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Weekdays at 9.05am

The fascinating documentary series concludes. This week the show focuses on the lives of the Sellers family from Portmahomack, a tiny fishing village on the east coast of Scotland. Four-yearold Benjamin lives with Mum and Dad, older sister Evangeline, twins Lorelei and Reuben and little Mippy.

In Monday’s show, Benjamin plays on the beach with his best friend Jocelyn. The little pals use anything they can find to build a sand castle. Afterwards, they visit Jocelyn’s grandad’s farm where Benjamin gets to play in a tractor.

In Tuesday’s instalment, the Sellers children play racing games in the garden. In the afternoon it is the village sports day, and Benjamin and all his friends take part in lots of different races.

Wednesday’s instalment sees Benjamin and his family visit the Falls of Shin, a network of dramatic waterfalls in the Highlands. After a picnic lunch, they go on a nature hike and spot all kinds of animals along the way.

On Thursday, Benjamin and his family play on the swings in the Portmahomack playground. Next, they head to the harbour to watch the local fishing vessels returning to shore with their catches of lobsters and crabs.

In the last episode of the series on Friday, the Sellers go to the Black Isle Show, where there are all kinds of activities to keep them occupied – like exploring sand dunes and riding in combine harvesters. Benjamin also learns how to milk a cow!

Weekdays at 9.05am

The fascinating documentary series continues. This week the show focuses on the lives of the Sellers family from Portmahomack, a tiny fishing village on the east coast of Scotland. Four-yearold Benjamin lives with Mum and Dad, older sister Evangeline, twins Lorelei and Reuben and little Mippy.

In Monday’s show, Benjamin and his family go on a fishing trip. They only live a short walk from the harbour, so in no time they are all aboard their little red fishing boat. Everyone catches a fish, which they take home and slap on the barbecue for a delicious lunch.

In Tuesday’s instalment it’s Dad’s birthday! While he goes to work, Benjamin and the family bake a cake and make birthday cards. They can’t tell anyone, because it’s going to be a surprise party. What better place to have it than on the beach right in front of their house?

On Wednesday, it’s gala day in Portmahomack, which means sand castle-building and dressing-up competitions. Benjamin takes part in both, but will he win first prize this time?

On Thursday, Benjamin and his family go to visit the local lighthouse. Along the way, they get to meet some friendly cows. But will Benjamin make it all the way up the stairs to the top of the lighthouse?

In the last show of the week on Friday, Benjamin meets up with his best friend Jocelyn and both families go to visit the local rock pools in Portmahomack. They find all sorts of creatures that make these rock pools their home. At the end of the trip, the little friends play on a train track drawn in the sand.

Weekdays at 9.05am

The fascinating documentary series continues, focusing this week on the lives of the Pathaks, a Hindu family from Stockport in Cheshire. The episodes centre on the everyday adventures of four-year-old Aastha and her three-year-old sister Anusha.

In Monday’s show, Aastha and Anusha draw pictures to put up on the wall. Later, the family gathers together for puja, or prayers, at their home temple in the girls’ bedroom.

Tuesday’s instalment sees the girls getting very excited about a trip to a sari shop in Manchester to buy traditional Indian outfits. Back at home, the children play in the garden with their friends.

On Wednesday, the girls play on the drive with Dad and their friend Scarlet, while Mum makes chapatis in the kitchen. Next, Mum takes Aastha and Anusha to a hair appointment in Manchester.

Mum takes Anusha to the Hindu temple in Manchester for prayers on Thursday. The girls then play ‘kitchens’ in the garden and Mum joins them for a cup of tea and a bite to eat.

In the last show of the week on Friday, Mum helps the children choose what to wear for the day. Later, she takes the girls and their friend Scarlet to play on the swings.

Weekdays at 9.05am

The fascinating documentary series continues, focusing this week on the lives of the Pathaks, a Hindu family from Stockport in Cheshire. The episodes centre on the everyday adventures of four-year-old Aastha and her three-year-old sister Anusha.

In Monday’s show, Aastha and Anusha wake up and brush their teeth with Mum. After a hearty breakfast, the girls head into the garden for a morning of fun and games with their friends.

