7/8; series eight Janet tells Gaz she spent the night in hospital with Wesley holding her hand, but when he confesses he slept with Donna, he is thrown out.
9.30 8/8. Gaz must choose between Donna and Janet when they tell him to decide who he wants to be with.
As leader of the newly formed Purple Party, Laurence Llewelyn-Bowen goes on the campaign trail. Planning strategy, meeting voters and holding rallies, he pushes the party's central message that preserving Britain's landscape and architectural legacy is the key to a prosperous future.
New. 7/8; series eight. Janet tells Gaz she spent the night in hospital with Wesley holding her hand.
Repeated on Thursday at 10.30pm
The future of music icon Michael Jackson hangs in the balance while he waits for a jury to decide his fate. How will he hold up if the verdict is guilty? Will his career survive if he's found innocent? With contributions from ex-members of Jackson's entourage. New. Judging Michael Jackson , Tue 9pm on BBC2
Germany v Wales
Coverage of the Group Four World Cup qualifier at Borussia-Park in Mbnchengladbach (kick-off 7.45), where the hosts will be firm favourites to win the game. However, John Toshack 's men managed to hold
Germany to a goalless draw when the two teams met last year, and he will be expecting a similar performance tonight. See page 96.
Digital satellite and cable viewers can access coverage with atternative commentary via the red button
A dark new, no-holds-barred comedy drama series about a dysfunctional British-Asian family who own a garage. Happy and Dave deal with a customer complaint in their own distinctive way.
New. A behind-the-scenes look at each member of the Butcher family as they gather for patriarch Frank's funeral in the soap, featuring exclusive interviews with Sid Owen and Patsy Palmer. See page 124.
Play the EastEnders quiz from 31 March to 8 April and test your knowledge on characters' entrances, exits and comebacks All roads lead to Walford: page 37
7/11; series three. A couple who have been engaged for seven years are given E12,000 toward their wedding, on the condition that the groom-to-be is left to organise the nuptials alone.
Shown yesterday at 9pm
Comedian Alex Riley plays pranks on the people he holds responsible for the UK's traffic and transport problems.
He and a team of workmen dig up the area outside the offices of a roadworks firm, before presenting a rail company with a cattle truck as a solution to overcrowding on trains.
11/11; series three. A couple whose nuptials have been put on hold twice due to escalating debts seek help in finally tying the knot. Looking for a way out of their stalemate, the pair appeal to the show for funds, and receive £12,000 on the condition that the groom-to-be organises the entire affair alone.
Shown yesterday at 9pm
What's next for lovable rogue Den Watts? Walford's original bad boy has only been back in Albert Square for a few days, yet he's already caused quite a stir. Colin Murray reviews recent events and speculates on what the future holds for the Vic's former landlord. (S)(W)
Eddy and Patsy take up rural pursuits, while Saffy holds a baby shower. Guest-starring Emma Bunton and Clarissa Dickson Wright. Repeated next Fri on BBC1 (S)(W).
r Oscar-winning crime thriller from director Curtis Hanson. based on the detective story by James Ellroy. Starring Russell Crowe , Guy Pearce and Kevin Spacey as cops investigating murder and corruption in 1950s LA. Kim Basinger is the femme fatale who may hold the key to the case. Playing uncut. Review page 50.
Death's Kingdom. Mrs Druse holds a seance in a bid to contact the spirit in the lift. (AD) Episode three tomorrow 10pm BBC2 with episode four at 10.45pm on BBC3
Revisited 2/6. Six months on, are the Swain family keeping to their healthy regime or have bad habits taken hold once more? New.
2/6. Michael holds his own racial seminar after a day of teaching on tolerance and diversity. Jim struggles to retain a commission.
2/6. Michael holds a racial seminar after a day of teaching on tolerance and diversity. A new episode is tomorrow at 9.30pm
10/10; series four. An ex-spy holds the team to ransom. A new series is due to start next week on BBC1.
New. 20/23. The future holds disappointment for Hiro when he discovers that people with secret powers are considered enemies, and the time-traveller confronts some familiar faces. First shown on Sci-Fi channel For regular cast see 9pm BBC2 (HD) Programme guide: www.radiotimes.com/heroes
SOuentin Tarantino 's multi-award-winning crime drama starring John Travolta. Downtown Los Angeles: lovebirds Honey Bunny and Pumpkin plan to hold up a diner. Hitmen Vincent and Jules are asked to recover some stolen property. Washed-up boxer Butch is paid to throw his last fight, but has other ideas. The Wolf has to get Vincent and Jules out of a sticky situation. And Vincent is nervous when he has to escort his boss's wife for the night - with good reason.
(1994,18) Tarantino's Kill Bill Vol I is on Thursday 27 December at 10.30pm