First of a six-part series in which celebrities and members of the public revisit their perfect holiday destinations. Tonight former Coronation Street actress Julie Goodyear travels to Palma in Majorca, and EastEnders star Martine McCutcheon returns to Rome. Plus expert opinion on the best location for a sailing holiday. Presented by Carol Smillie. See today's choices.
Series producer Alison Sharman ; Executive producer Jane Lush
Frank changes his mind, Peggy takes one of her sons to task and there's a surprise in store for Mick. This week's episodes written by Annie Wood and Julie Wassmer
Producer Lis Steele; Director Adrian Bean
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Adisturbinglove story written by Lucy Gannon and starring David Morrissey Amanda Root Gillian Taylforth
Alice no longer expects a knight on a white charger to enter her life. Thirtysomething and single she enjoys a good night out with her friend Polly but then meets Leo, who seems as lonely and vulnerable as she is. Forthe first time Alice begins to understand love and for a while it seems that she is going to live happily ever after. See today's choices.
Producer Ruth Caleb
Director Richard Spence
Tiffany makes it clear that she is back on her own terms. Sanjay recruits some help to deal with a catering crisis.
This week's episodes written by Simon Ashdown and Christopher Reason Producer Stephen Garwood : Director Julie Edwards and Tom Hooper
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Ricky and Bianca come together to face an uncertain future, while Mick realises he has been chasing rainbows. Polly finds what she has been hoping for at Sanjay's party, and Louise finds herself a new job.
For cast see Tuesday Omnibus edition on Sunday Subtitled
A story about Sanjay and Gita appears in a tabloid newspaper. Mick throws a party to welcome Josie to Albert Square. Pat rows with Bianca over her pregnancy. For cast see Tuesday Subtitled Soaps with Alison Graham : p12
Gita goes into hiding after a second tabloid story. Tony has a clandestine meeting.
This week's episodes written by Roy Gaunt and Rob Gittins
Producer Mike Hudson; Director Julian Holmes
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Bianca needs a break and Tiffany thinks she has the perfect solution. Tony's plans for a new life backfire, while Lenny and Mick try their hand at modern art. For cast see Tuesday Subtitled Soaps with Alison Graham : p10
Teresa gets her own back on Gianni, and Louise finds herself backed into a corner.
This week's episodes written by Jo O'Keefe and Joanne Maguire
Producer Matthew Robinson; Director Susan Tully [website address removed]
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