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Network TV BBC Week 38: Monday 19 September 2011

Monday 19 September 2011


High Definition programme
Monday 19 September
8.00-8.30pm BBC ONE and BBC ONE HD

As The Moon family wait to find out if Tyler is okay, Michael warns Vanessa to stay away from his family, but Vanessa doesn't listen, as the drama in Walford continues.

Darren is horrified after last night's events and tries his best to cover his tracks, but does someone know his secret?

Faith decides to bring the stag party back to Grace's house and Grace returns to find her house in a mess, and her granddaughter in bed with someone...

Tyler is played by Tony Discipline, Michael by Steve John Shepherd, Vanessa by Zoe Lucker, Darren by Charlie G Hawkins, Faith by Modupe Adeyeye and Grace by Ellen Thomas.


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CBEEBIES Monday 19 September 2011

Nina And The Neurons – Brilliant Bodies Eps 11-15/25

Monday 19 to Friday 23 September
4.45-5.00pm CBEEBIES

There are more experiments in Nina And The Neurons– Brilliant Bodies this week as Nina and her team of Neurons investigate bodies with the help of children from around the country.

On Monday Nina investigates what makes people yawn. Nina explains that yawning is a reflex action and accompanies young experimenters, Kyle, Jack and Christopher to the zoo to try and make different animals yawn! Arianna and Maria join Nina in the lab on Tuesday to find out about food's amazing journey through the human digestive system.

Wednesday's episode is all about sleep: Kirsty, Olim and Tegan help Nina discover why babies and children need more sleep than adults and how sleep gives our brilliant bodies time to recharge. Eyelashes are the subject of Thursday's episode as Macey, Nicholas and Rebecca visit Nina. Together they use their senses to work out that eyelashes help to shade people's delicate eyeballs from bright lights and they also visit a wildlife park to discover that camels have two sets of eyelashes.

Finally, on Friday, Nina finds out about bellybuttons. Experimenters Izzy, Khalil and Leni-Rae are fascinated to learn that not only do humans have belly buttons but many animals do too.


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