This week's UK TV & radio

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Listings for BBC 2 N Ireland on Saturday, November 25 2017

04:30Rugby League World Cup Semi-Final Mark Chapman presents live coverage of the second semi-final of the Rugby League World Cup 2017, where England are bidding to reach the final for the first time since 1995. [S] 
07:30Naomi's Nightmares of Nature CBBC. 7/15. Intrepid Iceland: Naomi travels to snowy Iceland in her quest to find her ultimate nightmare of nature. She goes on a hunt for a real-life monster. [S] 
08:00Deadly 60 CBBC. Superpower: Wildlife series. Steve Backshall takes a look at some of the super skills and senses that animals around the world use to hunt and survive. [S] 
08:30Show Me What You're Made Of: UK CBBC. Recycling: Five kids work alongside the people in the UK who make and do the things they rely on. The kids start their working trip with one of the UK's biggest recycling firms. [S] 
09:00Saturday Mash-Up! CBBC. 9/12. Yasmin and Jonny host another live show, with guests from The Pets Factor and WWE. [S] Including The Next Step. 
11:00Chimps of the Lost Gorge:... ...Natural World. 11/14. Real-life drama about a family of chimps trapped in the lost world of the Kyumbura Gorge, which has been cut off from the rest of the jungle for 15 years. [S] 
12:00Tom Kerridge's Best Ever Dishes 1/7. Crowd Pleasers: Tom Kerridge shows how to cook the best versions of the food everyone loves to eat. He serves up crowd-pleasing dishes, including pulled beef brisket. [AD,S] 
12:30Raymond Blanc: How to Cook Well 1/6. Slow Cooking: Raymond Blanc takes a cooking technique and shows how it can be used. He explains slow cooking and creates Asian flavoured beef shin and a squid with papaya salad. [AD,S] 
13:00Rick Stein's Long Weekends 5/10. Bologna: Rick Stein visits Bologna in northern Italy and learns how to make fresh egg pasta used for tortellini, tagliatelle, ravioli and lasagne. He also tries 13-year-old parmesan. [S] 
14:00Escape to the Continent 7/20. Lake Constance: Property show. Alistair Appleton is on the shores of Germany's Lake Constance with a buyer from Wiltshire who is planning a new life abroad. [S] 
15:00The Conference Mark Carruthers presents live coverage of proceedings at the Democratic Unionist Party annual conference in Belfast, including the speech by party leader Arlene Foster. [S] 
16:00Waterworld 9/11. Searching for Sharks: Darryl Grimason takes a scuba diving adventure around the shores of Northern Ireland. In this programme, he swims with sharks in his exploration of the coastline. [S] 
16:15Britain Afloat The Rowing Eight Mary-Ann Ochota discovers how the rowing eight - the fastest rowing boat in the world - can trace its origins to Thames river taxis in the 1600s. [S] 
16:45Rugby Union: Wales v New Zealand Live coverage of Wales v New Zealand. Analysis from Martyn Williams, Jeremy Guscott, Doug Howlett and Sam Warburton, commentary by Eddie Butler, Brian Moore and Jonathan Davies. [S] 
19:30Rugby Union: England v Samoa... ...Highlights. Sara Orchard presents highlights of England's clash with Samoa at Twickenham, their last fixture in the autumn international series. Commentary by Chris Jones and Mike Tindall. [S] 
20:30Christine & Adrian's Friendship... ...Test. 3/3. Christine Lampard's mission to prove Northern Ireland's friendliness to pal Adrian Chiles sees the pair examine the future of friendship. [S] 
21:00Joe Orton Laid Bare Celebrating groundbreaking sixties playwright Joe Orton. 50 years since his murder at the hands of his lover, the film charts Joe's brief meteoric rise and tragic demise. [AD,S] 
22:20The Blame Game Satirical comedy quiz with Tim McGarry, Colin Murphy, Jake O'Kane and Neil Delamere. They are joined by Canadian comedian Tanyalee Davis. [S] 
22:50QI XL 5/16. Odorous and Odious: Sandi Toksvig considers all things odorous and odious with Sally Phillips, Ross Noble, Nish Kumar and Alan Davies. [S] 
23:35Albert Nobbs Film Period drama starring Glenn Close. To be able to lead an independent life in 19th-century Dublin, Albert hides a secret from his fellow hotel staff. Contains some strong language. [2011] [AD,S] 
01:20Chances Are Film Lighthearted romantic fantasy about a widow whose late husband is reincarnated and enters her life again. To complicate matters further, he appears as her daughter's boyfriend. [1989] [S] 
03:05This Is BBC Two Highlights of programmes on BBC Two. [S]