264
Oliver and Alfie are at home when Daisy and Amy arrive. Sophie is in Hammerfest in northern Norway.
182
Sophie is working in Rome this week. Oliver, Alfie and Daisy have decided to eat out tonight.
125
Daisy, Amy, Oliver and Alfie are planning a weekend at a music festival when Sophie calls from Austria with a great idea. 
100
It’s the day of Oliver and Alfie’s cooking competition. Daisy is filming the chefs in action, and Mum is on her way home.
99
Oliver and Alfie both love watching cooking programmes on TV. Just for fun, they are preparing to have their own ‘Master Chef’ competition at home.
59
Oliver and Alfie visit the local pet shop, where they are surprised to see Amy. Meanwhile, something is on Sophie's mind ... 
107
Sophie has just arrived home after a work trip to the United States which turned into a nightmare.
116
Alfie took his driving test for the second time this morning. Did he pass?
83
Alfie's got a new bike and invites Oliver and Daisy to go out for a ride. Sophie is working in Istanbul.
119
Daisy is at home. She has a note for Sophie from the headmaster …
139
Sophie is working in Cairo this week. Oliver, Alfie and Daisy are working hard for their end-of-year exams.
165
Daisy is chatting to her brother Oliver, and his best mate Alfie, about her new boyfriend. Daisy and Oliver’s mum is working in Thailand this week.
145
It's mid morning on a Sunday. Oliver has just got up and is in the kitchen when Daisy comes home. Sophie is in Tanzania for work. 
75
Daisy and her new friend are at the shopping centre and they meet Oliver by chance. 
73
Sophie has taken Oliver on a special trip for his birthday.
138
Sophie is working in Spain this week to write about the local fiestas. She phones Oliver to tell him all about it.
69
It's a few weeks before Christmas and Sophie is working in India. She's doing her Christmas shopping in a local market.
84
Daisy has a date with Jack and Sophie is working in Brazil.
108
Oliver, Daisy and Alfie are at Oliver and Daisy's home. Oliver is upset, so Daisy and Alfie decide to cheer him up.