Sunday 21 Sep 2014
Phil mocks Ben's attempts at boxing and arranges for him to spar with Duncan, one of Jay's friends, as the drama in Walford continues. But Ben soon realises that he is interested in Duncan as more than a boxing partner.
Tanya continues to confide in Lauren about her condition, but can Lauren carry such a burden?
Phil is played by Steve McFadden, Ben by Josh Pascoe, Duncan by Steven France, Jay by Jamie Borthwick and Tanya by Jo Joyner.
This week David Mitchell teams up with BBC Breakfast presenter Bill Turnbull and Pineapple Dance Studio's Louie Spence, while Lee is joined by Irish comic David O'Doherty and comedy actress Katherine Parkinson, as Would I Lie To You? continues.
Throughout the course of the show, each celebrity reveals supposedly true tales for the consideration of their rivals. The aim of the game is to fool the opposition into mistaking fact for fiction and fiction for fact, and to do so panellists will need quick-wits and a poker face.
This week viewers discover if Louie deliberately makes himself cry before every performance and if David O'Doherty is actually seeing a hypnotist to cure a strange addiction...
These and many more unbelievable stories are up for discussion on this week's Would I Lie To You?.
Jam-packed with Friday fun, this week's show sees Sam and Mark give a big surprise to a mum in the studio audience when she discovers her favourite possessions have been sold on a shopping channel, as the new entertainment show for CBBC continues.
Elsewhere, an embarrassing dad gets his comeuppance when he's strapped to the Wind-Up Wheel.
Sam and Mark spend the day in Bradford with their hidden cameras – armed only with a few disguises and some dodgy accents, the boys compete to see who can last the longest without being recognised by two CBBC viewers.
The mayhem continues as two families compete for a unique prize – the chance to Win The Presenter, either Sam or Mark. But there's one twist: the families won't know anything about it until the show starts.
This week's special guest is Joe McElderry and Six-D perform live in the studio to wind-up to the weekend in style.
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