This week's UK TV & radio

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Listings for BBC 2 Wales on Saturday, February 16 2019

05:20This is BBC Two Highlights of programmes BBC Two. 
06:45All Over the Place Ed Petrie and his friends discover a carrot cake that contains no carrots in Singapore, explore the hilltop city of Shimla, and more. [S] 
07:15Wild & Weird Tim and Naomi search the natural world. Featuring a volcano with blue lava and the mystery of fairy rings in Namibia. [S] 
07:30All Over the Workplace 9/10. Alex Riley takes two young rookies into the workplace. Harry and Mia visit the set of Chitty Chitty Bang Bang to learn what it takes to be theatre performers. [S] 
08:00Top Class 2/17. Quiz show. In this heat, West Leigh Junior School from Essex take on St Pius X Preparatory School from Lancashire. Will one of them be top class? [S] 
08:30The Dog Ate My Homework Iain Stirling is joined by child team captains Charlotte and Harriette and special guests Sam Nixon, Mark Rhodes, Suzi Ruffell and Ray Bradshaw. [S] 
09:00Deadly on a Mission: Pole to Pole 12/12. Special episode looking at the very best experiences Steve and the crew had on their global search for deadly animals. [S,AD] 
09:30Nature's Microworlds Steve Backshall looks at a world of intricate relationships and unexpected hardship in the Amazon rainforest, and explores the way that the jungle's inhabitants interact. [S] 
10:00Natural World 4/14. Documentary looking at the variety of wild animals inhabiting the Himalayas, from monkeys, wolves and bears to foxes, snow leopards and pheasants. [S] 
11:00Homes Under the Hammer Martin Roberts, Dion Dublin and Martel Maxwell meet the developers who have purchased homes in Liverpool, Alfreton in Derbyshire and Rowelton in Cumbria. [S] 
12:00Rick Stein's Long Weekends 3/10. Rick enjoys a long weekend in Berlin, where he samples delicious seasonal creations like pureed sunflower seeds, Jerusalem artichoke flans and crushed frozen pine nuts. [S,AD] 
13:00Snooker: Welsh Open It's semi-finals day at the 2019 Welsh Open and matches are now played over the best of 11 frames. Ian Hunt introduces live coverage from the first of the two matches. [S] 
16:00City in the Sky 3/3. Science broadcaster Dallas Campbell and Dr Hannah Fry explore just what it takes to bring the citizens of the sky back to the ground. [S,AD] 
17:00River Walks Blind adventurer Amar Latif takes us along one of Yorkshire's most stunning river valleys. He abseils into a hidden gorge, canoes across a reservoir and meets the local llamas. [S] 
17:30Mastermind 17/31. Four contenders answer questions on the Best Picture Oscar, Greek mythology, Joseph Bazalgette and the history of Manchester and Salford. [S] 
18:00Monty Don's Japanese Gardens 1/2. Monty Don travels to Japan in spring to trace the history of Japanese gardens from early boating gardens, through Buddhist temples and Zen gardens, right up to a modern tea house. [S,AD] 
19:00Snooker: Welsh Open Ian Hunt introduces live coverage of the second semi-final in Cardiff. [S] 
22:00Williams: Formula 1 in the Blood Film In-depth documentary looking at the life and career of Sir Frank Williams. Contains some strong language and some upsetting scenes. [2017] [S] 
23:50Natural World 12/16. Film about Japan's snow monkeys. While their unique lifestyle has brought fame, these primates endure incredible hardships as they fight for survival in the mountains. [S] 
00:40Norfolk Film After a mercenary is given a final mission, his relationship with his son is threatened. Contains very strong language. [2015] [S] 
02:00This is BBC Two Highlights of programmes BBC Two.