This week's UK TV & radio

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Listings for BBC 2 N Ireland on Saturday, January 26 2019

02:35This Is BBC Two Highlights of programmes on BBC Two. [S] 
07:00All Over the Place Asia: Part 2 CBBC. Komodo Dragons, K-Pop and Songkran: Ed Petrie and his friends encounter huge komodo dragons in Indonesia, and scale a massive statue of Ghenghis Khan in Mongolia. [S] 
07:30Wild & Weird 2 CBBC. Tales of Terror: Tim and Naomi search the natural world for all things weird. This time they introduce a Halloween-themed collection of weird clips. [S] 
07:45All Over the Workplace CBBC. 6/10. Comedy: Alex Riley takes two young rookies into the workplace. Brandon and Greta discover if they have what it takes to be stand-up comedians. [S] 
08:15Show Me What You're Made Of CBBC. Five kids live and work alongside the people in Britain who make and do the things they rely on. The kids head to a fish-processing factory in the north eastern port of Grimsby. [S] 
08:45The Dog Ate My Homework CBBC. Tilly v Josh: Iain Stirling is joined by child team captains Tilly and Josh and special guests George Lewis, Dominique Moore, Lou Sanders and Jarred Christmas. [S] 
09:15Deadly on a Mission: Pole to Pole 9/12. South America: Steve Backshall's journey from pole to pole continues, as the expedition reaches Brazil. Steve is looking for the number one jungle predator - the jaguar. [AD,S] 
09:45A Wolf Called Storm 4/10. Nature documentary. Cameraman Jeff Turner spends a year in Canada's frozen north following Storm, an extraordinary wolf whose pack was first featured in Frozen Planet. [AD,S] 
10:45Coast 1/6. London to Antwerp: A journey around the British Isles and beyond. The team starts in London, continues along the south coast of England and then explores the coast of Belgium. [AD,S] 
11:45The Diary of Anne Frank Film Oscar-winning adaptation of the famous true story. German-occupied Amsterdam, 1942. Young teen Anne details how, to escape persecution, the Franks take refuge with another family. [B&W, 1959] [S] 
14:30Bowls: World Championships It is down to the last four in the singles. Who will make it through to Sunday's showpiece final? Commentary is provided by David Corkill and John Price. [S] 
16:30Nature's Epic Journeys 1/3. Elephants: Nature documentary series. Liz Bonnin leads a team using cutting-edge technology to follow individual elephants as they come together for a crucial annual gathering. [AD,S] 
17:30Back in Time for School 4/8. Pupils and teachers embark on a time-travelling adventure. In the swinging 60s, the class experience bricklaying, typing, cooking and even a spot of Mini driving. [AD,S] 
18:30Getaways Travel series. Joe Lindsay and Sinead Kennedy head to the Bulgarian mountains, starting their trip in Pamporovo, an ideal ski resort for beginners, before enjoying nearby Plovdiv. [S] 
19:00The Victorian House of Arts and... ...Crafts. 3/4. Modern crafters move in to a Victorian arts and crafts commune. This week, the crafters tackle the massive dining room in their creative communal home. [S] 
20:00Chris Packham: In Search of the... ...Lost Girl. Real-life detective story. Chris Packham returns to Sumatra to search for a girl from a nomadic tribe he photographed 20 years ago to discover what has happened to her jungle home. [S] 
21:00Antony Gormley: How Art Began Britain's most celebrated sculptor Antony Gormley is setting out on a journey to see for himself the very beginnings of art. [AD,S] 
22:15Live at the Apollo 1/6. Stand-up comedy from the Hammersmith Apollo. The awesome Sara Pascoe introduces rising comedy star Larry Dean and master of the one-liner Gary Delaney to the stage. Contains adult humour. [S] 
22:45Bros: After the Screaming Stops Film A film charting Matt and Luke Goss's reunion 28 years since they were one of the biggest bands in the world. Can they put their history aside to play the show of their lives? [2018] [S] 
00:15World Indoor Bowls Highlights Highlights from both semi-finals in the singles at the World Indoor Bowls Championships in Norfolk. Presented by Rishi Persad with commentary provided by David Corkill and John Price. [S] 
01:15First Snow Film Supernatural drama. Jimmy Starks (Guy Pearce) is convinced that his future holds big things, but that changes when he receives an ominous prediction. Contains strong language. [2006] [S] 
02:50This Is BBC Two Highlights of programmes on BBC Two. [S]