The ÃÂ£528.3m BBC Two budget is funded by the ÃÂ£3,596m Television Licence Fee, and represents 14.7% of all BBC spending - that's about 42p per week per person.
Is the channel live, pre-recorded, new content or repeats?
BBC Two has live presentation, but almost all programmes are pre-recorded, with the exeption of The Daily Politics and Newsnight. Almost all shows are commissioned by the BBC and most have having their first showing.
What's the channel's unique selling point?
A healthy diet of lifestyle programmes, documentaries, comedy, quiz programmes and drama.
The programme schedule highlights
6pm quiz, 6:30pm popular history, 10pm entertainment, 10:30pm Newsnight.
The bits to avoid
The afternoon schedule (The Weakest Link, Flog It!) is lacking the imagination of peak time programmes.
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