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: Doctor Who

11/13. A plan to build a nuclear power station brings the Doctor into contact with an enemy he thought long since dead. See yesterday's choice.
Shown Saturday 7pm BBC1 Russell T Davies looks to the future: p18


Unknown: Russell T Davies

: Doctor Who Confidential

Honouring some of the many unsung heroes who have laid down their lives to aid the Doctor in his never-ending battle against the forces of evil.

: The House of Tiny Tearaways

with Dr Tanya Byron Three families seek help with terror toddlers: exhausted nursing student and single mother-of-two Michelle; the Hadleys and their spoilt three-year-old girl; and the Murphys, who have boys with eating problems. Can Tanya help them to help themselves? With Claudia Winkleman.


Unknown: Dr Tanya Byron Three
Unknown: Claudia Winkleman.

: Spendaholics

Rudo Shonwa is a record-company PA but spends her cash as if she's one of the celebrity artists. Having remortgaged her flat three times, there are few options left open for her. Can the duo of psychological coach Benjamin Fry and lifestyle guru Jay Hunt make her face some home truths?


Unknown: Rudo Shonwa
Unknown: Benjamin Fry
Unknown: Jay Hunt

: Friday Night with Jonathan Ross

With Hollywood acting royalty
Jane Fonda plus Motley Crue reprobates Tommy Lee and Vince Neil. The music comes courtesy of Coldplay.
Shown last Friday on BBC1


Unknown: Jane Fonda
Unknown: Tommy Lee
Unknown: Vince Neil.

: Two Pints of Lager and a Packet of Crisps

5/6; series one.
Jonny worries that he's fallen madly in love with Louise.

: Two Pints of Lager and a Packet of Crisps

6/6 series one. Is Janet right to believe she's pregnant?

: Cyderdelic

: as 9pm

: as 8pm

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