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EastEnders
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Keen to continue their night, a drunken Kim and Kat use Denise's spare keys to sneak into the Vic and steal wine. Linda soon catches them and demands they pay, so Kim heads off to get some money. She then receives a text from Vincent and spots a car with its headlights on, causing her to flee. What is she so afraid of? Back at the pub, a fight ensues when Linda questions Kat's skills as a mother and starts to call social services. The pair are interrupted by a terrified Kim, who runs in, followed by Shirley. With the door bolted, Kim is left to explain all about the baby's father. Meanwhile, Whitney is heartbroken when Lee reveals he's going back to the Army
BBC One (Digital) 7:30pm-8:00pm (30 minutes) Thu 5 Mar

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It's the day of Linda's ultrasound scan, and while Elaine is ecstatic to see the baby, it's clear to her that her daughter is struggling. Later on, as the expectant mum opens up, she breaks down and reveals her fears. The pressure continues to grow for Kat when she learns Tommy is sick and has to collect him from nursery. Dot refuses to accept Sharon's help during a prison visit and asks her to stay away in future
BBC One (Digital) 7:30pm-8:00pm (30 minutes) Tue 3 Mar

 
     
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The party at the Vic comes to an abrupt halt when the police deliver worrying news about Dean. Shirley refuses to believe what they are saying, while Nancy realises Linda has lied to her. Sharon offers Shirley some advice, telling her she needs to fight for both of her sons, and Denise grows worried when an exhausted Kim refuses to let anyone help her with the baby
BBC One (Digital) 8:00pm-8:30pm (30 minutes) Mon 2 Mar

 
     
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Sharon is welcomed into her mum's house, where she meets her half-brother, although things prove awkward when it becomes clear he doesn't recognise her - leaving Linda to cover for her friend. As the women return to the Square, Sharon decides to take charge of her problems, while over at the Vic, Linda has something important to tell Mick and Nancy - can she bring her family back together? Kim tells Denise the truth about the baby's father
BBC One (Digital) 8:00pm-8:30pm (30 minutes) Fri 27 Feb

 
     
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On the advice of Carol, Sharon decides to visit her cancer-stricken birth mother - a woman she hasn't seen in 25 years - so she can say goodbye before it's too late, and asks Linda to accompany her. Meanwhile, Mick enlists Elaine and the kids' help in planning a surprise for his wife - only for Nancy to ruin things with her continued speculation about her dad and Dean. Kim continues her vigil over the baby, and begins to question whether it might be a punishment from God
BBC One (Digital) 7:30pm-8:00pm (30 minutes) Thu 26 Feb

 
     
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Nancy is worried and frustrated when Mick remains tight-lipped about what happened with Dean, despite pressing him to reveal the truth about what happened - and when Linda complains about her daughter's behaviour, she comes clean about her fears. Could Mick really have done something so stupid? Roxy and Carol's hopes are dashed when they receive news that Dot has already been to the magistrates' court and refused bail
BBC One (Digital) 7:30pm-8:00pm (30 minutes) Tue 24 Feb

 
     
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After last week's shocking revelations, it seems the residents of Albert Square will never be the same again - and the drama looks set to continue when DI Keeble returns, making the locals wonder what on earth is going on now. Shirley is back working at the Vic, which puts Nancy on edge, and so she confronts her father for the truth about what happened between him and Dean. Just how far did Mick go?
BBC One (Digital) 8:00pm-8:30pm (30 minutes) Mon 23 Feb

 
     
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Back in February 2010, the cast of EastEnders celebrated their 25th anniversary with a live episode in which Archie Mitchell's killer was revealed. Now, five years to the day, they're doing the same thing to celebrate their 30th anniversary - and this time, it's Lucy's killer - although he or she was revealed yesterday on the actual anniversary day. Now, with the truth about Lucy's murder out, certain residents are left to face the truth about her killing. But many other secrets have been revealed across the Square. Will things ever be the same in Walford?
BBC One (Digital) 8:00pm-8:30pm (30 minutes) Fri 20 Feb

 
     
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Hetti Bywater returns in this flashback episode going back to Good Friday 2014, the night Lucy was killed, revealing exactly how she met her fateful end - and why. It traces Lucy's last steps to fill in the blanks and answer the questions that have been haunting the residents since last year - ensuring every moment is explained, while also featuring other stories that took place at the time. With Jamie Lomas (Jake) and Tanya Franks (Rainie)
BBC One (Digital) 9:25pm-10:00pm (35 minutes) Thu 19 Feb

 
     
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Thirty years to the day since the first episode, Nick Cotton's body is found and the truth comes to light for a few residents. Dot is determined to do the right thing and takes matters into her own hands, despite her nearest and dearest trying to find a way to help. Dean sets his revenge plan into motion over at the Vic, Kim goes into premature labour and secrets are revealed about the Mitchells. Shocking truths about Lucy come to light, 10 months after her murder - with many suspects still in the frame, will the culprit ever be found?
BBC One (Digital) 7:30pm-8:25pm (55 minutes) Thu 19 Feb

 
     
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Ian and Jane prepare to tie the knot - but the groom wonders why Phil needs to speak to him so urgently, while the bride's joy at the arrival of Tanya and Christian proves short-lived when she finds Lauren's message about Lucy, throwing her into turmoil. Dot heads to the hospital, where she asks her family for forgiveness - then makes a shocking confession about Nick. Mick and Linda seem to be back on track - until Dean unexpectedly return to the Square - and Alfie is frustrated with Kat's drunken behaviour
BBC One (Digital) 8:00pm-8:30pm (30 minutes) Wed 18 Feb

