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Murder in Mind

Continuing the series of self-contained crime dramas, which tonight features EastEnders'Steve McFadden.
Flame. Fireman Joe Waterman is out for revenge when he discovers that his wife is having an affair with his colleague.
Written by Stephen Leather
Producer Paul Knight : Director Nick Jones (S) (W) Steve McFadden 's new role: page 13
BBC One London


Barry reveals his feelings for Janine, while Shirley can't forgive Dan and Garry gives Lynne a birthday surprise. Episode written by Jo O'Keefe For cast see Thursday and Friday
Repeated at 10pm on BBC3 www.bbc.co.uk/soap Steve McFadden with Will Mellor: pl4; Soap & Flannel: p36
BBC One London


Phil is finally forced to face up to a difficult truth, while Kathy and Pat reminisce and set the sparks flying. See today's choices.
This week's episodes written by Christopher Reason and Rachel Pole ; Producer Miriam Segal ; Director Penelope Shales
BBC One London


Nick Cotton tightens his hold over Martin Fowler. An arrival in the post for Phil spells trouble for Lisa.
This week's episodes written by Edel Brosnan and Carey Andrews Producer Gordon Ronald ; Director Daniel Wilson
For cast see Tuesday and Thursday (S) (W) Soap and Flannel with Alison Graham : page 38; Steve McFadden 's kind of day: page
BBC One London


Peggy receives some shocking news.
Episode written by Gary Brown Repeated on BBC Choice at 10pm
For cast see Tuesday and Thursday (S) (W) Steve McFadden 's new role: page 13; Soap and Flannel with Alison Graham : page 28
BBC Choice

Murder In Mind

Crime drama, starring
Steve McFadden and Keith Allen , in which a fireman hires an assassin to kill his unfaithful wife.
BBC Choice

EastEnders Revealed

Dale Winton , Ronni Ancona and Steve McFadden pay tribute to
Peggy Mitchell.
BBC One London


Reconciled at the hospital, Roy and Pat make plans for the future. Episode written by Andrew Taft For cast see Thursday Episode written by Andrew Taft For cast see Thursday
Repeated at 10pm on BBC3 Alison Graham's Soap & Flannel: page 36

EastEnders 8.00pm BBC1

Son Barry Evans ran over quickly to Dr Trueman as he checked Barry's father Roy Evans (Tony Caunter)'s pulse and reveals that he is still alive but may have passed out after having a massive heart attack. The ambulance arrives already and takes an unconscious Roy to the hospital, Barry goes with him but wants Pat to leave them alone for good. Billy Mitchell, Little Mo, Ian Beale and Laura Beale were concerned for Pat as they find out about Roy's heart attack. Ian and Laura help her. At the Queen Vic pub, Alfie and Spencer decorated for St Patrick's Day celebrations when they are grateful about Nana Moon's song. Patrick tells Jim Branning (John Bardon) about son Paul looking after baby Eleanor, Jim comforts him. They then take advantage of Nana's celebrations when they arrive at the Vic for a surprise. Peggy is stunned when son Phil Mitchell (Steve McFadden) confesses that Lisa had left for Portugal and has taken baby Louise with her so that Phil could stay away. As DI Price leaves the house, Kate grows angry at Phil and ignores him about lying to Peggy about Lisa's real murder.

Meanwhile over at the hospital, Barry is upset when Dr Pierson tells him about Roy's health condition and reveals that he might have not long left to live with his heart problem. Pat turns up, Barry tells her to leave before barging into the room and sits with Roy at his bedside, he wakes up and believes that Pat isn't lying to him about the affair. Roy says to her, "You always loved Frank more than me" and Pat believes that she hates Frank and loves Roy even better. Meanwhile, he wants to talk to Barry. Barry then steps in and is devastated when Roy tells him that it is his final time of dying. Barry breaks down in his arms and takes his anger out on Pat as he leaves the hospital emotionally.
BBC One London

Being Peggy Mitchell

Documentary spending a day following actress
Barbara Windsor as she works on her role in EastEnders, prepares for Night of a 1,000 Faces and relaxes at home. Helping celebrate the career of Britain's favourite pub landlady are TV presenter Dale Winton , impressionist
Ronni Ancona and Windsor's on-screen son, Steve McFadden.
Director/Producer Simon Greenwood
BBC Two England

