As the day of the wedding dawns, Lucas worries that Owen will expose him. EastEnders: The Two Faces of Lucas follows at 8.30pm on BBC3.
Writer Christopher Reason This week's episodes directed by Peter Rose, Tim Mercier More cast Friday Repeated 10pm on BBC3 Followed by News Update
Dr Al Jenkins:
New series. 1/6; series three. As the comedy drama begins its last ever series, the eponymous couple begin to settle into their new life in Wales.
Writers James Corden and Ruth Jones ; Director Christine Gernon
Producer Ted Dowd Repeated at 12.15am on BBC3 Simulcast in HD on the BBC HD channel
PHOTOS, FEATURES: radiotimes.com/gavin-and-stacey "That's all folks!": page 16
Neil the Father:
New series. 1/16; series seven. The quiz returns to explore words beginning with G. This week Stephen Fry tests the gardening knowledge of Dara O'Briain, Rob Brydon, Alan Davies and David Mitchell. Director Ian Lorimer ; Producers Piers Fletcher, John Lloyd Feature: page 7; John Lloyd's Point of View: p15
David Dimbleby chairs a debate in Edinburgh with guests including Ken Clarke and Marcus Brigstocke. Executive producer Steve Anderson ; Series editor Edward Harvard
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Panorama Shown on Monday at 8.30pm
12.55 Life Shown on Sunday at 6pm
1.55 Countryfile Shown on Sunday at 7pm
2.50 Ray Mears's Northern Wilderness 3/6. Retracing the journey of explorer Samuel Hearne.
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