 
     
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The start of a special week of episodes to mark the soap's 30th anniversary on Thursday. Peggy Mitchell is back and she is a woman on a mission. Max goes searching for Lauren, afraid she might do something stupid, but she is determined that the truth about Lucy's murder should come out. As the final wedding preparations take place, Ian feels guilty - how can he be so happy after losing his daughter? Roxy and Charlie face the moment they have been dreading when the doctors turn off Ronnie's ventilator
BBC One (Digital) 7:30pm-8:00pm (30 minutes) Tue 17 Feb

 
     
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Dot does her best to talk to Nick about his problems, but is stunned when her no-good son reveals his true colours. Lauren finds herself in a compromising situation - will she admit the truth about Lucy? Stan pleads with a reluctant Mick to make amends with Shirley, and the celebrations are in full swing over at the Beales', although the mood takes a turn for the worse with the arrival of a couple of uninvited guests
BBC One (Digital) 8:00pm-8:30pm (30 minutes) Fri 13 Feb

 
     
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Lauren lets slip to Stacey that she knows what happened to Lucy, so her friend urges her to go to the police, but instead she makes one last attempt to break into Emma's phone - only to receive an unexpected visitor. Kat is left fuming by a charitable act from Alfie, so Stacey tells her it's about time she made her mind up one way or another about her husband - forgive him or divorce him. Dot remains conflicted about whether to help Nick, while plans for the Beales' pre-wedding dinner fall apart, with Jane storming out after a disaster in the kitchen, and Ian trying to smooth things over between Peter and Max - only to get an icy reception from the latter. Can the stressed-out groom pull things together?
BBC One (Digital) 7:30pm-8:00pm (30 minutes) Thu 12 Feb

 
     
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Max is suspicious of Lauren's behaviour and asks Stacey to talk to her - but the concerned dad grows even more worried after hearing that his daughter almost fainted. Dot is put in an impossible position when Nick pushes her into buying him drugs, although Fat Boy soon works out what she is up to, while Roxy is distressed after bad news from the doctor - and in her anger she blames Charlie for Ronnie's condition. Ian feels ashamed after his drunken antics and decides to throw a pre-wedding party in a bid to restore the Beales' good name, and Alfie invites Kat to lunch, hoping he can help solve her money troubles
BBC One (Digital) 7:30pm-8:00pm (30 minutes) Tue 10 Feb

 
     
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Lauren is desperate to find out more after her chilling discovery, so she tries to guess the passcode to access Emma's phone. Phil's bail hearing arrives - only for him to go missing upon release - and Roxy gets a glimmer of hope at the hospital when Ronnie's pulse rate increases. Alfie can't believe his ears when Ian announces he isn't having a stag do, so with Jane's blessing he arranges a party that night in the Vic. But it doesn't go down too well with the guest of honour. Dot is shocked to find Nick under the influence of drugs - and even more horrified when he asks her to help him get more
BBC One (Digital) 8:00pm-8:30pm (30 minutes) Mon 9 Feb

 
     
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The Carters grow increasingly worried when a furious Mick goes missing - having taken Dean with him. Will he harm his brother for what he did to Linda? Stan continues to beg Tina to help him die, forcing her to reach a decision. Stacey encourages Shabnam to give in to her feelings for Kush, while Masood gets an idea when he notices the family's old restaurant is up for lease. Lauren finds a piece of paper from Emma's case files - the content of which shocks her to the core
BBC One (Digital) 7:30pm-8:00pm (30 minutes) Thu 5 Feb

 
     
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Dean is struggling to keep his business afloat and finds comfort with Denise, who has quit her cleaning job at the Vic. As Stan's condition deteriorates, the Carters argue about the old man's request to help him on his way. However, Mick and Linda soon have more to worry about when the police inform them it could be weeks until Dean is charged - so the landlord decides to take matters into his own hands. Meanwhile, the athletes and fun-runners gather in the Square for the half-marathon. Can Kush beat Shabnam, or will Masood surprise them all?
BBC One (Digital) 7:30pm-8:00pm (30 minutes) Tue 3 Feb

 
     
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Dean's world crumbles as rumours that he's a rapist begin to spread. With business at the salon suffering, he launches a promotion - only for his staff to start walking out. Masood apologises to Shabnam for his behaviour over her inheritance, although she has more to worry about now that she has revealed her big secret to Stacey. With the half-marathon just around the corner, Lauren doubts Peter's athletic prowess, but gets more than she bargained for when he decides to prove his fitness to her. Tina starts asking Sonia questions about painkillers, and Jane is upset to hear her mother won't be attending the wedding, so isn't thinking clearly when she goes shopping for a bridal dress - and leaves the shop with one that doesn't exactly flatter her
BBC One (Digital) 8:00pm-8:30pm (30 minutes) Mon 2 Feb

 
     
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The Carters become the subject of gossip following the latest developments at the Vic, and it isn't long before the locals are taking sides. Stacey persuades Shabnam to reveal the full story of her revelation - and she is totally floored when her friend tells her everything
BBC One (Digital) 8:00pm-8:30pm (30 minutes) Fri 30 Jan

 



 

 
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