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Network TV BBC Week 2: Tuesday 11 January 2011

Tuesday 11 January 2011


High Definition programme
Tuesday 11 January
7.30-8.00pm BBC ONE and BBC ONE HD

Ronnie tries her best to stay away from the funeral, but something inside her wills her to go, as the drama continues in Walford.

Elsewhere, Tiffany continues to make Carol anxious over their secret.

Ronnie is played by Samantha Womack, Tiffany by Maisie Smith and Carol by Lindsey Coulson.

EastEnders is simulcast in HD on BBC One HD on Freesat channel 108, Freeview channel 50, Sky channel 143 and Virgin Media channel 108.


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Holby City

High Definition programme
Tuesday 11 January
8.00-9.00pm BBC ONE and BBC ONE HD
Joseph (Luke Roberts) makes a big decision
Joseph (Luke Roberts) makes a big decision

Joseph decides to pull back his hours to spend more time with his infant son Harry, but when Hanssen offers him a promotion it becomes more difficult to put family first, as the medical drama continues. Joseph eventually avoids getting sucked back in to long hours at the expense of his son when he decides to leave the hospital for good.

Sacha has tried everything to get back on Chrissie's good side. He's apologised, bought her shoes, and now he's volunteered to supervise her on her first week after her hearing. But Chrissie isn't having it and Sacha's apologetic efforts sideline his patients, putting their health at risk.

When Frieda learns she's being laid off, Penny begs her to consider applying for an F1 position; she's been a doctor before, after all. Frieda refuses at first but a day facing the wrath of the unforgiving Malick might just give her the motivation...

Joseph is played by Luke Roberts, Henrik by Guy Henry, Sacha by Bob Barrett, Chrissie by Tina Hobley, Frieda by Olga Fedori, Penny by Emma Catherwood and Malick by Jimmy Akingbola.


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Silent Witness – Lost: Part 2 Ep 4/10

Tuesday 11 January
9.00-10.00pm BBC ONE

Leo attends the scene of Kelly's murder at DI Hardwick's request, in the concluding part of this episode of the forensic crime drama. It looks similar to the Bentley murders and the team speculate that it could be a copycat killing.

When the body of Kelly Summers arrives for post-mortem, Harry's examination reveals a textbook copy of the Bentley murders. Unable to find any evidence of penetrative rape, it appears that the wounds to the woman's abdomen and genitalia were inflicted after she died.

Meanwhile, Janet confronts Leo, who offers his usual excuse of "work". Exasperated, Janet knows he is hiding something and Leo invites her to see what's been keeping him so preoccupied. Janet speculates that the discovery of the bog body may have inspired a copycat killer to murder Kelly Summers.

While sifting through files from the 1985 investigation, DI Hardwick finds a letter to Bentley which unleashes a bombshell. She wonders whether Bentley may have had an accomplice.

When a TV crew arrives at the Fisher farmhouse to interview Carol, her husband, Bill, snaps and brutally attacks the journalist, landing himself in police custody for the night.

Karl Bentley watches the debacle on TV in his prison cell. Increasingly concerned by developments, and after reading newspaper reports about Kelly Summers, he calls Leo and asks to see him.

Professor Leo Dalton is played by William Gaminara, DI Hardwick by Christine Tremarco, Dr Harry Cunningham by Tom Ward, Janet by Jaye Griffiths, Carol Fisher by Barbara Flynn and Bill Fisher by Keith Bartlett.


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