Wednesday 24 Sep 2014
Roxy pushes Michael to find out what happened between him and Eddie, in the latest drama from Walford. Will he reveal all?
Elsewhere, Tanya is not impressed by Max's underhand tactics and is determined not to let him win.
Although Shirley tells Phil that she will stop drinking to support him, she quickly falls off the wagon.
Meanwhile, Janine is worried that Lydia isn't telling her the truth about her health.
Finally, Syed is angry when he finds out that Christian has told Roxy about their engagement.
Roxy is played by Rita Simons, Michael by Steve John Shepherd, Eddie by David Essex, Tanya by Jo Joyner, Max by Jake Wood, Shirley by Linda Henry, Phil by Steve McFadden, Janine by Charlie Brooks, Lydia by Heather Chasen, Syed by Marc Elliot and Christian by Johnny Partridge.
EastEnders is simulcast in HD on BBC One HD on Freesat channel 108, Freeview channel 50, Sky channel 143 and Virgin Media channel 108.
DI Gabriel has a brain scan with his consultant who says there has been a significant development – his memory is returning, as Hugo Blick's sophisticated and gripping conspiracy thriller delving into the heart of human morality continues.
Gabriel meets Glickman, who tells him to follow the money and "Counterpoint" – and then the man with the answers, Gatehouse, will find him. Gatehouse, meanwhile, makes a deal with Ratallack, telling him that he's part of the game now.
When Bede meets with Babur and opens the drugs line, the deal is on.
Sergeant Foley is willing to give information to either side of the line – to the highest bidder.
Gabriel visits Commissioner Penney and asks about "Counterpoint". Penney warns him that the last person who came to him asking similar questions – the journalist McGovern – is now dead.
Gabriel visits Alison and his young son and pleads with her to go into hiding – but Gatehouse arrives, with Glickman not far behind.
DI Gabriel is played by Chiwetel Ejiofor, Glickman by Antony Sher, Gatehouse by Stephen Rea, Ratallack by Freddie Fox, Bede by Christopher Eccleston, Babur by Stanley Townsend, Sergeant Foley by David Schofield, Commissioner Penney by Nicholas Jones and Alison by Agni Scott.
The Shadow Line is simulcast on the award-winning BBC HD channel – the BBC's High Definition channel available through Freesat 109, Freeview 54, Sky 169 and Virgin 187.
Triple Olympic champion Usain Bolt will be among the athletes on show in Norway. The Jamaican sprint sensation is due to compete in the 200m at Oslo's Bislett Stadium in what is sure to be the meeting's must-watch event.
This is the fifth of 14 Diamond League meetings held over 128 days, culminating in Brussels in September.
The action is presented by Jonathan Edwards with Colin Jackson.
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