Tuesday 21 May 2013
Christian forces Zainab into an emotional showdown over his adoption plans, while Syed reaches a momentous decision about their future, in tonight’s visit to Walford.
Billy and Julie are thrown when Lola arrives on their doorstep, leaving chaos in her wake.
Meanwhile, Tamwar and Afia receive an offer of a place to stay from someone unexpected.
Christian is played by Johnny Partridge, Zainab by Nina Wadia, Syed by Marc Elliot, Billy by Perry Fenwick, Julie by Kathy Murphy, Lola by Danielle Harold, Tamwar by Himesh Patel and Afia by Meryl Fernandes.
EastEnders is simulcast in HD on BBC One HD on Freesat channel 108, Freeview channel 50, Sky channel 143 and Virgin Media channel 108.
One day, nobody dies. All across the world, nobody dies. And then the next day, and the next, and the next, people keep ageing – they get hurt and sick, but they never die. The result: a population boom, overnight.
With all the extra people, resources are finite. It’s said that in four month's time, the human race will cease to be viable. But this can’t be a natural event – someone’s got to be behind it. It’s a race against time as CIA agent Rex Matheson investigates a global conspiracy. The answers lie within an old, secret British institute. As Rex keeps asking: "What is Torchwood?", he’s drawn into a world of adventure, and a threat to change what it means to be human ... for ever.
In The New World, the launch episode of Torchwood: Miracle Day, Agent Rex Matheson is impaled in a car crash and miraculously survives, while his analyst, Esther Drummond, sets out to discover what Torchwood is. Far away, in Wales, Gwen Cooper lives in hiding with her husband Rhys and daughter Anwen – she’s the last surviving Torchwood member and is determined to stay hidden. In Kentucky, convicted murderer Oswald Danes survives his own execution. And when Esther meets the mysterious Captain Jack Harkness, assassins are activated to kill them all...
Hazel Irvine and Dan Walker present live action as the 140th Open Championship day one leader board begins to take shape.
Royal St George's first played host to the Open Championship 117 years ago. England’s John Henry Taylor shot a first round 84 but still went on to lift the Claret Jug. Twelve months ago it was Rory McIlroy, so often a low scorer in the opening rounds, who took centre stage at St Andrews. The Northern Irishman opened his tournament with a 63, the best round of the entire four days of competition; it left him two shots clear of eventual winner Louis Oosthuizen.
Commentary comes from Peter Alliss, Ken Brown, Andrew Cotter, Wayne Grady, Mark James, Philip Parkin and Maureen Madill. Mark Pougatch and Russell Fuller both report from the course.
Coverage continues tomorrow on BBC Two from 9am.
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