This week's UK TV & radio

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Listings for BBC 2 Wales on Thursday, August 21 2014

01:20This Is BBC Two Highlights of programmes on BBC Two. [S] 
06:05Homes Under the Hammer Martin Roberts and Lucy Alexander visit a semi in Doncaster, a Victorian property in Camberwell, and a house in Norfolk, and find out how much they sold for at auction. [AD,S] 
07:05Animal Saints and Sinners Dogs Saving Lives and Suspected Pit Bulls Next Door Animal documentary series. In Newham two suspected pit bulls are loose and in Kirklees a dog is kept chained up in wet weather. [AD,S] 
07:50Real Lives Reunited 8/10. Survivors of the Ladbroke Grove rail disaster meet those who saved them, and a community honours a hero who risked his life to pull people from the floods of 1953. [S] 
08:20Fake Britain 5/20. Matt Allwright investigates the activities of conmen. In this episode, Fake Britain investigates the murky world of fake jobs, and meets the man who almost lost everything. [S,SL] 
09:05Escape to the Continent 13/20. Italy - Umbria: Brits test drive an alternative life in Europe. Anita Rani is in the stunning region of Umbria, Italy, property shopping with newlyweds from Scotland. [AD,S,SL] 
10:05Railways of the Great War with... ...Michael Portillo. 5/5. Railways and Remembrance: Exploring how, even after the war had ended, the work of the railways was not over. [AD,S,SL] 
10:35HARDtalk HARDtalk speaks to Ali Khedery, a former adviser to a string of American ambassadors in Baghdad. Does the United States have the ability to impose its will on the Middle East? [S] 
11:00BBC News The latest national and international news, plus top interviews and analysis. [S] 
11:30BBC World News The latest international news from the BBC. [S] 
12:00Fred Dibnah's Magnificent... ...Monuments. 4/6. Places of Work: Fred Dibnah tours Britain's great building feats. In Chatham he visits one of our oldest dockyards, while in Leeds he discovers an early form of fireproofing. [S] 
12:30Climbing Great Buildings 5/15. Layer Marney Tower: Dr Jonathan Foyle scales Britain's most iconic structures to reveal the buildings' secrets. The next step in Jonathan's journey takes him to Layer Marney Tower. [AD,S] 
13:00My Life in Books 10/10. Anne Robinson is joined by chef Rick Stein and actor Fiona Shaw, who pick their favourite books and discuss why they have been important to them throughout their lives. [S] 
13:30Cash in the Attic Antiques series. Jackie Morris fears her policeman partner Alan will never retire, but perhaps buying a motor mover for their caravan might persuade him? [S] 
14:15The Chef's Protege 4/20. Three of the UK's most renowned chefs look for a young student to take under their wing. Tom Kitchin introduces the aspiring chefs to his favourite ingredients - Scottish game. [S] 
14:45Celebrity MasterChef Cookery contest. The three remaining celebrities are sent to a top London restaurant specialising in seafood and steak, where they must prepare dishes for paying customers. [S] 
15:30Coast 2/8. Swanage to Land's End: The journey continues along England's south-west coast. Mark Horton has privileged access to the historic dockyards at Devonport. [S] 
16:15Great Continental Railway Journeys 4/6. Copenhagen to Oslo: Michael Portillo explores Scandinavia, braving one of the world's oldest rollercoasters, sampling a smorgasbord and test driving a vintage Volvo. [AD,S] 
17:15Flog It! Peterborough The Flog It! team are at Peterborough Cathedral and Paul Martin delivers a behind-the-scenes tour of the place, unearthing some of the secrets of its colourful past. [S] 
18:00Two Tribes 4/30. 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 Dermot Murnaghan hosts the show where every day a new team of challengers take on what is probably the greatest quiz team in Britain, made up of some of the country's top quizzers. [S] 
19:00Young Vets 3/10. Documentary following a group of student vets getting their first hands-on experience. The intense pressure is starting to take its toll on some of the students. [S] 
20:00Russia's Lost Princesses 1/2. The Gilded Cage: The story of Tsar Nicholas II's four daughters. As they grew up, the sisters attracted frenzied press attention and grew close to their parents' advisor Rasputin. [AD,S] 
21:00The Honourable Woman 8/8. The Paring Knife: Nessa fights to save her life and find a way home in the desert wastelands. Contains some strong language and some violence. [AD,S] 
22:00QI 3/18. K-Folk: Quiz show. Stephen Fry looks into the quite interesting world of K-folk with Katherine Ryan, Josh Widdicombe, Phill Jupitus and Alan Davies. Contains some strong language. [S] 
22:30Newsnight In-depth investigation and analysis of the stories behind the day's headlines with Kirsty Wark. [S] Followed by weather. 
23:25Horizon: Should I Eat Meat? -... ...How to Feed the Planet. 2/13. Dr Michael Mosley finds out what impact meat production is having on the planet. [S] 
00:25Children of Syria Lyse Doucet follows the lives of six children over six months in Syria and offers insight into a country being torn apart. Contains upsetting scenes. [S,SL] 
01:25This Is BBC Two Highlights of programmes on BBC Two. [S]