Wednesday 24 Sep 2014
A devastated Mercy decides to return to Nigeria in secret, in tonight’s visit to Walford. Can Dot warn Fatboy before it's too late?
Meanwhile, Billy and Julie visit a children's home to meet their newest family member.
Syed is appalled to stumble across the remnants of Christian and Roxy's drunken antics.
Eddie finds himself a new admirer in Jean when he decides to surprise Kat and Alfie with a special treat.
Mercy is played by Bunmi Mojekwu, Dot by June Brown, Fatboy by Ricky Norwood, Billy by Perry Fenwick, Julie by Cathy Murphy, Syed by Marc Elliot, Christian by Johnny Partridge, Roxy by Rita Simons, Eddie by David Essex, Jean by Gillian Wright, Kat by Jessie Wallace and Alfie by Shane Richie.
EastEnders is simulcast in HD on BBC One HD on Freesat channel 108, Freeview channel 50, Sky channel 143 and Virgin Media channel 108.
Recoiling from Malick's punch, a bruised Dan struggles to conceal the true circumstances surrounding the violent dispute, especially when Chrissie goes to Hanssen with her concerns, as the medical drama continues.
With his ego bruised by Sunil's dominance in their partnership, Michael sets out to prove his worth.
Having resolved to overcome his unrequited feelings for Chrissie, Sacha is charmed by the attractive daughter of a patient.
Antoine Malick is played by Jimmy Akingbola, Dan Hamilton by Adam Astill, Chrissie Williams by Tina Hobley, Henrik Hanssen by Guy Henry, Sunil Bhatti by Silas Carson, Michael Spence by Hari Dhillon and Sacha Levy by Bob Barrett.
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.
Alan Yentob introduces Imagine – Lennon: The New York Years, which uncovers John Lennon and Yoko Ono's move to New York City as Lennon sought to escape the mayhem of the Beatles era and focus on his family and private life. It was in New York that Lennon created some of his most famous work, writing most of his songs in his apartment at The Dakota on Manhattan's Upper West Side.
Revealing the tumultuous life of one of the world's most famous couples as they adjusted to life in the Big Apple, the film charts the ups and downs of their creative and personal lives – including their battle against the immigration services, and Lennon's infamous "lost weekend".
Michael Epstein's documentary also features never-before-heard studio recordings from the Double Fantasy sessions and never-before-seen outtakes from Lennon in concert and his home movies.
The film includes exclusive interviews with Yoko Ono and with artists who worked closely with Lennon during this period, including Elton John and photographer Bob Gruen.
Caroline Quentin follows owners of crumbling historic buildings as they save them from ruin by restoring them into 21st-century dream houses, with the help of architectural expert Kieran Long and social historian Dr Kate Williams.
Nutbourne's pumping station is a wreck. It closed in the Seventies and is now an industrial-size bunker, full of rusting, redundant, heavy-duty machinery, having played a huge part in making drinking water safe for our grandparents' generation.
When it was built in the Thirties it was slap bang in the heyday of architectural design and, even more than that, it played a crucial role in the dark, dismal years of the Thirties Depression.
For new owners Nick and Brigitte, this rotting bunker offered the ideal space for them and their five-year-old twins. When they first bought it they had no sentimental attachment to its former life. However, as they learn more about its past, they start to feel a connection which influences their conversion plans.
The fragrance industry used to cater for the tastes of London, Paris and New York, but times are changing, as the new three-part series about the global perfume industry concludes.
New economies are the future, but what people like in a smell changes and perfumers have a lot of homework to do. The fastest growing market of all is Brazil, where citizens are obsessed with everything fragranced.
This episode follows perfumers as they peer into bathroom cabinets to monitor minute shifts in taste, and an American scent guru who has to get up the noses of Latin adolescents in order to define the smell of the next version of a mass-market bodyspray.
Tanni Grey-Thompson steps back in time to guest star as a sports reporter at the ancient Olympic Games, in this week's edition of the historical comedy sketch show.
Wedding bells are in the air as Horrible Histories rejoices in the strange nuptials of Queen Mary I and Philip II of Spain, and a Stuart groom finds out what his future wife feels about his bizarre arrangements in Historical Don't Tell The Bride.
One-Eyed Bart serves up his pirate feast in Historical Masterchef, there is a visit to Stone Age Dragons' Den and some rather unusual remedies for common ailments are prescribed in Victorian Paramedics.
The main cast stars Mathew Baynton, Simon Farnaby, Martha Howe-Douglas, Jim Howick, Laurence Rickard and Ben Willbond.
This week the three contestants, Zofia, Kelly and Jonah, are transported back in time to play games based on the Middle Ages, Egyptian, Georgian and Viking eras in the Horrible Histories spin-off game show presented by Dave Lamb and his rodent partner Rattus Rattus.
The contestants have their mental and physical agility put to the test as they battle it out to win a putrid prize. They need to grapple with the Pig Piano to try and play the pig squeals in the right order; face a race against the clock, and each other, to piece together a pyramid; and have a hair-raising time catching fleas and lice on their Georgian wigs.
For the final game the contestants need to pluck up the courage to pick the right escape door in Viking Attack. Freedom lies behind one door but a bloodthirsty Viking lurks behind the other.
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