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Listings for BBC2 on 3rd August 2014

 
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06:00 A Date With the Falcon   Mystery thriller. The Falcon tries to find a kidnapped scientist who has developed a formula for making synthetic diamonds. Starring George Sanders and Wendy Barrie. [1941] [S]
07:00 The Falcon Strikes Back   Crime drama starring Tom Conway. Suave investigator Tom Lawrence aka the Falcon strives to clear his name when framed for a robbery and a murder. [B&W, 1943] [S]
08:05 The Living Planet   9/12. The Margins of the Land: David Attenborough examines the borders between land and water and the life that thrives there, from an English estuary to tropical mangrove forests. [S]
09:00 Fred Dibnah's Industrial Age   6/6. Ships and Engineering: Documentary series celebrating Britain's rich industrial heritage, presented by Fred Dibnah. This programme looks at the great age of shipbuilding. [S]
09:30 Great British Railway Journeys   17/20. Cromford to Burton-on-Trent: Michael Portillo visits the oldest working factory in the world at Cromford and explores the country's first public park in Derby. Also in HD. [AD,S]
10:00 Saturday Kitchen Best Bites   James Martin takes a look back at some of his favourite recipes and best moments from Saturday Kitchen. There is also classic archive including Rick Stein. [S]
11:30 Food & Drink   8/10. Guilty Pleasures: Highlighting all that is excellent in food and drink. Angela Hartnett shows how to create a pizza bianco using rich and creamy taleggio cheese. Also in HD. [AD,S]
12:00 Rick Stein's India   Rick Stein learns about temple cooking in the town of Madurai before taking a road trip across the spice-laden Western Ghats to Kerala, where he cooks a Keralan pork curry. Also in HD. [AD,S]
13:00 Robert Redford: Talking Pictures   28/34. The career of Robert Redford is examined in this exploration of the BBC archives, which includes rarely-seen interviews. Narrated by Sylvia Syms. [S]
13:40 The Way We Were   Romantic drama about a 20-year relationship between a political activist and a socialite. Also in HD. [1973] [AD,S]
15:35 Escape to the Country:  Shropshire   Alistair Appleton is in Shropshire helping a couple seek out a 'green' country dream. They need a property from which to run an environmentally friendly business. [AD,S]
16:20 Beavers Behaving Badly   8/10. Nature documentary following Drew Reed, a wetland conservationist helping to keep the peace between beavers and people in Wyoming's Jackson Hole valley. Also in HD. [AD,S]
17:20 Flog It!:  Liverpool   Paul Martin and the experts are at St George's Hall in Liverpool. One of the gems uncovered is a Julia Carter Preston plate, and Paul visits a musical organ factory. Also in HD. [S]
18:10 Great War Diaries   Based on letters and journals, many of which have never been published before, this tells the story of 1914-18 solely through the eyes of those who lived through World War I. Also in HD. [AD,S]
19:10 Pembrokeshire: Coastal Lives   4/4. Documentary series. The people of Fishguard gather to cover the town in knitted 'granny graffiti' and the big day finally arrives for Nat James as she marries fiancĂ© Dan. Also in HD. [S]
19:40 Dad's Army   13/13. The Fallen Idol: Classic sitcom about the Home Guard unit in a seaside town. The platoon goes on an exercise, but there are surprises in store for Captain Mainwaring. [S]
20:15 Proms Extra 2014   Part 2: Katie Derham hosts Proms Extra, the weekly Proms magazine show. The spotlight is on Bach's St John Passion and the Proms debut by the China Philharmonic Orchestra. Also in HD. [S]
21:00 New: Melvyn Bragg's Radical Lives   1/2. Now Is the Time: John Ball: Melvyn Bragg looks at the life of John Ball, who led the misnamed Peasants' Revolt in 1381. Also in HD. [AD,S]
22:00 Commonwealth Games 2014   Continued coverage from the Commonwealth Games. The athletics programme concludes with the relays and England diver Tom Daley looks to retain his 10m platform title. Also in HD. [S]
22:30 QI XL   15/16. Kitsch: Quiz show. Stephen Fry goes decidedly kitsch with Sue Perkins, Reginald D Hunter, Jimmy Carr and Alan Davies. Contains adult humour. Also in HD. [S]
23:15 Apocalypto   A tribesman and his people are captured and taken to a Mayan city. In Mayan with English subtitles. Contains some strong language, graphic violence and upsetting scenes. Also in HD. [2006] [S]
01:20 The Odd Angry Shot   Follows the tour of duty of Australian soldier Bill as he is sent to Vietnam in 1969. Contains strong language. [1979] [S]
02:50 This Is BBC Two   Highlights of programmes on BBC Two. [S]


Listings for BBC2 on 3rd August 2014

 
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