This week's UK TV & radio

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Listings for BBC 2 on Saturday, March 2 2019

03:45This is BBC Two Highlights of programmes BBC Two. 
06:45All Over the Place Ed Petrie and his friends embark on a Vietnamese river adventure and take part in an all-singing, all-dancing Bollywood extravaganza in India. 
07:15Wild & Weird 2/16. Tim and Naomi uncover weird wildlife tales. They investigate elks on the rampage, a fish that can walk on dry land and a strange breed of fainting goats. [S] 
07:30Absolute Genius with Dick and Dom 1/10. Dick and Dom reveal the genius of the Wright brothers, the men behind the first ever powered and controlled flight. [S] 
08:00Top Class 4/17. Quiz show. In this heat, Brandhall Primary School from the West Midlands take on Millburn Primary School from County Londonderry. Will one of them be top class? [S] 
08:30The Dog Ate My Homework Iain Stirling is joined by child team captains Avril and Polly and special guests JB Gill, Storm Huntley, Victoria Cook and Luke Kempner. [S] 
09:00Nature's Microworlds Steve Backshall reveals the secret to the existence of the Okavango, the world's largest inland delta and home to one of Africa's greatest congregations of wildlife. [S] 
09:30Athletics Coverage from Glasgow of the European Athletics Indoor Championships. [S] 
13:00Rick Stein's Long Weekends 10/10. Rick Stein's series of long weekends across Europe continues. Rick visits Palermo on the northern coast of Sicily, where he eats some unforgettable dishes. [S,AD] 
14:00Food & Drink 9/10. Monica Galetti joins Michel Roux Jr and shows him how to create a low-fat, low-carb, flavour-packed meal, while Kate Goodman makes drinks using bitters. [AD] 
14:30Escape to the Country Ginny Buckley helps a couple with a 450,000 budget to search for a country retreat in Shropshire to reconnect with the British countryside. [AD] 
15:30Back in Time for School 8/8. Our class return for one final adventure. Reflecting on the past 100 years, they venture beyond, into a future filled with virtual classrooms and artificial intelligence. [S,AD] 
16:30The Great British Sewing Bee With Joe Lycett hosting, the remaining home sewers head back in time to the 1970s, attempting to revive the glamorous, rebellious and sometimes ridiculous, style of the decade. [S,AD] 
17:30Athletics Gabby Logan introduces live coverage of what promises to be a compelling evening of athletics in Glasgow, featuring the men's and women's 60m sprint finals. [S] 
21:15Live at the Apollo The talented Nish Kumar is your host for this episode of the award winning Live at the Apollo as he introduces Luisa Omielan and David O'Doherty to the famous Apollo stage. [S] 
21:45SheBelieves Cup 2/3. Eilidh Barbour introduces live coverage as England play their second game of the annual tournament, taking on reigning champions and 2015 World Cup winners the USA. [S] 
23:45Mayans M.C. 9/10. Brotherly resentment boils over as EZ and Angel come to blows. Contains strong language and some violent scenes. [S] 
00:55Mayans M.C. 10/10. Has EZ reached the end of the road with the MC? Contains strong language and prolonged violent scenes. [S] 
01:50The Lighthouse Film Drama based on a true story. Two keepers clash, making their duties even more difficult. Contains very strong language. [2016] 
03:25This is BBC Two Highlights of programmes BBC Two. 
05:55The Spanish Main Film Swashbuckling adventure in which a Spanish governor orders a crew of Dutch sailors to be enslaved and their captain hanged, but they escape and plot revenge. With Maureen O'Hara. [1945] [S]