This week's UK TV & radio

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Listings for BBC 4 on Tuesday, February 19 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] 
19:30Railways of the Great War with... ...Michael Portillo. 5/5. Michael Portillo examines the role of the railways in World War I. He reveals how even after the war had ended, the work of the railways was not over. [S,AD] 
20:00British History's Biggest Fibs... ...with Lucy Worsley. 2/3. Lucy explores how British history is a concoction of fibs. She debunks the 'Glorious Revolution', when William of Orange stole the throne from James II. [S,AD] 
21:00Black Nurses: The Women Who... ...Saved the NHS. Documentary which tells the story of the thousands of Caribbean and African women who answered the call 70 years ago to come to the UK to save the then ailing health service. [S,AD] 
22:00Soon Gone: A Windrush Chronicle 5/8. As the only white person in her husband's large family, Samantha Williams has had to counter racial assumptions from both his family and her own. [S] 
22:15Soon Gone: A Windrush Chronicle 6/8. At the start of a new century, 21-year-old cousins Malcolm and David reflect on their radically different upbringings and consider their current situations. [S] 
22:30James May's Big Ideas 3/3. James May tries to find smarter, brighter and bolder ways of powering the planet. He sets off on a global search to find people who share his dream. [S,AD] 
23:30The Town That Thread Built Documentary telling the story of J & P Coats, initially a cotton mill opened in Paisley in 1826 that went on to become one of the world's three biggest companies. [S] 
00:30Henry VIII: Patron or Plunderer? 1/2. Jonathan Foyle looks at the palaces, tapestries, music and paintings created in King Henry VIII's name and asks if they compensate for the religious treasures he later destroyed. [S] 
01:30Handmade: By Royal Appointment 2/4. Series celebrating handcrafted objects made under the royal warrant. John Lobb is a heritage company still run by the original family using time-honoured methods. [S,AD] 
02:00Return to TS Eliotland Documentary. AN Wilson explores the groundbreaking poetry of TS Eliot, tracing the personal and poetic journey he took in works such as The Love Song of J Alfred Prufrock. [S] 
03:00British History's Biggest Fibs... ...with Lucy Worsley. 2/3. Lucy explores how British history is a concoction of fibs. She debunks the 'Glorious Revolution', when William of Orange stole the throne from James II. [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