2/6. Mum Tanja and stepdad Paul indulge Jessica, 9, and and 11-year-old Ryan's every whim. Then they're shown how the children could look when they're 40. Cue Kris Murrin and his three-week lifestyle overhaul. How will a ban on sweets, and a huge reduction in TV time, go down with the kids?
2/3. Irish gypsies have descended on the picture postcard Cambridgeshire village of Cottenham, settling on the orchard owned by conservationist Joanna Gordon-Clark . Now she's determined to get it back - even in the face of intimidation and threats of violence. New.
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