BBC Two Today Monday 6 February 2023

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What’s On BBC Two Today Monday 6 February 2023

A full run down of everything airing on BBC Two today.

Homes Under the Hammer


Properties about to be auctioned in Dunfermline, Torquay and south-east London

Martin Roberts, Dion Dublin and Martel Maxwell explore properties about to be auctioned. Two one-bedroom flats in bad states of repair in Dunfermline and Ladywell, south-east London, are transformed into smart homes, while a huge former hostel in Torquay is also given a smart renovation

Bargain Hunt


Christina Trevanion hosts the programme from Southwell, Nottinghamshire

Philip Serrell and Roo Irvine advise two teams hunting antiques in Southwell, Nottinghamshire, before heading to Bishton Hall in Staffordshire for the day’s auction. Host Christina Trevanion monitors events and also tests her skills against the local dominoes league as she discovers more about the classic pub pastime



Chris Packham and Michaela Strachan examine footage from the live remote cameras

Chris Packham and Michaela Strachan present wildlife stories from Wild Ken Hill in Norfolk, and examine footage that the live remote cameras have captured after dark. Elsewhere in Edinburgh, Gillian Burke and Iolo Williams head into a cemetery to see the wildlife that uses these city habitats as a haven, before a check-in with the live wild badger cameras in Edinburgh Zoo

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Quiz, hosted by Ore Oduba



Quiz show, hosted by Jeremy Vine

Britain in Bloom


Chris Bavin helps volunteers in Lytham, Lancashire

Celebrity Antiques Road Trip


Gemma Oaten and Samantha Renke hunt for antiques in Lancashire

Gemma Oaten and Samantha Renke hunt for antiques in Lancashire, accompanied by experts Philip Serrell and James Braxton. They discover the history of Blackpool’s tram network and Lancaster’s Grand Theatre, while a donkey makes a surprise appearance at the auction in Kendal

My Unique B&B


Simon Parfett and the team travel to Wiltshire to transform a shed

Saved and Remade


An inherited 1950s moped and a hand-cranked butter churn barrel

Flog It!


From Grimsby Minster in Lincolnshire

At Grimsby Minster, Lincolnshire, antiques experts Christina Trevanion and Anita Manning find treasures among the hundreds of visitors to take to auction. Anita is entranced by some pigeon racing memorabilia and Christina uncovers a rare Chinese silver butter bowl. Plus, presenter Paul Martin explores the battle faced by a Lincolnshire lord as he struggled between loyalty and duty during a royal scandal

Richard Osman’s House of Games


With Kae Kurd, Zoe Lyons, Andrew Hunter Murray and Kate Robbins

Robson Green’s Weekend Escapes


The actor tries out landscape painting

The actor joins forces with his brother David and his uncle Matheson to try out landscape painting in the fresh air on the hunt for ways to relax that do not cost a fortune. A trip to an organised tree-top adventure park follows before they return to the family favourite of fly-fishing on a picturesque Northumbrian lake

Nadiya’s Fast Flavours


Nadiya Hussain’s recipes include banana thyme loaf, a nutty burger

Nadiya Hussain has some relaxed recipes to chill out with, including Bombay burgers that are like an Indian meal in one bite, sticky BBQ sriracha chicken, and a dreamy apple and custard pie. Plus, Shropshire BBQ expert Adam Purnell shares his recipe for tomahawk steak cooked over an open fire



Specialist subjects include the Great Fire of London and The Lord of the Rings

Clive Myrie invites four more contestants to brave the black chair, who answer questions on the specialist subjects of film adaptations of Shakespeare tragedies, the Great Fire of London, the career of John Barnes, and The Lord of the Rings by JRR Tolkien, before they are tested on their general knowledge

Only Connect


The Scrummagers take on the Harlequins

Victoria Coren Mitchell asks the questions as the Scrummagers take on the Harlequins in the next of the quarter-final matches, with a place in the semi-finals at stake. They must use patience, lateral thinking and sheer inspiration to make connections between groups of four things that may appear at first not to be linked, with one set of clues aslking what completes the sequence of 7 March 2021, 3 July 2021, and 22 January 2022

University Challenge


The second-round matches continue

The second round of the student quiz continues, with two more teams of four pitting their wits against one another as they attempt to secure a place in the quarter-finals. Jeremy Paxman asks the questions

Putin vs the West


Vladimir Putin’s efforts to keep Bashar al-Assad in power in Syria

A look at how Western leaders try to enlist Vladimir Putin as peacemaker in the Middle East, but the Russian president instead showed just how far he was willing to go to keep his allies in power. David Cameron recalls the lengths he went to bring Putin closer to the West and how for a while it looked like he might succeed until he backed his ally Bashar al-Assad in the Syrian president’s battle to hold onto power in his country’s bloody civil war, sending in Russian troops to help him



With Jo Brand, Sally Phillips and Guz Khan

Jo Brand, Sally Phillips and Guz Khan join regular Alan Davies on the comedy panel quiz, with Sandi Toksvig asking questions on the theme of this, that and the other, with points being awarded for the answers the host finds most interesting


Presented by Victoria Derbyshire


Never Rarely Sometimes Always

Drama, starring Sidney Flanigan
2020 – Drama

Movie: Never Rarely Sometimes Always -

Upon discovering she is 10 weeks pregnant, 17-year-old Pennsylvanian Autumn Callahan wants a termination. When her own attempts fail, she confides in her cousin, Skylar, and they head for New York City with stolen cash. However, it transpires that Autumn has been given false information about her condition, and as the money runs out, things become even more desperate. Writer/director Eliza Hittman’s drama, starring Sidney Flanigan, Talia Ryder and Theodore Pellerin



Charlotte Smith and Steve Brown visit first-time farmers

Charlotte Smith and Steve Brown visit first-time farmers around the country to discover the trials and tribulations of trying to break into the industry. On the Isle of Wight, Adam Henson is at Medina College, which has started a new GCSE course in agriculture, joining pupils as they get hands-on experience looking after livestock

Dragons’ Den


A sparkly party wear business gets one of the Dragons off their feet

Entrepreneurs Peter Jones, Deborah Meaden, Touker Suleyman, Sara Davies and Steven Bartlett preside over more business opportunities. A cleaning product purveyor aims to make a positive social impact by turning homes into mini factories, while a sparkly party wear business gets one of the Dragons off their feet. Pop-up board games made from paper and card get the Dragons’ competitive juices flowing and a bedding business entrepreneur hopes their eco-credentials will inspire offers of investment. Presented by Evan Davis

Make It at Market


Aspiring makers set to turn their hobbies into businesses

Aspiring makers are given the opportunity to turn their hobbies and skills into money-making businesses by joining presenter Dom Chinea at a life-changing training camp in the grounds of a arts-and-crafts house in Leicestershire. In the first episode, Morgan’s furniture is beautifully crafted, but he lacks the confidence to really sell it. Cath’s life-sized fantastical willow woven creatures are unique – but are they saleable?

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