|BBC ONE Monday 15 December 2008|
Mrs Wormwood and Kaagh reveal their true colours, in the concluding episode of this two-part adventure.
Sarah Jane and the gang, meanwhile, find themselves in a race against time when Luke is kidnapped and they discover they have a hidden enemy amongst them.
Only the Brigadier can save the day, before a final showdown at an ancient stone circle ensues.
Mrs Wormwood is played by Samantha Bond, Sarah Jane by Elisabeth Sladen, Luke by Thomas Knight and the Brigadier by Nicholas Courtney.
Bianca (Patsy Palmer) and Ricky
(Sid Owen) discuss Whitney
Whitney runs off when she hears Bianca talking to Ricky about her and Tony, in today's visit to Albert Square.
Dot, meanwhile, receives both some good news about Jim and a phone call from Dr Legg, who has a surprise in store.
Elsewhere, Pat is shocked when she reads about a forthcoming wedding.
Whitney is played by Shona McGarty, Bianca by Patsy Palmer, Tony by Chris Coghill, Dot by June Brown, Jim by John Bardon and Pat by Pam St Clements.
|BBC TWO Monday 15 December 2008|
War II – Behind Closed Doors: Stalin, The Nazis And The West
Monday 15 December
9.00-10.00pm BBC TWO
Joseph Stalin was a tyrant, responsible for the death of millions – yet he was also a vital ally of Britain and America during the Second World War.
Using unique archive material only available since the fall of Communism, the final episode of Laurence Rees's landmark history series looks at how, by the end of the War, much of Europe simply swapped the rule of one tyrant for that of another.
As the Second World War came to an end, the Soviets took over a notorious Nazi concentration camp and began imprisoning their enemies.
Minutes of confidential meetings reveal the Western Allies' alarm as much of Eastern Europe fell under Stalin's control.
The Soviets were denying millions of Europeans the freedoms which many in the West thought the War had been fought to protect. Was the Soviet Union, the wartime ally of the West, becoming the new enemy?
|BBC THREE Monday 15 December 2008|
The Clone (Stuart McLoughlin) and
Victor (Jonathan Pryce)
continue their quest to
unlock the Clone's superhuman
Victor constructs a "cortical remapping device", based on the information he learned about Rose's brain, as he and the Clone continue their quest to unlock the Clone's superhuman abilities.
Victor must also deal with something else he learned during Rose's brain scan – the fact that she seems to be in love with him. Meanwhile, the Clone learns about the concept of being "cool".
Victor is played by Jonathan Pryce, the Clone by Stuart McLoughlin and Rose by Fiona Glascott.