Whitney's advice lands Tiffany in trouble.
Writer Colin Wyatt This week's episodes directed by Richard Platt
More cast on Friday Repeated at 10pm on BBC3 74 Followed by News Update
In a special event to show how much electricity we use without realising it, this experiment attempts to power a home for a day using just human pedal power - while the unsuspecting family inside the house go about their normal routine. Producer Clare Mottershead ; Series producer Rachel Coughlan
Showing in HD on the BBC HD channel at 9.30pm Folding bike offer: page
2/6; series three. Stacey is on the lookout for a new job, but will Gavin stick to his promise?
Writers James Corden and Ruth Jones
Director Christine Gernon ; Producer Ted Dowd
Simulcast in HD on the BBC HD channel
PHOTOS, FEATURES: radiotimes.com/gavin-and-stacey
Turn on ... with Alison Steadman : page
Neil the Father Han:
Stephen Fry asks questions about animals beginning with the letter G of contestants Bill Bailey , Alan Davies , John Hodgman , Sean Lock and Sandi Toksvig.
Director Ian Lorimer ; Producer Piers Fletcher , John Lloyd
Topical debate from London with guest Clive Anderson. Executive producer Steve Anderson ; Series editor Edward Havard
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Panorama Shown on Monday at 8.30pm
12.55 Life Shown on Sunday at 6pm
1.55 Countryf lie Shown on Sunday at 7pm
2.50 Ray Mears 's Northern Wilderness 4/6. Following in the footsteps of explorer John Rae.
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