This week's UK TV & radio

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Listings for BBC 2 Wales on Friday, November 24 2017

06:00An Island Parish 5/6. If You Want Something Doing...: Series following the community on the island of Sark. The volunteer culture is strong on Sark and extends to the emergency services and charity work. [AD,S] 
06:30Claimed and Shamed 4/10. Series which sees insurance fraudsters caught on camera. A scammer is caught out when he attempts to make identical travel insurance claims by altering the figures. [S] 
07:15Royal Recipes 9/15. Harvest: Michael Buerk and chef Paul Ainsworth reimagine an unusual dish served at Prince Charles's 50th birthday party. Dr Matt Green learns the history of deer parks. [AD,S] 
08:00H is for Hawk: A New Chapter -... ...Natural World. Nature documentary. Helen Macdonald trains a goshawk and follows a wild goshawk family at the nest, getting closer than ever before to these fiery eyed birds of prey. [AD,S,SL] 
09:00Victoria 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] 
12:00Daily Politics Jo Coburn with the latest political news, interviews and debate. [S] 
13:00Rugby League World Cup... ...Semi-Final Highlights. Highlights from the first semi-final between Australia and Fiji in Brisbane. [S] 
13:45Wild Brazil 3/3. Enduring the Drought: Nature documentary series. Fierce drought tests the capuchin monkey, giant otter and coati families as they turn to courtship. [S] 
14:45Channel Patrol 4/10. Documentary following life on the English Channel. The RNLI fight to save Eastbourne pier when it catches fire and two old rivals battle it out in Cowes Week. [S] 
15:30WPC 56 5/5. Little Boy Lost: Drama set in 1956 following the first WPC in a West Midlands town. Gina's life is put in danger when an attempt to lure the killer takes a deadly twist. [S] 
16:15Wartime Farm 4/8. Recreating British farming as it was during World War 2. The team faces a government inspection for productivity. Over 2,000 wartime farmers lost their land for failing these. [S] 
17:15Put Your Money Where Your Mouth Is 5/20. Antiques experts Mark Franks and Phil Serrell face the Put Your Money Where Your Mouth Is showdown auction, and one dealer risks everything on a single item. [S] 
18:00Strictly - It Takes Two Zoe Ball presents a one-hour Friday show. Celebrity superfans are in the studio and Gethin Jones is in Elstree to fill us in on the latest news from rehearsals. [S] 
18:55Dad's Army 11/14. Branded: Wartime sitcom. There is trouble in the ranks of the Home Guard when the bravery of the gentle and well-mannered Private Godfrey is called into question. [S] 
19:30Scrum V Live: Cardiff Blues v... ...Connacht. Ross Harries presents live rugby coverage from the Pro14 as Cardiff Blues host Connacht. Studio guests include Jonathan Thomas and Sean Holley. [S] 
21:30Extreme Wives with Kate Humble 3/3. In north-east India Kate Humble searches out one of the world's last remaining matrilineal societies where Khasi women hold the wealth, family name and many of the top jobs. [S] 
22:30Newsnight In-depth investigation and analysis of the stories behind the day's headlines with Kirsty Wark. [S] Followed by weather. 
23:05QI 5/18. Odorous and Odious: Sandi Toksvig considers all things odorous and odious. With Sally Phillips, Ross Noble, Nish Kumar and Alan Davies. [S] 
23:35Snowfall 7/10. Cracking: Franklin, Leon and Kevin take a road trip to meet Kevin's cousin. Contains very strong language. [S] 
00:15Coast 15/23. Glensanda: Neil Oliver travels to the Faroe Islands to discover how romance blossomed for British soldiers and Faroese women during the Second World War's Operation Valentine. [S] 
00:20Question Time David Dimbleby presents topical debate from Kilmarnock. On the panel are Daniel Hannan MEP, Kezia Dugdale MSP, Jeane Freeman MSP, Owen Jones and Anne McElvoy. [S,SL] 
01:20Army: Behind the New Frontlines 2/3. The New Cold War: The army is sent to Estonia, on the frontline of a new cold war. Contains strong language. [AD,S,SL] 
02:20This Is BBC Two Highlights of programmes on BBC Two. [S] 
06:00Breakfast The latest news, sport, business and weather from the BBC's Breakfast team. [S]