Are the Bullocks developing a structure for their two-year-old? Are the Sepiks taming their tantrum-prone twins? And has Anita managed to modify her son's foul-mouthed outbursts?
With Claudia Winkleman.
2/8; series four. There are plenty of tears in the Staples' home, but it's mostly mum Sarah who's crying. Every day, she faces a battle of wills with her three young children - a conflict she always loses. Can expert advice help her stand her ground?
One person will be chosen from 18 candidates to become the protege of business tycoon Donald Trump in series two of the show's US incarnation.
For their first challenge, the competitors work in two groups to devise a new product for global toy manufacturers Mattel - who will end up facing Trump in the boardroom?
Repeated at 11.20pm on BBC2
Amiable action comedy starring Mel Gibson and Robert Downey Jr. Laos, 1969: transport pilot Gene Ryack is employed by Air America, a CIA-backed airline that smuggles opium into Vietnam to finance the anti-communist activities of a local drug lord. But the arrival of new recruit Billy Covington causes problems. Review p65.
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