Danielle reveals some explosive secrets at Peggy and Archie's wedding. Elsewhere, Ronnie confronts Roxy, and Janine plots her revenge.
Writer Simon Ashdown This week's episodes are directed by Jennie Darnell and Tim Mercier More cast on Monday
Repeated at 10pm on BBC3
PC Annie Young:
New series 1/9; series nine. Bully for Ben. When Ben joins the young Harpers for a pub quiz, it leads to some awkward questions being asked.
Writers Brian Leveson and Paul Minett ; Director Nic Phillips
Producer John Bartlett Daniela Denby-Ashe 's Big Break: page
When Woolworths went into administration last
December, the nation mourned the loss of a high street institution. But Dorchester branch manager Claire Robertson refused to let go and decided to set up shop again. Renaming the store Wellworths and rehiring her employees, Claire has five weeks to return the now empty shell to its former glory. Director Guy Gilbert ; Producer Alex Sutherland
Delving into the life and times of the great film directors, best known for his epic works including Lawrence of Arabia, The Bridge on the River Kwai, Doctor Zhivago and Ryan's Daughter.
Director Andy Devonshire ; Producer Tom Webber
Andrew Neil is joined by MP Diane Abbott and former MP Michael Portillo to discuss political developments from the past seven days, and talk to guests who have made the headlines.
Producer Vicky Flind ; Editor Robbie Gibb Followed by Holiday Weather
Signed. Repeats are not indicated.
Panorama Shown on Monday at 8.30pm
12.55 Watchdog Shown on Monday at 7.30pm
1.25 Countryfile Shown on Sunday at 11am
2.20 MasterChef Six contestants whip up a dish from scratch using only the ingredients they've been given.
2.50 Axe the Agent? Homeowners in Deeside and Sheffield try to sell their properties.
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