|BBC ONE Friday 7 November 2008|
Heston takes Andy for an activity day in the woods, in the week's final visit to the Mill medical centre. After a disappointing start, the day improves and Andy enjoys getting involved, gaining confidence. A delighted Heston suggests Andy should look for a career in the Army, but Andy feels Heston is being too overpowering and marches off, leaving Heston crestfallen.
George and Lily go for lunch to get to know each other. George assumes Lily knows about Daniel's past and puts her foot in it by mentioning his gambling, womanising, escorting, that he steals from his friends and that Joe has kicked him out!
A neurotic mum learns the value of relaxing when she inadvertently takes two ecstasy tablets thinking they are paracetamol. Her son got the drugs for his 18th birthday party, but when his mum becomes seriously ill, he has to call Daniel for help, who makes him see the error of his ways.
Heston is played by Owen Brenman, George by Stirling Gallacher, Lily by Seeta Indrani and Daniel by Matthew Chambers. Andy is played by guest star Jack Cooper.
Former EastEnders star Shaun Williamson makes a cameo appearance in this week's episode of surreal children's comedy series Dani's House.
Toby and Dani are set to enter the Utterly Go Dancing heats, but when Dani takes a fall, not only can she not remember the steps, she also can't even remember her own name – let alone her friends' names.
Max takes advantage of his sister's misfortune by claiming they are the best of friends and spins tales of their adventures, including one flight of fancy featuring Shaun as a mean circus clown. Max has an ulterior motive, though: he needs to get Dani to remember the combination to her safe where his favourite record has been locked away.
Toby is played by Harry Culverhouse, Dani by Dani Harmer and Max by Sebastian Applewhite.
Archie invites the Slaters for lunch, in the week's final slice of drama from Albert Square.
Meanwhile, Stacey is concerned about strange marks on Callum's legs.
Elsewhere, Lauren confesses that she knows what happened to Max.
Archie is played by Larry Lamb, Stacey by Lacey Turner, Callum by Elliott Jordan, Lauren by Madeline Duggan and Max by Jake Wood.
|BBC FOUR Friday 7 November 2008|
American singer-songwriter Randy Newman performs a concert for BBC Four from the intimate setting of LSO St Luke’s, London.
Accompanied by members of the BBC Concert Orchestra, the Academy and Grammy Award-winner performs songs from his latest critically acclaimed album, Harps & Angels, alongside classics from his career, which has, so far, spanned more than 40 years. During this career he has enjoyed huge success with his film scores for the likes of Toy Story, Meet The Parents, The Natural and Monsters Inc.
Loved for his sharp wit, Newman is behind the songs You Can Leave Your Hat On, Mamma Told Me Not To Come, Short People, Rollin’, Laugh And Be Happy and Sail Away, all of which are featured tonight.
This concert was recorded in June 2008.