23 February 2017  | 
TVGuide.co.uk ranks The Greatest TV Shows Ever
See what just happened and what's happening in the next week on the following soaps:
Eastenders | Coronation Street | Emmerdale | Neighbours | Home and Away | Hollyoaks

See Episode Guides for the following shows:
Casualty | Waterloo Road | Holby City | Doctors | The Only Way is Essex

     
EastEnders
(Subtitles)
The highs and lows of life with the residents of Albert Square, Walford
BBC One (Digital) 7:30pm-8:00pm (30 minutes) Tue 28 Feb

Rating
5.2
 
     
(Subtitles)
The highs and lows of life with the residents of Albert Square, Walford
BBC One (Digital) 8:00pm-8:30pm (30 minutes) Mon 27 Feb

 
     
(Subtitles)
Konrad invites Shirley out for dinner and after Mick receives disappointing news about the Vic ceiling, the local shopkeeper offers to fix it for half the price. Denise speaks to a journalist about the state of the community, while Ian suffers an embarrassing incident, prompting him to tell Jane the truth about what the nurse said to him
BBC One (Digital) 8:00pm-8:30pm (30 minutes) Fri 24 Feb

 
     
(Subtitles)
Denise is forced to pay for her actions but is not prepared to take it lying down, and despite Patrick's advice to leave it, she gets in touch with the Walford Gazette. Ben and Jay settle into their new home, while a trip to the garden centre with Jack ends unexpectedly for Dot
BBC One (Digital) 7:30pm-8:00pm (30 minutes) Thu 23 Feb

 
     
(Subtitles)
The social worker visits a nervous Denise to discuss the adoption, but when Kim starts digging for information about the baby, the sisters end up arguing. However, things get even worse for Denise when she finds herself in conflict with Keegan. Mick realises the problems with the Vic are worse than he first thought, an excited Ben and Jay move into their new home, and Ian attends his health check, although he isn't entirely truthful with his family about the outcome
BBC One (Digital) 7:30pm-8:00pm (30 minutes) Tue 21 Feb

 
     
(Subtitles)
The Carters prepare for Polish Night, but it seems their hopes of a fun evening are about to be cut short when an environmental health inspector arrives to investigate reports of food poisoning. Kim suggests that Denise should rethink her adoption plans, leading to another argument between the sisters, and Jack takes Dot for her next round of injections
BBC One (Digital) 8:00pm-8:30pm (30 minutes) Fri 17 Feb

 
     
(Subtitles)
Jack snaps when Billy confronts him about his disagreeable request, so Max is forced to intervene. Kush advises Shakil to talk to Bex, but he is annoyed to find her with Travis. Shirley and Johnny seek help from local shopkeeper Konrad as they plan Polish Night, their next themed evening at the Vic, and Jane is relieved to hear that Dot has convinced Ian to go for his health check. Michelle's happiness is short-lived
BBC One (Digital) 7:30pm-8:30pm (1 hour ) Thu 16 Feb

 
     
(Subtitles)
It's Valentine's Day in Albert Square, but can Whitney and Lee put their differences aside or is this the end of their relationship? Michelle and Bex both receive cards, and while Michelle is surprised by hers, Bex is overjoyed at the thought of Shakil sending her one - until she discovers the bitter truth. Billy and Jay are shocked by Jack's latest request
BBC One (Digital) 7:30pm-8:00pm (30 minutes) Tue 14 Feb

 
     
(Subtitles)
Whitney confides in Lauren when her relationship with Lee reaches breaking point. Michelle arranges to meet up with an old friend, but things do not work out as she had hoped, while Ian gives Jane an early Valentine present, proving he really is the last of the old romantics. Jay struggles to accept the results of Roxy's medical report, Stacey suggests Carmel should take Arthur to baby yoga, and Tina and Donna enjoy a night out together
BBC One (Digital) 8:00pm-8:30pm (30 minutes) Mon 13 Feb

 
     
