BBC Two Today Monday 9 January 2023

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What’s On BBC Two Today Monday 9 January 2023

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

06:30
Bargain Hunt

S63E19

The teams search for money-making items in Llandeilo

The teams search for money-making items in Llandeilo, Carmarthenshire, with the help of Philip Serrell and Charles Hanson. Presenter Christina Trevanion gets hands-on with the ancient art of silversmithing at a family business in the heart of nearby town, Laugharne

07:15
Make It at Market

S01E05

Dea is hoping her willow weaving can help her build a home business

Aspiring makers are given the opportunity to turn their hobbies and skills into money-making businesses. With chronic fatigue syndrome, autism and attention deficit hyperactivity disorder Dea is hoping her willow-weaving can help her build a home business. For artistically inclined Gemma, it’s all about proving her careers advisor wrong. Dom Chinea presents

08:00
Antiques Roadshow Christmas Special: Toys and Childhood

Fiona Bruce visits the Museum of the Home for a special edition on children’s toys

Fiona Bruce visits the Museum of the Home, in central London, for a special edition on children’s toys. From a 4,000-year-old pull-along toy to one of the first personal computer consoles, the team explores how toys and notions of childhood have changed over time. The experts bring along some of their own childhood playthings, including Mark Smith’s teddy, Bunny Campione’s original soft toy bunny, which she is named after, and a bottle rocket that Ronnie Archer-Morgan played with as a child in the 1950s. The programme also catches up with toy collector Jonathan Ross, finding out what sparked his passion for all things plastic and why he loves Japanese action figures

09:00
BBC News

10:00
BBC News

The latest national and international stories

12:15
Politics Live

The latest stories from Westminster and beyond

13:00
Live Snooker: The Masters

Ronnie O’Sullivan v Luca Brecel

Ronnie O’Sullivan v Luca Brecel. Coverage of the third match in the opening round at the Alexandra Palace, where the Rocket takes on the Belgian Bullet. O’Sullivan is the most successful player in the tournament’s history, having reached the final on 13 occasions and winning seven of those, but his form this season has been inconsistent and Brecel will feel he has every chance of reach the quarter-finals

17:15
Flog It!

S15E09

Charles Hanson and Catherine Southon seek treasures in Morecambe, Lancashire

In Morecambe, Lancashire, antiques experts Charles Hanson and Catherine Southon find treasures to take to auction including a vintage Rolex watch. Plus, presenter Paul Martin discovers the rags to riches story of the town’s most famous son – Eric Morecambe

18:00
Richard Osman’s House of Games

S06E81

With Jasmine Harman, Dave Johns, Suzannah Lipscomb and Jason Mohammad

18:30
Take a Hike

S02E06

The first of five walks on the Isle of Skye in the Inner Hebrides

19:00
Nadiya’s Fast Flavours

S01E01

Nadiya Hussain rustles up assorted recipes, beginning with comfort foods

Nadiya Hussain rustles up assorted recipes that prove viewers don’t need a special occasion to try out bold, exciting flavours that will taste great. She begins with comfort foods, including macaroni cheese, and her twist on French toast. Plus, food writer Olia Hercules shares her recipe for borscht

19:30
Mastermind

S20E16

Specialist subjects include Stephen Hawking and Radiohead

Clive Myrie invites four more contestants to brave the black chair, who answer questions on the specialist subjects of Stephen Hawking, the music of Radiohead, Theda Bara, and the Richard Sharpe novels of Bernard Cornwell, before they are tested on their general knowledge

20:00
Only Connect

S18E18

The Scrummagers take on the Croot Family

Victoria Coren Mitchell hosts another second-round match as the Scrummagers take on the Croot Family for a place in the quarter-finals of the quiz. The contestants must use patience, lateral thinking and sheer inspiration to make connections between four seemingly random things, with one asking what links Underchamber, Equine sea monster, Pod of the temples, and Little brain

20:30
University Challenge

S29E18

The second round of the student quiz continues

The second round of the student quiz continues, with two 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

21:00
The Mayfair Hotel Megabuild

S01E02

The digging out of the basement reaches its fifth and deepest level

Just over halfway through the seven-year renovation project the team adopts unusual measures to make way for the next stage of the audacious build – a four-storey roof extension. Meanwhile, after the challenges of groundwater and an underground river have been overcome, the digging out of the basement reaches its fifth and deepest level

22:00
QI

S20E08

With Rose Matafeo, Lou Sanders and Ross Noble

Sandi Toksvig hosts another edition of the comedy panel game, with Rose Matafeo, Lou Sanders, Ross Noble and regular Alan Davis answering questions involving some ticks, a bit of tax, a few toes – and a pile of matchboxes that plays tic-tac-toe

22:30
Newsnight

With Victoria Derbyshire

23:10
Weather

23:15
Snooker: The Masters

Highlights of John Higgins v Jack Lisowski

00:05
Snooker: The Masters – Extra

Extended highlights of a first-round match on day two

02:05
Countryfile

S2022E50

John Craven is at the National Hedgelaying Championships

John Craven is at the National Hedgelaying Championships where competitors create specific regional styles against the clock. John gets a lesson in the Midland Bullock style and finds out why hedgerows are so important to our countryside. He also discovers the Cornish hedge tradition reckoned to be as old as the pyramids and delves into the Countryfile archives to celebrate rural heritage skills, like the time Anita Rani met a traditional cricket bat maker and Matt Baker helped with the ancient craft of wheelwrighting

03:00
Miriam Margolyes: Australia Unmasked

S01E01

Miriam Margolyes explores the unique Australian ethos of ‘the Fair Go”

Miriam Margolyes embarks on a journey Down Under to explore the unique Australian ethos of ‘the Fair Go”, a core value that promotes opportunity for all regardless of background or wealth, and how it plays out in the lives of her fellow citizens. Miriam begins her Australian adventure in the former penal settlement of Lutruwita, Tasmania, questioning how a Fair Go could have begun in a place like this. As she makes her way from north to south, she is confronted with the complexities of Tasmania’s rich history, and meets those still fighting for a Fair Go

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