This week's UK TV & radio

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Listings for BBC 2 Scotland on Saturday, July 21 2018

03:35This Is BBC Two Highlights of programmes on BBC Two. [S] 
06:35Marrying Mum and Dad CBBC. Game Show: Children organise a wedding for their unmarried parents or step-parents. Three young wedding planners use their knowledge and skill to pull off a game show-themed wedding. [S] 
07:00Officially Amazing Goes Bunkers CBBC. 4/15. Andrew Henderson, Horseboard Jumping, Daring Dicey Deeds: Record attempts from around the world. Featuring a football freestyler, horseboard ramp jumpers and supersonic skippers. [S] 
07:30The Dengineers CBBC. 14/15. Community Den - Part 1: Joe and Lauren help build a den for the children and their siblings at Claire House Children's Hospice in Liverpool. [S] 
08:00Naomi's Nightmares of Nature CBBC. 9/10. Bonus Bits: Naomi Wilkinson shares the unseen nightmares from the filming of series three, including the biggest big cat in Finland and the spooky jungles of Borneo at night. [S] 
08:30Deadly Dinosaurs with Steve... ...Backshall. CBBC. Kings of the Sky: Steve discovers just what it takes to be a terror from the skies. He starts by strapping himself into one of Britain's fastest wind tunnels. [AD,S] 
09:00David Attenborough's Natural... ...Curiosities. Armoured Animals: Both the rhino and the hedgehog protect their bodies with formidable armour. Are these defences really what they seem? [AD,S] 
09:25Animal Odd Couples 1/4. Wildlife biologist Liz Bonnin sets off on a worldwide journey of discovery to find out why animals of different species make friends with each other, and even fall in love. [S] 
10:25Coast 1/24. All at Sea: The Coast team are all at sea as they head offshore to explore surprising stories. [S] 
11:00Second Chance Summer: Tuscany 6/6. With their main responsibilities on the farm coming to an end, the group throw themselves into community life and enjoy their last few days together in Tuscany. [AD,S] 
12:00Kew on a Plate 2/4. Summer: Gardening and cooking show with Raymond Blanc and Kate Humble. Summer has arrived and there are new crops to tend, harvest and cook with, including carrots and cacao. [S] 
13:00Garden Rescue 22/25. East Preston, West Sussex: Garden renovation series. Charlie Dimmock and the Rich brothers are asked to design a wildlife haven for a young family in West Sussex. [S] 
13:45Wanted Down Under Thompson Family James works around the clock to provide for his family, and he believes emigrating to Australia could give him more time at home. Can wife Roisin be persuaded? [S] 
14:30Money for Nothing Junk makeover show. Sarah salvages a dressing table, designer chair, sun lounger and some smelly old hessian sacks from the tips. [S] 
15:30Ben and James versus the... ...Arabian Desert. 1/3. James Cracknell and Ben Fogle train with Bedouins and push themselves to the limit. [S] 
16:30Flog It! Dulwich Antiques programme. Paul Martin and experts Michael Baggott and Kate Bateman get stuck in valuing people's antiques and collectables at Dulwich College in London. [S] 
17:20The Beechgrove Garden 12/24. Gardening magazine. Jim, Carole and George take stock of what's happened in the Beechgrove Garden, and Carole visits Tap o'Noth, an organic market garden in Aberdeenshire. [S] 
17:50Back in Time for Tea 3/6. The Ellis family discover how life has changed for northern working-class families. 1960 marks the start of an era of prosperity. Dad Jon puts in a shift down the local pit. [S] 
18:50Proms Extra 2018 Highlights from week one of the BBC Proms. In the spotlight are Five Telegrams from the First Night of the Proms, the Young Musicians Prom and one-man-sensation Jacob Collier. [S] 
19:30Dad's Army 5/6. High Finance: Classic wartime sitcom. Captain Mainwaring, in his capacity as bank manager, calls in Corporal Jones to explain why his account is always in the red. [S] 
20:00Golf: The Open Highlights Highlights of the third round of the 147th Open Championship from Carnoustie. Commentary is provided by Peter Alliss, Ken Brown, Andrew Cotter and Maureen McGill. [S] 
22:00QI XL 1/16. Ologies: Sandi Toksvig sets out in search of Ologies and Odoxies with guests Bill Bailey, Phill Jupitus, Claudia Winkleman and Alan Davies. Contains some strong language. [S] 
22:45Touretteshero: Me, My Mouth and I A 60-minute film exploring neuro-diversity in the arts through the work of Samuel Beckett from disabled performer Jess Thom's personal perspective. Contains very strong language. [AD,S] 
23:45Mandela: Long Walk to Freedom Film Biopic based on Nelson Mandela's autobiography, chronicling his childhood in a rural village to becoming one of the greatest leaders of the modern age. Contains some strong language. [2013] [AD,S] 
02:05Picnic at Hanging Rock 2/6. Drama series. Three pupils and a governess go missing, so local men try to search for them. Contains some strong language and some violence. [AD,S] 
03:00This Is BBC Two Highlights of programmes on BBC Two. [S] 
06:00The A to Z of TV Gardening 3/25. Letter C: 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 C. [S]