This week's UK TV & radio

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Listings for BBC 2 Wales on Thursday, March 5 2015

05:00Bringing Books to Life An adventure into the worlds of some of the best children's books, as celebrities explore the stories that they hold dear. Includes The Giggler Treatment and The Demon Headmaster. [S] 
06:05Perfection General knowledge quiz show hosted by Nick Knowles. One thousand pounds is up for grabs in each game but only by achieving absolute perfection will contestants win the prize. [S] 
06:50Canterbury Cathedral 3/3. Pilgrims and Progress: A year in the life of Canterbury Cathedral. Canon Clare travels to York for the vote on women bishops and the cathedral remembers the Great War. [AD,S] 
07:50An Island Parish 3/6. Sark's Got Talent: Series following the community on the island of Sark. The island talent competition sees a huge turnout and an eclectic range of acts. [AD,S] 
08:20Countryside 999 1/15. Series following the emergency services in rural Britain. The air ambulance crew rescue a man who's had a serious fall, and the wardens at Windermere help some open-water swimmers. [AD,S,SL] 
09:05The Big Allotment Challenge 6/6. Gardening challenge series with Fern Britton. It's the grand final. Who will be crowned the winner of The Big Allotment Challenge? [S,SL] 
10:05The Great Antiques Map of Britain 1/10. Bristol: Antiques series. Tim Wonnacott is at the Bristol Harbour Festival to meet locals with their precious antiques which help tell the story of this historic city. [S,SL] 
10:35HARDtalk Sarah Montague speaks to Nigeria's aviation minister Osita Chidoka in the run-up to the 2015 presidential election, described as the country's most important vote in decades. [S] 
11:00BBC News Twenty-four hours a day, the latest national and international stories as they break. [S] 
11:30BBC World News The latest international news from the BBC. [S] 
12:00Daily Politics Andrew Neil and Jo Coburn are joined by former Labour minister Andrew Adonis, plus MPs Paul Flynn and Andrew Percy debate whether Prime Minister's Questions should be abolished. [S] 
13:00The A to Z of TV Gardening 5/28. Letter E: 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 E. [S] 
13:05Cagney and Lacey Insubordination Drama series about two New York women police detectives. Cagney is forced to work with a former lover on a narcotics case and finds personal and professional worlds colliding. [S] 
13:50The World at War 14/26. It's a Lovely Day Tomorrow: As Allied troops prepare to defend Burma, they are confronted in dreadful monsoon conditions by the well-prepared Japanese. Contains some upsetting scenes. [S] 
14:45Frozen Planet 3/7. Summer: It is high summer in the polar regions, and the sun never sets. Vast hordes of summer visitors cram a lifetime of drama into one long, magical day. [AD,S] 
15:45Some Mothers Do 'Ave 'Em Getting a Job The first ever episode of the classic sitcom. One-man disaster area Frank Spencer becomes a wholesale ironmongery salesman. [S] 
16:15Three Up, Two Down Sweet and Sour Sitcom about in-laws forced to share a flat below their children. Sam wonders why Daphne and the Major are having an intimate Chinese dinner. [S] 
16:40To the Manor Born 4/7. Sitcom about a lady of the manor who is forced to give up her home to a grocery tycoon. A rare tropical bird nesting on the estate causes a flurry of interest among local naturalists. [S] 
17:10Flog It! St Albans Experts Mark Stacey and Kate Bliss scour St Albans for the best in antiques and collectibles. Presenter Paul Martin finds out about the history of the health farm at nearby Champneys. [S] 
17:55Party Political Broadcast by... ...Plaid Cymru. A Party Political Broadcast by Plaid Cymru. [S] 
18:00Two Tribes Richard Osman presents the fast-paced quiz show where what contestants have in common is just as important as their general knowledge. [S] 
18:30Eggheads General knowledge quiz in which teams from all over the UK battle to beat the Eggheads, some of the country's top quiz champions. [S] 
19:00Wanted in Paradise 7/8. Mauritius: Families spend a week living in an exotic country. Faizan Zuberi dreams of running a kite-surfing school in Mauritius, but can he persuade his partner Julia? [S] 
20:00The Great British Sewing Bee 5/6. Amateur sewers test their sewing and dressmaking skills. It's the semi-final, and the five remaining sewers take on a set of tasks working with tricky and technical fabrics. [AD,S] 
21:00Banished 1/7. Historical drama. It is 1788 in New South Wales, and dawn is breaking over the ramshackle camp where British convicts and their masters are waking up to another dangerous day. [AD,S] 
22:00Let's Play Darts for Comic Relief 5/7. Gabby Logan hosts the first semi-final of this winner-takes-all tournament for Comic Relief, as some of the biggest names in the world of darts join forces with comedians. [S] 
22:30Newsnight In-depth investigation and analysis of the stories behind the day's headlines with James O'Brien. [S] Followed by weather. 
23:20A Cook Abroad: Rick Stein's... ...Australia. 5/6. Cooking show. Rick Stein is in Australia, a country he fell in love with on his first visit at the age of 19, where he learns the art of cooking the aboriginal way. [AD,S] 
00:20What Britain Wants - Someone to... ...Love. 1/4. In the first of a special four-part series of Panorama reports, Fergal Keane examines love of family, community and country, asking what binds modern British society together. [S,SL] 
00:50This Is BBC Two Highlights of programmes on BBC Two. [S] 
04:00David Starkey's Magna Carta David Starkey looks at the origins of Magna Carta, the document that has underpinned British liberties since it was created in 1215 to check the abuses of King John. [S] 
04:30Wave World Jon Chase meets a range of individuals who are using wave science to do things in the real world: destroying glasses, creating images, powering cars and recording music. [S] 
05:00Wild Weather with Richard Hammond 1/3. Wind - The Invisible Force: By getting in amongst real weather, or by creating his own, Richard Hammond attempts to discover just what makes weather tick. [S] 
05:30Olympic Spark: Fire Up Your Future Series of seven short films, featuring inspirational British medal-winning Olympians talking about their lives and careers, and sharing key messages with young people. [S] 
06:00This Is BBC Two Highlights of programmes on BBC Two. [S]