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BBC ONE Friday 5 March 2010
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EastEnders

Friday 5 March
8.00-8.30pm BBC ONE

Carol is determined to get her brother through a very difficult day, in the last visit of the week to Walford, but Becca manages to distract Max.

Billie, meanwhile, assures Whitney that he has left his old life behind and that he is now dedicated to their relationship. When Billie's old friends make an appearance on the Square, however, the young lad finds his promises difficult to keep.

Carol is played by Lindsey Coulson, Becca by Simone James, Max by Jake Wood, Billie by Devon Anderson and Whitney by Shona McGarty.

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Five Days – Day Five Ep 5/5

Monday 1 to Friday 5 March
9.00-10.00pm BBC ONE (Schedule addition 17 February)

The time has come to decide on baby Michael's future parents, but someone else has a different idea of what's best for him and is prepared to risk all to get their way, as Gwyneth Hughes's gripping new mystery reaches its conclusion.

Nusrat and Danny are driven apart as they struggle to come to terms with recent events. And, as Laurie finally resolves the case, viewers discover what really happened on Day One.

Shivani Ghai is Nusrat Preston; Matthew McNulty is Danny; and Suranne Jones is PC Laurie Franklin.

AF

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BBC TWO Friday 5 March 2010
www.bbc.co.uk/bbctwo

Mastercrafts – Stained Glass Ep 4/6

Friday 5 March
9.00-10.00pm BBC TWO
Monty Don presents as three beginners learn the ancient craft of stained glass
Monty Don presents as three beginners learn the ancient craft of stained glass

Monty Don puts three more passionate beginners through their paces as they follow their dreams of learning the ancient craft of stained glass.

The knowledge of manufacturing glass was brought to Britain by the Romans more than 2,000 years ago, along with the seed of Christianity. As Christianity flourished, the great cathedrals of the Middle Ages were built. The craft of stained glass spread as it strove to tell bible stories to a largely illiterate congregation, at the same time as pouring light into these gothic buildings.

Full-time mum Abigail Ross, 40; trainee architect James Wignall, 24; and grandmother Valerie Rolls, 67, take up their places as wannabe artisans in a south London glass studio to learn this ancient craft.

It takes four to five years to train properly as a stained glass craftsman. During their six-week intensive course, the trainees learn the foundations of the craft – from how to cut glass incredibly accurately, to leading up and glazing a window.

They are instructed by their mentor, Sophie Hussein, who has been working in the field of stained glass for nearly 20 years. Monty, meanwhile, explores the importance of stained glass and follows its journey – not only through history but also from its molten raw state to its finished splendour within a stained glass window.

Can the apprentices grasp the craft and end up following in the footsteps of the master glazers of the past by designing and making a story window fit to grace a public building?

BR/LS2

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The Bubble Ep 3/6

Friday 5 March
10.00-10.30pm BBC TWO

David Mitchell introduces another episode of The Bubble
David Mitchell introduces another episode of The Bubble

Hosted by David Mitchell, this week's edition of the comedy quiz sees Sue Perkins, Clive Anderson and Sarah Millican attempt to identify the true stories from the fakes after three days locked away in a media-free zone that is The Bubble.

The three celebrity contestants are shown a series of news reports or images from TV, newspapers and celebrity gossip magazines and must determine which are genuine and which are fake. Because they've been away and out of touch – just like when you come back from holiday – they'll believe almost anything.

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BBC FOUR Friday 5 March 2010
www.bbc.co.uk/bbcfour

Heavy Metal Britannia

Friday 5 March
9.00-10.30pm BBC FOUR

Voiced by Nigel Planer, Heavy Metal Britannia traces the emergence of the genre in Britain in the late Sixties and Seventies. Metal began life in the mid-Sixties underground rock scene – a fledging style spearheaded by the likes of Judas Priest, Black Sabbath, Deep Purple and Led Zeppelin.

This early metal was dominated by paranoia and darkness, albeit often tongue-in-cheek. The players were male, mostly working-class – a uniquely Seventies British style – spawning their own long-haired, head-banging audience with their own dress codes and world view.

While this generation still defines classic British metal, it was nearly overtaken by British punk in the late Seventies. Then back came a new generation such as Iron Maiden, Def Leppard and Saxon, dubbed "The New Wave of British Metal" by the press.

As the Eighties dawned, the best of these two metal generations were ready for the long haul – to make their genre the key force in music it remains today.

Tonight's documentary features contributions from Ian Gillan, Tony Iommi, Rob Halford, Glenn Tipton, Jon Lord, Bruce Dickinson, Edgar Broughton and Lemmy, among others.

SG

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CBBC Friday 5 March 2010
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Spirit Warriors – Young At Heart Ep 7/10

Friday 5 March
5.45-6.15pm CBBC

The warriors continue their quest against evil in the CBBC martial arts action-adventure-drama series, which mixes CGI and live action, and experience a sweet encounter as they enter a new realm in their quest to find the remaining spirit pieces scattered across the Spirit World.

Following the clue: "Find the truth where beauty lies", the warriors enter the earth realm and stumble across a strange cave, full of all their favourite foods, straight out of a fairy-tale. However, this fairy-tale doesn't look like it'll have a happy ending. The house's owner, the gorgeous Madame Ching, and her sweet man-servant, Tai Fai, have a terrible secret – and, when Jen goes missing, the Spirit Warriors need to find out what it is. Will they solve the mystery, fend off Hwang and find the spirit piece before it's too late?

Madame Ching is played by Elizabeth Tan, Tai Fai by Chooye Bay, Jen by Alicia Lai and Hwang by Tom Wu. This episode also features Burt Kwouk as the voice of Shen, Jessica Henwick as Bo, Karl Rogers as Martin, Gilles Geary as Trix, Benedict Wong as Li and Lil' Simz as Vicky.

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