This week's UK TV & radio

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Listings for BBC 2 Wales on Saturday, April 28 2018

04:45This Is BBC Two Highlights of programmes on BBC Two. [S] 
06:15David Attenborough's Natural... ...Curiosities. A Curious Hoax?: Sir David tells the stories of animals that set shockwaves through the scientific world. [AD,S] 
06:40Naomi's Nightmares of Nature CBBC. 7/10. Australia: Jungle: Naomi Wilkinson's search for scary wildlife takes her to Australia's jungles to face the huntsman spider and make new discoveries about the koala bear. [S] 
07:10The Pets Factor CBBC. 2/10. Coco, Ellie and Hedgehogs: Cheryl performs some serious surgery to repair Coco's dodgy knee, while Rory hits the road to help a hedgehog who has got into a bit of a prickle. [S] 
07:30The Dengineers CBBC. 1/15. Revisits Episode 1: The presenters look back at some of the amazing dens from series one and two. Here, Lauren revisits the survival, art, Hollywood cinema and DJ dens. [S] 
08:00Absolute Genius: Monster Builds CBBC. 7/8. Epic Bridges: Dick and Dom look at the world of monster bridges, from ancient Roman arches to a future where we may see bridges 3D-printed by robots. [S] 
08:30Beyond Bionic CBBC. 7/30. Grasshopper: Andy Torbet takes on the grasshopper as his jumping skills are put to the test. He tests tech, tries trampolines and turns to science. [AD,S] 
09:00Robot Wars 2/6. Dara O Briain and Angela Scanlon present, with battles commentated by Jonathan Pearce. Robots include runners up from last series Eruption and champions Carbide. [S] 
10:00Snooker: World Championship Hazel introduces live second-round action as players vie for places in the quarter-finals. [S] 
12:00Wanted Down Under Barratt Family Melanie Barratt fell for Australia while competing in the Sydney Paralympic Games. Can a trial week in Melbourne convince husband Richard that it could be home? [S] 
12:45Flipping Profit 6/20. An antiques expert, a market trader and an upcycler battle it out to make the most money for BBC Children in Need. Roo Irvine, Gary Barton and Kevin Paxton head to St Andrews. [AD,S] 
13:30In at the Deep End 2/3. HMS Queen Elizabeth embarks on dangerous sea trials in the North Sea, testing everything from galleys to guns and power plants to propellers. How will the ship and her crew fare? [AD,S] 
14:30Coast Burnham Thorpe to London Neil Oliver explores the birthplace of his seafaring hero Lord Nelson, Mark Horton joins a fishing smack crew and Tom Anderson revisits a sunken ship. [S] 
14:50Snooker: World Championship Hazel introduces live second-round action as players vie for places in the quarter-finals. [S] 
16:30Final Score Jason Mohammad presents all the day's football results, along with reports and reaction from the big games, including Crystal Palace v Leicester and Bournemouth v Southampton. [S] 
17:20Extreme Wales with Richard Parks 1/3. Extreme Cycling: Brecon Beacons to Snowdon: Richard Parks cycles from the Brecon Beacons to the summit of Snowdon. He meets the godmother of mountain biking. [S] 
17:50Hands on Nature 6/20. Skomer: Chris Packham gets close to puffins on the island of Skomer. [S] 
18:00Antiques Road Trip Phil S & Arusha I - Days 4 & 5: Roo and Phil have now reached the glorious Gloucestershire and Oxfordshire countryside. But will a Stratford upon Avon auction supply comedy, tragedy or both? [S] 
19:00Snooker: World Championship Another quarter-final spot is filled on day eight of the World Championship. Hazel Irvine introduces live coverage from the Crucible Theatre. [S] 
20:00The Forest Mark Bonnar narrates a series revealing the world of Galloway Forest. Planning and environment forester Bill Fisher surveys the vast forest in a helicopter. [S] 
20:30Dad's Army 1/6. Everybody's Trucking: Classic wartime sitcom. Mainwaring's platoon runs into an abandoned steam engine on the route of a planned exercise. [S] 
21:00Civilisations On Your Doorstep In this accompanying programme to Civilisations, Mary Beard goes in search of extraordinary works of art from all over the world that can be seen here in Britain. [AD,S] 
22:00Performance Live: Akala... ...Presents The Ruins of Empires. Innovative performance piece by Akala, using animation and emerging technology. [S] 
22:30The Assassination of Gianni... ...Versace - American Crime Story. 9/9. Alone: Andrew Cunanan's attempts to flee Miami following the Versace shooting fail. Contains some violence. [AD,S] 
23:25World Championship Snooker... ...Highlights. Rob Walker introduces highlights from a day when three quarter-final places have been decided. [S] 
00:15World Championship Snooker - Extra Hazel Irvine introduces highlights from the day's second-round, best-of-25-frame matches. [S] 
02:15Civilisations 9/9. The Vital Spark: Documentary. Simon Schama explores the fate of art in the machine and profit-driven world, looking at the rise of art as a tradeable commodity. [AD,S] 
03:15This Is BBC Two Highlights of programmes on BBC Two. [S]