BBC Two Today Sunday 22 January 2023

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What’s On BBC Two Today Sunday 22 January 2023

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


John Craven and Charlotte Smith visit Audley End House in Essex

John Craven and Charlotte Smith visit Audley End House in Essex, where they help out with winter cleaning and maintenance and examine a collection of thousands of artefacts. Plus, Charlotte discovers the life of a rural midwife and faces her fear of horses, and Adam Henson makes sure his animals have everything they need to get through a cold winter

Coast Great Guides: Scotland’s Western Isles


Neil Oliver and Tessa Dunlop explore Scotland’s Western Isles

Neil and Tessa continue their comprehensive insider’s guide to Britain’s coastlines, this time journeying through Scotland’s Western Isles, exploring an array of different coastlines and islands. Neil sets off on an island-hopping adventure visiting Mull, Staffa and Gometra, while sampling local delicacies and trying his hand at crab fishing, before meeting a resident on one of the most remote islands in Scotland

Weatherman Walking


Derek Brockway walks along the the Llyn and Offa’s Dyke paths

Derek Brockway is joined by two guides who have both used walking to assist them on their very different but, personal journeys. Musician Jules Peters, who fought breast cancer, takes Derek on her favourite walk in Wales, a stunning section of the Llyn coastal path that ends at a famous beach bar. On the Welsh border in Presteigne, Derek meets Tom Davies who walked the entire 1,100-mile perimeter of Wales to raise awareness and funds for Alzheimer’s disease. Tom takes Derek on a small section of his welsh wander, which includes the Offa’s Dyke path

Around the World in 80 Gardens


Monty Don travels to India to visit the gardens of the Taj Mahal

Monty Don heads to India, where he takes in some of the most masterful examples of horticultural and architectural extravagance in the world – including the gardens of the Taj Mahal. Along the way, the green-fingered presenter investigates the majestic tomb gardens of the Mughal emperors, and a unique rock sculpture garden created from discarded objects and rubbish

Saturday Kitchen Best Bites

Matt Tebbutt presents more highlights from the series

The Hairy Bikers Go Local


Dave Myers and Si King visit the Harbour Cafe in Fife

Dave Myers and Si King explore Fife, on Scotland’s east coast, and visit the Harbour Cafe. Amy is the chef who runs this place alongside husband Jack. The couple insist on using only local, seasonal produce, and fish fresh from the sea just yards from their front door. In April, they literally build the place up, and as the summer season ends, they take it down again. As the building is a temporary structure, there’s no mains power, so Amy relies on a charcoal oven

MOTD Live: Women’s Super League

Chelsea v Liverpool (Kick-off 12.30pm)

Chelsea v Liverpool (Kick-off 12.30pm). All the action from the top-flight encounter at Kingsmeadow. The Reds caused an upset on the opening weekend of the season when they overcame champions Chelsea 2-1 at Prenton Park, with two penalties by Katie Stengel turning the match around after Fran Kirby had given the Blues the lead, also from the spot. However, the Londoners responded by putting a run of wins together to propel them to the top of the league and they will go into this match as favourites

Bowls: World Indoor Championships 2023

The open singles final

Live coverage from Potters Resort at Hopton-on-Sea, Norfolk, featuring the open singles final. England’s Les Gillett was the victorious player here last year, prevailing in a tie-breaker against Alex Marshall of Scotland

Flog It!


Natasha Raskin Sharp and Raj Bisram value items at Culzean Castle

Ski Sunday


Action from Kitzbuhel

Antiques Roadshow


Fiona Bruce presents a second visit to Kenilworth Castle in the West Midlands

Fiona Bruce presents a second visit to Kenilworth Castle in the West Midlands, where finds include some early Meccano toys, a Special Ops radio set used behind the lines in the Second World War and a set of nursing medals that span three global conflicts. Fiona also looks into the art of silhouette-making as an artist cuts her own portrait

Digging for Britain


Alice Roberts examines a gatehouse riddled with Civil War bullets

Alice Roberts visits more archaeological digs around the country, finding out about a gatehouse riddled with Civil War bullets, a unique Iron Age shield made from bark, and Roman burials with pots where the heads should be

The Warship: Tour of Duty


The story of HMS Queen Elizabeth’s first operational mission

The story of Royal Navy aircraft carrier HMS Queen Elizabeth’s first operational mission, following it on a gruelling seven-month voyage to the South China Sea. On board is a company of 1,600 men and women, including 300 US Marines and aviators, with the deployment to the other side of an increasingly-troubled world aiming to be a demonstration of Britain’s new naval strength to friends and foes alike

Schindler’s List

Fact-based Holocaust drama, starring Liam Neeson
1993 – Drama, History, War

Movie: Schindler

In German-occupied Poland during the Second World War, businessman and Nazi Party member Oskar Schindler is deeply affected when he witnesses the clearing of the Krakow Ghetto. He decides to try to save Jews destined for the concentration camps by employing them in his factory – an act of mercy made possible by a deal struck with a sadistic German commandant. Steven Spielberg’s Oscar-winning drama, starring Liam Neeson, Ben Kingsley and Ralph Fiennes

Question Time

Fiona Bruce hosts the political debate from Hoddesdon, Hertfordshire

Fiona Bruce presents the topical debate from Hoddesdon, Hertfordshire, inviting a panel of politicians and other guests to answer questions from an invited audience on subjects that have made the headlines over the past week

Waterloo Road


The Walters family find themselves in an unexpected crisis

The Walters family find themselves in an unexpected crisis with nowhere to turn for help pushing a stressed Preston to the edge. Val uncovers a truth about Kai, causing problems for him and Danny and leaving Val with a big decision to make

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