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EastEnders
(Subtitles)
A torn Ian heads to the police station with Bobby to find out whether his son will be charged. The Branning sisters try to clear the air, and while Lauren finally comes clean about what's going on between her and Peter, Abi is horrified to learn that her sister knew about Bobby all along
BBC One (Digital) 7:30pm-8:00pm (30 minutes) Tue 31 May

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5.2
 
     
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Ian is reeling from Lauren's return to the Square and despite Kathy's pleas for him to take a break, he and Bobby head back to the hospital - where Jane's mother Linda is less than happy to see the youngster. Lauren is frustrated when Abi refuses to help Max, while Roxy makes a decision about her future
BBC One (Digital) 8:00pm-8:30pm (30 minutes) Mon 30 May

 
     
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With Jane still in hospital and Ian on a downward spiral, Christian gives his brother-in-law the benefit of the doubt and allows him to explain everything. Will he forgive him for everything that has happened? Roxy is keen to make a fresh start and tells Ronnie she is renting a new flat, Pam confronts Babe again, and Sharon and Shirley pack away Peggy's belongings to help Phil - unaware of the effect it will have on him
BBC One (Digital) 8:00pm-8:30pm (30 minutes) Fri 27 May

 
     
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Ian struggles to come to terms with what has happened and as the pressure builds, Christian and Linda - Jane's brother and mother - turn up with worrying news from the doctors. Ronnie continues her search for Roxy, Sharon turns to Linda Carter for support as she tries to protect her family, and Pam looks for evidence to prove Babe is responsible for the blackmail
BBC One (Digital) 7:30pm-8:00pm (30 minutes) Thu 26 May

 
     
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Ian and his family wait anxiously at the hospital for news on Jane - except for Bobby, whose world is thrown into turmoil when he is arrested for the attack on his stepmother. Sharon tries to help her friends by taking control of the situation, although she is stunned by a turn of events, and a concerned Denise reaches out to an old friend
BBC One (Digital) 7:30pm-8:00pm (30 minutes) Tue 24 May

 
     
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All hell breaks loose for the Beales when Bobby strikes again, leaving Jane fighting for her life - and as if that weren't bad enough, the troubled youngster then announces what he has just done to the assembled guests at Stacey and Martin's wedding party. Can Ian continue to protect his son under such shocking circumstances? Meanwhile, Roxy comes looking for Amy at the Vic, where Linda tries to get her to open up about Dean, and Jack Ronnie spots Andy fleeing the Square
BBC One (Digital) 8:00pm-8:30pm (30 minutes) Mon 23 May

 
     
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Stacey is feeling more positive as her wedding day arrives and she tells Martin she wants to go ahead and tie the knot. But will the couple get the day of their dreams? Things take a sinister turn for the Beales when Bobby loses his temper, leading to devastating consequences that will change the family for ever. Bex and Shakil grow closer, Kyle makes a discovery and Sharon does her best to help Phil cope with his grief - although whether he wants helping is a different matter
BBC One (Digital) 8:00pm-8:30pm (30 minutes) Fri 20 May

 
     
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The Mitchells mourn the loss of their beloved matriarch Peggy, and word of her death quickly spreads around the Square, leaving many residents stunned. Sharon steps up to support her former relatives, but with Phil struggling to cope, can the family remain united? Stacey is rocked by the news and begins to have doubts about her wedding, while across the Square, Bobby overhears bad news of a different kind and takes matters into his own hands
BBC One (Digital) 7:30pm-8:00pm (30 minutes) Thu 19 May

 
     
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Sparks fly as the tension builds between the Mitchell brothers Grant and Phil - will they be able to put their differences aside for the sake of their mum? Grant is already struggling to come to terms with his mother's news that she's dying, so her decision only makes things worse, forcing him to turn to an old flame for support. Will they be able to resist temptation? However, with Peggy's health deteriorating quickly, it proves to be a day that none of the family will forget in a hurry when the former Queen Vic landlady finally succumbs to her illness. Ross Kemp returns as Grant, with Barbara Windsor making her final appearance as Peggy
BBC One (Digital) 7:25pm-8:00pm (35 minutes) Tue 17 May

 
     
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Kathy and Sharon offer to help as Phil struggles to support his mother - but he continues to push everyone away. However, just before the episode is out, another familiar face appears. Meanwhile, Ian is slammed in the local paper for his decision to sell the restaurant, and as if that weren't bad enough he is then confronted by Peggy, who tries to make him see sense. However, it seems the former Queen Vic landlady has a few loose ends to tie up as next on her list is Stacey. Will she have forgiven her for everything that happened with Archie?
BBC One (Digital) 8:00pm-8:30pm (30 minutes) Mon 16 May

