This week's UK TV & radio

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Listings for BBC 2 Wales on Sunday, April 21 2019

05:50The A to Z of TV Gardening 7/25. A look at some of the BBC's most popular gardening programmes and personalities, presented by Carol Kirkwood. Carol explores subjects that all begin with the letter G. [S] 
06:35Great British Garden Revival 5/10. Television gardeners try to save the nation's rich gardening heritage. Diarmuid Gavin campaigns for lavender, and Alys Fowler champions knot gardens. [S] 
07:35Countryfile Matt meets the farmer using a no-till method of raising crops to help save our soils, while Ellie is on the trail of Shropshire's Clun sheep. [S] 
08:30Saturday Kitchen Best Bites Matt Tebbutt takes a look back at some of his favourite recipes and best moments from Saturday Kitchen. [S] 
10:00Snooker: World Championship Seema Jaswal hosts live coverage from the Crucible Theatre on day two of the 17-day event as 2016 World Championship runner-up Ding Junhui aims to book his place in the last 16. [S] 
12:15Coast 15/24. Nick Crane joins the fishermen who made a remarkable ropeway and explores the ingenious mechanism that operates the cliff lift at Saltburn-by-the-Sea. [S] 
12:30Beechgrove Gardening magazine. Jim McColl and George Anderson introduce 'no-dig' techniques to the veg plot, Carole Baxter spring cleans, and Kirsty Wilson makes an easy Easter wreath. [S] 
13:00Your Home Made Perfect Two architects compete using virtual reality to remodel a home in Scotland. But which of the two radical new designs will then be built in real life? [S] 
14:00Snooker: World Championship Continued action from the Crucible Theatre. Table 1 features 2005 champion Shaun Murphy, whilst Belgium's Luca Brecel plays the concluding session of his match on Table 2. [S] 
18:15Scrum V Gareth Rhys Owen presents a look ahead to finals day at the Principality Stadium along with all the action from the Premiership. Studio guests are Sean Holley and Scott Baldwin. [S] 
18:45Give a Dog a Home Following Benji Webbe and Fran Donovan as they attempt to find new homes for rescue animals. They try to match the Barrett family from Cardiff with the dog of their dreams. [S] 
19:15Hairy Bikers' Best of British 29/30. The Bikers explore how Britain's love affair with cheese has evolved over centuries. They sample some of Scotland's finest cheeses. [S] 
20:00Undiscovered Worlds with Steve... ...Backshall. Steve Backshall visits unexplored parts of the world. This time his team is kayaking in the Arctic - they face perilous sea ice and have a terrifying encounter with a polar bear. [S,AD] 
21:00Miriam's Dead Good Adventure 1/2. Miriam Margolyes checks into a dementia care home to see what getting old might look like. Contains some strong language. [S,AD] 
22:00The League of Gentlemen - Live... The League of Gentlemen return to the stage for their first UK tour in over 12 years. Contains very strong language and adult humour [S,AD] 
23:00Frankie Boyle's New World Order Frankie picks apart some bold statements with the help of Sara Pascoe and Miles Jupp. Contains strong language and adult humour. [S] 
23:35Snooker: World Championship... ...Highlights. Seema Jaswal introduces highlights from Sheffield, on a day when four more places in the second round are decided. [S] 
00:25Snooker: World Championship Extra Seema Jaswal introduces highlights from the day's first-round matches in Sheffield. [S] 
02:25Unstoppable: Sean Scully and... ...the Art of Everything. A year in the life of Sean Scully, one of the world's richest painters. Contains some strong language and upsetting scenes. [S,SL] 
03:45Holby City 16/53. A startling incident forces Zosia to reconsider her future at Holby, Cameron has to treat a close relative of Xavier's, and Dom tries to keep Carole at arm's length. [S,AD,SL] 
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