Steve acts the hero, and Fred tries to tell Mick the truth.
This week's episodes written by Chris Murray and Jenny Lecoat Producer Emma Turner; Director Richard Dale
For cast see Tuesday and Thursday (S) (W) Soap and Flannel: page 40
Melanie falls for Steve's charm, and Mick gets a shock.
For credits see Monday; for further cast see Thursday (S) (W) 95
Ricky becomes a hero, and an unexpected offer leaves Melanie with a huge decision to make.
For further cast see Tuesday (S) (W)
Phil returns to the square, as do the Brighton brigade after a turbulent weekend. Janine tests Frank's patience.
This week's episodes written by Doug Briggs and Nicholas Hicks-Beach Producer Jon East; Director Emma Bridgeman-Williams
For cast see Tuesday and Thursday (S) (W) Soap and Flannel: page 43
Sam and Ricky appeal to Beppe's better nature.
For credits see Monday; for further cast see Friday (S) (W)
Frank receives some interesting news about his wayward daughter, while Sam gets short shrift from Beppe. Irene has an eventful evening at the sixties night.
For credits see Monday For further cast see Tuesday (S) (W)
First of four episodes this week. Terry is invited on a boys' night out. Things are hotting up between Irene and Troy. This week's episodes written by Lindsey Hill, Al Hunter-Ashton and Alison Watt; Producers Christopher Ballantyne and Bridget Goodman Directors Robert Gabriel and Angie de Chastelai Smith For cast see Tuesday (S) (W)
Soap and Flannel: page 42
Irene has to spend the night alone with Troy. Martin plots revenge on Jackie. Natalie receives a startling proposition.
For credits see Monday (S) (W)
Peggy's attempt to get through to Phil backfires, Rosa is intrigued by a ceasefire in Guiseppe's, and Beppe is not amused by Nina's idea of a birthday treat.
For cast see Tuesday (S) (W); WEBSITE: www.bbc.co.uk/eastenders
Peggy destroys Frank's new-found contentment with some devastating news. Gianni has a surprise for Jackie. For cast see Tuesday (S) (W)
Mel returns to Walford to face the music, while Frank has to make a choice between Peggy and Irene.
This week's episodes written by Anji Loman-Field and Ben Cooper Producer Christopher Ballantyne; Director Robert Gabriel
For cast see Tuesday (S) (W) The good old days: page 35; Soap and Flannel: page 45
Frank has a nasty shock for Janine. Melanie has a disturbing vision of the future. Dot disrupts Irene and Troy's love nest.
Melanie Healy Tamzin Outhwaite
For credits see Monday (S) (W)
As Jamie risks life and limb for Matthew, Frank's decision has explosive consequences. Troy and Irene enjoy some privacy, while Melanie's attempts to face Ian are thwarted. For cast see Tuesday (S) (W)
For the 20th year running, the star-spangled fund-raising extravaganza gets under way, as Terry Wogan, Gaby Roslin and Pudsey Bear invite you to join Children in Need 1999.
Last year the event raised Â£20 million and throughout the evening there will be news of how the money was spent, plus details of how to support this year's appeal. Steps kick off proceedings with a pop exclusive. Another Level will attempt a world record to sing in all four nations of the UK in one night, beginning in Scotland. The EastEnders cast take us back to Walford in the year for a live soap-in-a-night. And Martine McCutcheon (above) teams up with a choir of 100 children to perform this year's Children in Need single Love Me. See Choice. Deja View with Mark Lewisohn: page 15
EastEnders ... the good old days: page 35
7.30 Diane Louise Jordan reports on the South East's Children in Need activities from Heathrow airport, where Jeremy Spake from BBC1s Airport series will also meet fund-raisers. Plus a 20th birthday surprise at London's Piccadilly Circus. Regional updates continue through the night.
7.40 There's pop music from S Club 7 and Melanie C, and soccer stars Michael Owen, David Seaman, Alan Shearer and Kevin Keegan launch a competition, open to callers making a donation tonight, to win VIP Premiership tickets.
8.00 More from the cast of EastEnders, then Michael Aspel hosts a classic children's TV quiz with Jamie Theakston, Jayne Middlemiss, Emma Forbes and Phillip Schofield.
8.30 Another Level perform in Belfast on their whistle-stop tour, plus more from Walford, and the Changing Rooms team change themselves into the Village People. Videoplus code for 7.00-9.00
Terry Wogan and Gaby Roslin return with the party as the Corrs and Simply Red perform live, and Bob Monkhouse resurrects the classic game show The Golden Shot.
10.00 More 17th-century soap with the EastEnders ensemble, and Ready Steady Cook's Fern Britton reveals a secret talent.
10.30 Lulu sings her latest single, and musicians, singers and dancers attempt a medley of all the Beatles number one hits in a live "relay" link from one UK region to another.
11.00 Rolf Harris joins the presenters on stage with a celebrity supergroup and the historic EastEnders saga concludes. Plus the new Riverdance- Dancing on Dangerous Ground.
11.40 More reports on fund-raising in the South East, with Diane Louise Jordan and Jeremy Spake.
12.00 Cliff Richard kicks off the post-midnight party, featuring a live extract from the hit musical The Lion King, plus comedian Terry Alderton , Canadian group Barenaked Ladies, and dance sensation Gumboots from London's West End.
1.00 Belinda Carlisle drops in for a song, but will Another Level
make it back to London to complete their lightning UK singing tour? Plus the EastEnders 1666 omnibus and a fund-raising roundup, with a grand total for the evening. Producer Fiona Clark ; Executive producer Nick Vaughan-Barratt (S)
Videoplus code for 9.30-2.00 CEEFAX: for fund-raising details see page
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Will Mel have the courage to break off her engagement to Ian? A shock discovery drives Phil to the brink of despair. This week's episodes written by Nick Reed and Lisa Evans ; Producer
Jon East; Director Jamie Annett For cast see Tuesday (S) (W) Website [removed] Soap and Flannel: page 42
Peggy's retirement plans are thrown into confusion. Jamie worries it may be the end of Phil and Lisa's relationship.
For credits see Monday (S) (W)