TV Guide BBC Two Monday

The Tournament
Eight players do battle on the Tournament Run in a series of exciting tug-of-war quiz matches as they attempt to knock their opponents out of the game and steal their cash. Only one will be left standing at the end, hoping to reach the Golden Run and double their money. Hosted by Alex Scott
Escape to the Country property
Mary Berry - Love to Cook food
Between the Covers arts
BBC News news
BBC News news
Politics Live current_affairs
The Hairy Bikers Home for Christmas food
Eggheads entertainment
Celebrity Antiques Road Trip lifestyle
Athletics sport
Great British Menu food
Flog It! lifestyle
Richard Osman's House of Games
Former winners Maisie Adam, Ivo Graham, Dev Griffin and Zoe Lyons test their general knowledge skills in a variety of trivia-based games across the week
Strictly: It Takes Two entertainment
Villages by the Sea documentary
Archaeologist Ben Robinson uncovers the secrets of Thorpeness in Suffolk, the first purpose-built seaside village in the UK. The ingenuity of amenities such as the hand-dug lake, country club and inland housing were the unique vision of Glencairn Stuart Ogilvie. Hamish Ogilvie helps Ben to understand his great-grandfather's vision, stemming from theatrical inspiration
Clive Myrie invites four contestants to brave the black chair to answer questions on the specialist subjects of All Blacks test matches, His Dark Materials, MGM musicals, and John Clare, before they are tested on their general knowledge
Only Connect
Victoria Coren Mitchell asks the questions as the Ramblers take on the Muppets in the third of the quarter-final matches, with a place in the semi-finals at stake. They must use patience, lateral thinking and sheer inspiration to make connections between groups of four things that may appear at first not to be linked, with one set of clues asking what connects George Orwell, Jeremy Hunt, the Wilkin Family, and Paddington Bear
University Challenge
The second round of the quiz for students continues, with two teams representing their universities aiming to reach the quarter-finals. Jeremy Paxman asks the questions
David Baddiel: Social Media, Anger and Us documentary
The comedian and author explores the impact social media is having on people's behaviour on and offline, with outrage and angry exchanges frequently dominating. He analyses the angry and hateful tweets he receives, interrogating his brain's responses to these messages in an MRI scan, and goes cold turkey for a fortnight to see if a life free of social media leads him to enlightenment
Two Doors Down comedy
Beth is ill and has taken to her bed, so Ian and Gordon pop over to give Eric a hand, while Christine turns up with homemade soup. The interruptions continue as Cathy and Colin arrive, suggesting all Bshe needs is someone with a bit of personality to go and see her
Newsnight current_affairs
Weather news
Dolly: The Sheep That Changed the World documentary
Documentary telling the story of the first mammal to be cloned and the impact this monumental scientific achievement in 1996 had on the world. Featuring previously unseen footage, the film reveals how a handful of the world's best genetic scientists worked in secret on a small Scottish farm to crack the holy grail of replicating life
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