Comedy Night

Ends 10.30.
Never Mind the Buzzcocks Jean-Jacques Bumel of the Stranglers, Backstreet Boys singer Nick Carter , broadcaster Nicholas Parsons and US comic Mike Wilmot join Phill Jupitus , Bill Bailey and Mark Lamarr for the comedy music quiz.
Director Paul Wheeler Producers Simon Bullivant , Warren Prentice
9.30 Two Pints of Lager and a Packet of Crisps Fockin'
Mokky Bokka. Jonnygets a job and an offer he can't refuse. David shows Louise how to cope with ageing. With strong language.
Written by Susan Nickson : Producer Stephen McCrum ; Director Gareth Carrivick First shown on BBC3 [Web Address Removed] BBC PRODUCTS: series one. VHS £15.99 available from [Web Address Removed]; series one and two available on DVD from 18 August, £24.99 Will Mellor teams up with Steve McFadden : page 14
10.00 3 Non-Blondes New series Jocelyn Jee Esien , Ninia Benjamin and Tameka Empson star in the first of four episodes from the street-based stunt show, in which members of the public unwittingly become involved in outrageous comic situations. Director Michael Cumming ; Producer Gary Reich More 3 Non-Blondes pranks follow on BBC3 at 10.30pm
BBC One London


On the day of the great escape, Lisa faces a terrible dilemma, and high noon looms for Phil and Steve.
For further cast see Thursday
Repeated at 10pm on BBC Choice
Omnibus edition next Sunday
EastEnders Revealed - Steve Owen is at 8.35pm on BBC Choice Going out with a bang: page 12
BBC One London


The Karims leave Walford, but there's a spark of hope for Shireen and Jabbar's future. Wicksy extracts a confession from Cindy, but is it what he wants to hear?
Episode written by Linda Dearsley and Steve Waye
Director David Crozier
Executive producer Michael Ferguson 0 CEEFAX SUBTITLES
BBC One London


There's a shock in store for
Dot - and Sharon must make a decision about her future.
Episode written by Linda Dearsley and Steve Waye
Producer Pat Sandys Director Mike Dormer
BBC One London


Phil and Grant have secret business, and Sharon determines to find out what it is.
Episode written by Linda Dearsley and Steve Waye
Producer Pat Sandys
Director Jonathan Wright Miller
BBC One London


Bianca puts Ricky on the spot. Nigel and Liam confront each other at Clare's custody hearing. See today's choices.
This week's episodes written by Barrie Shore. Barry McCarthy and Tony Jordan ; Producer Alison Davis
Director Steve Shill Stereo
BBC One London


Cindy and David are playing with fire and Kathy's at breaking point. Michelle sees a way out.
This week's episodes written by Jonathan David and Joanne Maguire ; Producer Jane Harris ; Director
Steve Goldie Stereo
BBC One London


Carol wants to talk to Alan but he's not sure there is anything to say. Pauline is off to Jersey and Bianca's hard work finally pays off. See today's choices.
This week's episodes written by Rob Gittins and Christopher Reason; Producer Alison Davis Director Steve Shill Omnibus edition next Sunday
BBC One London


There's a promotion at the Cobra Club, while Nigel and Sanjay run a kids' disco. Cindy and David chat about the future.
This week's episodes written by Lisa Evans , Nick Crittenden and Nicholas Hicks-Beach
Producer Mike Hudson ; Director Steve Goldie
Omnibus edition on Sunday Stereo Subtitled.738
BBC One London


Big surprises are in store for Peggy tonight and Nigel and Sanjay take a gamble on their new scheme to get rich. But Bianca's feeling rather low.
This week's episodes written by Barry McCarthy, Liane Aukin and David Joss Buckley; Producer Mike Hudson Director Steve Shill; Omnibus edition on Sunday
BBC One London


As Frank has another breakdown, Phil watches every move he makes.
This week's episodes written by Annie Wood and Simon Ashdown
Producer Jane Harris; Director Steve Goldie

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