|BBC ONE Friday 19 September 2008|
Following the suicide of a student, Julia speaks to university staff about the counselling support available at the Campus surgery, as the drama set in a Midlands health centre continues.
During her visit Julia discovers three people struggling to come to terms with their guilt over the suicide – the dead girl's boyfriend; her best friend who slept with him; and her psychology professor, with whom she was infatuated.
Meanwhile, Daniel is showering at the Mill when Archie and Mike steal his clothes. He is caught going to his room naked by a disgusted Vivien and an amused Michelle. Daniel is embarrassed and angry and calls his mum in Greece for support, who suggests he join her out there for a couple of weeks. He asks Julia for time off, and Julia, unable to believe it, gives in when he promises to come back refreshed.
Nick goes for a lunch date with Caroline. When she asks him why Ronnie warned her off him, he tells her that he slept with George. Caroline tells him life is too short and they fall amorously from the sofa to the floor. Later, Nick apologises for his impotence, but Caroline assures him it doesn't matter.
Julia is played by Diane Keen, Daniel by Matthew Chambers, Archie by Matt Kennard, Mike by James Carlton, Vivien by Anita Carey, Michelle by Donnaleigh Bailey and Nick by Michael McKell. Caroline is played by guest star Rae Baker.
Stacey and Danielle are chatted up by a couple of likely lads in the final visit of the week to Albert Square. Stacey has to make a big decision about what she really wants from life – security or adventure.
Tanya finally gets the whole truth out of Jack, but will it ruin their relationship?
Stacey is played by Lacey Turner, Danielle by Lauren Crace, Tanya by Jo Joyner and Jack by Scott Maslen.
Gary Lineker presents coverage of the first day of the Ryder Cup from Valhalla, as the four morning four-ball matches and four afternoon foursomes ties are completed. Two years ago at the K Club, Europe held a 5-3 lead after the opening day.
|BBC TWO Friday 19 September 2008|
Sue Barker introduces live coverage from Wimbledon as Great Britain face Austria in the Davis Cup World Group play-offs.
Britain are bidding to avoid relegation from the competition's top tier following February's 4-1 loss to Argentina, and will be relying on Andy Murray to give them a winning start in today's singles.
Austria will be pinning their hopes on Stefan Koubek and Jurgen Melzer, both ranked in the top 100, buoyed by the fact they won 3-2 in the last encounter between the two nations in 2004.
|BBC FOUR Friday 19 September 2008|
More Than This... The Roxy Music Story
Friday 19 September
9.00-9.55pm BBC FOUR
Roxy Music exploded onto the music scene in 1972 with a combination of various musical influences together with singer Bryan Ferry's love of film, art and fashion that set them apart from the other musical acts of the day.
More Than This... tells the story of Roxy Music from 1972 to the present day, with exclusive contributions from band members, the people who worked with them and luminaries who loved them. The film shows how they influenced generations of musicians and why they are still a musical force to be reckoned with.
After moving to London to work as an artist and sculptor, Ferry, who studied fine art at Newcastle University, began to recruit the core members of Roxy Music. Together with Ferry, Phil Manzanera, Andy Mackay, Paul Thomson and Brian Eno give exclusive interviews for this film.
When Eno left the band after the release of their second album, For Your Pleasure, the group recruited Eddie Jobson as a replacement. Their next LP, Stranded, was their first UK
No. 1 album. The band released eight studio albums in 10 years, leaving a remarkable legacy of albums and singles, album sleeves, live shows and videos, before the group went their separate ways.
In 2001 it was announced the group would reform with original members Ferry, Manzanera, MacKay and Thomson for a series of live shows. In 2006 Roxy Music returned to the studio to record new material for a new album, their first since Avalon in 1982. The film ends by visiting the group as they record this material and shows Ferry and Eno working together in the studio for the first time in more than 30 years.
Contributors include Bono, Steve Jones of the Sex Pistols, Siouxsie Sioux, Nile Rodgers of Chic, John Taylor of Duran Duran, Alison Goldfrapp, Gary Tibbs, Martyn Ware of Human League, producers Chris Thomas and Rhett Davies, mix engineer Bob Clearmountain, artist Tim Head, journalists Richard Williams and Tim de Lisle and writers Simon Reynolds and Michael Bracewell.