Wednesday 24 Sep 2014
Gabby Logan is live at Elland Road for this highly anticipated encounter between Championship clubs Leeds and Nottingham Forest.
It's seven years since Leeds were a top-flight club, and 12 since Nottingham Forest enjoyed Premier League football, but fans of both clubs are dreaming of a return to the country's elite division after impressive campaigns. Three points today would be a huge boost to either team's promotion ambitions.
Cat Deeley continues the search for the nation's hottest dance talent in the second series of the award-winning So You Think You Can Dance. At stake is a cash prize plus the once-in-a-lifetime chance of dancing in Hollywood on the US version of the show. More importantly, they have the chance to waltz off with the title of the UK's Favourite Dancer.
Tonight, it's the last round of auditions with dancers from all over the UK pulling out their best moves, hoping to impress the judges and book a place through to the next stage – Choreography Camp.
Alongside head judge Nigel Lythgoe are renowned choreographer Arlene Phillips, dancer/choreographer Sisco Gomez and presenter and former singer Louise Redknapp. Together, they are on the lookout for that special something. But that's no easy task with judges Louise and Sisco falling out over one dancer's distinctive look, plus another audition that causes Nigel to storm off...
Ruth finally turns a corner with the help of a surprising source and new doctor Dylan refuses to be cowed by a lawsuit, as the medical drama continues.
Ruth is reluctant to accept her bipolar diagnosis, particularly as she feels she can't continue to be a doctor if she is constantly dosed up on lithium. But when her old mentor, Sarah Evans, arrives on the Pysch ward, Ruth is aghast, and then astonished, to learn that Sarah is actually a patient too. Sneaking out, the two go for a coffee and Sarah confides that she has OCD and is still a functioning doctor – maybe there is hope for Ruth after all. The meeting turns sour when Ruth realises Sarah didn't sneak her out at all – Charlie engineered the whole thing...
Zoe and the gang gossip about Holby's latest doctor, Dylan Keogh, and Zoe is horrified to learn that Dylan was standing behind her all along. Throughout the day, Dylan rubs most of them up the wrong way with his brazen disregard for the rules, coupled with his know-it-all attitude. Zoe softens a little, though, when Dylan persists with a treatment, which he feels is the best thing for his patient, despite being threatened with a lawsuit.
Meanwhile, after hearing about the deterioration of a former patient, the badly disfigured Hannah Fleet, Dylan reaches for, and then rejects, a glass of wine. Is he more caring than he lets on after all?
Sally Bridges thinks the world is out to get her and she is admitted to the Pysch ward after attacking fellow researchers at her university. Her mum, Donna, arrives and tells Charlie that she is working on climate change and a lot of blue chip companies stand to lose out. But when Donna goes to collect some of Sally's research, she sees her daughter's paranoid ramblings and realises that she may have mental health issues after all.
Still fuming from Charlie's betrayal, Ruth finds Sally collapsed in the toilet and, all alone, is forced to examine her. In a moment of diagnostic brilliance, she works out that Sally's symptoms could be attributed to Lymes disease. In that moment, Ruth realises that she can be a doctor again...
Ruth is played by Georgia Taylor, Sarah Evans by Julia St John, Charlie by Derek Thompson, Zoe by Sunetra Sarker, Dylan by William Beck, Hannah by Beth Goddard, Sally by Catherine Kinsella and Donna by Michelle Holmes.
In Casualty – Who To Trust? the second special red button episode of the popular medical drama, which gives viewers a closer look at life on Holby's psychiatric ward, Ruth finally meets her match.
Ruth is bored. Her days drift by soullessly. She knows it's not where she belongs and she's desperate to be free.
As she's warming up to go for a run a mystery man walks into the day room. He says he's an alternative therapist and he challenges Ruth to a game of chess. If he can take her queen in five moves she'll at least give him the time of day. If she beats him, he'll leave.
A chess battle commences and he wins ... but only by cheating. It's up to Ruth to make the next move, but who is her opponent?
Ruth is played by Georgia Taylor and Carl by Adam Robertson.
Gary Lineker introduces highlights of the day's Premier League action, which includes title hopefuls Manchester United's visit to West Ham. Sir Alex Ferguson's side have already suffered one defeat at Upton Park this season, when the Hammers ended United's unbeaten start with a 4-0 League Cup win.
Arsenal's bid for a first league title since 2004 continues with a visit from Blackburn, while Chelsea will be hoping to maintain their 100 per cent Premier League record against Stoke. New West Brom boss Roy Hodgson faces his former team Liverpool for the first time since his brief spell at Anfield ended in disappointment. And League Cup winners Birmingham City will be looking to boost their survival hopes with a first victory over Bolton since 2007.
Elsewhere, Everton host Aston Villa, Newcastle face Wolves at St James' Park and Tottenham travel to Wigan.
Goldie's chosen group are developing their composing and performance skills ahead of the concert at Buckingham Palace, as the series showcasing the exciting talent of 12 young musicians continues.
Goldie selected the 12 after embarking on a personal nationwide search. Their talent and passion for music is at the centre of their lives and they have strived to overcome difficult circumstances for the opportunity to flourish.
They are given the opportunity to learn and train with intensive masterclasses and workshops under the guidance of some of the best names in the business – mentors and industry experts including composer Guy Chambers, singer and rapper Ms Dynamite, jazz artist Soweto Kinch and singer/songwriter Cerys Matthews.
The specially chosen group will perform at Buckingham Palace in the presence of guest of honour Prince Harry, as the grand finale of Goldie's mentoring programme.
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