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BBC One London

EastEnders

by Jane Hollowood.
'When Mark comes back, when he walks in through that door, he's to find his bedroom just as he left it'.
(Ceefax Subtitles)
BBC One London

EastEnders

by Glen McCoy.
'They've had a row. Stands to reason. She's got him sleeping on the couch'.
(For cast see page 44)
(Ceefax Subtitles)
BBC One London

EastEnders

by Gerry Huxham.
'Well, pretty soon, if you don't do somethin', she's gonna have another pain.
From my fingers. Round her throat'.
(Ceefax Subtitles)
BBC One London

EastEnders

by Bill Lyons.
'...just 'cos you're my dad it doesn't mean you can slag me off all the time'.
(for cast see page 49)
EastEnders Line: [number removed] Manchester: [number removed]
(Ceefax Subtitles)
BBC One London

EastEnders

by Valerie Georgeson.
'So why did you marry me?'
(Ceefax Subtitles)
BBC One London

EastEnders

by Liane Aukin.
'I've lost my son, Doc, but I feel I'm losing my wife as well'.
(For cast see page 47)
(Ceefax Subtitles)
BBC One London

EastEnders

by Rosemary Mason.
'Either I'm a wally doing up washing, or I'm the heavy father. You can't have it both ways'.
(Ceefax Subtitles)
BBC One London

EastEnders

by Michael Robartes.
'Casting stones at my poor Nick - when none of you are without sin'.
(Ceefax Subtitles)
BBC One London

EastEnders

by John Crisp.
'People don't sign poison pen letters - they just write them, send them, and disappear under the nearest stone..."
(Ceefax Subtitles)
BBC One London

EastEnders

by Jane Hollowood.
"Get the top off that bubbly, Pete. Let's wet the baby's head in the proper manner".
(Ceefax Subtitles)
BBC One London

EastEnders

by Valerie Georgeson.
'There just isn't room here for a new baby and all of us!'
(Ceefax Subtitles)
BBC One London

EastEnders

by Peter Batt.
'You don't just fall off the wagon like other drunks, do you? You bounce up and down'.
(Ceefax Subtitles)
BBC One London

EastEnders

by Bill Lyons.
'I don't think you should move anything 'til the police get here'.
(Ceefax Subtitles)
BBC One London

EastEnders

by Bev Doyle.
'It was the drugs that made him that way, it wasn't him really. He's changed now, you'll see'.
(Ceefax Subtitles)
BBC One London

EastEnders

by Michael Robartes.
'Nick Cotton's back. He'll be hanging around, looking for mischief. Stay clear of him'.
(For cast see Thursday page 57)
(Ceefax Subtitles)
BBC One London

EastEnders

by Jane Hollowood.
'Look, leave me alone, will you! I ain't even got a boyfriend so how could I possibly need to go on the Pill?'
(Ceefax subtitles)
BBC One London

EastEnders

by Gilly Fraser.
'We got the Bill and the blasted social workers round our flat like other folk got fleas.... Nobody leaves him be'.
(For cast see page 54)
(Ceefax Subtitles)
BBC One London

EastEnders

by Gilly Fraser.
'We got the Bill and the blasted social workers round our flat like other folk got fleas ...nobody leaves him be'.
(Ceefax Subtitles)
BBC One London

EastEnders

by Rosemary Mason.
'Alright, I was with Jan. I admit it. All lovely night. You caught me. So what you going to do about it, eh?'
(Ceefax Subtitles)
BBC One London

EastEnders

by Billy Hamon.
'I don't want to be like my mum and dad. I don't want what they've got - I want more'.
Record Theme tune RESL 160 EastEnders Line: [number removed] Manchester: [number removed]
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