This week's UK TV & radio

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Listings for BBC 2 Scotland on Saturday, February 13 2016

04:20This Is BBC Two Highlights of programmes on BBC Two. [S] 
06:20Battle Cry Film The dramatic story of US marines during World War II. The story centres on a major (Van Heflin) who guides the raw recruits through training. Based on the novel by Leon Uris. [1955] [S] 
08:45The Desperados Film A ruthless gang of outlaws left over from the US Civil War terrorise the town where their law-abiding brother lives. Starring Jack Palance. [1969] [S] 
10:10Homes Under the Hammer Martin Roberts and Lucy Alexander visit a Victorian gatehouse in Dover, Kent, as well as a property in Roborough, Devon, and a house in Telford, Shropshire. [S] 
11:10Saved by Dolphins: Natural World 6/15. Documentary. Since ancient times, there have been legends of dolphins rescuing humans at sea. Two recent cases seem to show that the legends are true. [AD,S] 
12:00James Martin: Home Comforts 4/16. Party Food: James Martin creates party food from his kitchen in Hampshire. These clever dishes free him up to join in the fun and are guaranteed to keep guests coming back for more. [AD,S] 
12:45Rick Stein's India Rick Stein's search for the perfect curry takes him to Mumbai and the French-influenced town of Pondicherry further south. He cooks the popular Parsee chicken dish sali murgh. [AD,S] 
13:45The Best Dishes Ever 1/20. Picnics: Ainsley Harriott introduces classic recipes from some of the BBC's best-loved television chefs. These dishes will help, not hamper, when you are planning the perfect picnic. [S] 
14:15Holiday of My Lifetime with Len... ...Goodman. 6/25. Len Goodman takes singer Daniel O'Donnell back to Arranmore and Owey islands, off the coast of Donegal, to relive the childhood holiday he took back in 1968. [AD,S] 
15:00Escape to the Country Cambridgeshire Buyers are helped to find their dream homes. Jonnie Irwin helps a retired couple who, after 30 years in the same home, want to move closer to their grandchildren. [AD,S] 
15:45Flog It! Cheltenham Paul Martin leads the team for a valuation day at the Pittville Pump Room in Cheltenham. He's joined by experts David Fletcher and Adam Partridge. [S] 
16:30Sportscene David Currie introduces reports and results from around the country in the SPFL. Today's games include Celtic v Ross County, Hamilton v Dundee United and Hearts v Partick Thistle. [S] 
17:30Back in Time for the Weekend 2/6. The 60s: A family gives up their 21st-century technology and travels back in time. As they enter the 60s, there's more fun to be had - a trip to the seaside and a Mini to enjoy. [S] 
18:30Eorpa 9/16. An t-seachdain a-rithist, tha sgioba E˛rpa ag aithris air na sgeulachdan as inntinniche bho air feadh na Roinn E˛rpa. Reports on the most interesting stories from around Europe. [S] 
19:00Henry VII: Winter King Author Thomas Penn takes an extraordinary journey into the dark and chilling world of the first Tudor, Henry VII. His investigations reveal the ruthless tactics this monarch used. [S] 
20:00Earth's Greatest Spectacles 2/3. Svalbard: A look at some of earth's greatest spectacles. Svalbard spends much of each year in complete darkness but when the sun reappears, the landscape turns into a rich tundra. [S] 
21:00The Real Marigold Hotel 3/3. With one week left of their Indian adventure, what conclusions will the celebrities reach about the realities of retiring to the other side of the world? [AD,S] 
22:00Live at the Apollo 5/6. Katherine Ryan introduces Henning Wehn and James Acaster. Contains some strong language. [S] 
22:45Insert Name Here 6/6. Comedy panel show about people with the same name. The guests are Paul Hollywood, Joe Lycett, Sara Pascoe and Kate Williams. [S] 
23:15There Will Be Blood Film Epic set in early 20th-century Texas. Daniel Day-Lewis plays Daniel Plainview, a self-made tycoon who will stop at nothing to expand his empire. Contains moderate violence. [2007] [AD,S] 
01:45Primeval Film Action thriller based on true events. An American news crew travels to a remote location to capture a dangerous crocodile. Contains very strong language and some violence. [2007] [S] 
03:10This Is BBC Two Highlights of programmes on BBC Two. [S]