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TV Listings for BBC TWO NORTH IRELAND on Thursday (23.03.2017)

06 00-06 30Flog It! Trade Secrets
Life's Little Luxuries - Part 2: Tips on antiques and collectibles. Paul Martin and the team look at the finer things in life and go behind the scenes at Longleat House in Wiltshire. [S]

06 30-07 15Fugitives
8/15. Documentary series. Two officers search for two wanted men in one small West Yorkshire town. A drugs courier is arrested by Dutch police after over a decade on the run. [S]

07 15-08 00Money for Nothing
12/25. Junk makeover show. Jay Blades is in Walsall, where he saves a Lloyd loom-style laundry basket, a tired G Plan reclining chair and an oak writing bureau. [S]

08 00-08 30Gardeners' World
Monty Don kicks off the series from Longmeadow as he shares his plans for the coming year. At Packwood House, the extraordinary herbaceous borders come under Adam Frost's scrutiny. [S,SL]

08 30-09 00Great British Railway Journeys...
...Goes to Ireland. 11/15. Wexford to Wicklow: Armed with his Bradshaw's Handbook, Michael Portillo begins a journey across Ireland. [AD,S,SL]

09 00-11 00Victoria Derbyshire
The BBC's daily news and current affairs programme with original stories, exclusive interviews, audience debate and breaking news. [S]

11 00-12 00BBC Newsroom Live
Stay up to date on the day's top stories with the latest breaking news as it happens. [S]

12 00-13 00Daily Politics
Andrew Neil and Jo Coburn with the latest political news, interviews and debate. [S]

13 00-13 30Two Tribes
8/30. Richard Osman presents the fast-paced quiz show where what contestants have in common is just as important as their general knowledge. [S]

13 30-14 00Building Dream Homes
13/15. Series following some of the nation's architects. Christopher Dinnis and Carolyn Whiteford work with a family to gain planning permission to convert an old silversmiths. [AD,S]

14 00-14 45The TV That Made Me
11/20. Celebrities choose the TV moments that have shaped their lives. Writer Pam Ayres joins Brian Conley to look back at classic archive TV moments from her past. [S]

14 45-15 45Who Do You Think You Are?
4/10. Annie Lennox: Celebrity genealogy series. Annie Lennox uncovers tangled family relationships blighted by illegitimacy and poverty on her late grandmother's branch of the family. [AD,S]

15 45-16 15More Creatures Great and Small
4/15. Series following the lives of rural vets. Small animal vet Adam decides his much-loved Shetland pony Hector needs a major operation to make him less aggressive. [S]

16 15-17 15Attenborough and the Giant Egg
In 1960, David Attenborough visited the island of Madagascar to film one of his first ever wildlife series. He now returns to the island on a very personal quest. [AD,S]

17 15-18 00Bargain Hunt
Antiques challenge. Guest presenter Paul Laidlaw travels to the cathedral city of Peterborough. The experts are Philip Serrell and Richard Madley. [AD,S]

18 00-18 30Eggheads
Jeremy Vine hosts the show where every day a new team of challengers take on what is probably the greatest quiz team in Britain, made up of some of the country's top quizzers. [S]

18 30-19 00The Hairy Bikers' Comfort Food
Si and Dave tackle dishes that you never dreamed you could make yourself and prove that homemade can beat shop-bought when they prepare gravalax, jam doughnuts and corned beef. [S]

19 00-20 00Great Continental Railway Journeys
Armed with his railway guide, Michael Portillo travels from the Swiss Alps to Lake Geneva. He is caught up in a war zone and rescued from an avalanche by a puppy. [S]

20 00-21 00The Great Pottery Throw Down
8/8. Home potters compete to become the new champion of British pottery. In the final, the potters make a pair of identical, fully functioning light features out of porcelain. [AD,S]

21 00-22 00The Last Kingdom
Historical drama. When spies infiltrate the Cumbraland army, Uhtred must rely on his troops to protect him from a perilous attack. [AD,S]

22 00-22 30The Arts Show
Phill Jupitus, Bob Geldof, film director and writer Neil Jordan and illustrator Peter Strain are just some of the names on this month's Arts Show, presented by Marie-Louise Muir. [S]

22 30-23 15Newsnight
In-depth investigation and analysis of the stories behind the day's headlines with Evan Davis. [S] Followed by weather.

23 15-23 20Party Political Broadcast
A party political broadcast by the Alliance Party ahead of their annual party conference. [S]

23 20-00 20Crash and Burn
Documentary about the meteroic rise and spectacular fall of Tommy Byrne, who in the 1980s was considered the world's greatest driver, the motor racing equivalent of George Best and Muhammad Ali. [S]

00 20-00 45BBC News
The latest national and international news from the BBC. [S]

00 45-01 40The Real Marigold Hotel
4/4. Celebrities test whether retirement in India is better than in the UK. Half of the group visit the dramatic Nilgiri mountains, while the others attend a Hindu ancestor ceremony. [AD,S,SL]

01 40-02 40Beti and David: Lost for Words
Following Beti George who cares for her partner, former rugby broadcaster David Parry-Jones, revealing the challenges and frustrations faced by thousands of carers across Wales. [AD,S,SL]

02 40-06 00This Is BBC Two
Highlights of programmes on BBC Two. [S]

06 00-06 30Flog It! Trade Secrets
Tips on antiques and collectibles. Paul Martin discusses snuff boxes with expert James Lewis. [S]