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Network TV BBC Week 43: Tuesday 25 October 2011

Tuesday 25 October 2011


High Definition programme
Tuesday 25 October
7.30-8.00pm BBC ONE and BBC ONE HD

Ben decides to stir things up between Syed and Christian leaving Syed to make an impossible decision, in the latest drama from Walford.

Meanwhile, Fatboy turns to Dot for advice on how to tell Whitney that he has feelings for her.

Elsewhere, seeing Liam and Norman bond, Pat decides to invite Norman to stay.

Ben is played by Joshua Pascoe, Syed by Marc Elliot, Christian by John Partridge, Fatboy by Ricky Norwood, Dot by June Brown, Whitney by Shona McGarty, Liam by James Forde, Norman by George Layton and Pat by Pam St Clement.


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Holby City

Tuesday 25 October
8.00-9.00pm BBC ONE

Sahira is tired of the new micro-management regime instigated by Hanssen, as the medical drama continues. She remains determined to treat her patients in the best way she knows how, until she realises how much pressure Hanssen is under.

Sacha is forced to remain secretive about the results of a patient's scan in the best interests of his team. When Chrissie suspects Sacha knows more than he's letting on, she goes behind his back to prove the patient's diagnosis is wrong. Who will be right?

Chantelle's day doesn't get off to a good start when she crashes into Ric's car, but she is determined to make it up to him.

Sahira Shah is played by Laila Rouass, Henrik Hanssen by Guy Henry, Sacha Levy by Bob Barrett, Chrissie Williams by Tina Hobley, Chantelle Lane by Lauren Drummond and Ric Griffin by Hugh Quarshie.


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BBC TWO Tuesday 25 October 2011

Later Live ... With Jools Holland Ep 6/9

Live event/outside broadcast
Tuesday 25 October
10.00-10.30pm BBC TWO

Jools Holland this week welcomes Coldplay to his circle of wonder. The band made their TV debut on the show back in May 2000. This time around, they'll be performing a couple of songs from their brand new album, Mylo Xyloto.

Ryan Adams also returns to the studio with songs from his acclaimed Glyn Johns produced album, Ashes & Fire.

New Zealand band The Phoenix Foundation are also in the ring with a couple of numbers from their fourth album, Buffalo.

Further guests are still to be confirmed.

The Later... website features exclusive content from each week's show at Friday's hour-long show is from 11.50pm-12.50am and is repeated on Saturday.


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