Wednesday 24 Sep 2014
Kat is riddled with guilt but this soon turns to panic when Mark arrives at The Vic, in the week's first visit to Albert Square. She gets rid of him, but it's clear Mark isn't going to give up.
When Amira arrives in Walford with Yasmin, Masood and Tamwar are delighted to meet her. However, Syed finds it hard to stay away from his daughter and he heads over to see her with Christian in tow – but Amira is adamant she doesn't want Christian anywhere near Yasmin.
Elsewhere, Fatboy finds it hard to see Whitney and Tyler together and Ian tries his best to impress Mandy.
Kat is played by Jessie Wallace, Mark by Chris Simmons, Amira by Preeya Kalidas, Masood by Nitin Ganatra, Tamwar by Himesh Patel, Syed by Marc Elliott, Christian by John Partridge, Fatboy by Ricky Norwood, Whitney by Shona McGarty, Tyler by Tony Discipline, Ian by Adam Woodyatt and Mandy by Nicola Stapleton.
Lorraine Pascale's Home Cooking Made Easy comes to a delicious finale with scrumptious recipes that are "simple" yet fabulous.
Two great canapés – sausage rolls' big night out and bacon and mature cheddar cheese twisties – are moreish takes on everyone's favourite classics.
Next, Lorraine shares the secrets of making stylish pain d'epi – wheat stalk shaped bread – proving it is possible to bake French bread at home. She also brings a taste of Spain to the table with her rioja braised lamb shanks with chorizo and garlic, served with buttery fast-baked mashed potato.
Finally, with a combination of art, baking and good home cooking, Lorraine reveals the fantastic graffiti cake. It looks amazing and is incredibly easy to make – and there's even a lollipop thrown in. Home cooking has never been so stunning and simple.
A journey of Stoke-on-Trent as a city built on clay and the heart of Britain's once world-leading ceramics empire is charted in this second film in the Ceramics – A Fragile History series.
On the back of the new 17th-century vogue for tea, pottery in Britain exploded into a cutting-edge industry, a source of enormous national pride and an internationally renowned export.
The programme introduces the key characters responsible for putting British ceramics on the map: from Josiah Wedgwood – innovator, artist and marketing genius – and Josiah Spode, who revolutionised the industry by inventing bone china, to 20th-century ceramicists Clarice Cliff and Susie Cooper who designed ceramics that were elegant yet affordable. It also uncovers how demands for cheap labour since the Eighties have forced the closure of all but a handful of these great factories.
Contributors include AN Wilson, Neil Brownsword, Lucy Worsley, Miranda Goodby, Emmanuel Cooper and Matthew Rice.
Handmade In Britain, an ambitious year-long BBC Four partnership with the Victoria and Albert Museum, is the most wide-ranging and ambitious exploration of decorative arts ever on British television.
Rastamouse, the cool, crime-fighting, mystery solving mouse, voiced by actor and BBC Radio 1 star Reggie Yates, returns in brand new episodes for CBeebies.
In Monday's episode, Bagga T and Missy D should be rehearsing for the big Mouse Splash Concert but Bagga has lost his rap and can't perform. Can Rastamouse help Bagga rediscover his groove?
Da Easy Crew are doing a live jam for Real FM on Tuesday when their gig is interrupted. The double-decker bus that Fats has been repairing has been stolen so Rastamouse must come up with a plan to track down the missing bus and make a "bad ting good".
Wednesday is the day of da Perfec' Pizza competition but someone is sabotaging everyone's entries, so Rastamouse must cook up a tasty plan to put prize-winning pizzas on da menu.
On Thursday it's da big cricket match and Wensley Dale's star player is injured. Scratchy must show some special skills to help win da President's cricket cup.
And Friday sees the launch of an unusual comic publication as The Easy Crew are determined that Wensley Dale and the rest of Grove Town have something new to read.
Young experimenters from around the country join Nina and her team of Neurons as they undergo a series of experiments to discover more about our brilliant bodies.
On Monday, Nina investigates what scabs are for and is joined by young experimenters Megan, Oscar and Ross. Together they discover that scabs protect our damaged skin and stop cuts becoming infected.
Eyes are the subject of investigation on Tuesday as Megan, Thomas and Zara join Nina in her lab and discover how our eyes help us see.
On Wednesday, Brodie, Callum and Maykl visit Nina to learn more about what makes us burp, while on Thursday Nina discovers why our backs are so bumpy with the help of Cara, Kai and Rianna. Their experiments show that our spine is made up of many small bones with soft discs in-between to protect them.
And finally, on Friday, experimenters Freya, Laura and Wannie help Nina discover how our lungs help us breathe.
The alien-busting antics continue in The Sarah Jane Adventures with the first part of a brand new story.
Joseph Serf has launched his new SerfBoard, the must-have computer that no one can resist owning. Intrigued, Sarah Jane takes Luke and Sky to investigate what's so compelling about Serf and his business.
Clyde and Rani take a SerfBoard to pieces, suspecting alien technology may be the answer...
Sarah Jane is played by the late Elisabeth Sladen, Joseph Serf by Mark Aiken, Luke by Tommy Knight, Sky by Sinead Michael, Clyde by Daniel Anthony and Rani by Anjli Mohindra.
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