Wednesday 29 Oct 2014
At a military aerodrome, Jack is preparing to return to America in the last episode of this new five-part series of BBC One Daytime's award-winning period drama. And Bea still wants an explanation from Billy as to why he's pushing her away.
At the hospital, Esther goes to see Martin, who has had his operation, but they still don't know if he'll ever see again. Later, Esther returns the money to Finch. Finch is confused about where she's got it from and, when he realises, all he wants is revenge.
Henry goes to see Connie and is hurt by her laughter. Connie apologises and is stunned by his attempts to win her round.
Joyce is angry and disillusioned with the Land Army as she and Tucker collect the traps. As she tries to get Tucker to admit that he killed Lord Hoxley, they row and she lashes out at him, pushing him into a trap which closes around his ankle. Tucker pleads for help but Joyce goes into shock and freezes...
As General Garwood supervises the troops moving out of the Manor House, Jack goes to collect Bea and William. As they drive off, Billy can't hold back his tears and, when he finds William's teddy left behind, Billy heads off to the Manor House to find them.
Jack Gillespie is played by Clive Wood, Bea by Jo Woodcock, Billy by Liam Boyle, Esther by Susan Cookson, Martin by Mykola Allen, Finch by Mark Benton, Henry by Liam Garrigan, Bishop Selvey by Oliver Ford Davies, Connie by Seline Hizli, Joyce by Becci Gemmell, Tucker by Danny Webb, General Garwood by Stuart Milligan, Lady Ellen Hoxley by Sophie Ward and Diana Granville by Raquel Cassidy.
Land Girls is simulcast in HD on BBC One HD on Freesat channel 108, Freeview channel 50, Sky channel 143 and Virgin Media channel 108.
Alfie tries to convince Kat to put the past behind her and that her future is at the Vic, in the last visit of the week to Walford.
Despite Sonia and Carol's desperate intervention, Bianca makes a devastating decision.
Meanwhile, Syed has a change of heart.
Alfie is played by Shane Richie, Kat by Jessie Wallace, Sonia by Natalie Cassidy, Carol by Lindsey Coulson, Bianca by Patsy Palmer and Syed by Marc Elliot.
EastEnders is simulcast in HD on BBC One HD on Freesat channel 108, Freeview channel 50, Sky channel 143 and Virgin Media channel 108.
It's the ultimate showdown for the Hustlers as they take on their trickiest mark yet, as the drama continues.
Mickey and Albert pay a visit to the first Wendell Casino to open in Britain. The Wendell family have run casinos for generations and are notorious for their strict policy on cheaters, vowing to take down anyone who tries to con them. The no-nonsense family loathe "grifters", adding photos to their very own wall of shame once they've been caught, to ensure their days of dishonesty are over.
Albert is angered to find that a photo of his great-great-granddad, Charlie Stroller, has pride of place on the wall. The casino's current owner, Marcus Wendell, claims that Charlie was the first ever grifter that the Wendell family caught. Knowing that Charlie was innocent, Albert is prepared to pay any price to clear Charlie's name and have the photo taken down, even if it means the Hustle gang have their own photos added in its place.
Albert proposes a high-stakes deal to Marcus. If the Hustlers can win a game on the original Wendell roulette wheel, under Marcus's watchful eye, the photo comes down. However, if they lose, their days as grifters are over as there's no coming back from being busted by a Wendell. It's poker chips at dawn as the Wendell versus Stroller rematch commences.
Mickey, Albert, Ash, Sean and Emma are the best in the business but can they outsmart someone who knows all the tricks in the book?
Mickey is played by Adrian Lester, Albert by Robert Vaughn, Marcus Wendell by Michael Brandon, Ash by Robert Glenister, Sean by Matt Di Angelo and Emma by Kelly Adams.
As BBC Radio 3 broadcasts its Genius Of Mozart season, BBC Four reflects the strand by giving viewers another chance to see the celebrated Mozart Uncovered series.
Each episode of this three-part series concentrates on one of Mozart's mature masterpieces – two symphonies and a piano concerto, tonight focusing on his Symphony No. 40.
In the first half of each programme, conductor Charles Hazlewood explains and demonstrates how Mozart's music is put together, with the help of a specially formed orchestra playing period instruments.
Each episode concludes with a complete filmed performance of the work.
When two refugees are left at the Dumping Ground, Gus tries to find out what their story is, as the award-winning children's drama continues. Meanwhile, Tracy has a surprise for Lily that ends in disaster.
Two Yoruba speaking brothers, Ade and Dayo, arrive at the Dumping Ground having been found on a motorway.
The residents slowly find out about their harrowing tale and, wrongly believing that immigration will return them home, they hide the brothers in the attic. However, the brothers think that they have been imprisoned and run away.
Anxious to show Lily what a great "big sister" she is, Tracy breaks the rules and invites Carmen and Tee to the flat when Cam is not around. But, when the brothers go missing and Mike calls Tracy back to work, chaos ensues as the girls get chilli in their eyes making face packs and accidentally start a fire.
Can Tracy and Mike manage to find the brothers? And what will Mike and Cam say when they find out that Tracy has broken the rules?
Noah Marullo plays Gus, Dani Harmer plays Tracy Beaker, Jessie Williams plays Lily, Timi Lamikanra plays Ade, Mohammed Mansaray plays Dayo, Amy-Leigh Hickman plays Carmen, Mia McKenna-Bruce plays Tee, Lisa Coleman plays Cam and Connor Byrne plays Mike.
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