Tuesday’s instalment begins with a trip to the supermarket with Mum to buy some fruit and vegetables. Back at home, Aastha helps Mum prepare the sauce for the pasta while Anusha reads with Dad. It is then time to test Aastha’s culinary skills as the family sits down for lunch.

On Wednesday, the girls enjoy a bed-bouncing session before Mum takes them to the Indian sweet shop where they learn how to make jalebi, a fried snack made from batter and syrup. Later, Aastha and Anusha play with their building blocks alongside Dad and their friend Scarlet.

Mum takes the girls to the Bhavan Indian Centre on Thursday to take part in a dance class and learn about Indian music. The girls then don their swimming costumes and head into the garden with some buckets of water.

In the last show of the week on Friday, Uncle Rahul comes to visit and reads with the girls. Later, Anusha gets the hiccups so Dad fetches her a glass of water – but Aastha drinks it! Uncle Rahul then joins the girls on the trampoline, before the whole family sits down for dinner.

Weekdays at 9.05am

The fascinating documentary series continues, focusing on the everyday life of the Warner- Taylor family from Norfolk. This week’s episodes centre on four-year-old Jaid Warner-Taylor and her six-year-old brother, Josh.

Four-year-old Jaid Warner-Taylor and her six-yearold brother Josh live with their mum, Melanie, and dad, Dan, in a rural village on the edge of the Norfolk Broads. The family are just a few miles from Great Yarmouth and the beach.

Jaid is feisty and fun, and can be a bit like a bull in a china shop. She has a cheeky, mischievous side. Jaid loves ballet and attends weekly classes. She also enjoys going to her local village nursery.

Josh has just turned six. He is, in Melanie’s words, “every mum’s dream of a little boy” in that he is sensitive and kind, sharp and perceptive – as well as protective of his little sister.

Josh and Jaid enjoy a real mutual respect. They are also very close to their parents, and the four of them are a really happy family unit. Everyday activities such as washing the car, baking a cake, growing vegetables in the shed and bedtime stories are always fun in the Warner-Taylor household.

In Monday’s show, it is Jaid’s fourth birthday party. She celebrates by having a princesses-and-piratesthemed party.

Jaid is having a teddy bears’ tea party in her garden on Tuesday, but one of the saucers is missing. Who could have taken it? Later, Jaid and Josh help Mummy to prepare some home-grown radishes.

On Wednesday, the Warner-Taylors hire a boat for a day out on the Norfolk Broads. After some initial rain, the sun comes out and Jaid and Josh have fun feeding the ducks – as well as steering the boat!

Josh and Jaid enjoy a barbecue at their grandparents’ house on Thursday. Josh is driving his electric car when the battery runs out. Meanwhile, Jaid’s toy dog is feeling poorly.

In the last show of the week on Friday, Jaid and her Mummy take a trip to the local library to find some new books. Back at home, Jaid plants some sunflower seeds in her garden.

Weekdays at 9.05am

The fascinating documentary series continues, focusing this week on the everyday life of the Warner-Taylor family from Norfolk. The episodes centre on four-year-old Jaid Warner-Taylor and her six-year-old brother, Josh. They live with their mum and dad in the village of Filby.

Four-year-old Jaid Warner-Taylor and her six-yearold brother Josh live with their mum, Melanie, and dad, Dan, in a rural village called Filby on the edge of the Norfolk Broads. The family are just four miles from Great Yarmouth and the beach.

Jaid is feisty, fun, and can be a bit like a bull in a china shop. She has a cheeky, mischievous side. Jaid loves ballet and attends weekly classes. She also enjoys going to her local village nursery.

Josh has just turned six. He is, in Melanie’s words, “every mum’s dream of a little boy” in that he is sensitive and kind, sharp and perceptive – as well as protective of his little sister.

Josh and Jaid enjoy a real mutual respect. They are also very close to their parents, and the four of them are a really happy family unit. Everyday activities such as washing the car, baking a cake, growing vegetables in the shed and bedtime stories are always fun in the Warner-Taylor household.

