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EastEnders

In the first part of this four-episode week, it's the opening of the murder trial and tensions are high. For cast see Tuesday (S) (W) Soap and Flannel: page 34
BBC One London

EastEnders

The odds are mounting against Matthew and Steve.
This week's episodes written by Julian Perkins
Producer Jon East ; Director Tim Leandro (S)(W)
BBC One London

EastEnders

Matthew and Steve are called to give evidence in court, and Grant's troubles multiply as Nina tackles him about What She knows. For cast see Tuesday (S) (W)
BBC One London

EastEnders

Grant and Phil take control of a threatening situation. For cast see Tuesday (S) (W)
BBC One London

EastEnders

Phil and Grant badly underestimate their opponents.
Steve and Matthew have to come to terms with the harsh reality following their trial verdict. See Choice. For cast see Tuesday (S) (W) Soap and Flannel: page 44
BBC One London

Celebrity Holiday Memories

Denise Welch , who plays Natalie in Coronation Street, returns to Holland; Shaun Williamson , alias Barry in EastEnders, revisits the Highlands; and presenter Gaby Roslin goes on a tour of Florence, Italy. Last in the series. Series producer Elaine Gallagher ; Editor Jannine Waddell (S) (W)
BBC One London

EastEnders

Kathy gives Phil a shocking ultimatum. Billy tries to help.
This week's episodes written by Tony Basgallop and Tony Jordan ; Executive producer Matthew Robinson : Director Paul Annett (S) (W)
BBC One London

EastEnders

Billy is horrified to discover that he has sent Grant and Phil into a deadly situation. Will Sam and Beppe be in time to avert a tragedy? For cast see Tuesday (S) (W)
BBC One London

EastEnders

With Grant still missing and Phil in intensive care, has
Peggy reached her darkest hour? Dot has an unexpected career change, while Nicky is unlucky in love. For cast see Tuesday and Thursday (S) (W) Soap and Flannel: page 40
BBC One London

EastEnders

Will Peggy ever learn the truth about Phil and Grant's crash?
This week's episodes written by Paula Webb and Glen McCoy ; Producer David Boulter ; Director Helen Caldwell For further cast see Thursday (S) (W)
BBC One London

EastEnders

While Phil realises that his life is still in danger, Irene finds herself in an embarrassingly intimate situation. Roy makes Barry a very happy man.
For further cast see Tuesday (S) (W)
BBC One London

EastEnders

Can Phil be right-is Grant alive, and if so where is he? Will Billy pay off the loan sharks? See Choice.
This week's episodes written by Oliver Dennis, Tanika Gupta and Rachel Pole Executive producer Matthew Robinson; Director Justin Chadwick For cast see Tuesday and Thursday (S) (W)
Grant's greatest hits: page 25; Soap and Flannel: page 40
BBC One London

EastEnders

Martin's prank has dire consequences for Jackie and Gianni.
For credits see Monday: for further cast see Thursday (S) (W)
BBC One London

EastEnders

Jackie and Gianni are trapped, Martin fears the police, and Sonia has to say a painful goodbye. For further cast see Tuesday (S) (W)






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