7/13. In the future, the Editor oversees broadcasts to the entire Earth Empire. But who is he working for? See yesterday's choice. Shown Sat 7pm on BBC1 (AD) Exposing the villains: page 17
One to watch: Tamsin Greig: page 63
Three new families enter the house tonight. There's Michelle, an exhausted nursing student and single mother of two; the Hadleys, whose three-year-old daughter is spoilt by her mum and rejects her dad; and the Murphys, who have two boys, each with a different eating problem. Can Tanya help them to help themselves? With Claudia Winkleman. New.
4/4. There's trouble in store for Steve Cochrane , owner of Middlesbrough's
Psyche boutique. With two key members of staff gone, morale is low and Steve's also facing opposition to his plans for a restaurant and heli-pad. New.
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