Is the counsel of relationships expert Tanya Byron being taken on board by the Turners, the Cooksleys and single mother
Nicola as they attempt to curb their offspring's errant behaviour? Claudia Winkleman finds out.
4/8; series four.
Single dad John is convinced Ryan, 9, Karl, 7, and Kirsty, 4, have been put on the planet with the sole intention of making him suffer. Can Dr Stephen Briers tame the trio, get John to stop feeling sorry for himself and pull the family back from the brink?
The remaining candidates attempt to impress business tycoon
Donald Trump by creating a new flavour of ice cream and selling it on the streets of New York. Location proves a problem for the women's team, while the men enlist some help to boost their sex appeal. And back in the boardroom, one candidate makes a shocking and fatal decision. New.
Rptd at 11.20pm on BBC2
Enjoyable a action drama starring
Patrick Swayze as a renowned bouncer who arrives in a small Missouri town to restore order at the local bar. Once there, he manages to provoke the local kingpin by beating up his thugs and dating the beautiful town doctor (Kelly Lynch). Also starring Sam Elliott. Review page 50.
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