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Network TV BBC Week 22: Friday 3 June 2011

BBC ONE and BBC ONE HD
Friday 3 June 2011
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EastEnders

High Definition programme
Friday 3 June
8.00-8.30pm BBC ONE and BBC ONE HD
Trouble looms for Phil (Steve McFadden)
Trouble looms for Phil (Steve McFadden)

Roxy and Michael decide where they stand in their relationship, in the week's final visit to Albert Square.

Elsewhere, Ricky needs a reference for his new job but Phil isn't sure he wants to give him one.

Later, Phil goes to a support meeting at the community centre to show Shirley he wants to get better − but Rainie turns up. Trouble is ahead.

Roxy is played by Rita Simons, Michael by Steve John Shepherd, Ricky by Sid Owen, Phil by Steve McFadden, Shirley by Linda Henry and Rainie by Tanya Franks.

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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CBBC Friday 3 June 2011
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Horrible Histories Ep 5/13

Bank Holiday Monday 30 May to Friday 3 June
Time to be confirmed CBBC

The Frightful French feature in Friday's show as King Louis XVI and Marie Antoinette go on Historical Wife Swap with some starving French peasants. In addition, Queen Cleopatra sings about her femme fatale reputation, Woeful World War I features an ad for ladies' tights and Queen Elizabeth I is given an unusual new way of telling the time.

Elsewhere, an unfortunate patient is admitted to Roman Historical Hospital and, finally, the Bob Report condenses the reign of Tutankhamen into 90 seconds.

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