This week's UK TV & radio

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Listings for BBC 2 Wales on Wednesday, March 25 2015

06:00This Is BBC Two Highlights of programmes on BBC Two. [S] 
06:15Perfection Nick Knowles presents the true-or-false quiz show with 1,000 up for grabs in each episode if contestants answer all questions correctly and achieve absolute perfection. [S] 
07:00Perfection Nick Knowles presents the true-or-false quiz show with 1,000 up for grabs in each episode if contestants answer all questions correctly and achieve absolute perfection. [S] 
07:45Flog It! Trade Secrets The Great Outdoors Paul Martin and experts offer tips on antiques and collectibles. The experts reveal what's hot and what's not in the world of sporting memorabilia. [S] 
08:15Countryside 999 14/15. Series following the emergency services in rural Britain. The Durham Constabulary are at the scene of a road traffic collision. In Penzance, staff treat a fishy finger injury. [AD,S,SL] 
09:00Africa's Fishing Leopards:... ...Natural World. 1/10. David Attenborough narrates the story of a leopard mother and her two cubs. [AD,S,SL] 
10:00Helicopter Heroes Down Under 3/15. Series following British flying doctors in Australia. A police pursuit lands Dr Chris with a difficult case and Pradip is called to a baby who weighs less than a bag of sugar. [S,SL] 
10:30See Hear Magazine for the deaf and hard of hearing. Heidi Koivisto Robertson explores whether hearing people could improve their communication by taking some lessons from deaf people. [S,SL] 
11:00BBC News Twenty-four hours a day, the latest national and international stories as they break. [S] 
11:30Daily Politics Andrew Neil and Jo Coburn are joined by Priti Patel and Chuka Umunna for live coverage of the final PMQs of this parliament and a look ahead to the general election campaign. [S] 
13:00Lifeline Muscular Dystrophy UK Sue Barker makes an appeal on behalf of Muscular Dystrophy UK, a charity dedicated to improving the lives of people affected by muscular dystrophy. [S] 
13:10The A to Z of TV Cooking 16/26. Letter P: John Torode sifts through the archives and serves up a selection of mouthwatering cookery clips from some of the nation's favourite chefs linked by the letter P. [S] 
13:20Cagney and Lacey Out of Control Detective drama featuring two female police officers. While investigating a homicide, Mary Beth discovers that her son has been playing with her revolver. [S] 
14:10The World at War 26/26. Remember: Final episode: a sombre reminder of the human cost of the bloodiest conflict in history. Contains some upsetting scenes. [S] 
15:00Wogan: The Best Of 8/15. Entertainers: Sir Terry Wogan presents more magical moments from his days in the hotseat of Britain's best-loved chat show, with guests including Liza Minelli and Tina Turner. [S] 
15:45Are You Being Served? 1/5. Dear Sexy Knickers: Classic sitcom set in the Grace Brothers department store. A love note from Mr Lucas to Miss Brahms is delivered to the wrong person. [S] 
16:15Three Up, Two Down 5/6. Domestic sitcom. While Angie prepares for her test, Daphne is busy with her own project. [S] 
16:45Hi-de-Hi! Orphan of the Storm Holiday-camp sitcom. The new camp controller makes his presence felt with a spate of sackings. [S] 
17:15Vintage Antiques Roadshow The team is in Wells, where objects under scrutiny include a valuable bracelet once gifted by Queen Victoria, and there is a revealing moment for the owners of a rare tapestry. [S] 
18:00Eggheads Jeremy Vine 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] 
18:30Portillo's State Secrets 3/10. Celebrity and Scandals: Michael Portillo unearths documents from the National Archives revealing the secret war on the Rolling Stones and how Special Branch spied on a future king. [AD,S] 
19:00Britain's Got the Builders In 4/6. Series looking at the relationship between builders and their clients. In Cheshire, a father has given his daughter a plot of land in the hope of enticing her back from abroad. [S] 
20:00The Ladykillers: Pest Detectives 1/4. Series following four female pest controllers. A family facing the nightly terror of a bed-bug infestation calls in Imogen, who takes a scientific approach to pest control. [AD,S] 
21:00Hillary Clinton: The Power of... ...Women. Documentary. In 1995, Hillary Clinton made a groundbreaking speech, setting down a challenge to treat women's rights as human rights. Twenty years on, has anything really changed? [S] 
22:00Welsh Greats: Gwyn Thomas 4/4. Boyd Clack tells the tale of 'Killer' Thomas, the spellbinding storyteller whose talent for comedy made him famous throughout Britain. [S] 
22:30Newsnight In-depth investigation and analysis of the stories behind the day's headlines with Emily Maitlis. [S] Followed by weather. 
23:20Dara and Ed's Great Big Adventure 1/3. Arizona to Southern Mexico: Dara O Briain and Ed Byrne begin a 4,000-mile road trip along the Pan-American Highway, taking in Arizona, Mazatlan, Mexico City and Oaxaca. [AD,S] 
00:20See Hear Magazine for the deaf and hard of hearing. Heidi Koivisto Robertson explores whether hearing people could improve their communication by taking some lessons from deaf people. [S,SL] 
00:50The Big Painting Challenge 2/6. Portraiture: Painting contest. Una and Richard take the artists to London's South Bank to attempt one of the most notoriously tricky painting challenges - portraiture. [S,SL] 
01:50This Is BBC Two Highlights of programmes on BBC Two. [S] 
03:30The Glasgow Girls' Stories In 2005, seven schoolgirls began a campaign against the UK government for better treatment of asylum-seeking families. Ten years on, they reflect on how their story has been told. [S] 
04:00Story of Britain A series of animated shorts which bring the history of Britain alive. Set from the Mesolithic Period to the Domesday book, we meet some families who shaped the Story of Britain. [S] 
05:00My Life, My Religion 3/5. Sikhism: What does it mean to be a Sikh? 11-year-old Simran explains her religion of Sikhism and young brothers Taran and Joven take the life-changing decision to join the Khalsa. [S] 
05:30My Life, My Religion 4/5. Judaism: What does it mean to be Jewish? 11-year-old Charlie explains his religion of Judaism, it's bat mitzvah year for 13-year-old Me-Me and 10-year-old Solly celebrates Passover. [S] 
06:00This Is BBC Two Highlights of programmes on BBC Two. [S]