The Vic is under surveillance, while Peggy and Tiffany embark on a secret trip. Carol gets a frosty welcome home.
This week's episodes written by David Joss Buckley, Nick Crittenden and Rachel Pole; Producer
Mike Hudson: Director Albert Barber Omnibus edition on Sunday Stereo Subtitled 74
Noel Edmonds is the host as soap stars from EastEnders and Emmerdale take part in a Christmas edition of the light-hearted TV knowledge quiz. The EastEnders line-up is Deepak Verma , who plays Sanjay Kapoor , Syan Blake
(Frankie). Howard Antony (Alan Jackson ) and Brian Croucher (Ted Hills ). The
Emmerdale team is Lisa Riley (
Mandy Dingle ), Paula Tilbrook (Betty Eagletonl , Paul Loughran (Butch Dingle ) and \ TonichaJeronimo (Linda Glover ). \ Director Richard L Lewis ; Producer Helen Lott \
Time is running out for Carol as she tries to keep a promise. Meanwhile Robbie undertakes an impossible mission and Joe gets a big shock.
The next episode is tomorrow at 8.30pm. For cast see Monday 30 December Stereo
Terry Wogan with clips that the stars hoped would never be shown. Including out-takes from EastEnders, Absolutely Fabulous, The Tenant of Wildfell Hall, Ballykissangel and Birds of a Feather. Director Richard Valentine ; Producer Tom Webb
Grant tries to put the romance back into his marriage but makes a meal of things. Simon is at breaking point with Dan.
Fortnight's episodes written by Annie Wood, Nicholas Hicks-Beach, Tony Basgallop and Simon Ashdown
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