This week's UK TV & radio

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Listings for BBC 2 Scotland on Saturday, September 29 2018

02:45This Is BBC Two Highlights of programmes on BBC Two. [S] 
06:30Top Class CBBC. Round 6: Hamilton v Little Chalfont: Susan Calman presents the search to find the UK's smartest school. In this first round heat, Hamilton College take on Chalfont. [S] 
07:00Marrying Mum and Dad CBBC. Scarecrow: Children organise a wedding for their unmarried parents or step-parents. Four fiendish wedding planners are determined to get mum and dad muddy on their big day. [S] 
07:30All Over the Place: Europe: Part 2 CBBC. Flamingos, Elves and World Records: Ed Petrie and his friends find the most unusual places in Europe. They discover why flamingos are pink, and explore a fairy-tale lake. [S] 
08:00The Dengineers CBBC. 9/11. Spy Den: Mark and Lauren get the help of experts to design dream dens for children. Sienna really needs a new bedroom which can double up as a spy den, with lots of techy gadgets. [S] 
08:30Absolute Genius with Dick and Dom CBBC. 5/10. Derbyshire: Dick and Dom reveal the genius of Delia Derbyshire, a pioneer of modern-day music who helped create the Doctor Who theme tune. [S] 
09:00Planet Dinosaur 5/6. New Giants: The natural history documentary focuses on the new giants, the recently discovered heavyweights of the dinosaur world, such as the immense argentinosaurus. [AD,S] 
09:30Elephant Diaries 3/5. Series about orphaned baby elephants at the David Shelrick Wildlife Trust in Kenya. Michaela and the six orphaned elephants from Nairobi arrive at Ithumba, the new release site. [S] 
10:00The Animal's Guide to Britain 3/4. Woodland Animals: Chris Packham presents the series that examines Britain from an animal's point of view. Chris meets our top woodland predator, the goshawk. [AD,S] 
11:00The Monkey-Eating Eagle of the... ...Orinoco. 1/14. The discovery of a nest in the Orinoco rainforest gives film-maker Fergus Beeley a unique opportunity to see the rare harpy eagle. [S] 
12:00The Incredible Spice Men 2/5. South Wales: Cookery series with Tony Singh and Cyrus Todiwala. The two friends experiment with goats' cheese in the Cothi Valley, Camarthenshire and visit a sweet shop in Bridgend. [S] 
12:30Great British Menu North West - Starter: Culinary competition. Three chefs bid to represent the north west. Ellis pays tribute to the founder of the NHS with his re-imagining of a Welsh breakfast. [S] 
13:00Great British Menu North West - Fish: Culinary competition. It is the fish course and the chefs are gunning for tens. Craig pays tribute to a friend who revolutionised hospital food in Morecambe Bay. [S] 
13:30Great British Menu North West - Main: Creative culinary competition. Liam meets his personal hero, Nola Ishmael OBE, who became the UK's first ever black director of nursing. [S] 
14:00Tom Kerridge's Proper Pub Food 6/6. Family Food: Tom cooks dishes that are great for the family, inspired by the food he loved growing up. He gives roast chicken a farmyard twist and makes apple and toffee crumble pie. [AD,S] 
14:30Scrappers: Back in the Yard 6/6. Dream Machine: Documentary series following life in a Bolton scrapyard. Terry's back from Italy, inspired and dreaming of buying a ?500,000 car shredding machine. [AD,S] 
15:00Saving Lives at Sea Documentary following the Royal National Lifeboat Institution. Ruth is on board for one of her first ever shouts - someone has spotted what looks like an upturned boat out at sea. [AD,S] 
16:00Cycling: Road World Championships Live action and reaction from Innsbruck, where the women's road race world champion - and recipient of the famous rainbow jersey - is crowned. Jill Douglas presents. [S] 
16:55The Beechgrove Garden 20/24. Gardening magazine. The Beechgrove team are on the road to Callander, where Jim, Carole, George and Brian hold a Beechgrove Gardener's Question Time at the Callander Golf Club. [S] 
17:25Grand Tours of Scotland's Lochs 3/6. Point to Pap: Paul Murton takes a tour of Scotland's lochs. He travels from Britain's most westerly mainland point to the heights of the pap of Glencoe. [S] 
17:55Great British Menu North West - Judging: Culinary competition. The judges are joined by Dr Jake Dunning MBE, who has been recognised for his work during the West Africa Ebola epidemic. [S] 
18:25Gareth Malone's All Star Music... ...Quiz. Gareth Malone is bringing his piano, guitar and conductor's baton to his very own music quiz. Two teams battle it out testing their skill and music knowledge to play the answer. [S] 
18:55Dad's Army 6/6. Never Too Old: In the last episode ever made of the classic wartime sitcom, Corporal Jones falls in love and decides to marry. [S] 
19:30Princess Margaret: The Rebel Royal 2/2. Castaway: Intimate series profiling Princess Margaret. The second film finds Princess Margaret and Anthony Armstrong-Jones at the start of their married life in the early 1960s. [S] 
20:30Golf: Ryder Cup Highlights Eilidh Barbour presents every key putt amid the patriotism and occasional pantomime of the always compelling competition between Europe and the USA. [S] 
22:30Live at the Apollo 5/6. Stand-up comedy from the Hammersmith Apollo. Dane Baptiste introduces New York comic Desiree Burch and Liverpool funnyman Chris McCausland to the stage. Contains some strong language. [S] 
23:00Later Weekend with Jools Holland Joining Jools are five artists, all making their own debuts on the show - Jess Glynne, Idles, Soft Cell, King Princess and Ralph McTell. [S] 
00:05Gareth Malone's All Star Music... ...Quiz. Gareth Malone is bringing his piano, guitar and conductor's baton to his very own music quiz. Two teams battle it out testing their skill and music knowledge to play the answer. [S] 
00:35Department Q: The Keeper of... Film ...Lost Causes. Danish thriller. A detective is thrown into the mystery of a politician's disappearance. In Danish with English subtitles. Contains strong language and disturbing scenes. [2014] [S] 
02:05Trust 3/10. La Dolce Vita: J Paul Getty's refusal to pay his grandson's captors has unforeseen consequences in Italy. Contains strong language, some sexual content and some violence. [AD,S] 
03:00This Is BBC Two Highlights of programmes on BBC Two. [S]