Tony's trial becomes chaotic. Bradley makes a huge admission to Stacey. Max's world crumbles.
Writer Simon Ashdown This week's episodes directed by Jennie Darnell More cast on Friday Repeated at 10pm on BBC3
Followed by News Update
To highlight the issue of poor housing conditions in Britain, Nick Knowles 's team tries to help a caravan-dwelling father and his four children by renovating their one-bedroom house and building an extension. Director Helga Berry : Executive producer Simon Knight
3/6; series three. Pam and Mick are having second thoughts, Bryn is in his element, Smithy is concerned, and Stacey makes a worrying discovery.
Writers James Corden and Ruth Jones ; Director Christine Gernon
Producer Ted Dowd Repeated at 12.15am on BBC3 Simulcast in HD on the BBC HD channel
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Stephen Fry puts posers concerning games to Alan Davies , Phill Jupitus , Sean Lock and Liza Tarbuck. Director Ian Lorimer ; Producers Piers Fletcher and John Lloyd
Repeated next Monday on BBC2 COMPETITION: win an iPod nano and QI book at radiotimes.com/qi
From Wootton Bassett , Wiltshire, where guests include General Sir Richard Dannatt. With David Dimbleby. Executive producer Steve Anderson ; Series editor Edward Havard
Repeated next Sunday on BBC Parliament JOIN IN: call [number removed] (BT landlines cost lOp; other networks vary); text [number removed]; press the red button; or see Ceefax page
Signed. Repeats not indicated.
Panorama Shown on Monday at 8.30pm
12.55 Life Shown on Sunday at 6pm 3409B17
1.55 Countryfile Shown on Sunday at 7pm
2.50 Ray Mears 's Northern Wilderness 5/6. David Thompson 's 19th-century mapping of Canada.
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