This week's UK TV & radio

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Listings for BBC 4 on Tuesday, February 26 2019

05:30..programmes start at 7.00pm No programme information available 
11:30..programmes start at 7.00pm No programme information available 
17:30..programmes start at 7.00pm No programme information available 
18:58This is BBC Four This is BBC Four. Programmes start at 7.00pm. 
19:00Beyond 100 Days The latest national and international news, exploring the day's events from a global perspective. [S] 
19:30On Hannibal's Trail 2/6. The Wood brothers cycle along Spain's east coast, watching a football match at Barcelona's Camp Nou stadium and visiting the ancient Greek ruins of Ampurias. [S,AD] 
20:00British History's Biggest Fibs... ...with Lucy Worsley. 3/3. Lucy explores how British history is a concoction of fibs. She debunks the fibs that surround the 'jewel in the crown' of the British Empire - India. [S] 
21:00Rome's Lost Empire Dan Snow uses satellite technology to reveal the secrets of the Roman Empire and identify lost cities, amphitheatres and forts. [S,AD] 
22:30Defying the Cutting Season How young girls are fighting back against the practice of female genital mutilation. Contains scenes which some viewers may find upsetting. [S] 
23:30Rosslyn Chapel: A Treasure in... ...Stone. Art historian Helen Rosslyn, whose husband's ancestor built the Rosslyn Chapel, founded in 1446, is the guide on a journey of discovery around an exquisite building. [S] 
00:30B Is for Book Documentary following a group of primary schoolchildren over the course of a year as they learn to read. Some make a flying start, but others struggle even with the alphabet. [S,AD] 
01:30Anjelica Huston on James Joyce:... ...A Shout in the Street. Anjelica Huston tells the story of the life and work of Irish novelist James Joyce. Contains very strong language. [S] 
02:30What Do Artists Do All Day? Documentary examining the work of renowned sitar player Anoushka Shankar as she composes the score to a restoration of a 1920s silent film about the Taj Mahal. [S] 
03:00British History's Biggest Fibs... ...with Lucy Worsley. 3/3. Lucy explores how British history is a concoction of fibs. She debunks the fibs that surround the 'jewel in the crown' of the British Empire - India. [S,AD,SL] 
04:00This is BBC Four This is BBC Four. Programmes start at 7.00pm. 
05:30..programmes start at 7.00pm No programme information available