This week's UK TV & radio

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Listings for BBC 2 Scotland on Tuesday, February 19 2019

02:50This is BBC Two Highlights of programmes BBC Two. 
06:30Wanted Down Under Revisited 9/15. An updated look at families previously featured on Wanted Down Under. Lindy MacEwan longed for a fresh start in New Zealand. So where do she and the family live now? [S] 
07:15Best House in Town 6/20. Homeowners compete to have the best house in town. Three terraced homes in St Albans are looked at by the judges. [S] 
08:00Great British Menu 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,SL] 
08:30Grand Tours of Scotland's Lochs 3/6. Paul Murton takes a tour of Scotland's lochs. He travels from Britain's most westerly mainland point to the heights of the pap of Glencoe. [S,SL] 
09:00BBC News at Nine The latest headlines, breaking news and sport from the BBC newsroom. [S] 
10:00Victoria 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 guests discuss the big political issues of the day. [S] 
13:00Super League Show Highlights from the 2019 World Club Challenge match as Wigan Warriors take on Sydney Roosters. Plus Salford Red Devils v Leeds Rhinos and Hull Kingston Rovers v London Broncos. [S] 
13:45A Vicar's Life 6/6. Following the lives of country vicars. The festive season is a busy time for clergy in Hereford Diocese, which is covered in an early blanket of snow. [S,AD] 
14:15Collectaholics 7/8. Series exploring the weird and wonderful world of Britain's collectors. The team meet a collector who holds the world record for the largest collection of Pokemon memorabilia. [S] 
15:15Animals with Cameras 2/3. Wildlife documentary series. Gordon Buchanan joins a cheetah conservationist who wants to see if three orphaned cheetahs can learn to hunt effectively in the thick vegetation. [S,AD] 
16:15Richard Hammond Builds... 1/2. On his two-mile high construction tower, Richard Hammond sets about building a planet just like Earth. He starts by gathering raw materials in a massive truck delivery. [S,AD] 
17:15Antiques Road Trip 7/20. Charles Hanson and James Braxton continue their Scottish road trip in Inverkeithing, before driving through Fife and Perthshire, picking up antiques to sell at auction in Dundee. [S] 
18:00Eggheads Jeremy Vine hosts the show where every day a new team of challengers take on probably the greatest quiz team in Britain. [S] 
18:30Great British Railway Journeys Messing about in boats is the name of the game in Henley on Thames, where Michael Portillo slips into a launch to hear about the world-famous regatta. [S,AD] 
19:00Top Gear Matt LeBlanc and Chris Harris head to Norway in the latest estate cars from Porsche and Ferrari. James Marsden is the studio guest. [S] 
20:00My Million Pound Menu Three new restaurant ideas battle for a life-changing investment a Welsh concept seeking 750k, a seasonal British pop-up after 200k, and a zero-waste food stall after 530k. [S,AD] 
21:00The Great British Sewing Bee Joe Lycett hosts as the nine remaining home sewers return to the sewing room for children's week. The garments might be mini but they are a mammoth challenge being fiddly to sew. [S,AD] 
22:00Mock the Week 7/13. With guests Angela Barnes, Ed Gamble, Rhys James, Nish Kumar and Tiff Stevenson. Contains some strong language. [S] 
22:30Newsnight In-depth investigation and analysis of the stories behind the day's headlines, with Kirsty Wark. [S] 
23:10BBC Weather The latest weather forecast. [S] 
23:15Hospital A teenager self-funds cutting-edge surgery for his cerebral palsy. Surgeons go to appeal to fund an 81-year-old's surgery and use new DNA tumour profiling to try to save a baby. [S] 
00:15Icons: The Greatest Person of... ...the 20th Century. 8/8. The public choose the greatest figure of the 20th century. [S,AD] 
01:15imagine... Alan Yentob follows celebrated young British playwright James Graham, whose award-winning works take audiences to the very heart of key political events. [S,SL] 
02:30The Farmers' Country Showdown 18/20. Two families who are multigenerational shire horse breeders exhibit their prize-winning pedigrees and compete for glory at the Royal Cheshire Show. [S,AD,SL] 
03:15This is BBC Two Highlights of programmes BBC Two.