This week's UK TV & radio

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Listings for BBC 2 Wales on Saturday, August 18 2018

02:35This Is BBC Two Highlights of programmes on BBC Two. [S] 
06:35Marrying Mum and Dad CBBC. Toyshop: Children organise a wedding for their unmarried parents or step-parents. Three toy-obsessed wedding planners turn everyone into human-sized toys for this wedding. [S] 
07:05Officially Amazing Goes Bunkers CBBC. 8/15. Barefoot Water-Skiing, Bombastic Bicycling, Speedy Sarnies: Record attempts from around the world. Featuring barefoot water skiing, back-bending contortionism and BMX stunts. [S] 
07:35The Dengineers CBBC. 3/11. Football Den: Mark and Lauren get the help of experts to design dream dens for children. A Manchester United fan is in need of a football den to get away from his annoying brother. [S] 
08:05Deadly Dinosaurs with Steve... ...Backshall. CBBC. Deadlier than the Dinosaurs: Steve uncovers what was deadlier than the dinosaurs - from massive monsoons and super-sized sandstorms to ballistic bacteria and gory gas. [AD,S] 
08:35David Attenborough's Natural... ...Curiosities. Expandable Bodies: David Attenborough looks at how the bodies of some animals stretch and shrink in extraordinary ways. [AD,S] 
08:55Nature's Miracle Babies 1/4. Martin Hughes-Games investigates the plight of threatened species. He sees how the giant panda has survived, and follows the stories of the pied tamarin and the Asian rhino. [AD,S] 
10:00The Himalayas 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] 
11:00Miniature Britain Biologist George McGavin goes on a journey around the British Isles to show the extraordinary little things that are vital to the land, with the help of a microscope camera. [AD,S] 
12:00Nigel Slater: Eating Together Dumplings Food writer and cook Nigel Slater takes a tour of the diversity in modern British home cooking, starting with bite-sized gems from around the world. [AD,S] 
12:30Great British Menu North East - Starter: Creative culinary competition. One chef hopes his offal starter will be a fitting tribute to the NHS's life-saving organ donation scheme. [S] 
13:00Great British Menu North East - Fish: Creative culinary competition. One chef hopes his dish will be a fitting tribute to his mum, who has worked as a chiropodist for the NHS for 25 years. [S] 
13:30Homes Under the Hammer Martin, Lucy and Dion follow redevelopment progress on a large listed Georgian house in Faversham and on two very different flats in Lytham St Annes and north London. [S] 
14:30Garden Rescue 5/20. Farnham: Garden renovation series with Charlie Dimmock and garden designers the Rich brothers. The team are in Farnham to help a couple turn their garden into a flower-filled haven. [AD,S] 
15:15Escape to the Country North Devon Alistair Appleton helps a house buyer in north Devon who has been tasked by her husband to find their perfect country home on a ?600,000 budget. [AD,S] 
16:00Flog It! Derby Antiques series. Paul Martin presents from Haddon Hall in Derbyshire with Michael Baggot and Caroline Hawley. Items uncovered include a scent bottle and a stereoscopic viewer. [S] 
16:50Inventing the Impossible: The... ...Big Life Fix. 4/4. A boy with Tourette's needs help to control his tics. [AD,S] 
17:50A Passage to Britain 1/3. The Viceroy of India: Dr Yasmin Khan tracks down passengers who travelled from Mumbai, to Britain in the 1930s on the luxurious P&O liner The Viceroy of India. [AD,S] 
18:50Proms Extra 2018 Katie Derham hosts the companion guide to the Proms season. Katie discusses Ravel's Concerto for the Left Hand, Debussy's La Mer and Grieg's Piano Concerto. Lauren Zhang performs. [S] 
19:30Border Lives 3/4. Following the people who live, work and play along the Wales/England border. Ifor and Eira Humphreys produce expensive Wagyu beef, but this is just the tip of the iceberg. [S] 
20:00The Family Farm Following three inexperienced families living and working on a hill farm. Here, the families visit some farms that are fighting to take back control of the supply chain. [S] 
21:00Chalkie Davies: Rock Photographer Documentary following photographer Chalkie Davies as he prepares for his first major exhibition, which is opening at the National Museum of Wales in Cardiff. [S] 
21:30Grand Tours of the Scottish... ...Islands. Barra: Paul Murton is on Barra, where he witnesses some of the great spectacles of the natural world. [S] 
21:45The Boy with the Topknot Film Drama. Born to traditional Punjabi parents and growing up in Wolverhampton, Sathnam has gone on to build a very different life for himself in London. Contains some strong language. [2017] [AD,S] 
23:15West Is West Film Salford-born Sajid finds himself in rural Pakistan in the sequel to East Is East. Contains very strong language. [2010] [S] 
00:50Picnic at Hanging Rock 6/6. Drama series. Hester believes her husband is behind the disappearances. As she travels to Hanging Rock, we learn about her past. Contains some upsetting scenes. [AD,S] 
01:40This Is BBC Two Highlights of programmes on BBC Two. [S]