In Monday’s show, the Warner-Taylors are introduced. Jaid and her mummy practise their ‘good toes, naughty toes’, ready for ballet class.

On Tuesday it’s car-wash time in the Warner-Taylor household. Josh and Jaid end up washing each other rather than the car!

On Wednesday, Jaid and her mummy take a trip to the local shops to buy ingredients to make a cake. Back at home, Jaid wants to make the cake all by herself and the whole family tuck in.

Dan takes Josh and Jaid out for a day of fun on Thursday as Melanie is at work. They go for a walk on the Norfolk Broads – but what will they see?

In the last show of the week on Friday, Jaid is at music club on a listening walk when the rain pours down and everyone is stuck outside.

Weekdays at 9.05am

The fascinating documentary series continues, focusing this week on the everyday life of a family in the Vale of Glamorgan. The episodes centre on Rachel and Hannah, four-year-old twins with contrasting personalities. They live with their mum Andrea, dad Pete, little sister Katie and kitten Dotty.

Rachel and Hannah are two little girls with strong personalities. Rachel likes the outdoors, while Hannah is more arty. Rachel wears her hair in bunches, Hannah prefers it loose. Both girls are tomboys and their bedroom is a bit of a mess! They love cooking and enjoy an active lifestyle, including walking, cycling and Tae Kwon Do.

The girls spend a lot of time with their three-yearold sister Katie. Together they share a comfortable terraced house in Cowbridge, a pretty market town in the Vale of Glamorgan. The local area boasts beautiful rolling countryside and a range of historic buildings, including a castle.

When they are not doing activities, entertaining friends and pestering Dad in his office, the twins play with their kitten Dotty. Livewire Dotty recently shed a couple of her nine lives when she lost her leg in an accident. Finding another kitten to keep Dotty company is a priority for the family.

In Monday’s show, ‘Barbecue’, Hannah and Rachel have some friends round for a barbecue. They all enjoy the delicious food together and play in the garden with their friends.

It’s an exciting day on Tuesday in ‘Tigers and Robot’. Hannah and Rachel have fun painting tigers in the kitchen. They then go into the garden to make a robot from cereal boxes with Dad and Katie.

In ‘Shopping’ on Wednesday, the twins and Katie help Mum with the shopping, stopping first at the farmers’ market for some tasty olives.

Rachel has ‘Chickenpox’ on Thursday. How will she amuse herself as she waits for her twin sister Hannah to get back from school?

Friday’s show is ‘Bed Time’. Hannah, Rachel and Katie play a fun game with Mum and Dad before they have to get ready for bed.

Weekdays at 9.05am

The fascinating documentary series continues, focusing this week on the everyday life of a family in the Vale of Glamorgan. The episodes centre on Rachel and Hannah, four-year-old twins with contrasting personalities. They live with their mum Andrea, dad Pete, little sister Katie and kitten Dotty.

Rachel and Hannah are two little girls with strong personalities. Rachel likes the outdoors, while Hannah is more arty. Rachel wears her hair in bunches, Hannah prefers it loose. Both girls are tomboys and their bedroom is a bit of a mess! They love cooking and enjoy an active lifestyle, including walking, cycling and Tae Kwon Do.

The girls spend a lot of time with their three-yearold sister Katie. Together they share a comfortable terraced house in Cowbridge, a pretty market town in the Vale of Glamorgan. The local area boasts beautiful rolling countryside and a range of historic buildings, including a castle.

When they are not doing activities, entertaining friends and pestering Dad in his office, the twins play with their kitten Dotty. Livewire Dotty recently shed a couple of her nine lives when she lost her leg in an accident. Finding another kitten to keep Dotty company is a priority for the family.

In Monday’s show, ‘Cleaning’, it’s all hands on deck as Rachel, Hannah and Katie help Mum and Dad with the household cleaning.

It’s an exciting day on Tuesday in ‘Fish’, as Rachel and Hannah visit the local garden centre with mum to buy some new pet fish. What will they call them?

In ‘Bike Ride’ on Wednesday, the twins put on their helmets for a fun bike ride with Dad to the nearby castle. Will they manage to find him during a game of hide-and-seek?

