This week's UK TV & radio

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Listings for BBC HD on Wednesday, October 22 2014

06:00Homes under the Hammer Property renovation series. A piece of land in Kent, a terraced house in south Wales and a flat with a quirky layout in the borders of Scotland all go under the hammer. [HD] [S] 
07:00Call the Council 2/10. Series following council officers. A funeral director is arrested on serious fraud charges and Himalayan Balsam is choking the local park. [S] 
07:45Close Calls: On Camera 2/15. Nick Knowles presents close calls caught on film. CCTV captures the moment a motorbike hits a car, catapulting a married couple metres through the air. [HD] [S] 
08:15A Taste of Britain 7/20. North Essex: Food programme exploring specialities from around Britain. At Thaxted near Saffron Walden, guinea fowl are the order of the day for the first food producer visit. [S,SL] 
09:00Jungle Atlantis 2/2. Death Of Angkor Wat's Megacity: The story of Cambodia's revered builder-king Jayavarman VII and experts' attempts to discover why his great city was abandoned to the jungle. [AD,S,SL] 
10:00Building Dream Homes 4/15. Series following some of the nation's architects. In Wales, Marianne returns to inspect the upside-down house after months of illness. But will she like what she finds? [AD,S,SL] 
10:30See Hear Magazine for the deaf community. Clive Mason investigates Access to Work, a government scheme set up to help deaf and disabled people in the workplace. [HD] [S,SL] 
11:00BBC News The latest national and international news, plus top interviews and analysis. [HD] [S] 
11:30Daily Politics Andrew Neil and Jo Coburn present live coverage of Prime Minister's Questions and the latest political news, interviews and debate. [S] 
13:00Lifeline Prison Advice and Care Trust Actress Gillian Wright makes an appeal on behalf of Prison Advice and Care Trust, a charity which supports prisoners and their families. [HD] [S] 
13:10The A to Z of TV Cooking 4/26. Letter D: John Torode sifts through the archives serving up dishes from some of the nation's favourite television chefs. Featuring recipes and ingredients linked by the letter D. [S] 
13:30Ready Steady Cook Comedian Tony Slattery and actress Phyllida Law reveal the origins of their 20-year friendship as they don the famous red and green aprons. Ainsley Harriott presents. [HD] [S] 
14:15The Rockford Files 8/22. The Empty Frame: Detective drama series. Rockford and Lieutenant Chapman must cooperate to solve an art heist that takes place at a private party. [HD] [S] 
15:00Cagney and Lacey Conduct Unbecoming Series about two women police detectives. An investigation into illegal gun dealing is threatened when explicit pictures of the lead detective are published. [HD] [S] 
15:50Who Do You Think You Are? 7/10. Robin Gibb: Celebrity genealogy series. Bee Gee Robin Gibb discovers a tale of poverty as he finds out how his great-grandfather overcame the odds to become a decorated soldier. [HD] [AD,S] 
16:50Great British Railway Journeys 13/25. Lydney to Newport: Michael Portillo sees why the Victorians fell for the romantic ruins of Tintern Abbey and discovers Britain's hidden micro-mines within the Forest of Dean. [HD] [AD,S] 
17:20Flog It! Richmond Paul Martin is joined by experts Adam Partridge and James Lewis to sift through the local treasures in Richmond, North Yorkshire, including some prehistoric axe heads. [HD] [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. [HD] [S] 
18:30Strictly Come Dancing - It... ...Takes Two. Zoe Ball has all the gossip and exclusive news from Strictly Come Dancing and Ian Waite looks at how the couples are getting on in training. [HD] [S] 
19:00Big Dreams Small Spaces 3/5. Monty Don helps people create the garden of their dreams. He tackles two gardens - one ravaged by salty winds, the other a mountainside garden in Snowdonia. [HD] [S] 
20:00Trust Me, I'm a Doctor 2/3. Going behind the headlines to answer health questions. Dr Chris van Tulleken investigates whether garlic, beetroot and watermelon can reduce blood pressure. [HD] [S] 
21:00Gunpowder 5/11: The Greatest... ...Terror Plot. The inner secrets of the Gunpowder Plot using the words of the plotters themselves. [HD] [AD,S] 
22:00The Apprentice: You're Fired 3/11. Dara O Briain and his guests, entrepreneur Jo Malone, Radio 1's Sara Cox and comedian Hugh Dennis, meet the newly-fired candidate whose dreams have been snuffed out. [HD] [S] 
22:30Newsnight In-depth investigation and analysis of the stories behind the day's headlines with Laura Kuenssberg. [HD] [S] Followed by weather. 
23:20Sacred Rivers with Simon Reeve 3/3. The Yangtze: Simon Reeve explores the influence three rivers have on the countries they flow through. He travels along the Yangtze, discovering a revival of religious faith in China. [HD] [AD,S] 
00:20See Hear Magazine for the deaf community. Clive Mason investigates Access to Work, a government scheme set up to help deaf and disabled people in the workplace. [HD] [S,SL] 
00:50Who Do You Think You Are? 10/10. Twiggy: Celebrity genealogy series. Twiggy grew up in a close-knit family in London, but her mother told her almost nothing about her relations, not even her grandmother's name. [AD,S,SL] 
01:50Doctor Who 9/12. Flatline: Sci-fi drama. With people to save and the Doctor trapped, Clara goes against an enemy that exists beyond human perception. [AD,S,SL] 
02:40This Is BBC Two HD Highlights of programmes on BBC Two HD. [S] 
04:00Materials: How They Work Materials scientist Mark Miodownik takes a look into the inner world of metals, ceramics and plastics and the microscopic structure that allows them to function. [HD] [AD,S] 
05:00Curious Cat 1/3. Wool, Glass, Paper: Three short films about materials science. Curious Cat inspires children to discover how an everyday material is made. They investigate wool, glass and paper. [HD] [S] 
05:30Curious Cat 3/3. TV, Bricks, Crayons: Introducing five- to seven-year-olds into the world of materials science. The children investigate how TV, bricks and crayons are all made. [HD] [S] 
05:55Wonders of Nature: Damselfly -... ...Danger/Safety. 16/20. The dangerous life of the damselfly - what dangers does this insect face? [HD] [S] 
06:00This Is BBC Two HD Highlights of programmes on BBC Two HD. [S]