Saturday 21 Dec 2013
Coburn takes delivery of a new bike and cuts quite a dash as he roams around Dovefield, as BBC One Daytime's new drama starring Robert Pugh and Gary Mavers continues.
Court reporter Louise continues to dig into the Judge's background. Old neighbours are happy to gossip and Chinese whispers start to spread in the Justice Centre about Coburn.
Joe Gateacre, meanwhile, tells the staff off for engaging ridiculous rumours – he doesn't want anyone bad-mouthing the Judge as the job is hard enough without being undermined by the team.
Joe and Louise later clash and Joe dismisses Louise when she tells him that the Judge is playing him. He's backed Coburn to the hilt but has he been taken for a ride?
Kaz is getting drawn further and further into Jake's world and alarm bells start ringing for Sharna, who tries to warn her, but Kaz can't see it.
Elsewhere, Peter, a teenage drug dealer, is up in front of the Judge – Peter is one of Jake Little's associates and Joe sees this as a perfect opportunity to demonstrate the tough line they're going to take on drugs. His mother, Kelly, appeals to Coburn directly and his left-field approach provides surprising results for both Peter and Coburn.
Robert Pugh plays Judge Patrick Coburn, Gillian Kearney plays Louise Scanlon, Gary Mavers plays Joe Gateacre, Ellie Paskell plays Kaz Kenny, Jake Abraham plays Jake Little, Jodie Comer plays Sharna Mulhearne, Chris Mason plays Peter and Kelli Hollis plays Kelly. The cast also features Tom Georgeson as Father Jim Kelly, Tricia Penrose as Haley, Daniel Brocklebank as Jason, Sean McKee as Mitchell and Jean Boht as Mrs Roden.
Justice is simulcast in HD on BBC One HD on Freesat channel 108, Freeview channel 50, Sky channel 143 and Virgin Media channel 108.
Disaster strikes at Afia and Tamwar's engagement party when the roof of the Argee Bhajee collapses, as the drama in Albert Square continues.
Ricky, meanwhile, goes looking for Whitney and gets into trouble with the police, and Heather joins an online dating agency.
Elsewhere, Pat arrives back from New Zealand and is shocked to hear the news about Bianca and Whitney. And Carol informs Janine that her grandmother, Lydia, is ill in hospital.
Afia is played by Meryl Fernandes, Tamwar by Himesh Patel, Ricky by Sid Owen, Heather by Cheryl Fergison, Pat by Pam St Clement, Carol by Lindsey Coulson, Janine by Charlie Brooks and Lydia by Margaret Tyzak.
EastEnders is simulcast in HD on BBC One HD on Freesat channel 108, Freeview channel 50, Sky channel 143 and Virgin Media channel 108.
It's the day of the interviews for the consultancy role and both Jac and Sahira are keen to impress, as the medical drama continues.
Sahira is tested when a patient, whom she's previously diagnosed with a benign tumour, is re-admitted with serious complications. Will she be able to keep her distance from a dying patient and his deaf son and not jeopardise her chances of impressing Hanssen in her interview?
Malick, meanwhile, deals with a patient who claims he's been stabbed in a botched burglary. However, when his wife is brought onto the ward from the emergency department, all is not what it seems and Malick is required to use cunning rather than aggression to control the situation.
Dan books a weekend away in Barcelona as a surprise for a tired Chrissie but the overblown gesture misfires. It's only when Dan speaks to their patient that he learns the way to Chrissie's heart.
Jac is played by Rosie Marcel, Sahira by Laila Rouass, Hanssen by Guy Henry, Malick by Jimmy Akingbola, Dan by Adam Astil and Chrissie by Tina Hobley.
Holby City is simulcast in HD on BBC One HD on Freesat channel 108, Freeview channel 50, Sky channel 143 and Virgin Media channel 108.
Darren wakes up next to a beautiful woman, but what should be his dream come true turns out to be a complete nightmare – particularly when he has absolutely no clue as to who she is or how he got there – as the comedy continues.
Suffering from a dreadful hangover, and to make matters even worse, Darren opens the front door to find Ollie ready and waiting to start the day's work of fitting a fireplace in the very house Darren is trying to leave.
Meanwhile, Ollie's crush, Emma, must face up to some serious money trouble with her financial backer in town. Her only hope is to quickly come up with some money-making ideas – could Ollie have the answers?
Joel Fry plays Darren, Will Mellor plays Ollie, Georgia Moffett plays Emma and Dexter Fletcher as Ian. White Van Man also stars Naomi Bentley as Liz, Clive Mantle as Tony and guest stars Susy Kane as Lucy and Debbie Chazen as Pauline.