Thursday 24 Apr 2014
Terror lurks in the cornfields of Provence, but only a sad and lonely painter can see it, as the time-travelling drama continues with an episode written by Richard Curtis.
Amy Pond finds herself shoulder to shoulder with Vincent Van Gogh, in a battle with a deadly alien.
The Doctor is played by Matt Smith and Amy by Karen Gillan.
Doctor Who is simulcast on the BBC HD channel – the BBC's high definition channel, available through Freesat 108, Freeview 50, Sky 143 and Virgin 108.
Zoe makes a life-changing decision while Lenny and Yuki turn detective when another mysterious case of the cryptococcsis virus arrives in the Emergency Department, as the medical drama continues.
Indecisive Zoe is putting off starting her fertility treatment. When Jordan catches her sneaking a cigarette outside the ED, he gives her a telling off. She's furious but also terrified that he will discover the truth. Deep down, she knows that she loves him, but is it really the right thing to do?
Shona hits rock bottom, living in a squat with junkies and facing a bleak future as a teenage mum. Turning again to Charlie, she tells him she wants a termination of her pregnancy. Charlie says it's too late and adoption is the only answer.
Later, Shona is rushed into the ED having fallen down the stairs. Now Charlie can take drastic action to make her see that she does care about the baby. But Lenny's diagnosis sends her up to intensive care, with the outcome looking bleak for both mother and child.
Lenny and Yuki discover another case of the cryptococcsis virus but they are still unable to trace its source. Still not fully recovered from May's betrayal and dealt another blow when he diagnoses a young and vivacious woman with multiple sclerosis, Yuki's fragile confidence is at a low.
Elsewhere, Ruth's big presentation goes horribly wrong. But when conference organiser and big name doctor Edward takes an interest in her anyway, she's incredibly flattered and a little bit smitten.
Sunetra Sarker plays Zoe, Steve Miller plays Lenny, Will Sharpe plays Yuki, Michael French plays Jordan, Evelyn Hoskins plays Shona, Derek Thompson plays Charlie, Georgia Taylor plays Ruth and Stephen Billington plays Edward.
Sue Barker presents live coverage of the French Open women's tennis final, played on the clay of Roland Garros in Paris.
Last year Svetlana Kuznetsova beat Dinara Safina in an all-Russian final to join such names as Chris Evert, Martina Navratilova, Steffi Graf and Sue Barker herself as a winner of the prestigious Grand Slam tournament.
Whoever adds their name to that list today will also collect a cheque for around £1m, one of the richest prizes on the tennis circuit.
Over the past five weeks, I'm In A Rock 'n' Roll Band! has explored how the great rock 'n' roll bands work and are put together, travelling with them from their humble beginnings to the height of their success. In this special live studio show, the series comes to an exciting climax with viewers deciding who their greatest bands, lead singers, guitarists and drummers are in a national phone vote.
The show includes a panel of band experts, including series narrator Mark Radcliffe, Lauren Laverne and The Police's drummer Stewart Copeland, and a host of musical advocates who are given the chance to pitch for their favourite in each category.
During the programme, the results of an online poll (running on bbc.co.uk until 3 June), to find the top three people in each category: the singer; the guitarist; the drummer; the other one; and the band will be revealed. Then the advocates have a chance to appeal for their favourites (in the band, singers, guitarists and drummers categories), which are then debated by the panel, with the public being given the casting vote by telephone.
The live national phone vote during the show aims to uncover the absolute best in each category. Only when these votes have been collated will the public's favourite musicians and the ultimate rock 'n' roll band be unveiled.
I'm In A Rock 'n' Roll Band! is an exciting multi-platform project on BBC Two, BBC Radio 2 and bbc.co.uk.
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