Thursday 27 Nov 2014
Reporter Louise is desperate to splash her scandalous story about the judge but her editor, PD, warns her to check her facts thoroughly, as the drama following a fictional local community justice centre continues.
Coburn's overuse of "Lemon for Men" gets up everyone's nose, and crossed wires between Coburn, Louise and probation officer Haley lead to embarrassment.
Coburn finds a loophole to send one of Jake's henchmen down, eliciting a declaration of war from Jake.
Meanwhile, Darren, a young Dovefield lad who had seemed to be doing well on probation, fails to turn up for a probation meeting. Coburn's not prepared to lose another lad to Jake's empire and goes into his territory to find him. Jake, meanwhile, ramps up the pressure on Kaz, and Sharna has to rescue her from a dangerous situation.
Louise confronts Coburn but is surprised when he tells her to go ahead and print.
Coburn starts to face up to his past – against Joe's advice. This leaves Joe furious and, this time, he's had enough.
An unusual solution to Darren's case involves the help of old lag and ex-boxer Leonard Hancock, which provokes even more press attention.
Gillian Kearney plays Louise, Louis Emerick plays PD, Robert Pugh plays the judge, Tricia Penrose plays Haley, Jake Abraham plays Jake, Nicky Bell plays Darren, Ellie Paskell plays Kaz, Jodie Comer plays Sharna, Gary Mavers plays Joe and John Conteh plays Leonard.
Justice is simulcast in HD on BBC One HD on Freesat channel 108, Freeview channel 50, Sky channel 143 and Virgin Media channel 108.
Pat confronts Carol about what has been happening while she has been in New Zealand, in tonight's visit to Walford.
When Janine finds out Lydia is rich she kindly lets her stay at her flat to recuperate.
Meanwhile, Shirley asks Ben and Jay to help Heather upload a photo to her online dating profile.
Pat is played by Pam St Clement, Carol by Lindsay Coulson, Janine by Charlie Brooks, Shirley by Linda Henry, Ben by Joshua Pascoe, Jay by Jamie Borthwick and Heather by Cheryl Fergison.
EastEnders is simulcast in HD on BBC One HD on Freesat channel 108, Freeview channel 50, Sky channel 143 and Virgin Media channel 108.
Neil Oliver returns to BBC Two in a new series that continues the epic story of how ancient Britain and its people came to be, forged over thousands of years of ancient history.
In A History Of Ancient Britain Neil Oliver began a journey through Britain's rich pre-history, from the Ice Age to the very first metal workers and the end of the age of stone. A History Of Celtic Britain carries on that journey, from the height of the Bronze Age through to the age of Iron, the Celts and the first kings to the age of Rome, and the end of pre-history itself.
In tonight's first episode, it's 1000 BC and the end of the Bronze Age. Diving for 3,000-year-old treasure in Devon and pot-holing through an ancient Welsh copper mine, Neil discovers how a golden age of bronze collapsed into social and economic crisis set against a period of sharp climate change – eventually to be replaced by a new era, of iron.
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