication: Wildlife experts travel the globe in search of the most surprising animal stories. The team investigate the strange world of animal communication. [AD,S] 
17:15Put Your Money Where Your Mouth Is 13/20. Antiques challenge. James Braxton and Catherine Southon compete at an auction in Somerset. Catherine gets into deep water trying to sell some waders. [S] 
18:00Celebrity Eggheads Jeremy Vine hosts a celebrity edition of the quiz. Can a team of footballers triumph over the general knowledge goliaths and win the cash prize for their charity? [S] 
18:45The Repair Shop Steven Fletcher and Will Kirk work together to repair a broken barometer clock. The clock, barometer and thermometer all needing fixing and its wooden case has a missing carving. [S] 
19:30Great British Menu South West - Main: Culinary competition. It is the main course and Olivia is hoping her unusual cuts of beef will score top points. Olivia also visits her local children's hospital. [S] 
20:00Trust Me, I'm a Doctor Michael Mosley finds out whether a glass of wine can protect your blood vessels from the harmful effects of junk food. Giles Yeo sets out to test home breathalyser kits. [S] 
20:30Upstart Crow 4/6. Sigh No More: Shakespearean sitcom. When Kate stands in for Sue at a masked ball it causes problems. Will's ingenious solution doesn't quite work out as planned. [AD,S] 
21:00Trust 2/10. Lone Star: As word of his grandson's kidnapping spreads, J Paul Getty sends his trusted fixer to Rome to investigate the mysterious disappearance. Contains some strong language. [AD,S] 
22:00Spotlight Jennifer O'Leary speaks to M?ir?a Cahill about the Police Ombudsman's report into the PSNI's handling of her abuse allegations. [S] 
22:30Newsnight In-depth investigation and analysis of the stories behind the day's headlines, with Emily Maitlis. [S] Followed by weather. 
23:15Defending the Guilty Comedy. Will is a pupil barrister. His boss doesn't respect him, his clients are all guilty and he is fighting for his job. Contains strong language. [S] 
23:45Motherland 4/6. Sitcom. While Paul is away, he has the perfect solution to aid Julia: he sends his parents to help. Meanwhile, Amanda has a clearout and reluctantly gives Liz her old coat. [S] 
00:15No Activity 3/6. The Date: Comedy series. Hendy and April reveal to Stokes and Carol that they went on a date. There's anxiety for Carol. Contains adult humour and very strong language. [S] 
00:40No Activity 4/6. The Witness: Comedy series. Hendy and Stokes are joined on their stakeout by a witness in the hope she can identify a suspect. Contains adult humour and some strong language. [S] 
01:05DIY SOS: Grenfell 1/2. Grenfell Boxing Club: Nick Knowles and the DIY SOS team construct two brand new buildings for the Grenfell community, starting with a new home for the Dale Youth Boxing Club. [AD,S,SL] 
02:05A Passage to Britain 3/3. The Batory: Dr Yasmin Khan unearths the stories of those travelling on the great ocean liner the Batory, in the 1950s. Contains some strong language. [AD,S,SL] 
03:05This Is BBC Two Highlights of programmes on BBC Two. [S] 
06:00The World's Most Photographed:... ...Marilyn Monroe. Series analysing the public image of ten world icons. This programme explores the ways in which Marilyn Monroe used photography to gain a sense of control over her life. [S]