|BBC ONE Monday 8 September 2008|
Joe is resting in bed after he collapsed last week and Daniel, who still feels guilty about the whole Kay business, passes on everyone's best wishes to him, in the first of this week's visits to the Midlands-based medical drama.
Mal, meanwhile, turns up to see Julia and, hating to see her stressed, offers to help. She sends him over to the campus surgery where he helps George with an Italian patient and Ruth with her summary on patient ethnicity.
Elsewhere, George and Mike deal with a patient who appears to be hallucinating, only to discover that he's an alcoholic who is desperately trying to keep his girlfriend.
Joe is played by Stephen Boxer, Daniel by Matthew Chambers, Mal by Ray Fearon, Julia by Diane Keen, George by Stirling Gallacher, Ruth by Selina Chilton and Mike by James Carlton.
Ricky has a hot date but can't shake the feelings he has for Bianca, in this week's first visit to Walford. Suzy and Max, meanwhile, move into No. 27, but Max seems to be plotting something.
Ricky is played by Sid Owen, Bianca by Patsy Palmer, Suzy by Maggie O'Neill and Max by Jake Wood.
|BBC TWO Monday 8 September 2008|
Clare Balding and Steve Cram bring action from the first day of athletics in the 2008 Paralympics. In the Bird’s Nest stadium, Britain’s Shelly Woods competes in the day’s main event, the women’s T54 5,000m final. David Weir and South African Oscar Pistorius start their Paralympic campaigns in the heats of the T54 5,000m and T44 100m. The athletics commentators are Steve Cram, Paul Dickenson and Dame Tanni Grey-Thompson.
The action continues at the Laoshan Velodrome where the cycling team will hope for more success, with Jody Cundy and Sarah Storey in action. And there’s another packed day of swimming at the Water Cube, with a host of gold medals up for grabs. Dave Roberts goes for his first gold in the 100m freestyle.
This programme is also available on the BBC HD channel. From 10am to 4pm, digital viewers can access more live coverage of events via BBCi on the Red button and broadband.
The Hairy Bakers delve into the world of celebration cakes in this week's concluding episode, as they face their biggest challenge to date.
Dave Myers and Simon King are tasked with making a five-tier wedding cake. However, they've never made a wedding cake before, let alone an iced extravaganza of these proportions.
On a quest to find out more, Dave and Simon visit Patisserie Viennoise in Otley, Yorkshire, where they learn that the art of chocolate is a "dark and mysterious, seductive yet confusing world".
To get up to speed cake-wise, Dave and Simon start by making not one, but two tailor-made birthday cakes for four-year-old twins. They make a layered chocolate cake for Toby and a princess castle cake for Tessa.
Finally, the Hairies journey to Manchester to meet Helen and Jonnie, the couple who are prepared to let them loose on their wedding cake.
The boys decide to bake a traditional fruit cake with their own special twist. Using quantities of ingredients so large, the cake has to be mixed in a wheel barrow.
After baking and putting marzipan on the cakes, the boys attend sugar craft lessons before they attempt to begin decorating and then constructing the five tiers.
It's art meets engineering for the boys and, as the bride and groom are followed in the nail-biting lead-up to their wedding, will the cake be ready on time and worthy of celebration?