(Subtitles)
Whitney excitedly prepares for her night out with Lee and his best friend, but her hopes of cheering up her husband are dashed when Beanbag cancels. Michelle tries to help Bex rebuild her friendship with Louise, and Denise becomes frustrated with the loud, party-mad students next door - but she soon has more important things to worry about
BBC One (Digital) 8:00pm-8:30pm (30 minutes) Fri 10 Feb

 
     
(Subtitles)
Stacey joins Jane in helping with the Square Gardens, only to find out what Martin is really up to when he goes to the allotment. Jack grows paranoid at Glenda's intentions - although his mind turns elsewhere when he attends the inquest into Ronnie and Roxy's death. Mick is determined to stay positive and introduces a new lunchtime deal at the Vic, and Louise pushes Bex to stay away from Shakil
BBC One (Digital) 8:30pm-9:00pm (30 minutes) Thu 9 Feb

 
     
(Subtitles)
A furious Shirley and Johnny confront Babe over her latest antics, the revelation of which has brought the Carters under further pressure, so their crooked relative sets out to make amends as best she can. Meanwhile, Whitney goes to desperate lengths to find some money to pay for a night out with Lee, hoping it will cheer him up
BBC One (Digital) 7:30pm-8:00pm (30 minutes) Thu 9 Feb

 
     
(Subtitles)
Things reach crisis point for the Carters as Babe's secret antics catch up with her, with huge repercussions for the entire family, and Whitney finally confronts Lee about his payslip. Glenda realises an upsetting truth about Ricky and Amy, Stacey confides in Max her concerns about Jack, and Kim apologises to Denise for her recent behaviour - will the sisters be able to forgive and forget? Shakil struggles to cope with the school gossips, so Keegan suggests he gives them something else to talk about
BBC One (Digital) 7:30pm-8:00pm (30 minutes) Tue 7 Feb

 
     
(Subtitles)
As the Hubbard-Foxes gather to say goodbye to Emerald, Denise is shocked to find her mother criticising Kim's parenting skills and jumps in to defend her sister, despite everything that has passed between them. Carmel is disappointed when Shakil finds himself in trouble at school, but when she tries to talk to him, he refuses to listen. Mick hears back from the insurance company - and the news is not good
BBC One (Digital) 8:00pm-8:30pm (30 minutes) Mon 6 Feb

 
     
(Subtitles)
With business down at the Vic, Mick is angry when Babe stirs up further trouble for the family. But then the landlord receives even more bad news
BBC One (Digital) 7:30pm-8:00pm (30 minutes) Thu 2 Feb

 
     
(Subtitles)
Sharon is not too impressed to hear Phil has contacted Tony's wife again - especially when she turns up in Albert Square - while Phil himself confronts Ben about his plans to move out. The Carters host their quiz night at the Vic but things do not go to plan when Sylvie ends up singing. But that's just the beginning of their problems
BBC One (Digital) 7:30pm-8:00pm (30 minutes) Tue 31 Jan

 
     
(Subtitles)
The residents do their best to return to normal after the shocking events of last week. Jay continues looking for somewhere to live, and suggests to Ben they could find somewhere together - only for Sharon to inadvertently put a spanner in the works. The Carters go all out as they prepare for their next themed night at the Vic
BBC One (Digital) 8:00pm-8:30pm (30 minutes) Mon 30 Jan

 
     
(Subtitles)
The locals continue to deal with the fallout of the incident, causing tensions to run high between loved ones - and prompting one resident to make a huge decision. Meanwhile, Max has spent the past few weeks building bridges with his family and doing his best to settle back into normal life. But is all as it seems?
BBC One (Digital) 7:30pm-8:00pm (30 minutes) Thu 26 Jan

 
     
(Subtitles)
The highs and lows of life with the residents of Albert Square, Walford
BBC One (Digital) 7:30pm-8:00pm (30 minutes) Tue 24 Jan

 
     
(Subtitles)
Rumours quickly spread that the market is being moved, prompting an angry Martin to lead a strike - but the other stallholders, not wanting to lose any money, refuse to join in. Kim throws Emerald out of the house for going behind her back, Keegan continues to rile Bex and Louise, and Billy tries talking to Jay about his problems. Tina drags Shirley along to spend the day with Sylvie - but as they and all the other residents continue as normal, disaster looms for the people of Albert Square
BBC One (Digital) 8:00pm-8:30pm (30 minutes) Mon 23 Jan

