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Mark tries to keep the family together as Martin's world falls apart. Garry suggests a solution to Laura's problem. Episode written by Ming Ho Omnibus on Sunday 29 December at 1.45pm
Cast Monday 23 and Monday 30 December Repeated at 10pm on BBC Choice [Web Address Removed] Fancy EastEnders as your ringtone? Visit [Web Address Removed]
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Kat and Zoe are forced to face facts and each other.
Episode written by Sarah Phelps The fortnight's episodes produced by Belinda Campbell , Jeannine Jones and Colin Wratten and directed by Steve Finn , Chris Jury and Richard Platt Further cast on Monday 23 December
Repeated at 10pm on BBC Choice
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Sam holds a New Year's party at Angie's Den. Natalie has a surprise encounter with a blast from the past as she celebrates her third wedding anniversary and Pat advises Laura to talk things over with Ian.
Episode written by Christopher Reason Cast on Monday 23 and Monday
30 December Repeated at 10pm on BBC Choice Another episode tomorrow at 8.30pm
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