The Queen Vic's out-of-hours visitors don't take kindly to Frank's interference.
This week's episodes written by Tony McHale and Rachel Pole
Producer Josephine Ward : Director
David Richardson Subtitled ..............55 WEB SITE: www.bbc.co.uk/eastenders
Annie finally shows she is vulnerable, and Roy finds it increasingly hard to handle the pressures of failure as yet another deal falls through.
For cast see Tuesday Omnibus edition on Sunday Subtitled ....................
The celebrity panel word game, hosted by Lily Savage.
This week's panellists are comedy actress June Whitfield , comedian Joe Pasquale , actor Jeff Rawle , presenters Tim Vincent and Carol Vorderman
, and EastEnders actress Wendy Richard.
Director Geoff Miles ; Producer Dean Jones
Grant returns, but will Tiffany let him back into her life? Roy's heartbreak prompts Barry to reveal some home truths.
This week's episodes written by Keith Temple and Julie Wassmer
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Robbie fails to get a promotion at the video shop because of Barry's scheming. Terry is under fire from the women in his life, both past and present, while Mick pursues his plan to transform the night cafe.
For cast see Monday Omnibus edition on Sunday
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An hour-long edition. A dreadful day for Ruth ends in a dramatic confrontation in the Vie. Roy wonders if Barry has finally grown up, and Mark sees red.
Next episode tomorrow at 7pm.
This week's episodes written by Annie Wood ; Producer Mike Hudson
Director Robert Gabriel For further cast see tomorrow Subtitled ............ WEB SITE: www.bbc.co.uk/eastenders
Grant is not impressed when Tiffany decides that Peggy needs a break. Sarah discovers some shocking secrets about
Terry's past when she overhears Louise, Tiffany and Simon discussing her mother, and Rosa puts her foot down about the company her daughter Nicky is keeping.
For further cast see yesterday Omnibus edition on Sunday Subtitled ........
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