Wednesday 24 Sep 2014
Jack feels guilty when he realises the truth and tries to make amends with Michael but Michael is more interested in getting revenge on Eddie, in tonight's visit to Albert Square.
Meanwhile, Rainie insists she is a reformed character and tries to spread the word of the Bible.
Liam reveals some shocking information to Eddie that makes him regret jumping to conclusions; and Billy, Lola and Julie prepare for the arrival of the social worker but things don't go to plan when they find out their house is up for let.
Jack is played by Scott Maslen, Michael by Steve John Shepherd, Eddie by David Essex, Rainie by Tanya Franks, Liam by James Forde, Billy by Perry Fenwick, Lola by Danielle Harold and Julie by Kathy Murphy.
EastEnders is simulcast in HD on BBC One HD on Freesat channel 108, Freeview channel 50, Sky channel 143 and Virgin Media channel 108.
Torchwood goes on the run – and finds a new enemy. But as they launch a raid on PhiCorp headquarters, Jack must confront the mysterious Oswald Danes.
Torchwood – Miracle Day stars John Barrowman and Eve Myles. The new series, created by Russell T Davies, welcomes Mekhi Phifer, Bill Pullman and Alexa Havins, plus recurring guest stars Arlene Tur and Lauren Ambrose.
Episode three includes guest stars Wayne Knight (Jurassic Park, Seinfeld), Dillon Casey (The Vampire Diaries) and Richard Gilliland (Desperate Housewives).
Five more gold medals are up for grabs on day five of the swimming finals at the World Championships in China. James Goddard leads British hopes as he competes in the two events in which he won Commonwealth gold last year. His first chance of a maiden world title comes in the 200m individual medley, although he must overcome the phenomenal American Ryan Lochte. Goddard also swims in the semi-finals of the 200m backstroke.
The women's 200m butterfly could feature Gemma Lowe, who won 100m bronze for Wales at the Commonwealth Games, and there is a strong medal chance for Great Britain's women – including Rebecca Adlington – in the 4x200m freestyle final.
Hazel Irvine introduces first-round action from Carnoustie as the world's top 15 women compete with the rest of the field for the final major of the year.
The stellar cast list is headed by defending champion and world No. 1 Yani Tseng. This year, the 22-year-old from Taiwan became the youngest female player to have won four major titles, but it is more than a decade since anyone successfully defended the British Open. Tseng faces stiff competition from the likes of former winners Jiyai Shin, Karrie Webb and Scotland's Catriona Matthew.
Coverage of the second round continues tomorrow on BBC Two at 2.15pm.
Roger Norrington's radical take on Mahler's epic masterpiece, the epitome of late-Romantic symphonies, is performed at tonight's Prom from London's Royal Albert Hall.
It will be an emotional night as this is one of Norrington's final concerts as Principal Conductor of his beloved Stuttgart Radio Symphony Orchestra.
Red button viewers can also select Maestrocam – a continuous shot of the conductor with an expert commentary about the music as it is being played.
Presented by Charles Hazlewood, this Prom took place on 25 July.
BBC Proms 2011 are 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.
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