Tuesday 22 Jul 2014
Ryan and Janine's crippling defences start to crumble, in the latest drama in Albert Square. Is there hope for happiness there?
Elsewhere, a frustrated Max goads Jack to breaking point, while a heartbroken Shirley turns to Heather – and the bottle – for comfort.
Ryan is played by Neil McDermott, Janine by Charlie Brooks, Max by Jake Wood, Jack by Scott Maslen, Shirley by Linda Henry and Heather by Cheryl Fergison.
Ric and Michael's banter continues, in the latest episode of the medical drama. With the battle for funds reaching new levels, they must both set up pitches to the board.
Later, Ric bumps into Annalese and the connection becomes more conspicuous by the minute.
Greg has an awful hangover and some unwanted responsibilities as Oliver's education supervisor and must teach him all day, much to Connie's amusement. Greg delegates paperwork to Oliver, who ends up discovering a serious discrepancy which panics Greg and Connie.
Penny, meanwhile, is delighted to be made the unofficial boss on the Acute Assessment Unit, but her delight turns to dismay when she and Frieda encounter a perverse and disturbed patient.
Ric Griffin is played by Hugh Quarshie, Michael Spence by Hari Dhillon, Annalese Carson by Anna-Louise Plowman, Greg Douglas by Edward MacLiam, Oliver Valentine by James Anderson, Connie Beauchamp by Amanda Mealing, Penny Valentine by Emma Catherwood and Frieda Petrenko by Olga Fedori.
The scientific crew on board The Orpheus submarine run into severe danger in their quest to find new life forms, as the blockbuster thriller set thousands of feet below the Arctic ice continues.
Crew members have died and they find themselves in the grip of a mysterious dark force. They are in trouble, they are stuck, and they are running out of air. Their only option is to escape in the one-man submersible. But where will they escape to?
James Nesbitt (Occupation, Murphy's Law) stars as Clem Donnelly, alongside Minnie Driver (Circle Of Friends, Good Will Hunting) as Frances Kelly and Goran Visnjic (ER, Welcome To Sarajevo) as Samson Ungliss.
The Deep is simulcast on the BBC HD channel – the BBC's High Definition channel, available through Freesat 108, Freeview 50, Sky 143 and Virgin 108.
Vic Reeves and Bob Mortimer, alongside team captains Jack Dee and Ulrika Jonsson and all-round quiz referee Angelos Epithemiou, gather once again for another episode of the hit comedy quiz show.
Guests joining in the fun tonight are Gavin And Stacey star Mat Horne; the new Mr Jordan, Alex Reid; GMTV's Penny Smith; and TV presenter Tim Lovejoy.
Angelos presents another incredible Variety Showcase, Penny has problems keeping seated and Alex takes part in a very physical final challenge.
Shooting Stars is simulcast on the BBC HD channel – the BBC's High Definition channel, available through Freesat 108, Freeview 50, Sky 143 and Virgin 108.
Baby Beauty Queens peeks behind the velvet curtains with ambitious 23-year-old Lucie as she sets up her very first pageant, as the series exploring the pressures on young people to grow up too quickly in an image-obsessed Britain continues.
Model Lucie Brassington is about to organise and hold her very own beauty pageant. Girls from age six have entered via the internet to try their hand at becoming the new face of this prestigious title. For most of the girls who are competing for the Miss Mini title it will be their first time at ever walking down a catwalk, and for Lucie it's the first time she has ever run a pageant.
On the day of the pageant, 26 grand finalists compete for this new title. It's a tense and nerve-racking day for all of them, especially when most of the judges are coming down with the flu. Lucie and her mum go on a frantic search for a final judge with minutes to spare. The programme reveals whether novice Lucie will manage to pull off the first Miss Mini Photogenic UK with a little help from mum and dad; and how three very different girls – Karagh, Megan and Telka – fare in their first-ever pageant.
If your parent is physically unwell, schoolfriends' sympathy and a shoulder to cry on are often at hand. But for a young person with a parent suffering from mental health problems, the stigma can be overwhelming and domestic upheaval can be an unspoken secret.
In this intimate and deeply personal authored documentary, Tulisa from chart-smashing N-Dubz recounts growing up with a mother who suffered from a schizo-affective disorder, and the pressure it placed upon her. Tulisa also travels the country to meet other young Britons caring for a mentally ill mum or dad.
Tulisa – My Mum And Me is part of BBC Three's Adult Season on TV and online at bbc.co.uk/adultseason.
The return of Bonfire Night unearths some bitter memories among the Mongrels, as the surprising, adult multispecies comedy concludes.
After failing to protect his friends as fire warden the previous year, metrosexual fox Nelson faces an angry mob demanding an end to the event for good. However, when a rather bewildered and incompetent Marion is nominated as leader of the rebellion, things don't quite go as planned. After having her wings clipped by a safety conscious Nelson to stop her flying into fireworks, a grounded Kali faces a new danger from Vince, who suddenly sees Kali as an easy meal. Kali has to do some serious plotting to devise a way of avoiding becoming Vince's dinner.
Meanwhile, Destiny sets her sights on a modelling career after being spotted by a dog photographer in the park. However, the result of the photo shoot isn't quite as glamorous as she had hoped.
Nelson is voiced by Rufus Jones, Marion by Dan Tetsell, Kali by Katy Brand, Vince by Paul Kaye and and Destiny by Lucy Montgomery. Eamonn Holmes also guest stars in tonight's episode.
Mongrels is simulcast on the BBC HD channel – the BBC's High Definition channel, available through Freesat 108, Freeview 50, Sky 143 and Virgin 108.
Clare Balding heads for Yorkshire as she continues her journey in cycling author Harold Briercliffe's wheel tracks.
Clare's 30-mile route through Brontë country offers spectacular views, tough cycling across the region's craggy moorland and a string of stories about a group of extraordinary women who left their mark on the area.
She starts in Hebden Bridge, which was once a thriving mill town in the Calder Valley, but was a community in decline when Harold Briercliffe visited in the late Forties. Yet even then, it had a secret inner life which was captured in an extraordinary collection of images by pioneering photographer Alice Longstaff.
Clare then heads off across open moorland to Haworth, home to the Brontës. She drops in at the famous parsonage where the sisters lived, before briefly crossing the border into Lancashire to see Wycoller Hall – the inspiration for Ferndean Manor, where Jane Eyre and Mr Rochester finally shared a life together.
The surrounding village of Wycoller could have disappeared beneath the waters of a planned reservoir but for the efforts of two remarkable local women. Clare examines the stories of Susannah Benson and Evelyn Jowett, before cycling off to nearby Blake Dean to investigate a Henpecked Husbands club which sought refuge from their wilful wives in a variety of secret meeting places.
The final destination is Hardcastle Crags, an unspoiled and wild beauty spot. However, in the early 1900s a sprawling community of 600 people lived here in what was known as Dawson City – an improvised village to house workers building Walshaw Reservoir.
Britain By Bike is part of BBC Four's celebration of the outdoors – The Call Of The Wild.