This week's UK TV & radio

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Listings for BBC 4 on Monday, February 18 2019

05:30..programmes start at 7.00pm No programme information available 
11:30..programmes start at 7.00pm No programme information available 
17:30..programmes start at 7.00pm No programme information available 
18:58This is BBC Four This is BBC Four. Programmes start at 7.00pm. 
19:00Beyond 100 Days The latest national and international news, exploring the day's events from a global perspective. [S] 
19:30Railways of the Great War with... ...Michael Portillo. 4/5. Michael Portillo examines the role of the railways in World War I. At Bristol's Temple Meads station he hears a first-hand account from the front line. [S,AD] 
20:00Coast 3/8. Tessa Dunlop and Neil Oliver reveal the stories of trade and defence that characterise England's south east coast. [S,AD] 
21:00A Very British History A look at what life was like for Birmingham's Caribbean community in the postwar years. Contains language which some may find offensive. [S,AD] 
22:00Soon Gone: A Windrush Chronicle 3/8. It's 1968, and while the world is exploding around him, racially and politically, 17-year-old Kev keeps a low profile as a mechanic, the only black man in a white-owned garage. [S] 
22:15Soon Gone: A Windrush Chronicle 4/8. In 1981, as Yvonne prepares to demonstrate for the young black victims of the New Cross fire, she finds herself giving expression to a deeper, personal loss for the first time. [S] 
22:30The Story of Skinhead with Don... ...Letts. Don Letts looks at the very particular and provocative British subculture of skinhead. Contains strong language. [S,AD] 
23:30The Art That Made Mexico:... ...Paradise, Power and Prayers. 3/3. Alinka Echeverria explores how believers' need for visual images caused artists to create a unique hybrid of Mesoamerican and Catholic faith in Mexico. [S] 
00:30Art of Spain 2/3. Andrew Graham-Dixon explores Spain's art history. He discovers how a brutal empire brought a Golden Age of art of the 16th and 17th centuries. [S,AD] 
01:30Handmade: By Royal Appointment 1/4. Film which follows the making of a Wedgwood vase, handcrafted by artisan potters using the same techniques pioneered by Josiah Wedgwood in the 18th century. [S,AD] 
02:00Return to Larkinland Writer and critic AN Wilson revisits the life and work of poet Philip Larkin. Contains some strong language. [S,AD] 
03:00A Very British History A look at what life was like for Birmingham's Caribbean community in the postwar years. Contains language which some may find offensive. [S,AD,SL] 
04:00This is BBC Four This is BBC Four. Programmes start at 7.00pm. 
05:30..programmes start at 7.00pm No programme information available