Monday 22 Sep 2014
It's the day of the Mehndi but things don't go to plan and Tamwar is pushed to the limit, in tonight's visit to Albert Square.
Shirley is furious when she finds out who Phil's sponsor really is; and Carol and Eddie become close when he bonds with Liam.
Tamwar is played by Himesh Patel, Shirley by Linda Henry, Phil by Steve McFadden, Carol by Lindsey Coulson, Eddie by David Essex and Liam by James Forde.
EastEnders is simulcast in HD on BBC One HD on Freesat channel 108, Freeview channel 50, Sky channel 143 and Virgin Media channel 108.
Returning to work after Penny's death, Oliver struggles to cope, falling firmly off the rails, in this special flashback episode of the medical drama. Will he be able to overcome his grief in order to save a patient's life? And will the pressure finally force him to confess his secret to Hanssen?
Meanwhile, faced with her estranged mother for the first time in years, Elizabeth is forced to revisit her troubled past. But when the pair's relationship takes an all-too-familiar turn, Ric decides to intervene, with dangerous consequences.
Oliver is played by James Anderson, Hanssen by Guy Henry, Elizabeth by La Charné Jolly and Ric by Hugh Quarshie.
Luther is devastated by the news of his colleague's abduction and throws himself into the investigation, knowing Cameron has an ultimate plan that is far more horrific than any of his previous murders.
A desperate call from Caroline forces Luther to put his investigation on hold. At Caroline's house he comes face to face with Baba, Jenny's ruthless and vengeful gang boss. Baba considers Jenny her property and wants compensation from Luther for taking Jenny from her. Luther must either help her or both Caroline and Jenny will die. Baba wants him to prevent a witness, currently held in a safehouse, from implicating her grandson, Toby, in a forthcoming trial. Unable to see an alternative, Luther agrees, frustrated at once again finding himself forced to act outside of police procedure.
Idris Elba is DCI John Luther, Lee Ingleby is Cameron, Kierston Wareing is Caroline, Pam Ferris is Baba and Aimee Ffion Edwards is Jenny. Luther also stars Dermot Crowley as DCU Martin Schenk, Paul McGann as Mark North, Nikki Amuka-Bird as DS Erin Gray and Michael Smiley as DC Benny Silver.
Luther is simulcast in HD on BBC One HD on Freesat channel 108, Freeview channel 50, Sky channel 143 and Virgin Media channel 108.
Live coverage continues from the famous grass courts in London, with a number of British players hoping to grab the headlines. Last year was a miserable one for Britain's women, with all six suffering a first-round defeat. The signs are much better this year with Guernsey teenager Heather Watson the latest Brit to enter the world's top 100 after an encouraging French Open last month.
The BBC commentary team includes former champions Virginia Wade and Lindsay Davenport.
Wimbledon 2011 is simulcast on the BBC HD channel – the BBC's High Definition channel available through Freesat 109, Freeview 54, Sky 169 and Virgin 187. BBC One coverage is simulcast in HD on BBC One HD on Freesat 108, Freeview 50, Sky 143 and Virgin 108.
Rick is at his lowest ebb, as the comedy starring Jack Dee as failed stand-up and serial liar Rick Spleen continues.
With no other work on offer, he decides to set up his own stand-up comedy workshop. But the first week's class attracts just five students. Worse still, the second session includes a new wannabe comic – deranged café owner Michael. A disastrous session on how to deal with heckling backfires spectacularly, but hope is on the horizon ... in the form of an earnest council executive, Libby.
Meanwhile, Magda is trying to claim compensation after tripping on a paving stone. But it turns out that Rick is the one who's in danger of serious injury...
Rick Spleen is played by Jack Dee, Michael by Tony Gardner, Libby by Felicity Montague and Magda by Anna Crilly.
Lead Balloon 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.
The third and final part of Our War follows the transition from bloody conflict to the fight for "hearts and minds" as civilians and the military are caught in the crossfire.
In 2009, 2nd Battalion Princess of Wales Royal Regiment begin their tour picking up body parts from an IED blast. Private Mike McCabe captures intense Taliban attacks on his platoon and is also filmed being shot during an ambush.
By 2010, the Scots Guards are fighting a very different war – a battle for hearts and minds. They teach the Afghan National Police (ANP) how to maintain security and fight according to strict rules, which aim to avoid civilian casualties. "Initially I was very wary of them," admits Sergeant Rab Brown.
Guardsman Daniel Clarke is filming when a rocket-propelled grenade fired by a member of the ANP hits a three-year-old girl, who is seriously injured.
Kerry Sims invites a deaf teenager to spend a day at the farm with Nathan, as Chris Lilley's new mockumentary series continues.
Daniel seeks revenge on Nathan after one of their games goes a little too far. S.Mouse creates a home studio but gets into trouble with Lasquisha when he doesn't want her to sing on his new song, Black Balls. Jen explains Tim's training schedule of relentless exercise and the Fart Method. Tim is unimpressed with the new range of Gaystyle lickable shoes.
Daniel, Nathan Sims, S.Mouse and Jen are played by Chris Lilley. Debbie Jones plays Kerry.
A selection of monarchs, a rather unsavoury make and singing suffragettes provide the entertainment in another packed episode of the hysterical comedy sketch show featuring all things historical.
HHTV reporter Mike Peabody finds himself under attack when he gets caught up in the French Revolution; Henry VIII enjoys a highly dangerous sport for children; Saxon King Ethelred the Unready suffers a spate of online bullying from the Vikings; and the Suffragettes set the record straight in song.
Also in today's programme, the Hairy Vikings dish up some Norse delicacies to keep hunger at bay during the dark winter months; Henry I reveals his stupid death; and Madame Tussaud provides a step-by-step guide to her gruesome make.
The main cast features Mathew Baynton, Simon Farnaby, Martha Howe-Douglas, Jim Howick, Laurence Rickard and Ben Willbond.
A gunge-drenched challenge awaits the three contestants this week as they immerse themselves in a spot of Middle Age gong farming, as the historical game show presented by Dave Lamb and Horrible Histories' Rattus Rattus continues.
Oliver, Ciorstaidh and Hannah need to have their wits about them as they buzz into action to try to catch giant flies on their suits in the Egyptian Honey Slave game. And the gory gamers have to answer some toe-curling quiz questions on topics such as the Gorgeous Georgians, Awful Egyptians and Vicious Vikings, posed by the popular characters from Horrible Histories.
There is a lot at stake as there is one putrid prize waiting for the victorious contestant to take home at the end of the programme.
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