 


TV News and Gossip

Gap Year: Watch teaser from new E4 comedy starting tonight
New E4 comedy Gap Year debuts tonight at 9pm and here is a first look teaser ahead of the episode. The eight-part comedy drama series was created by actor-writer... read more
EastEnders’ Jo Joyner joins new Channel 4 drama
EastEnders‘ Jo Joyner is joining the cast of new Channel 4 school drama The ABC. The former Tanya Branning actor will portray headteacher Mandy Carter in the upcoming six-part... read more
The BRIT Awards 2017: Full winners list
The full list of winners has been announced after the BRIT Awards 2017 aired yesterday evening. It was the BRIT Awards last night and Emma Willis and Dermot O’Leary... read more
First trailer for new Netflix sci-fi film The Discovery released
The first trailer for Netflix’s intriguing new film The Discovery is here. The film, which is scheduled to premiere on the streaming service in March, poses the question of... read more
New Louis Theroux documentary series tackles Donald Trump phenomenon
Louis Theroux has revealed the focus for his latest BBC documentary series. Everyone’s favourite documentarian Louis Theroux will be analysing all things Trump for his newest television piece, which is set... read more
Broadchurch season 3 release date confirmed
ITV’s Broadchurch is returning for a third season and the premiere date for episode one has been unveiled. The crime drama series is back for a new series after popular... read more

 
Press Esc to close
Subscribe to our Daily Highlights Newsletter:
New Series This Week
Today
Shop Well for Less?
Gap Year
Lawless Oceans
High Maintenance
Helix
Tomorrow
Schofield's South African ...
The Brokenwood Mysteries
TV Highlights
6:30pmGreat Continental Railway ...
7:00pmThe Addams Family
8:00pmThe Supervet
8:30pmThe Big Bang Theory
9:00pmDeath in Paradise
9:00pmArrow
9:00pmFortitude
10:00pmCelebs Go Dating
Top Catchup TV
1The X Factor Results
2The X Factor
3Live UEFA Champions League
4Match of the Day 2
5Match of the Day
6Strictly Come Dancing
7Sports Personality of the ...
8Strictly Come Dancing: The ...
9MasterChef: The Professionals
10The Royal Variety Performance
Soaps
1Coronation Street
2EastEnders
3Emmerdale
4Hollyoaks
5Neighbours
6Home and Away

Most Discussed
1Coronation Street
2Emmerdale
3Bargain Hunt
4Lorraine
5EastEnders
6Loose Women
7This Morning
8Eggheads
9The Chase
10Good Morning Britain
Highest Rated
1Our Dancing Town9.1
2Snake Boss9.2
3Live EFL8.6
4Portrait Artist of ...9.1
5Saving Hope9.4
6Carp Wars8.2
7Justice League Action9.0
8Rugby's Funniest Moments8.6
9Code Black8.3
10Live EFL Cup8.4
Latest Blog Entries
23 FebGap Year: Watch teaser from new E4 comedy starting ...
23 FebEastEnders’ Jo Joyner joins new Channel 4 drama
23 FebThe BRIT Awards 2017: Full winners list
22 FebFirst trailer for new Netflix sci-fi film The Discovery
22 FebNew Louis Theroux documentary series tackles Donald ...
22 FebBroadchurch season 3 release date confirmed
22 FebMade In Chelsea series 13: Full cast list confirmed
22 FebEastEnders’ Ben Hardy gets lead role in BBC series ...
22 FebThe BRIT Awards 2017: Who’s performing?
22 FebGame of Thrones’ Iwan Rheon to play Marvel villain
TV Listings | ABOUT US | CONTACT US | ADVERTISE | FAQ | PRIVACY | © 2017 TVGuide.co.uk Ltd TV Listings. All right reserved & trademarks acknowledged. Now in 50 Countries!