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BBC 2 Scotland - channel number 102
06:05Homes Under the Hammer[SUB AD REP]
Series 15. Episode 57/100
Developers Lucy Alexander and Martin Roberts visit a semi in Doncaster, a Victorian property in Camberwell, south London, and a house in Norfolk, then follow the sale and talk to the buyers about their plans for the buildingsDIY
07:05Animal Saints and Sinners[SUB AD HD REP]
Series 1. Episode 8/15
Two suspected pit bulls are on the loose in Newham, while in Kirklees a dog is kept chained up in a garden in the wet weather. Plus, the programme meets canines specially trained to detect cancer, and a dog which helps its young owner battle post-traumatic stress disorderNature/Animals/Environment
09:05Escape to the Continent[SUB SL AD REP]
Series 1. Episode 13/20: Italy (Umbria)
Anita Rani heads to the Italian region of Umbria to go property shopping with newlyweds searching for a home where they can live and work on a budget of £250,000. Anita introduces the couple to some British expats to get the lowdown on moving to Italy, and also tries her hand at the ancient craft of lace-makingDIY
10:05Railways of the Great War with Michael Portillo[SUB SL AD REP]
Series 1. Episode 5/5: Railways and Remembrance
The former MP explores the aftermath of the earth-shattering conflict, with the railways playing an important part in the remembrance of the dead. He hears stories of war heroes and a remarkable wagon used to honour them, finds out how the railways helped give birth to battlefield tourism and meets the great-grandchildren of some of the fallen in the cemeteries of Ypres in Belgium. Last in the seriesGeneral Education/Science/Factual Topics
16:30Great Continental Railway Journeys[SUB AD REP]
Series 2. Episode 4/6: Copenhagen to Oslo
Michael Portillo explores Scandinavia, braving one of the world's oldest rollercoasters in Copenhagen's Tivoli Gardens. He then crosses the Oresund Bridge linking Denmark to Sweden, retracing the journey of a train that carried a revolutionary Russian passenger on an epic voyage, before test-driving a vintage Volvo in Gothenburg. Crossing into Norway, Michael discovers how in 1913 the nation expressed its distinctively modern identity in plays, paintings and polar explorationTourism/Travel
20:00Coast[SUB AD]
Series 9. Episode 6/6: Winter
The team explores how winter affects the coast, as Nick Crane visits Cornwall to reflect on the Penlee lifeboat disaster of December 1981, in which 16 people died. However, he also discovers that wild seas bring surprising benefits for farmers. Neil Oliver goes behind the scenes of the Viking Fire Festival on Shetland, and on St Kilda off the west coast of Scotland, Andy Torbet finds out why a feral flock of sheep battles to the death during the cold months. Mark Horton investigates the devastating impact of storms on small communities, and wildlife cameraman Richard Taylor-Jones captures a portrait of the creatures that make the Kent town of Margate their home for winter. Last in the seriesNature/Animals/Environment
21:00The Honourable Woman[SUB AD HD]
Series 1. Episode 8/8: The Paring Knife
The conclusion of the thriller that explored the complex personal and political life of Nessa Stein, a businesswoman who used her company to promote projects for reconciliation between the Israelis and Palestinians. In the final episode, MI6's Middle East chief Hugh Hayden-Hoyle realises that Nessa has been manipulated into becoming a martyr - both by Foreign Office tactician Monica Chatwin on behalf of the Americans, and Palestinian businessman Jalal El-Amin. Political thriller written and directed by Hugo Blick, starring Maggie Gyllenhaal, Stephen Rea and Eve Best. Last in the seriesThriller
23:50Russia's Lost Princesses[SUB AD]
Series 1. Episode 1/2: The Gilded Cage
On July 17, 1918, the four daughters of the last Tsar Nicholas II, along with the rest of the imperial family, were murdered in the bloody climax to the Russian Revolution. Olga, Tatiana, Maria and Anastasia were the most photographed princesses of their day, attracting the same frenzied press attention as Diana, Princess of Wales later would, but their public profile masked the reality of their strange and isolated upbringing. In the first of two programmes, interviews with leading historians, archive material and dramatic reconstruction are combined to explore the girls' childhoodHistory