This week's UK TV & radio

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Listings for BBC 2 N Ireland on Saturday, October 21 2017

03:25This Is BBC Two Highlights of programmes on BBC Two. [S] 
06:15How We Won the War 7/10. London: World War II stories of ordinary people doing extraordinary things. In London, Jules Hudson meets a volunteer who found himself battling the Blitz as a teenage firefighter. [AD,S] 
06:45Animal Park Summer Special 2/5. Ben Fogle and Kate Humble celebrate 50 years of Longleat Safari Park. This episode looks back at how the local vet 50 years ago adjusted to treating the new animals in the park. [AD,S] 
07:30Naomi's Nightmares of Nature CBBC. 2/15. Kalahari Safari: In the Kalahari desert, Naomi gets caught in a mighty electrical storm whilst trying to track down the elusive, armoured and acid-squirting pangolin. [S] 
08:00Deadly 60 CBBC. Sri Lanka 2: Wildlife series. Steve and the crew continue their Sri Lankan adventure on the hunt for another three perfect predators, including an elusive mugger crocodile. [S] 
08:30Show Me What You're Made Of CBBC. Coffee: Five British kids work and live alongside the people that make their favourite things. The kids head off to a remote Cambodian coffee plantation. [S] 
09:00Saturday Mash-Up! CBBC. 4/12. Jonny and Yasmin return for another live morning of Saturday Mash-Up chaos! [S] Including Danger Mouse and The Next Step. 
11:00Animal House: Natural World 6/14. Sir David Attenborough tells the stories of the world's best animal architects, including bower birds, hornets and the star-nosed mole. [S] 
12:00The Conference Mark Carruthers presents live coverage of the UUP annual conference including the speech by the party leader Robin Swann. [S] 
13:00Grand Tours of the Scottish... ...Islands. 3/4. Paul Murton experiences island life. Paul explores the islands scattered in the Firth of Forth then visits the home of celebrated writer and naturalist Gavin Maxwell. [S] 
14:00Coast 6/6. Caves and Coves: Coast embarks on a quest to explore the endless nooks and crannies of our curving and twisted coastline and asks: why are our caves and coves so captivating? [AD,S] 
15:00Flog It! Paul Martin and his team of experts invite members of the public to bring their antiques to be viewed and valued, with an option to sell at auction. [S] 
16:00Mastermind John Humphrys presents another heat of the classic quiz. Subjects are Philip Pullman's His Dark Materials, Tony Hancock, Eva Peron and Muhammad Ali. [S] 
16:30The Big Family Cooking Showdown 10/12. Competitive food show, presented by Zoe Ball and Nadiya Hussain. In the second of the semi-finals, another three families go head to head in three demanding new challenges. [AD,S] 
17:30Anglesey: Island Life 3/3. Following the lives of some of those living on Anglesey. Elfyn Jones takes his pedigree cattle to compete at the Anglesey Show. [S] 
18:00Made in Northern Ireland 3/5. Stephen Nolan and Sarah Travers meet the country's most innovative entrepreneurs. They look at a new virtual reality invention for elite sports, among other business ideas. [S] 
18:30Gardeners' World Monty advises on how to protect tender plants over the coming months. Adam Frost learns about the work of a Children in Need project for disadvantaged and vulnerable children. [S] Including Weather. 
19:30Front Row 5/7. A review of the week's arts events. Darcey Bussell celebrates the legacy of Kenneth Macmillan, Stig Abell talks to Philip Pullman and Ghostpoet performs live. [S] 
20:00Britain Afloat The Punt Mary-Ann Ochota explores the story of the punt, a boat that helped Bronze Age people survive in tough environments and went on to become an Edwardian leisure craze. [S] 
20:30Dad's Army 12/13. Uninvited Guests: Classic wartime comedy. When HQ is bombed, the wardens have to share the church hall with the Home Guard, despite Captain Mainwaring's disapproval. [S] 
21:00Lucy Worsley's Nights at the Opera 2/2. Lucy Worsley explores how history and opera go hand in hand. Lucy visits Paris, where two operas captured the spirit of Bohemianism - Bizet's Carmen and Puccini's La Boheme. [AD,S] 
22:00QI XL 1/16. Ologies: In the first of the series, Sandi Toksvig sets out in search of Ologies and Odoxies, with guests Bill Bailey, Phill Jupitus, Claudia Winkleman and Alan Davies. [S] 
22:45Later... with Jools Holland 4/6. Music programme featuring sessions from contemporary and classic artists. Guests include Wolf Alice, Grizzly Bear, SZA, RL Boyce, King Krule and Paul Heaton and Jacqui Abbott. [S] 
23:50In Our Name Film A soldier (Joanne Froggatt) struggles to adjust after returning from Iraq. Contains very strong language, some sexual content, prolonged violence and some upsetting scenes. [2010] [S] 
01:15In the Dark Half Film Drama. After the young son of Marie's next-door neighbour dies in her care, she becomes convinced that she is haunted. Contains some strong language. [2012] [S] 
02:35This Is BBC Two Highlights of programmes on BBC Two. [S]