|BBC ONE Tuesday 13 January 2009|
Billy (Perry Fenwick) is
troubled by Jay's behaviour
A new massage parlour has opened in Albert Square, much to the displeasure of some of the residents.
Meanwhile, Lucas decides to leave for Leeds after Denise declines his marriage proposal; and Jay has left home and is driving around the Square in a pimped-up car, leaving Billy troubled.
Lucas is played by Don Gilet, Denise by Di Parish, Jay by Jamie Borthwick and Billy by Perry Fenwick.
|BBC TWO Tuesday 13 January 2009
| Oz And James Drink To Britain
Tuesday 13 January
8.00-8.30pm BBC TWO
Oz Clarke and James May
continue in their quest to find
the drink – or drinks – that
speak for modern Britain
Oz Clarke and James May travel to Wigan, home to what is probably the smallest commercial brewery in the world, as they continue in their quest to find the drink – or drinks – that speak for modern Britain. The brewery is run by Patsy Slevin, out of her mother-in-law's garage. Stripped down to his red silk boxer shorts, Oz gets straight down to the dirty business of beer-making, while James concentrates on what he does best – beer drinking.
The thirsty pair also visit the famous home of Newcastle Brown Ale, a brewery on a much larger scale than Patsy's. Surrounded by so much beer, James is inspired to create his own, and challenges Oz to a home-brewing competition. Sacrifices have to be made for James to install his high-tech micro brewery in their tiny caravan so, for the rest of the trip, James will be sleeping on the floor.
A disastrous night out in Bigg Market, where Oz and James realise they are too old to party with the youngsters, is quickly forgotten when, the next day, they head for an idyllic and remote pub on the beautiful Northumberland coast.