Wednesday 24 Sep 2014
Without revealing who he is, Heather admits to Shirley that the father of her baby is someone Shirley knows, in the final visit of the week to Albert Square.
Peggy, meanwhile, learns some unwelcome news about her handsome stranger, and Trina's plan begins to come together.
Elsewhere, Jane uncovers Ian's plans to exploit Bobby.
Heather is played by Cheryl Fergison, Shirley by Linda Henry, Peggy by Barbara Windsor, Trina by Sharon Duncan Brewster, Jane by Laurie Brett, Ian by Adam Woodyatt and Bobby by Alex Francis.
Hazel Irvine presents highlights of the Scottish Open from Loch Lomond, on the conclusion of the second day.
The yellow-and-black chequered flag poles make this 7,100-yard tournament one of the most famous on the European Tour and Ernie Els, Retief Goosen and Colin Montgomerie have all won this title in the past.
Some of the world's best golfers will again be on show as they fine-tune their game ahead of the Open Championship, taking place just down the road at Turnberry next week.
Edith Bowman is at Scotland's fabulous festival, T In The Park, in Balado, Kinross-shire, to host the best of the weekend's live music. Co-hosting with Edith are fellow BBC Radio 1 favourites Reggie Yates and Nick Grimshaw, while newcomer Matt Edmondson brings viewers reports from across the festival site at this year's three-day sell-out event.
The 2009 line-up includes Main Stage headliners The Killers, Blur and Snow Patrol, as well as other big-name acts including Nick Cave & The Bad Seeds, Nine Inch Nails, Keane, The View, Manic Street Preachers and Pet Shop Boys.
Music-lovers who aren't going to the festival are treated to three days of live performance from the ever-popular extravaganza, which brings together more than 85,000 music fans to watch live acts across nine stages over the magical weekend. BBC Three devotes more than 10 hours of on-air time to T In The Park coverage, packing in a feast of live music and interviews.
Armchair audiences are in for a special treat this year with the introduction of the new BBC Three InTimate Stage – featuring backstage performances and unique collaborations between some of the acts featured at the Festival, performed exclusively for the BBC audience.
Edith and Reggie also bring viewers a host of highlights from Friday's other acts, including Maximo Park, James Morrison, Nick Cave & The Bad Seeds, Yeah Yeah Yeahs, The View and The Courteeners.
As well as TV coverage on BBC Three and BBC Scotland, BBC Alba are also at T In The Park, and key music moments from this year's event feature on BBC Radio 1, BBC Radio Scotland, online and interactive. The popular Red Button service is back with more choice than ever before, offering up to four different channels of performances from the Festival. This service can be accessed by digital viewers by pressing Red while watching any BBC channel, and is available on Friday evening and from late afternoon on Saturday and Sunday through until midnight each day. Live video coverage, highlights and exclusive content also features online at bbc.co.uk/tinthepark, where performances are available for a full week following the event.
Viewers in Scotland are offered additional access to the festival with live coverage and highlights over the weekend, presented by Edith Bowman and Radio 1 DJ Vic Galloway, with reports coming from Matt Edmondson.
BBC Scotland viewers can join BBC Three's coverage from 8-9pm and extra highlights are shown on BBC One Scotland from 12.05-1.05am. People elsewhere in the UK can also view this extra coverage on digital satellite, and both BBC Three and BBC Scotland's footage will also be available via the BBC's iPlayer service.
Younger viewers are invited to go on another journey to a magical playroom in the sky today, where CBeebies' favourites Chris Jarvis and Pui Fan Lee bring objects and ideas to life with a cry of: "Show me show me".
Pianos and penguins feature in today's final episode of the week where Chris plays the piano with Miss Mouse and Teddington. Little Miss Mouse likes playing the high notes, while Teddington likes to play low notes.
Viewers can move along to the bouncy piano music and pretend to be a bouncy frog and move like a waddling penguin to this tune.
The telescope on the balcony looks right to the bottom of the world to reveal some chilly penguins that are sliding on the ice. Teddington thinks sliding looks like fun so takes all the toys to a cool and super smooth ice rink, but Stuffy can't find any ice-skates to fit.
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