As Matthew and Ellis settle into fatherhood, three dads-to-be await the big day. New.
2/13; series two. Including Seven
Reasons to Support 24-Hour Pubs Even If You're Not Andrew Flintoff. A new episode is on Friday at 10.30pm
3/8; series five.
Kelly was just 17 when her daughter was bom. Now four. Jamie Leigh is something of a challenge and Kelly's reacting like a big kid. Rachel Morris thinks she can help. But is Kelly grown up enough to act on her advice? A new episode is tomorrow at 8.30pm
With no bills to pay and no food to buy. how has 24-year-old events manager Simon managed to rack up E25,000 in debts? Chelsea FC are the problem.
Simon follows his team all over Europe, and downs countless pints in their name. He won't stop supporting Chelsea, so lifestyle expert Jay Hunt and psychological coach Mark Hopkins are going to have to get creative if they want to help him out of debt.
Shown at 8pm on BBC1
3/6; series two.
Lou takes Andy ice skating, and "Mr T" is spotted in the gym.
4/6; series two.
What part could Cath and Don's 12-year-old son play in Jill's schemes? There's a new episode tomorrow at 10.30pm