This week's UK TV & radio

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Listings for BBC 2 on Sunday, September 15 2019

05:45The NFL Show 3/23. Mark, Osi and Jason preview week two of the NFL season, and look back at Thursday night's clash between the Carolina Panthers and the Tampa Bay Buccaneers. [S] 
06:15Life in a Cottage Garden with... ...Carol Klein. 1/6. Series following a year in Carol Klein's garden at Glebe Cottage. In January and February, the frosts of a hard winter have not yet released their grip on the garden. [S,AD] 
06:45A to Z of TV Gardening 23/25. A look at some of the BBC's most popular gardening programmes and personalities, presented by Carol Kirkwood. Carol explores subjects that all begin with the letter W. [S] 
07:30Gardeners' World Monty Don adds autumn perennials to his borders and shows how to take root cuttings. On her Kent allotment, Frances Tophill invites a special guest to help her with a small building project. [S] 
08:30Countryfile This week the team are in Northumberland. Helen Skelton visits the Blyth Tall Ship scheme, where students from disadvantaged areas are taught traditional boat-building skills. [S] 
09:30Saturday Kitchen Best Bites Matt Tebbutt takes a look back at some of his favourite recipes and best moments from Saturday Kitchen. [S] 
11:00Hairy Bikers: Route 66 1/6. The first helping of this epic adventure runs from Chicago to St Louis. The Bikers discover hickory smoked BBQ meat and a rather soggy Italian beef sub roll. [S,AD] 
12:00Top of the Shop with Tom Kerridge 8/8. Food producers with fledgling businesses test out their products. In the grand final, the seven heat winners fight it out for the title best up-and-coming artisan. [S,AD] 
13:00Best House in Town The owners of three terraced houses in Cardiff hand over their keys to a group of their knowledgeable nosey neighbours. The properties include an Edwardian terrace with a sleek, modern update. [S] 
13:30Film: She Wore A Yellow Ribbon Film Western drama with John Wayne as a US cavalry officer on his last duty before retiring, escorting two women civilians to a stagecoach. The second in John Ford's cavalry trilogy. [1949] [S] 
15:15Westerns: Talking Pictures Sylvia Syms looks back through the BBC's archives to tell the story of what is perhaps cinema's most enduring and most visual genre. [S] 
16:00Animals in Love 1/2. Liz Bonnin explores relationships in the animal kingdom and asks whether animals love. She meets two elephants with a lifelong friendship and a remarkable pair of penguins. [S] 
17:00Burma with Simon Reeve 1/2. Simon travels to Burma and Bangladesh to learn about the roots and consequences of the Rohingya refugee crisis. [S,AD] 
18:00Burma with Simon Reeve 2/2. Two-part documentary series. Simon visits Mandalay and travels to a conflict zone to meet a rebel army who have been fighting the Burmese military for decades. [S,AD] 
19:00Golf: Solheim Cup Highlights Eilidh Barbour presents highlights as leading female golfers from Europe and America battle it out in the singles on the final day at Gleneagles. [S] 
20:00Dragons' Den Featuring a Scottish sauerkraut enthusiast who wants to balance the Dragons' gut bacteria and an entrepreneur who thinks he has the solution to post-festival waste. [S,AD] 
21:00Stacey Dooley Investigates:... ...Nigeria's Female Suicide Bombers. Stacey Dooley meets young women sent on suicide bombing missions by Boko Haram. Contains some strong language and some upsetting scenes. [S,AD] 
21:45State of the Union 3/10. An awkward encounter for Tom before Louise arrives affects their conversation about fading passion. Contains some strong language. [S,AD] 
21:55State of the Union 4/10. Tom tries talking Louise into helping him with a silly lie, but presenting a united front proves difficult. Contains some strong language. [S,AD] 
22:05The Mash Report 2/6. Britain's most uncompromising and controversial topical satire tackles all the news from a world gone mad and a country now genuinely run by Boris Johnson. Contains strong language. [S] 
22:40The Company You Keep Film A former political activist goes on the run after a journalist discovers his identity. [2012] [S] 
00:35Question Time Fiona Bruce presents Question Time from Norwich, with MPs Brandon Lewis, John Healey and Jeffrey Donaldson, Professor of EU Law Catherine Barnard and broadcaster Afua Hirsch. [S,SL] 
01:35Holby City 37/53. A friendly face from the past gives Ric someone to confide in. Fletch goes on a mission that could cost him his relationship with Ange. [S,AD,SL] 
02:35This is BBC Two Highlights of programmes BBC Two. 
06:00Antiques Road Trip 10/25. A girl with some cherries lures Tim Medhurst to part with his cash, while Catherine Southon looks to a kaleidoscope for profit. Who will triumph in Wiltshire and claim this road trip? [S]