This week's UK TV & radio

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Listings for BBC 2 N Ireland on Sunday, February 24 2019

05:55I Was Monty's Double Film World War II drama. A low-ranking officer who resembles General Montgomery is recruited to play his double in an elaborate plan to trick the Nazis. [1958] [S] 
07:35The Edible Garden 2/6. Alys Fowler attempts to avoid shop-bought fruit and vegetables and live off home-grown produce. She shows how salad crops are some of the easiest things to grow. [S] 
08:05Monty Don's Japanese Gardens 2/2. Monty Don returns to Japan during the fiery blaze of autumn. He explores rooftop gardens and takes lessons in the intricate art of bonsai. [S,AD] 
09:05Countryfile In Devon, Matt Baker looks at the work of James Ravilious, who spent years photographing the Devon countryside, and meets one of the farmers who appeared in the photos. [S] 
10:00Saturday Kitchen Best Bites Matt Tebbutt takes a look back at some of his favourite recipes and best moments from Saturday Kitchen. [S] 
11:30Hairy Bikers - Chicken & Egg The Hairy Bikers find the world's most delicious chicken and egg recipes. Si and Dave find out why French chickens are heralded as the poshest birds on the planet. [S,AD] 
12:30Best Bakes Ever Jane Asher presents a selection of recipes from the nation's favourite television chefs. [S] 
13:00Talking Pictures A look back at the career of British actress Deborah Kerr, with vintage television interviews and classic archive clips telling how she became one of Hollywood's biggest stars. [S] 
13:35Black Narcissus Film Oscar-winning, emotionally charged drama about a group of nuns at a Himalayan outpost who try to maintain a school and a hospital against formidable odds. [1947] [S] 
15:15Natural World David Attenborough narrates the fascinating story of some real-life animal romantics. There are show-offs and singers; stories of undercover affairs and heart-warming devotion. [S] 
16:00Earth's Natural Wonders 3/3. In some natural wonders, people push themselves to the limit to survive. Survival requires skill, ingenuity and bravery. [S] 
17:00Mountain: Life at the Extreme 2/3. A look at the highest mountain range on earth, the Himalayas, including resident snow leopards and bizarre-looking monkeys, and the Everest marathon. [S] 
18:00Six Nations Rugby Highlights from a busy weekend, including Wales v England, France v Scotland and Italy v Ireland. Presented by John Inverdale, with Jonathan Davies and Danielle Waterman. [S] 
19:00The Fifteen Billion Pound Railway 2/2. Final part of an exclusive series following the construction of Crossrail - one of Europe's largest projects and one of the most ambitious in Britain since the time of Brunel. [S] 
20:00Top Gear Matt LeBlanc and Chris Harris take a road trip across Sri Lanka in a pair of tiny tuk-tuks. [S] 
21:00Africa with Ade Adepitan 4/4. The last leg of Ade Adepitan's tour sees him travelling from the beaches of Mozambique, through South Africa. At Paradise Island, Ade finds an abandoned hotel. [S] 
22:00The Band Documentary series exploring the world of marching bands. In the first episode, nine-year-old Jamie from Ballygowan prepares to play alongside his dad. [S] 
22:30Soft Border Patrol 3/5. Mockumentary shadowing a fictional border agency. Head of the digital border Niall Sweeney showcases some new technology he is developing for the Soft Border Patrol. [S] 
23:00Top Gear: Extra Gear Extra Gear gets a bit sideways with former British Drift Champion Paul 'Smokey' Smith as he puts the Mercedes AMG E63S new drift mode to the test. [S] 
23:25Insert Name Here 7/8. Andy Hamilton, Suzannah Lipscomb, Naga Munchetty and Reginald D Hunter join the teams. Contains some strong language. [S] 
23:55Women's Six Nations Rugby Lee McKenzie presents highlights of the Women's Six Nations from the clash between Wales and England at Cardiff Arms Park, with coverage of Italy v Ireland and France v Scotland. [S] 
00:25Leave to Remain Film Drama about a teenage Afghan refugee whose status in the UK is about to be decided. Contains strong language and some upsetting scenes. [2013] [S,AD] 
01:55Question Time Fiona Bruce presents debate from Chester, with a panel of politicians and other guests facing topical questions from the audience. [S,SL] 
02:55Holby City 8/53. Zosia returns to Holby, while a frustrated Jac tries to track down Frieda. Ange admits there is no hope for her patient Holly, but will her parents agree? [S,SL] 
03:55This is BBC Two Highlights of programmes BBC Two. 
06:00Wanted Down Under Revisited 13/15. Working away every week had Dad Simon exhausted and put a strain on his relationship with his wife. She thought Australia could give the family a new lease of life. [S]