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BBC ONE Friday 6 November 2009

The Sarah Jane Adventures – The Eternity Trap: Part Two Ep 8/12

Friday 6 November
4.35-5.00pm BBC ONE

Sarah Jane and the gang discover the secrets of Erasmus Darkening, in the second and concluding part of The Eternity Trap, but are they too late? As ghosts from the past rise up, and the quest to find the missing children reaches a climax, it seems that nothing can stop the ancient alchemist's rise to victory.

Sarah Jane Smith is played by Elisabeth Sladen and Erasmus Darkening by Donald Sumpter.

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EastEnders

Friday 6 November
8.00-8.30pm BBC ONE

Archie and Peggy reminisce about the old days, in tonight's visit to Albert Square. Peggy tells him that none of Eric's friends liked him – they couldn't trust him and they sussed him out right away.

Meanwhile, Jane and Masood grow closer when she confides in him about her need to have a child of her own.

Archie is played by Larry Lamb, Peggy by Barbara Windsor, Jane by Laurie Brett and Masood by Nitin Ganatra.

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The Armstrong And Miller Show Ep 4/6

Friday 6 November
9.30-10.00pm BBC ONE (Schedule addition Tuesday 20 October)

Divorced Dad tells his son the reason Tilly Green hasn't replied to his text is because she's out of his league, as Alexander Armstrong and Ben Miller's comedy sketch show continues.

Meanwhile, a boxer's coach fills the one-minute silence by telling him that, sometimes, he sees fairies at the end of his bed; a busy CEO is kept up to speed by his assistants – who tell him that lions can't swim and there's actually no pepper in Dr Pepper; the origins of the dinner party are revealed as Neanderthals sit down to a spot of mammoth and mugs of blood; the Second World War pilots aren't pleased to be roped into digging the escape tunnel – the dirt is bad for their asthma and definitely against health and safety; Jilted Jim continues to cause havoc in Hawaii by letting slip that Phil said men cheating was inevitable; and an undercover operation is ruined when a reasonable boss turns up to tell his employees that working past 5pm isn't acceptable and to get themselves home.

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CBBC Friday 6 November 2009

Sorry I've Got No Head Ep 5/11

Friday 6 November
5.15-5.45pm CBBC

Athletic zombies and a disconcerting dinner lady feature in the assortment of comedy treats in this week's episode of the imaginative comedy sketch show for children, that the whole family can enjoy.

In addition, museum curators Mr Faraway and Mr Elevenses reveal more wonders at the Museum Of Imagination. And it is prize-giving time on North Barrasay and the snowman decides to take a holiday.

Sorry I've Got No Head features the comedy talents of Marcus Brigstocke, Mel Giedroyc, David Armand, Anna Crilly, James Bachman and Nick Mohammed.

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