This week's UK TV & radio

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Listings for BBC 4 on Sunday, February 24 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. 
19:00Britain's Outlaws: Highwaymen,... ...Pirates and Rogues. 2/3. Sam Willis explores the golden age of piracy during the early 18th century and charts the devastating impact pirates had during an age of colonial expansion. [S,AD] 
20:00Mark Kermode's Secrets of Cinema Mark Kermode explores the sorts of films that have won Academy Awards time and time again. Is it the subject matter or its treatment that is the key to beating your rivals? [S,AD] 
21:00Pappano's Greatest Arias Antonio Pappano, music director of the Royal Opera House, Covent Garden, explores the greatest arias in the genre through a mix of workshops and archive footage. [S] 
22:00Marguerite Film Paris in the 1920s. Wealthy Marguerite loves to sing, but she is not a good singer. Contains some strong language and some upsetting scenes. [2015] [S] 
00:05Britain's Most Fragile Treasure Dr Janina Ramirez unlocks the secrets of a centuries-old masterpiece in glass, the Great East Window at York Minster, the largest expanse of medieval stained glass in the UK. [S] 
01:05Cinema Through the Eye of Magnum Magnum Photos' pictures of cinema from Robert Capa's photographs of Ingrid Bergman and Eve Arnold's relationship with Marilyn Monroe to Paolo Pellegrin's portraits of Kate Winslet. [S] 
02:00Britain's Outlaws: Highwaymen,... ...Pirates and Rogues. 2/3. Sam Willis explores the golden age of piracy during the early 18th century and charts the devastating impact pirates had during an age of colonial expansion. [S,AD] 
03:00Pappano's Greatest Arias Antonio Pappano, music director of the Royal Opera House, Covent Garden, explores the greatest arias in the genre through a mix of workshops and archive footage. [S] 
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