The Wildlife of EastEnders and Neighbours
A look at the urban wildlife of London and Melbourne with the help of Todd Carty (Mark in EastEnders), and Tom Oliver
(Lou in Neighbours). The actors meet the wild animals that have made Albert Square and Ramsay Street their home. See today's choices. Producer Graham Booth
♦ Go wild in Walford: page 7
Tensions in the Vic build up to a violent climax. Dot finds that her loyalties are divided. Peggy has a sad moment when George tells her about his plans.
For cast see Tuesday Omnibus edition on Sunday Stereo
Nigel and Clare prepare to start a new life in Scotland, Ruth demands to be heard and Sarah takes action to get closer to Matthew. For cast see Tuesday Omnibus edition on Sunday Stereo Subtitled.........
Sarah seeks advice about love, Lenny is intrigued when Lola gets friendly, and Dot loses more than her savings when she makes a monumental decision.
This week's episodes written by Mark lllis and Simon Ashdown
Producer Lis Steele ; Director
Philip Casson Stereo Subtitled .....
Nigel makes a last-minute attemptto patch up his love life. George takes drastic action at the Market cellar.
This week's episodes written by Lisa Evans and Annie Wood
Producer Debby Marsh ; Director
The past catches up with Dot. Phil picks up the pieces when family squabbles leave Annie distraught.
This week's episodes written by Tony Basgallop and Lisselle Kayla Producer Josephine Ward ; Director
The consumer affairs programme about homes looks at how to check out a neighbourhood before moving in. Adam Woodyatt, who plays Ian Beale in EastEnders, explores the option of hiring a private investigator to do the legwork. A report on self-build schemes features a man who obtained his dream castle by constructing it brick by brick. Plus the best ways to clean a shag-pile carpet. Presented by Sankha Guha and Anne McKevitt.
Stereo Subtitled. Weekend Watchdog is tomorrow at 7 pm
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