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  • 01:15 The Commitments

    Jimmy Rabbitte is a would-be music business wheeler and dealer, and he's decided what Dublin needs is a top-shelf soul band. However, top-shelf soul musicians are hard to find in Dublin, so he has to make do with what he can find. Before long, the band, called the Commitments, is packing them in at local clubs. Do they have what it takes to make the big time?

  • 03:05 Classic Soul at the BBC

    A collection of some of the greatest soul performances from the BBC's archive, featuring Aretha Franklin, Al Green, Dusty Springfield, Isaac Hayes, Solomon Burke and Percy Sledge.

  • 04:05 In This World

    A multi-award winning film following the arduous journey made by two young Afghan men, Enayat and Jamal, from their refugee camp in Pakistan to a better life in the UK, bringing us face to face with the shocking hardships and tragedies endured by asylum seekers.

  • 05:35 This Is BBC TWO

    A preview of upcoming programmes from BBC Two.

  • 09:40 Countryfile

    Snowdrops Joe Crowley and Anita Rani are at the Colesbourne estate in the Cotswolds to witness its millions of snowdrops. This perennial can handle the frost and snow, but it only flowers for a short while, with them all disappearing by March.

  • 10:35 Breakfast ᴺᵉʷ

    The BBC's Breakfast programme features the latest news, sport, business, weather and other items on a daily basis.

  • 12:00 Wild About Your Garden ᴺᵉʷ

    45-Minute Versions: The Birds and the Bees The team are in Milton Keynes, home to the Gibbons family. Builder Pete's idea of gardening is to bring in a JCB and a blow torch. His meddling has managed to cause nigh-on irreparable damage to the family's garden, much to his wife Anne's despair.

  • 12:45 Saturday Kitchen Best Bites ᴺᵉʷ

    A dive into the culinary archives with delicious recipes from Nathan Outlaw, Anna Haugh and Angelo Sato, and Rick Stein, Mary Berry and the Hairy Bikers explore the UK's food scene.

  • 14:15 Young MasterChef

    S2 E5 For the final, the three remaining rookie cooks square off in challenges that will require next-level cooking. It's not going to be an easy ride, as judges Poppy O'Toole and Big Has kick things off with a gigantic task involving high-end food.

  • 15:15 Nadiya's British Food Adventure

    S1 E7 West Country Nadiya is in the West Country to check out garlic and jam. She meets Sarah Churchill, who has her own preserve-making business, and Mark Botwright, who has been growing garlic since 1997. Back at her kitchen, Nadiya creates a cream tea with a twist.

  • 15:45 Natural World

    Butterflies: A Very British Obsession Exploring the fascinating lives of Britain's beautiful butterflies in exquisite detail and also celebrating their enduring appeal to the British people. Britain's butterflies have never been so threatened with three-quarters in decline.

  • 16:30 Talking Pictures

    S2 E11 Omar Sharif A look back at the life of the actor Omar Sharif, who died in 2015 at the age of 83. Featuring interviews with the BBC and featuring contributions from the director David Lean, this episode explores Sharif's dramatic entrance into the film world.

  • 17:00 Doctor Zhivago

    Epic adaptation of Boris Pasternak's Nobel Prize-winning novel about a Russian doctor and poet, set over three decades in the early part of the 20th century. Made an enemy of the state by the revolution because of his writing, Zhivago seeks solace with the woman brought into his life by the First World War.

  • 20:05 Flog It!

    S15 Members of the public try and make money out of their antiques.

  • 21:00 Six Nations Rugby : Highlights ᴸᶦᵛᵉ

    Ugo Monye introduces highlights from the latest Six Nations clashes as last year's Grand Slam winners Ireland host Wales, England face Scotland and France take on Italy. Sam Warburton and John Barclay, former captains of Wales and Scotland respectively, provide the expert studio analysis.

  • 22:00 This Farming Life

    S6 E4 While many are battening down the hatches as winter approaches, farmers are still outside caring for their livestock and making preparations. In North Uist, Fraser and Carianne set off for the mainland to sell their own tups and buy new ones.

  • 23:00 Inside the Factory ᴺᵉʷ

    S8 E10 Paint and Wallpaper Gregg Wallace explores the Farrow & Ball factory in Dorset to learn how they produce up to 200,000 litres of paint and 10,000 metres of wallpaper a week.

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