This week's UK TV & radio

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Listings for BBC 2 N Ireland on Monday, June 24 2019

06:00Critical Incident 10/10. A police officer is left with life-changing injuries after a high-speed car chase ends with a criminal driver mowing her down. [S] 
06:45Flog It! 43/60. Today Flog It! comes from Culzean Castle, where experts Anita Manning and Natasha Raskin Sharp find a local watercolour and a handwoven blanket. [S] 
07:30Antiques Roadshow The Roadshow is on Cromer pier in Norfolk. Treasures include a letter from John Lennon, a device marked 'Certain Death' and some Swedish glass bought for 50p. [S,SL] 
08:30The Week in Parliament A look back at the week in Westminster. [S] 
09:00BBC News at Nine The BBC News at Nine with in-depth discussion and analysis as well as breaking news. [S] 
10:00Victoria Derbyshire Original stories, exclusive interviews, audience debate and breaking news. [S] 
11:00BBC Newsroom Live Stay up to date on the day's top stories, with the latest breaking news as it happens. [S] 
12:15Politics Live Jo Coburn is joined by the Lib Dem leadership contender Sir Ed Davey, MPs Gillian Keegan and Stephen Kinnock, and the Telegraph's Camilla Tominey. [S] 
13:00The Boss 13/25. Susan Calman hosts the quiz show where being number one is everything as five contestants compete to take control and knock the Boss out of the game. [S] 
13:45Tennis: Eastbourne Clare Balding presents live coverage of the opening day of the 2019 tournament at Eastbourne. A star-studded list of players are competing, including defending champion Caroline Wozniacki. [S] 
16:45Women's World Cup 2019 Action from the 2019 tournament. [S] 
19:00Top Gear Chris, Freddie and Paddy each attempt to build their own battery-powered sports car on a budget. Chris tests the Tesla Model 3 on track, while Danny Boyle and Himesh Patel are the guest stars. [S] 
20:00The Family Brain Games 5/8. Dara O Briain hosts the ultimate test of cross-generational intelligence. In semi-finals week, the six remaining families battle it out to be crowned the winner. [S] 
21:00The Unwanted: The Secret... ...Windrush Files. David Olusoga opens secret government files to show how the Windrush scandal and the 'hostile environment' for black British immigrants has been 70 years in the making. [S,AD] 
22:00Mná Spóirt: Croí is Anam 1/3. Aoife Ní Chaiside meets football and camogie dual star Rena Buckley, and discusses the values at the heart of team sports. [S] 
22:30Newsnight The day's important national and international news stories with Emily Maitlis. [S] 
23:10BBC Weather Weather bulletin. [S] 
23:15Live at the Apollo 5/6. Kerry Godliman presents the energetic Suzi Ruffell and South African comedian Loyiso Gola. Contains some strong language. [S] 
23:45Question Time Fiona Bruce presents Question Time from Tottenham, with panellists Kwasi Kwarteng MP, Margot James MP, Laura Pidcock MP, Ed Davey MP and Tim Martin. [S,SL] 
00:45Atlanta 1/10. Earnest 'Earn' Marks sees an opportunity when he learns his cousin could become a rapper. Contains some strong language. [S,AD] 
01:10Atlanta 2/10. Comedy drama. Earn and Paper Boi are arrested after their shooting incident and while Paper Boi posts bail quickly, Earn is left at the station. Contains very strong language. [S,AD] 
01:30Atlanta 3/10. Needing to impress Van, Earn finds a way to take her on a date that seems affordable. Contains very strong language. [S,AD] 
01:55Atlanta 4/10. Comedy drama. Paper Boi meets a vlogger outside one of his clubs and is soon engaged in an all-out online trash-talk war. Contains strong language. [S,AD] 
02:20Countryfile Matt Baker visits the beautiful Hardcastle Crags near Hebden Bridge, and John Craven launches this year's photographic competition. [S,SL] 
03:15This is BBC Two Highlights of programmes BBC Two. 
06:00Monday in Parliament Highlights of proceedings in Parliament from Monday 24 June. [S]