|BBC ONE Tuesday 9 September 2008|
Ronnie's friend Phil, who is a TV reporter, has told a huge lie while under pressure from his tyrant of a boss, as the medical drama continues. Phil has made up a horrible story that has shocked the residents of Letherbridge.
When Ronnie talks to Phil about it, he admits that what he really wants to do is move to Herefordshire and make cider. Phil decides to admit that the whole story was a lie, but it looks like his boss may survive for another day.
Meanwhile, it's George's birthday and she's expecting a party. Ronnie and Bracken buy her breakfast and Ronnie has bought her a spa weekend with Helen. Everyone has clubbed together to buy her a bracelet, similar to one she lost, but Melody gets it engraved incorrectly and they are late giving it to her.
The police later call round to Joe's looking for Kay, as she has been giving out his address as her own. Joe is furious with Daniel when he returns home.
Ronnie is played by Sean Gleeson, Phil by Stephen Kennedy, George by Stirling Gallacher, Melody by Elizabeth Bower, Joe by Stephen Boxer, Kay by Clare Calbraith and Daniel by Matthew Chambers.
Bianca is frustrated that she doesn't have enough money to throw a big party, in tonight's visit to Albert Square.
Bradley, meanwhile, tries to cement his friendship with Callum but this only causes more problems with Stacey.
Bianca is played by Patsy Palmer, Bradley by Charlie Clements, Callum by Elliott Jordan and Stacey by Lacey Turner.
Tensions between Faye and Jac continue, in this week's episode of the medical drama. Faye confronts Jac about meddling in her and Joseph's private life, saying that Joseph wants her to stay away from them.
Jac, meanwhile, researches Greenfields Hospital and visits posing as a student – where she finds out about Archie.
Elsewhere, Jayne and Linden fight the Holby City board, who are sceptical about their decision to keep the Tan family at Holby, while Donna's quest for a better position at Holby begins as Elliot starts to take her through some medical theory.
Faye is played by Patsy Kensit, Jac by Rosie Marcel, Joseph by Luke Roberts, Jayne by Stella Gonet, Linden by Duncan Pow, Donna by Jaye Jacobs and Elliot by Paul Bradley.
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Following his massive intake of cannabinoids, Martin leaves hospital and is reconciled with Jen, but he's frustrated when she won't have sex with him, as the comedy drama continues. Patrick, meanwhile, vows to launch a new global clothing company and starts viewing unsuitably grandiose potential offices.
When Leigh's house is repossessed, a guilty Jen asks her and her three young sons to come and stay. Martin, however, who is trying to get his marriage back on track, is not happy.
To let Jen, Leigh, Liz and Anita have a boozy girls' night in, Patrick and Martin take Dan and Leigh's troublesome eldest son to a snooker club with unfortunate consequences. Patrick offers Liz a lift home and she drunkenly sleeps with him.
At Anita and Dev's anniversary party, Dev tries to kiss Leigh. Liz warns Patrick that sleeping with him meant nothing, while Martin and Jen finally revive their sex life.
Emboldened by this change of fortune, Martin attempts a reconciliation between Patrick and Liz, but discovers that Patrick is entertaining another woman.
Marc Warren is Martin, Keeley Hawes is Jen and Alexander Armstrong is Patrick. The series also stars Sarah Alexander, Claire Rushbrook, Naomi Bentley, Rhashan Stone, Lee Ross and Emily Joyce.
|BBC TWO Tuesday 9 September 2008|
Clare Balding and Steve Cram are back with more action from the 2008 Paralympics in Beijing.
In wheelchair basketball there are key games ahead for both British teams today. The men are up against one of their main rivals, the USA, who they beat in a dramatic finish in Athens. The women have a must-win match against Brazil.
The athletics continues, with the highlight likely to be the Men’s 100m T44 where Oscar Pistorius will be looking for his first gold of the Games.
Action in the swimming pool continues with both Sascha Kindred and Nyree Lewis going for gold for Team GB. And look out for medal success from GB’s equestrian dressage team in Hong Kong.
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.
Lauren Laverne presents live coverage of the Mercury Prize from the Grosvenor House Hotel in London, including the announcement of the winner.
The coverage features clips of performances earlier in the evening by the short-listed artists and interviews with guests, before going live to the announcement, and award of the Prize, and reaction from the winning act.
Jools Holland hosts, with performances from British Sea Power, Last Shadow Puppets, Elbow, Portico Quartet, Estelle, Adele, Neon Neon and Laura Marling.
BBC Two has extended highlights of the event on Friday from 11.35pm, with full performances and highlights of the evening's action.
The 2008 albums of the year are: Adele – 19; British Sea Power – Do You Like Rock Music?; Burial – Untrue; Elbow – The Seldom Seen Kid; Estelle – Shine; Laura Marling – Alas I Cannot Swim; Neon Neon – Stainless Style; Portico Quartet – Knee-Deep In The North Sea; Rachel Unthank & The Winterset – The Bairns; Radiohead – In Rainbows; Robert Plant and Alison Krauss – Raising Sand; and The Last Shadow Puppets – The Age Of The Understatement.