|BBC ONE Thursday 11 September 2008|
The university's groundsman has been cleaning up graffiti for weeks and is stunned when Ruth reveals the artist's identity – his own son – as the drama set in a Midlands health centre continues. The father has been pushing his son to go to university when he actually wants to be an artist. Ruth helps the son set himself up to realise his dream.
Michelle flirts with Mike all day but he brushes her off. She is disheartened by his lack of interest and assumes he must be gay. Later, though, in the Icon bar, Mike tells Archie he just doesn't like a woman to be so full on.
Nick and Julia apologise to Joe for burdening him with so much work but Joe still seems weary. Meanwhile, Mal does some DIY around the surgery, but when he goes off on "business" without telling Julia, she becomes suspicious.
Ruth is played by Selina Chilton, Michelle by Donnaleigh Bailey, Mike by James Carlton, Archie by Matt Kennard, Nick by Michael McKell, Julia by Diane Keen and Joe by Stephen Boxer. Mal is played by guest star Ray Fearon.
Ian comes home from hospital and moves into Lucy's room, where he finds he can watch everything going on in the Square, as the drama continues in Walford.
Phil hands over a package to Max, and Ian sees something he shouldn't.
Ian is played by Adam Woodyatt, Lucy by Melissa Suffield, Phil by Steve McFadden and Max by Jake Wood.
|BBC TWO Thursday 11 September 2008|
Clare Balding and Steve Cram bring the action from finals day at the Shunyi Olympic Rowing Park where all four British teams will be hoping for success in this new Paralympic sport.
Dave Weir will be hoping for a second gold in the T54 5,000m in the Bird’s Nest athletics stadium, and in the Water Cube Dave Roberts goes in the men’s 400m freestyle.
The reporters are Lizzie Greenwood-Hughes, Phil Jones and Rishi Persad.
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.
Cup Ep 4/6
Thursday 11 September
9.30-10.00pm BBC TWO
Janice (Jennifer Hennessy)
reveals she has a romantic
It's time for the North and Midlands Under 11s Cup. Terry is trying to get Steve Robson to use his influence to persuade Bolton's chief junior scout, Geoff Hinchcliffe, to come to Birmingham to see Malky play, as the comedy series shot in a documentary style about Bolton-based Under-11s football club Ashburn United continues.
Steve, upset and distracted by the death of his father, agrees to ask Hinchcliffe as long as Terry can pay the scout's expenses. But Terry has no funds. Without knowing Terry is trying to raise cash, Janice reveals she has saved more than £400 for this weekend and has secretly booked a suite for Terry and her. Can Terry keep his hands off Janice's cash?
Terry is played by Steve Edge, Steve Robson by Billy Geraghty, Geoff Hinchcliffe by Martin Oldfield, Malky by Ceallach Spellman and Janice by Jennifer Hennessy.
|BBC THREE Thursday 11 September 2008|
Another trip through The Wrong Door – the daring sketch show set in a parallel universe where the special effects seen in the movies and on TV are part of everyday life – sees Chief Inspector Barnes of the Met struggling to balance his budget, while the offices of Baum Technologies find themselves with an unusual pest control problem.
Meanwhile, Lisa discovers that her boyfriend can make himself invisible, Trampoline Transit Ltd demonstrate an innovative commuting alternative and Susan is abducted by the Smutty Aliens ... on her birthday.
Guest stars include Gina Bellman as Jill Marsett and Doctor Fox as... Doctor Fox.