The girls are ‘Making Pizza’ on Thursday. Rachel and Hannah put on their aprons and make homemade pizzas with Mum. But can they prevent Dad from stealing a slice?

Friday’s show is ‘Gardening with Grandad’. Rachel and Hannah help to plant seeds and water the vegetable patch on their grandad’s allotment. They dig up some potatoes to cook and eat for lunch.

Weekdays at 9.05am

This fascinating documentary series charts the everyday life of a family on a Sussex farm. The series is told from the point of view of four-yearold Evie. It follows her relationship with her family and her adventures on and around the chicken farm.

Evie lives with her mum, Suzy, and dad, Danny. She is the youngest of four children – her older brothers are Dean (19), Joey (8) and Tam (5). In addition, Evie’s grandparents often come to visit and take her out for the day. Evie’s family are funny, warm and loving, and all the excitement of family life is captured through her eyes and experiences.

Throughout the series, Evie celebrates a birthday, helps build her new bed, plays with her cousins and picks strawberries. All the joys of childhood are present as Evie embarks on a fun-filled voyage of discovery.

In Monday’s show, ‘Eggs’, Granny and Grandad come to visit and take Evie to the chicken shed to collect some eggs. The three of them then make a big batch of egg sandwiches for lunch.

Tuesday’s show, ‘Helping Daddy’, sees Evie spend the day helping her dad with a number of jobs on the farm. First they fix a gate, then they make some bird houses with Tam and Joey. Evie also has a fun ride in the wheelbarrow!

In ‘Babies’ on Wednesday, Aunty Sam has come to visit with Frank and baby Oscar. Evie has a go at feeding Oscar his lunch, changing his nappy and playing with him. Then Mummy finds a box of Evie’s old baby things.

It is time for Evie and her mum to do some ‘Cleaning’ on Thursday. They clean out the rabbit hutch, wipe the windows, vacuum the carpets and polish the furniture. Evie’s grandad Mac helps too, then makes everyone tea.

And on Friday’s show, ‘Evie’s Castle’, Joey builds Evie a castle using the sofa in the living room. The children have great fun playing until Tam bumps his head. Luckily, Mummy is there to kiss it better.

Weekdays at 9.05am

This fascinating new documentary series charts the everyday life of a family on a Sussex farm. The series is told from the point of view of fouryear- old Evie. It follows her relationship with her family and her adventures on and around the chicken farm.

Evie lives with her mum, Suzy, and dad, Danny. She is the youngest of four children – her older brothers are Dean (19), Joey (8) and Tam (5). In addition, Evie’s grandparents often come to visit and take her out for the day. Evie’s family are funny, warm and loving, and all the excitement of family life is captured through her eyes and experiences.

Throughout the series, Evie goes egg collecting, builds a camp with her brother, plays hide-andseek and picks strawberries. All the joys of childhood are present as Evie embarks on a funfilled voyage of discovery.

In Monday’s show, ‘Evie’s Birthday’, Evie celebrates her fourth birthday. There are balloons to blow up, presents to open and friends to play with too. Mummy has organised a bouncy slide, a disco in the living room and lots of cake.

Tuesday’s show is ‘Going for a Walk’. Evie goes for a stroll with her brothers Joey and Tam. They wander past the chickens and pick up some sticks to bash down nettles. When they get to the stream, they build a dam.

Evie has a new piece of bedroom furniture in ‘Evie’s New Bed’ on Wednesday. The bed has a ladder and a special house to play in underneath. Once Daddy has finished assembling it, Mummy puts the teddies back and it is time for Evie’s first night in her new bed.

Evie’s big brother, Dean, takes her out to pick fruit in ‘Strawberries’ on Thursday. Evie finds lots of lovely juicy strawberries to take home to Mummy and Daddy.

And on Friday’s show, ‘Rainy Day’, it’s a rainy day and everyone has to play inside. Evie plays hiding games with her big cousins, breaks out the playdough with Dean and Tam and draws pictures with Mummy. But she is still determined to go outside – even if it is wet!

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