This week's UK TV & radio

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Listings for BBC 2 N Ireland on Friday, September 21 2018

06:00The World's Most Photographed:... ...John F Kennedy. Series analysing the public image of ten world icons. How John F Kennedy used photography to conceal two secrets that had the power to destroy his presidency. [S] 
06:30Chase the Case 4/20. Strategy game show hosted by Dan Walker. Five players compete to win the case containing the most cash. [S] 
07:15Garden Rescue 29/30. Hagley: Garden renovation series. Kate and Derek's garden is in need of some TLC. And they have a clear brief for the team - the lawn stays but the unsafe, too-small patio must go. [AD,S] 
08:00Gardeners' World Monty Don gives advice on how to deal with overcrowded clumps of summer-flowering bulbs and plants yew to make a start on creating a topiary Nellie. [S,SL] 
09:00Victoria Derbyshire The BBC's daily news and current affairs programme with 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 and panel discuss the big issues of the day. [S] 
13:00For What It's Worth 10/25. Antiques quiz show hosted by Fern Britton. Antiques expert David Harper assists Fern as the three teams compete for the prize. [S] 
13:45Food & Drink 4/6. Monica Galetti - Comfort Food: Michel Roux Jr and Kate Goodman are joined by chef and author Monica Galetti to recreate Michel's perfect comfort food - his mum's shepherd's pie. [S] 
14:15Who Do You Think You Are? 8/10. Reggie Yates: Celebrity genealogy series. Presenter and DJ Reggie Yates unravels a complex family history where Ghanaian culture and British colonialism collide. [AD,S] 
15:15World's Weirdest Events 8/8. Chris Packham explores the unexplained, unexpected and unidentifiable. Chris uncovers the cause of some mysterious holes in the Russian tundra and finds an underwater lake. [AD,S] 
16:15Ireland's Wild River: The... ...Mighty Shannon - Natural World. 8/10. Wildlife film. Cameraman Colin Stafford-Johnson explores Ireland's mighty river Shannon and reveals the intimate lives of the wildlife he encounters. [AD,S] 
17:15Put Your Money Where Your Mouth Is 15/20. Antiques challenge. Experts James Braxton and Catherine Southon face off for the big showdown - who will be the overall winner? [S] 
18:00Celebrity Eggheads Jeremy Vine hosts a celebrity edition of the quiz. Can a team of TV presenters triumph over the general knowledge goliaths and win the cash prize for their charity? [S] 
18:45The Repair Shop Gramophone expert Tim Weeks brings back many happy childhood memories when he repairs an early Edison model phonograph that has been silent for years. [S] 
19:30Great British Menu South West - Judging: Culinary competition. The judges are joined by Barbara Childs, a matron at Great Ormond Street Hospital, who isn't afraid to speak her mind in the chamber. [S] 
20:00Gardeners' World At Longmeadow Monty is planting bulbs in pots and around the garden for an explosion of spring colour. Carol Klein travels to Yorkshire to look at salvias. [S] 
21:00Ancient Invisible Cities 3/3. Istanbul: Classical historian Dr Michael Scott goes on an extraordinary journey through the often-invisible treasures of one of the greatest ancient cities in the world - Istanbul. [AD,S] 
22:00Mock the Week Dara O Briain and Hugh Dennis are joined by guests Ed Byrne, Ed Gamble, Kerry Godliman, Nish Kumar and Rachel Parris. Contains some strong language. [S] 
22:30Newsnight In-depth investigation and analysis of the stories behind the day's headlines, with Evan Davis. [S] Followed by weather. 
23:05Front Row Late As the V&A opens its first outpost outside London, Mary Beard discusses iconic architecture, and the role of cultural buildings in changing the fortunes of our towns and cities. [S] 
23:35Trust 2/10. Lone Star: As word of his grandson's kidnapping spreads, J Paul Getty sends his trusted fixer to Rome to investigate the mysterious disappearance. Contains some strong language. [AD,S] 
00:35Inside No 10: Deal or No Deal?... ...- Panorama. With the Brexit deadline is looming, Nick Robinson interviews the prime minister and hears from all sides about deals and no-deal. [S,SL] 
01:05Extraordinary Rituals 3/3. Changing World: Documentary series. This final episode looks at how rituals adapt in our changing world. How do ancient ceremonies stay relevant and how do they change? [AD,S,SL] 
02:05Horizon: Stopping Male Suicide Investigating why suicide is the biggest killer of men under 50 in the UK. Contains some strong language and some upsetting scenes. [S,SL] 
03:05This Is BBC Two Highlights of programmes on BBC Two. [S]