This week's UK TV & radio

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Listings for BBC 4 on Wednesday, February 27 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] 
19:30On Hannibal's Trail 3/6. Danny, Ben and Sam Wood retrace Hannibal's steps through the south of France to the foothills of the Alps, recreating Hannibal's crossing of the River Rhone. [S,AD] 
20:00Jago: A Life Underwater Documentary about an 80-year-old hunter from the Togian Islands in Indonesia, who dives like a fish on a single breath, descending to great depths for several minutes. [S] 
20:45SheBelieves Cup 1/3. Live coverage of England's first match in the SheBelieves Cup against Brazil. Presented by Eilidh Barbour, with studio guests including former England defender Alex Scott. [S] 
23:00How We Built Britain 6/6. David Dimbleby's journey through Britain's architecture concludes with a look at how 20th-century developments changed southern England. [S,AD] 
00:00An Art Lovers' Guide 2/3. Janina Ramirez and Alastair Sooke discover Barcelona through its art and architecture, including the frescoes that inspired Miro and a surprising collection of vintage fans. [S,AD] 
01:00The Road to Palmyra Documentary which follows historian Dan Cruickshank and photographer Don McCullin into war-torn Syria on a mission to document the cultural destruction wrought by Islamic State. [S,AD] 
02:00The Lost Libraries of Timbuktu The story of Timbuktu and its legacy of ancient manuscripts, proof that reading and writing books have been as important to Africans as to Europeans. [S] 
03:00Rosslyn Chapel: A Treasure in... ...Stone. Art historian Helen Rosslyn, whose husband's ancestor built the Rosslyn Chapel, founded in 1446, is the guide on a journey of discovery around an exquisite building. [S,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