Wednesday 24 Sep 2014
Phil is shocked when he learns of Ben's wickedness, in the week's first visit to Walford.
Meanwhile, Stacey finds maternity leave a struggle.
Elsewhere, Ryan and Janine battle to win their twisted bet.
Phil is played by Steve McFadden, Ben by Charlie Jones, Stacey by Lacey Turner, Ryan by Neil McDermott and Janine by Charlie Brooks.
Jo Malone helps two creative entrepreneurs enter the fiercely competitive fashion industry, in the latest episode of the series in which she and fellow business expert Nick Leslau mentor the owners of eight small businesses with big retail dreams from across Britain.
Beryl Brewis is a 39-year-old single mum from High Wycombe who, with a little help from some local grannies, is determined to help keep Brits warm in winter with her knitted merino wool scarves. After losing her fiancé last year, Beryl wants to get her life back on track by pouring her heart and soul into her business and is passionate about realising her dreams of selling her scarves on the high street and providing a better life for her and her two teenage sons. Impressed by her steely determination, Jo and Nick introduce Beryl to Pringle's creative director Clare Waight Keller who, with their help, must take Beryl swiftly back to the drawing board in the hope she can gain enough confidence to create a coveted accessory just right for the high street market.
Meanwhile, 27-year-old Claire English from East Sussex is hoping to make the jump from selling small numbers of her eclectic handmade jewellery at Portobello Market to securing a desirable business deal with a high-end national retailer. Encouraged by a fashion editor's feedback, Jo and Nick soon recognise that while Claire is an incredible British talent, she only makes just enough money to survive. They call upon top celebrity jeweller Stephen Webster to help Claire focus on both her collection and her business acumen. Having only eight weeks to turn her business around, will Claire's intense journey end with an invitation to pitch for a place on the high street?
High Street Dreams is simulcast on the BBC HD channel – the BBC's High Definition channel, available through Freesat, Sky and Virgin Media.
Rugby star Gareth Thomas has revealed he is gay, and a number of other sportspeople from around the world have "come out", this has led some to argue that the professional sporting arena is now a place where homosexual men and women can participate and enjoy the same freedoms as everyone else.
But with the world's most popular game, football, still outwardly 100 per cent heterosexual, journalist Mark Chapman investigates whether we really are seeing the smashing of sport's Last Taboo.
Mark journeys across the UK and Ireland meeting gay and straight sporting figures including Gareth Thomas, Donal Cusack and Martina Navratilova, to find out why it is so difficult for gay athletes to be open about their sexuality, and the consequences if they are.
It's a journey that leaves Mark with some surprising conclusions as to why gay professional sportspeople still prefer to keep their sexuality hidden.
Antonio Pappano, music director of the Royal Opera, traces the history of Italian opera in this new three-part series, travelling through Italy to explore the central role that opera plays in Italian history and culture.
Opera Italia features exclusive behind-the-scenes footage of Pappano working in rehearsal with some of today's greatest singers, including soprano Renée Fleming, mezzo-soprano Sarah Connolly, tenor Juan Diego Flórez and baritone Sir Thomas Allen. There is also performance footage, filmed in collaboration with the Royal Opera House and conducted by Pappano himself, including Rossini's Il barbiere di Siviglia and Verdi's La traviata.
In episode one, Pappano begins his journey by looking at the origins of opera as entertainment in the ducal palaces of Italy. He visits the Ducal Palace in Mantua where Monteverdi worked as court musician and travels to Rossini's home in Pesaro where the annual Rossini Festival takes place.
Opera On The BBC is a major new season of programmes across the BBC celebrating opera.
Another week of fun and games with Rosie and her friends begins with something getting up poor Oakley's nose. He can't stop sneezing, rattling Rosie and Raggles' playhouse and sending the poor Little Acorns flying down the hill. When a giant sneeze sends Little Bear flying away on a kite, Rosie is determined to find the cause.
On Tuesday, Saffie plans to invite the Little Acorns over for a sleepover but, as Saffie and Oakley are so far apart, Saffie cannot ask Oakley herself and is relying on Rosie and Raggles driving to and fro in the Twooter. Rosie tries to think of a better solution but Bluebird can't help as she is too busy creating the newest designer nest and Holly and Will are supposed to be helping Big Bear to skip. Will Oakley ever get Saffie's message?
Rosie and Raggles are Looking After Little Bear on Wednesday so that Big Bear can build Little Bear his first scooter as a surprise. But Little Bear proves to be quite a handful and they are all exhausted by the time it is ready. Luckily, Raggles rallies his friends so that Little Bear can test run his first-ever scooter.
There's a new hero in town on Thursday – SuperWill. The only snag is that no one seems to need his help, so Will takes matters into his own hands and flies Raggles's kite into Oakley's branches. He just means to rescue it unharmed but, when the kite is ripped and torn, Will feels terrible. But then Little Bear goes missing and a real hero is required...
Finally this week, Bluebird thinks her nest has been stolen. She accuses Will of taking it, but when she catches Big Bear with a big pile of sticks she's convinced he's the culprit. They all decide to make Bluebird a replacement nest... until her real nest is discovered – exactly where she left it! Forgetful Bluebird!
Another set of eager recruits are catapulted into the next century to join Caleb's resistance battle against the mighty Roboidz, in the penultimate week of the sci-fi drama game show.
Megan, Qais, Lucy and Elliot are the human resistance sent to the Roboidz' industrial floating headquarters, Future Gate, to try to save humanity. They have to solve a series of challenges in a face-off with the massive machines in order to try to gain bio rods, the enemy's vital fuel source. Across the three shows they must negotiate Shade Alley and face the Frozen Vaults and, on the top deck, tackle the timed Rebel Roboid test.
Viewers can unlock more secrets about Caleb's past and discover details about the mysterious Cybele and Neuros on the CBBC website.
Lindsay Duncan (Doctor Who, Rome) voices Cybele and Neuros, and Stuart Goldsmith stars as Caleb.
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