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Network TV BBC Week 40: Wednesday 5 October 2011

Wednesday 5 October 2011

Waterloo Road Ep 14/30

High Definition programme
Wednesday 5 October
7.30-8.30pm BBC ONE and BBC ONE HD

It's the day of Waterloo Road's rugby clash with St Mary's and Jez, under pressure to deliver the morale-boosting victory that he's promised Michael, enlists the help of combative ex-pro Ken Watling, as the drama continues.

When Ken orders that Zack be dropped from the team, Jez reluctantly agrees.

Things come to a head between a stressed-out Vicki and Ronan and when Vicki injuries herself, Sian becomes suspicious that Ronan is hitting his girlfriend.

Phoenix, meanwhile, is over the moon when Nelson presents him with a moped for his birthday, and later that night professional boundaries are crossed for Linda and Michael when she makes him an indecent proposal...

Jez is played by Alex Walkinshaw, Michael by Alec Newman, Ken Watling by Kai Owen, Zack by Lee Abbate, Vicki by Rebecca Ryan, Ronan by Ben Ryan Davies, Sian by Jaye Jacobs, Phoenix by Kaya Moore and Nelson by John Thomson.


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BBC THREE Wednesday 5 October 2011

The Fades Ep 3/6

Wednesday 5 October
9.00-10.00pm BBC THREE

Paul's decision to live two lives, as both a human and an Angelic, is put to the test as his powers develop and a new host of Angelics arrive to put him through a trial by fire. Is there room left for Jay and Mac..?

Mark has been digging into Sarah's past and discovered she spent time with Neil in a psychiatric ward. Convinced Neil must be involved in her disappearance he notifies the police. Elsewhere, Paul is spotted kissing Jay by Anna and her friends, and accidently demonstrates his powers, terrifying them all.

Mac's disappointment grows throughout the day because Paul has forgotten his birthday. Later their friendship takes a dramatic turn for the worse...

Iain De Caestecker is Paul, Daniel Kaluuya is Mac, Johnny Harris is Neil, Daniela Nardini is Helen, Lily Loveless is Anna, Tom Ellis is Mark and Sophie Wu is Jay.


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