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Phil despairs as options fade for Jamie. Meanwhile a familiar face returns to Walford and is greeted by a lot more than just family preparations for Christmas.
Cast on Monday 23 and Monday 30 December
Repeated at 10pm on BBC Choice
The first of two Christmas Day episodes is tomorrow at 6.20pm

EastEnders 7.30pm BBC1
The residents were disgraceful as Martin Fowler starts to feel guilty when his neighbours turned on him for running Jamie Mitchell over with his speeded car. His relative Phil sits with him at the hospital bedside and storms out of the hospital to confront Martin what he did. Meanwhile, the market traders think that Martin could have killed the young lad and left him for dead on the road. At the Fowlers' house, an angry Phil loses his temper with Martin and attacks him for Jamie's severe accident. Phil warns him that if Jamie dies, then Phil will seek revenge on him before leaving the house, leaving Martin broken and devastated. Then Phil speeds his car and trashes it into the fruit stall before returning to the hospital and tells the traders not to touch the car.

Meanwhile, Martin visits an injured Jamie in hospital with Sonia before Phil steps in for a furious shock and punches and lashes out at him and Sonia restrains him, with Kate Tyler arriving at the feuding scene.


Writer: James Payne

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