Sunday 20 April 2014, 00:01
It all gets a bit too much for Denise. She quickly realises she can't stay and help Ian because she just doesn't love him. After packing her case she heads towards the station. Could she be leaving Walford for good?
This episode can be seen on Tuesday 29th April. We'll be putting up more spoiler pictures from this unmissable week on Tuesday...
Friday 18 April 2014, 20:35
In light of the events in tonight's dramatic episode of EastEnders, Jo Walker of the Suzy Lamplugh Trust offers some advice.
"For anyone who doesn’t know, Suzy Lamplugh was a young estate agent who disappeared in 1986 after arranging to meet an unknown client at an empty property in Fulham. Later that same year, her parents, Paul and Diana, founded the Trust in her name to highlight the risks people face at work and to offer advice on how to minimise the chance of becoming a victim of violence and aggression.
"When Suzy disappeared, there was no system in place at her work to record where members of staff were going or who they were meeting. Her office didn’t know when to expect her back and the alarm wasn’t actually raised until many hours later when she didn’t arrive home. Those hours could have made all the difference to possibly finding her alive.
"Since then Suzy Lamplugh Trust has grown considerably and its work has broadened to cover a much wider area than the original workplace concept, also aiming to help people improve their personal safety and reduce their risk of experiencing violence and aggression.
"Like everyone else, we have no idea who killed Lucy. However in...
Thursday 17 April 2014, 14:00
Here's what Hetti had to say about the scene..."As soon as Max tells her she is shocked - and there's 101 things going round in her head. Who is going to find out? What is going to happen? But there are so many things going on in her head at this point that even though that's such a big shock and is such a big worry, it gets side-tracked because it's one thing on top of the other. Things are constantly happening."
You can watch the confrontation on BBC One from 7.30pm tonight.
Thursday 17 April 2014, 00:01
At a press conference to launch the major Lucy Beale storyline kicking off this Friday, Executive Producer Dominic Treadwell-Collins was joined by key cast members to exclusively unveil his master plan for the next phase of the show - as well as to announce some exciting news about one character in particular.
“There are going to be a lot of twists and turns,” Dominic revealed. “We're going to use the story to find out a lot about every single character on The Square - and we find out a lot more about Lucy after she died.
“It’s all based on truth and reality and grief,” he added...
Thursday 17 April 2014, 00:01
When Sharon can't find the words to help her old friend, Phil steps in and offers him comfort and a hug. Good man.
"Working with Steve is brilliant," revealed Adam Woodyatt. "This brings a new dimension to Ian and Phil. I don’t think they’re going to be bosom buddies, but there’s a bit of understanding between the pair of them."
"Grief changes people and changes people's relationships," added Executive Producer Dominic Treadwell-Collins. "One of the most powerful things is how it's going to change Ian and Phil's relationship, because Ian and Phil are the biggest enemies in the world and Phil Mitchell hugs Ian Beale, a crying Ian Beale, and starts to cry himself."
You can see this scene on Friday 25th April.
Tuesday 15 April 2014, 00:01
It's a life-changing week for the residents of Albert Square - and you won't want to miss a minute...
Sunday 13 April 2014, 00:01
A furious Lucy goes to see Max when Ian fails to show any interest in her business. Unfortunatley, Max sides with Ian (not a good move), the pair have little tussle - and Lucy falls and bangs her head.
Will Max be able to make it up to her?
There will be more unmissable spoilers pics from the week commencing 21st April this Tuesday!
Friday 11 April 2014, 00:00
This episode can be seen on Friday 11th April.
Wednesday 9 April 2014, 10:21
Lucy's final scenes are fast approaching, and Hetti Bywater has been sharing her thoughts on what this means for the Beales - and indeed all of Walford's residents.
There are some eventful episodes in the lead up to Lucy's death, and some powerful scenes for Hetti. How does she feel about the storyline and how it plays out?
We find out...
Why does Lucy take a chance on Lee?Because she feels that everyone in her life lies to her and they can't be trusted. She has a lot of trust issues with her friends, obviously with everything that's going on with Max, and her family, she's not getting on with anyone...
Tuesday 8 April 2014, 22:44
Patsy Palmer is set to wave goodbye to Walford later this year, as the legendary Bianca Butcher prepares to bow out from EastEnders.
“We are so sad that Patsy has decided to leave us, but completely understand that it’s the right time for her,” EastEnders’ Executive Producer Dominic Treadwell-Collins told us.
“Bianca won’t be leaving Albert Square until the Autumn, so there’s still a lot more to come from her on screen this year – and the door will be left wide open for her return. We won’t be getting rid of Bianca’s puffa jacket just yet.”
“Patsy is really sad to be...