UPMARKET YARN for Children’s ITV concerning itself with twins-separated-at-birth conundrum. Lee (the bad one) and Leah (the good one) are found on the obligatory doorstep each with one half of a ring which when put together forms that Feng Shui symbol resembling ying and yang. Lee ends up in a children’s home (as did almost every boy in 80s CITV dramas), whilst Leah is adopted by a fluffy middle-class family (ditto every 80s girl). Lots of telepathic “adventures” a la CHOCKY ensue. CHARLIE CREED-MILES and LOUISA HAIGH were the titular twosome, who finally ended up atop a clock tower being struck by lightning and realising they were, er, the same person. Or something.