BBC Two Today Monday 27 February 2023

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What’s On BBC Two Today Monday 27 February 2023

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

Antiques Road Trip


David Harper and Catherine Southon explore shops in Devon

David Harper and Catherine Southon explore shops in Devon. Both are `on the tiles” at Kingsbridge, but while Catherine opts for more traditional items, David scoops up an eel spear and a fetish doll, hoping for luck with the more outlandish. Their final auction is at Broughton Astley in Leicestershire

Bridge of Lies


Quiz show, hosted by Ross Kemp



The rich habitat of the Wash in Norfolk,

Chris Packham and Michaela Strachan are back in Wild Ken Hill in Norfolk, where they update viewers on the weekend dramas that have played out on the live cameras. They also revel in the rich habitat of nearby estuary the Wash, which draws thousands of avian migrants every winter and supports its own resident species all year round. Iolo Williams and Gillian Burke continue to explore Edinburgh, showcasing the Water of Leith as well providing an insight into the badgers’ weekend antics on the cameras

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Politics Live

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Game show, hosted by Rick Edwards

Rick Edwards hosts the game show in which 24 recurring contestants compete for the chance to win a £10,000 jackpot, with a single `impossible” answer knocking them out for the day



Quiz show, hosted by Jeremy Vine



Quiz show, hosted by Jeremy Vine

Holding Back the Years


The rising popularity of granny annexes

Rangan Chatterjee looks at the rise of the granny annex and how it could put an end to loneliness in old age , while Fiona Phillips road-tests the marriage MOT, designed for over-50s who are approaching retirement and want the state of their relationship looked at by a professional

Big Cats


Documentary following ultimate cat species around the world

Documentary following ultimate cat species from around the world, from the lions of Tanzania – the only cat species to live in groups – to the tiny rusty spotted cat of Sri Lanka, 200 times smaller than a lion but just as curious. The film also peeks into the secret lives of the Canada lynx, which lives further north than any cat, and follows an African leopard and mother, which for a decade has worn a radio collar allowing scientists to follow every twist and turn of her existence

Make Me a Dealer


Sandra Zhang from Coventry and Ian Tully from Preston compete

Flog It!


From Tilbury Docks in Essex

Richard Osman’s House of Games


With Nihal Arthanayake, Jake Humphrey, Patsy Kensit and Mae Martin

Coastal Defenders


Documentary following the work of commercial diving engineers

Documentary following the work of commercial diving engineers as they battle time and tide to keep Britain’s coastlines and waterways moving. In the first edition, Brighton Marina’s main jetty is on the tilt causing chaos for residents and shop owners, so the team devises a plan using air bags to fix it in record time. Young diver Kai reveals how fitness is key to the job they do, and he faces danger when the low tide threatens to bring the concrete jetty down on his head. Craig Parkinson narrates

A Special School


Thieves break into the school and take valuable watersport equipment

Thieves break into the school and take valuable watersport equipment, while Leo has written his very own love song for Valentine’s Day, and Liam learns what impact his Prader-Willi syndrome could have on puberty. The summer show is one of the highlights of the year in Ysgol y Deri, and as rehearsals get under way, deputy head teacher Kerrie has her director’s hat on



Specialist subjects include the Empress Matilda and Stevie Nicks

Clive Myrie invites four more contestants to brave the black chair, answering questions on the specialist subjects of the Empress Matilda, Stevie Nicks, the What Katy Did novels, and Universal’s Frankenstein films of the 1930s and ’40s, before they are tested on their general knowledge

Only Connect


The Scrummagers take on the Crustaceans in the concluding semi-final

Victoria Coren Mitchell hosts as the Scrummagers take on the Crustaceans in the concluding semi-final as the two teams compete to guess the connections between things that seem utterly random at first glance. One set of clues asks what links Spread out, Heap, Lock of hair, and Heap of rainstorm

University Challenge


The first of the quarter-final matches

In the first of the quarter-final matches, two teams of four students compete to make it to the next stage of the competition as they try to win two matches to progress to the semi-finals. Jeremy Paxman asks the questions



The parole board considers the cases of two serious offenders

The parole board considers the cases of two serious offenders. Fifteen years ago, Matthew violently murdered a young woman on a public street. A recently converted Christian, he now has the chance to move to an open prison where he will come into contact with the public. After being convicted for arson, 26-year-old Simran was caught dealing class A drugs. Halfway through his four-and-a-half year sentence, he has the chance to be released into the community. Will his history of mental health problems compromise this opportunity?



The mayor visits the club on a delicate matter

Sophie seems to be making progress with her new friend at the library, while the club is visited by the mayor on a matter of some delicacy. Peter’s quest to find his grandmother has attracted the attention of some old enemies and Andy spots something suspicious. Comedy, starring Mackenzie Crook, Toby Jones, Aimee-Ffion Edwards and Daniel Donskov


Presented by Victoria Derbyshire


The Sisters Brothers

Western, starring John C Reilly and Joaquin Phoenix
2018 – Western, Drama, Adventure

Movie: The Sisters Brothers -

In the American West during the 1850s, gunfighter brothers Eli and Charlie Sisters are employed by a rich businessman, known as the Commodore. He hires them to kill Hermann Warm, who eventually reveals that he is en route to find gold using a chemical formula of his own invention. Western, starring John C Reilly, Joaquin Phoenix, Jake Gyllenhaal, Riz Ahmed and Rutger Hauer in one of his final film roles



Adam Henson and Charlotte Smith head to Bakewell Livestock Market in Derbyshire

Adam Henson and Charlotte Smith head to Bakewell Livestock Market in Derbyshire, as hundreds of sheep and cattle are auctioned. Among the farmers looking to make a penny or two is Keith Harrop, who is hoping to get top dollar for one of his beef cattle, but will business be brisk enough? As well as following a busy market day, Charlotte discovers the history of markets and how Bakewell is adapting for the future with pop-up shops and also a pop-in health clinic, while Joe Crowley is in East Anglia, where a proposed new multi-billion pound power grid has been met with stiff opposition

Dragons’ Den


An entrepreneur promoting portable toilets hopes to flush away any doubts of success

An entrepreneur promoting portable toilets for youngsters hopes to flush away any doubts of success, while mushroom snacks with an impressive crunch prove too noisy for one potential investor. Plus, a sustainable clothing entrepreneur returns to the Den for a second time. Presented by Evan Davis

Make It at Market


Izzy tries to become a full-time potter

Aspiring makers are given the opportunity to turn their hobbies and skills into money-making businesses, joining Dom Chinea at a training camp in the grounds of an Arts and Crafts house in Leicestershire. Izzy has given up a career in advertising to try to become a full-time potter. Stone carver Luke needs help overcoming a serious confidence problem that is holding him back

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