Wednesday 24 Sep 2014
Christian tells Syed that he needs to talk to Zainab about their adoption but Syed isn't so sure, as the drama in Walford continues.
Meanwhile, Mercy is shocked when she finds out that it was Fatboy's dad who reported her to immigration.
Elsewhere, Masood and Yusef have an altercation leading Yusef to stir things up further by hinting of his relations with Zainab.
Christian is played by by John Partridge, Syed by Marc Elliott, Zainab by Nina Wadia, Mercy by Bunmi Mojekwu, Fatboy by Ricky Norwood, Masood by Nitin Ganatra and Yusef by Ace Bhatti.
EastEnders is simulcast in HD on BBC One HD on Freesat channel 108, Freeview channel 50, Sky channel 143 and Virgin Media channel 108.
Dan tries to do right by his best mate, who has a long-standing knee injury, but it seems that his condition is a lot worse than Dan realised, as the medical drama continues. The pressure intensifies when Malick becomes involved and discovers that the situation is Dan's fault.
Hanssen sets out to reignite the old magic that he and Sahira once shared when she was his trainee. He attempts to get her into a crossover operation with him, despite her fears that she might not be ready.
Meanwhile, Frieda tries to keep her emotions in check when she receives a call from her family with bad news.
Dan Hamilton is played by Adam Astill, Antoine Malick by Jimmy Akingbola, Henrik Hanssen by Guy Henry, Sahira Shah by Laila Rouass and Frieda Petrenko by Olga Fedori.
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.
There is plenty of "goo and pooh" in Tuesday's edition of Horrible Histories, as some medieval knights discover the most disgusting way to attack a castle, the Saxons demonstrate the stupidest way to lose a battle and a Georgian goes shopping in a modern pet shop.
After realising how quickly Horrible Histories fans learn the songs, this series the Horrible Histories team have created a devilishly difficult ditty featuring all the Kings and Queens of England, from William the Conqueror through to our current monarch.
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