Saturday 08 Mar 2014
Zsa Zsa proposes a revenge attack on Lucy, as the drama continues in Walford.
Elsewhere, Peggy and Pat chase Harvey through London.
Meanwhile, Carol tells Ricky and Bianca that Liam's appeal hasn't gone well, leaving Liam devastated.
Zsa Zsa is played by Emer Kenny, Lucy by Melissa Suffield, Peggy by Barbara Windsor, Pat by Pam St Clement, Harvey by Martin Jarvis, Carol by Lindsey Coulson, Ricky by Sid Owen, Bianca by Patsy Palmer and Liam by James Forde.
Andrew Graham-Dixon presents The Culture Show from Glasgow. He reviews Rude Britannia at Tate Britain, and looks at the history and post-election future of British comic art.
Miranda Sawyer joins an all-male book group from Bolton to get their perspective on the all-female shortlisted writers for this year's Orange Prize for Fiction. Is it possible that writing has specific sex appeal?
He may be best known as Rose's boyfriend from Doctor Who but Noel Clarke is a rising star in the British movie industry, with Kidulthood, Adulthood and Centurion among his credits. Mark Kermode meets the actor, writer and director to discuss his latest film: 4,3,2,1.
Tom Dyckhoff investigates whether good design can help improve people's health, checking in to Norman Foster's new Circle Hospital in Bath and the new children's wing of St Thomas' in London.
As a new season of plays on Women, Power And Politics kicks off at the Tricycle Theatre, Clemency Burton-Hill asks female MPs for their response to the work, which traces the history of powerful women from Elizabeth I to the Suffragettes and Margaret Thatcher.
Also this week, artist Grayson Perry checks out What's Hot In A Pot and Sarfraz Manzoor meets an Englishman in New York – photographer for the New Yorker, Platon.
The Culture Show is simulcast on the BBC HD channel – the BBC's high definition channel, available through Freesat, Sky and Virgin Media.