 
     
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As Peggy catches up with some old friends, Sharon offers her support to Phil and encourages him to remind his mother of everything she has still to fight for. With his ex-wife's words on his mind, Phil makes plans to give his mum a day to remember - but Peggy has other ideas and instead takes them on a trip down memory lane
BBC One (Digital) 8:00pm-8:30pm (30 minutes) Fri 13 May

 
     
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Peggy breaks the news of her cancer to Phil, who refuses to accept his mother's decision to stop treatment and rallies the Mitchells to remind her of the family she has. Can he persuade her that life is still worth living? Meanwhile, Tina grows concerned about Sonia
BBC One (Digital) 7:30pm-8:00pm (30 minutes) Thu 12 May

 
     
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Phil and Aunt Sal turn up at Ronnie's after hearing that a familiar face is back in Albert Square. But Peggy has bad news for her family. Johnny is concerned about the future of his law career if Belinda reports him and Buster to the police. It soon seems everything is forgotten when she invites Mick and Linda to a hot-tub party - only for the evening to take an unexpected turn. As Sonia prepares for her doctor's appointment, a worried Bex turns to Stacey for advice
BBC One (Digital) 7:30pm-8:00pm (30 minutes) Tue 10 May

 
     
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Buster continues in his mission to prevent the supermarket buying Ian's restaurant, only for things to fall apart when Kathy embarrasses him in the street. Determined not to give up, he takes a different approach with the help of Johnny and Lee - but they soon realise their new campaign needs money. Tension simmers between Bex and Louise, who both have eyes for Square newcomer Shakil, while Jack asks Ronnie if he and Amy can move in
BBC One (Digital) 8:00pm-8:30pm (30 minutes) Mon 9 May

 
     
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Ronnie continues with her mission to find Roxy but is forced to face an upsetting reality about her sister. Ian holds a meeting with the locals in an attempt to convince them to stop boycotting his businesses - but will they listen? Kush and Martin start to clear the air, while it seems Kyle's recent actions are coming back to haunt him
BBC One (Digital) 8:00pm-8:30pm (30 minutes) Fri 6 May

 
     
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Pam remains suspicious of Les's behaviour and it isn't long before she learns an upsetting truth. Glenda realises that Ronnie doubts she is telling the truth about Roxy, so she becomes more determined than ever to earn her eldest daughter's trust and be a part of her life again. Stacey is not very impressed with Martin's new idea, although she soon finds herself being roped in to help - will all go to plan? The residents take drastic action to stop Ian from selling Beale's by preventing customers entering the restaurant
BBC One (Digital) 7:30pm-8:00pm (30 minutes) Thu 5 May

 
     
(Subtitles)
The highs and lows of life with the residents of Albert Square, Walford
BBC One (Digital) 8:00pm-9:00pm (1 hour ) Wed 4 May

 
     
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Stacey worries that she has made the wrong decision as she and a nervous Kyle prepare to be reunited with a face from the past. How will Alison Slater feel about seeing her son for the first time? Andy confronts Martin, who knows he was fired from the job and questions where his money is coming from. Sonia faces the reality of her situation after a doctor's appointment. Denise Welsh joins the cast as Alison Slater
BBC One (Digital) 7:30pm-8:00pm (30 minutes) Tue 3 May

 
     
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Sonia is shocked to hear that Tina slept with Soph and kicks both of them out, so she receives a visit from Mick, who hopes he can persuade her to listen to what his sister has to say. Stacey is worried about Kyle, who seems to be in need of his own space, Ian is fuming when he learns of Buster's plan to stop his supermarket deal, and Carmel spots Masood on his second date with Laura
BBC One (Digital) 8:00pm-8:30pm (30 minutes) Mon 2 May

 
     
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Kyle grows increasingly frustrated at Andy's flirting with Stacey and warns him to stay away, but soon regrets it when she forces him to apologise. To make matters worse, when Jack and Andy make a joke, Kyle believes Stacey has betrayed the truth about his past. Masood goes on another date, while Pam is mortified when Ben tells her she is to blame for his break-up with Paul
BBC One (Digital) 8:00pm-8:30pm (30 minutes) Fri 29 Apr

 


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