This week's UK TV & radio

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Listings for BBC 2 Wales on Thursday, February 11 2016

01:40This Is BBC Two Highlights of programmes on BBC Two. [S] 
06:15The Housing Enforcers 13/20. Consumer programme. Matt Allwright meets a family living in such cramped conditions that the father has to sleep on the floor. [S] 
07:00Wanted Down Under Revisited 4/16. Stitt Family: Eric Stitt's job meant he spent weeks at a time away from home. Four years after a trial week living in Australia, has the Stitt family made the move? [S] 
07:45Escape to the Continent 3/20. Spain - Valencia: Anita Rani is in Valencia, Spain, house-hunting with a recently married couple who are hoping to start the next chapter of their lives in a new country. [S] 
08:15Great British Menu North West Starter Creative culinary competition. Representing the north west of England are Eve Townson, Matt Worswick and returning contender Mark Ellis. [AD,S,SL] 
08:45Close Calls: On Camera Alex Jones presents close calls caught on film. A professional base jumper makes a misjudgement and crashes to the ground in a remote location. [S,SL] 
09:15Victoria Derbyshire The BBC's daily news and current affairs programme with original stories, exclusive interviews, audience debate and breaking news. [S] 
11:00BBC News The latest national and international news, plus top interviews and analysis. [S] 
12:00Daily Politics Andrew Neil and Jo Coburn with the latest political news, interviews and debate. [S] 
13:00Coast St Kilda Archaeology Neil Oliver visits the remote island of St Kilda to find out about conservation efforts on the largely uninhabited island. [S] 
13:05The Pallisers 13/26. Drama series based on the six political novels by Anthony Trollope. Lizzie's guests have seen the Eustace diamonds, but the family are planning to regain them. [S] 
14:00Who Do You Think You Are? 6/10. Anne Reid: Celebrity genealogy series. Actress Anne Reid was close to her father but knows very little about his family. She is on the trail of her great-great-grandfather. [AD,S] 
15:00A Place to Call Home 1/10. No Secrets, Ever: Australian period drama. In present day Ash Park, elderly Sarah reveals the truth about Bert Ford's death. [S] 
15:45The Best Dishes Ever 4/20. Winter Warmers: Ainsley Harriott introduces classic recipes from some of the BBC's best-loved television chefs. The menu includes Keith Floyd's beautiful beef provencal. [S] 
16:15Nature's Great Events 5/6. The Great Flood: Documentary series. The great flood in the Okavango turns 4,000 square miles of arid plains into a beautiful wetland, attracting elephants, buffalo and birds. [AD,S] 
17:15Flog It! Lissanoure Castle Paul Martin and antique experts Will Axon and Catherine Southon visit Lissanoure Castle. Paul finds a rather valuable creature, and Catherine goes global. [S] 
18:00Eggheads Jeremy Vine hosts the show in which teams from all over the UK take on probably the greatest quiz team in Britain, made up of some of the country's top quiz champions. [S] 
18:30Great American Railroad Journeys 9/15. Lancaster to Gettysburg: Michael Portillo rides the railroads of America. Michael hitches a ride with the Amish in a horse-drawn buggy through rich countryside. [AD,S] 
19:00Sport Wales Sport magazine programme dedicated to bringing you previews, reviews and profiles of sporting stars, plus stories of sporting success from wherever they happen. Presented by Dot Davies. [S] 
19:30Dad's Army 10/14. The Test: Classic sitcom. The Chief Warden challenges Captain Mainwaring to a game of cricket. Featuring a guest appearance by English cricket legend Fred Trueman. [S] 
20:00Cats v Dogs: Which is Best? 2/2. Chris Packham and Liz Bonnin battle it out to find out whether cats or dogs are the better animal. The final round looks at whether cats and dogs really love us. [AD,S] 
21:00The Story of China 4/6. The Ming: Michael Wood explores the history of the world's newest superpower. The tale of the Ming dynasty begins with the amazing story of Hongwu, a peasant rebel. [AD,S] 
22:00The Clare Balding Show 8/10. Clare Balding interviews some of the biggest names in sport. Guests include rugby league legend Kevin Sinfield, who switched codes to union in 2015. [S] 
22:30Newsnight In-depth investigation and analysis of the stories behind the day's headlines with Emily Maitlis. [S] Followed by weather. 
23:15James May's Cars of the People 3/3. James discovers what happened to the cars of the future that we were promised and how the petrol engine came to dominate the 20th century. [AD,S] 
00:15Gangs, Guns and the Police -... ...Panorama. Panorama asks if the police have lost control of the streets of Salford and examines how a community can beat the cycle of guns and gangs. [S,SL] 
00:45The Story of China 2/6. Silk Roads and China Ships: Michael Wood explores the history of the world's newest superpower. Michael tells the tale of China's first international age under the Tang Dynasty. [AD,S,SL] 
01:45Victorian Bakers 3/3. Four professional bakers bake their way through the Victorian era. It's 1900 and the bakers now have an elegant high-street shop which they must fill with pastries and cakes. [AD,S,SL] 
02:45This Is BBC Two Highlights of programmes on BBC Two. [S]