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Matt Humphreys | 16:14 UK time, Tuesday, 1 February 2011

You might have noticed that we've changed the website a little!


Every few months we run a survey requesting feedback on what you like on the site and where you think we can improve. Following on from some of your comments we've given the homepage a bit of a makeover and made it easier to find the best content on the site. 


Here's a rundown of  the changes...

Catch up and preview clips

Catch up and preview clips are key reasons why you told us you come to the site, so we wanted to make it easier to access them. All of the video clips now play on the homepage, and from there you can click through to watch full episodes and read text descriptions.  

New EastEnders homepage


We've also moved the script peeks to the homepage and you can now click through to see more than one script peek for a sneak preview of what's currently being filmed at Elstree.


Script peek




This section replaces the Catch Up and Preview pages as the place to access full episodes for seven days following broadcast. Plus, there's links to an archive of catch up clips and text descriptions of episodes.



No changes here this week, but we've recently added in links to archive video content for the key dates of current characters. Want to watch Phil stricken by a heart attack again? Or go further back and watch him set the Vic ablaze? Just follow the links...

Character page


News & Spoilers

The old news section has now been incorporated into the blog so that you can comment on and discuss all the stories.

Navigation bar

The blog is now linked to in the main navigation bar as News & Spoilers. We'll continue to post picture and video previews, cast news, video exclusives and regular hot topic discussions.  

We hope you like the changes and do let us know if you have any feedback.

If you're after new games on the site - we're working on it :)



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