This week's UK TV & radio

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Listings for BBC 2 Scotland on Saturday, September 22 2018

03:05This Is BBC Two Highlights of programmes on BBC Two. [S] 
06:35Top Class CBBC. Round 5: Nelson v Queen's: Susan Calman presents the search to find the UK's smartest school. Nelson Primary from London take on The Queen's School from Cheshire. [S] 
07:00Marrying Mum and Dad CBBC. The Home Front: Children organise a wedding for their unmarried parents or step-parents. In this time-travelling wedding, 12-year-old Cameron plans take everyone back to VE day. [S] 
07:30All Over the Place: Europe: Part 2 CBBC. Arnie, Impressionists and Wife Carrying: Ed Petrie and his friends find the most unusual places in Europe. They take part in the world wife-carrying competition in Finland. [S] 
08:00The Dengineers CBBC. 8/11. Train Den: Mark and Lauren get the help of experts to design dream dens for children. Ten-year-old Ben wants a den with space to help keep his trains running on time. [S] 
08:30Absolute Genius with Dick and Dom CBBC. 4/10. Faraday: Dick and Dom reveal the genius of Michael Faraday, a pioneer of electricity whose discoveries helped power the planet. [S] 
09:00Planet Dinosaur 4/6. Fight for Life: This episode of the documentary series focuses on the Jurassic period, a time when the first giant killers stalked the Earth and lurked in the seas. [AD,S] 
09:30Elephant Diaries 2/5. Series about orphaned baby elephants at the David Shelrick Wildlife Trust in Kenya. Michaela Strachan finds out if a newly rescued baby has survived her first 24 hours. [S] 
10:00The Animal's Guide to Britain 2/4. Grassland Animals: Chris Packham presents the series that examines Britain from an animal's point of view. Chris burrows into the grassland to observe the eating habits of starlings. [AD,S] 
11:00Tiger Island 2/10. Wildlife documentary. Jungle tigers are turning into man-eaters in the exotic island of Sumatra. Now a maverick millionaire is catching the killers and releasing them on his land. [S] 
12:00The Incredible Spice Men 1/5. East Sussex: Cookery series with Tony Singh and Cyrus Todiwala. The two friends visit Hastings, spicing up some locally caught fish before taking on traditional fish and chips. [S] 
12:30Great British Menu South West - Starter: Culinary competition. Chefs from the south west meet their veteran judge and cook celebratory starters. Jude creates a playful savoury jelly and ice cream. [S] 
13:00Great British Menu South West - Fish: Culinary competition. Tom renowned cooks his take on a classic British fish supper in tribute to a charity which looks after the health of local fishermen. [S] 
13:30Tom Kerridge's Proper Pub Food 5/6. Sunday Lunches: Tom demonstrates his Sunday lunch skills, including an indulgent breakfast, two very different roast dinners complete with sides and even some delicious desserts. [AD,S] 
14:00Homes Under the Hammer Martin, Dion and Martel check out properties in Norwich, Brynmawr and Maidstone. One has a guide price of just ?8,000 but will need a pretty penny spent on it. [S] 
15:00Scrappers: Back in the Yard 5/6. The Italian Job: Documentary series following life in a Bolton scrapyard. At a car shredder factory, it's love at first sight for Terry but Lyndsay's not convinced. [AD,S] 
15:30Saving Lives at Sea Documentary following the Royal National Lifeboat Institution. At Anstruther station, one of the newest helms takes charge for his first shout to a serious medical evacuation. [AD,S] 
16:30Monkman & Seagull's Genius... ...Guide to Britain. 1/4. England: University Challenge icons Eric Monkman and Bobby Seagull road trip through England, showcasing an assortment of remarkable inventions. [S] 
17:00The Beechgrove Garden 19/24. Gardening magazine. Jim shows how to grow fresh produce all year round, while Carole revisits nonagenarian Sandy Inkster at his allotment in Aberdeen. [S] 
17:30Grand Tours of Scotland's Lochs 2/6. Take My Breath Away: Paul Murton visits the lochs of Wester Ross. Speaking to locals, he discovers that the loch-side communities were only finally connected by road in the 1970s. [S] 
18:00Great British Menu South West - Judging: Culinary competition. The judges are joined by Barbara Childs, a matron at Great Ormond Street Hospital, who isn't afraid to speak her mind in the chamber. [S] 
18:30Champions League of Darts 2/4. Live coverage from the Brighton Centre, as the world's top eight players play their second round of games, where it is winner v winner and loser v loser in both group A and B. [S] 
22:30Performance Live: Hofesh... ...Shechter's Clowns. A macabre comedy dance film, asking how far will we go in the name of entertainment. [S] 
23:00Dancer Documentary. An intimate portrait of ballet dancer Sergei Polunin told through home movies and interviews with his family, colleagues and close friends. [S] 
00:20The Skin I Live In Film Spanish thriller from Pedro Almodovar starring Antonio Banderas as a plastic surgeon. In Spanish with English subtitles. Contains very strong language and sexual violence. [2011] [S] 
02:10Trust 2/10. Lone Star: As word of his grandson's kidnapping spreads, J Paul Getty sends his trusted fixer to Rome to investigate the mysterious disappearance. Contains some strong language. [AD,S] 
03:10This Is BBC Two Highlights of programmes on BBC Two. [S]