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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 5 Jul

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(Subtitles)
The highs and lows of life with the residents of Albert Square, Walford
BBC One (Digital) 8:00pm-8:30pm (30 minutes) Mon 4 Jul

 
     
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News that the Mitchell brothers will once again be reunited for Peggy's funeral proves short-lived when it turns out Grant is not coming. However, sister Sam does make the journey - and Jack panics when he sees her arrive with his young son Richard. Having collapsed, Les is carried into the ambulance in full dress and make-up - will anyone recognise Christine as their local undertaker? With his boss incapacitated, Billy realises he is now in charge of his Aunt Peggy's funeral tomorrow
BBC One (Digital) 7:30pm-8:00pm (30 minutes) Thu 30 Jun

 
     
(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 Jun

 
     
(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 Jun

 
     
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Ronnie is shaken by Dot's discovery, but with Jack out of the house, she is left to face Andy alone. Is she really in danger from her new housemate? A downbeat Jay overhears Honey and Billy talk about him, forcing Billy to admit that parents at the school disagree with their living arrangements. Denise tries to explain to Carmel where things went wrong with Masood, Kush distracts Martin as Shakil and Bex share a kiss and Shirley confronts Pam about the cost of Peggy's funeral
BBC One (Digital) 8:00pm-8:30pm (30 minutes) Fri 24 Jun

 
     
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It's Carmel's 50th birthday so Denise organises a surprise party at Beale's. However, as she and Masood talk about relationships, she is shocked when he leans in for a kiss - and things only get worse when the guest of honour spots the incident. Meanwhile, Andy is stunned when Jack and Ronnie offer him their spare room, the Mitchells get a big shock when Les discusses Peggy's funeral arrangements and Ben impersonates Phil in a bid to help Jay
BBC One (Digital) 7:30pm-8:00pm (30 minutes) Thu 23 Jun

 
     
(Subtitles)
Lauren tells Steven she wants them to get back together, while Sonia admits to Martin that she no longer loves Tina. Vincent confronts Kim about her behaviour toward Donna, leading her to share a harsh reality, and Belinda reveals Neville has cut off her credit card and sets her eyes on opening a salon at Blades. As a result, Andy takes the opportunity to move out - then lies to Roxy that he has been kicked out in the hope she will give him a place to stay instead
BBC One (Digital) 7:30pm-8:00pm (30 minutes) Tue 21 Jun

 
     
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The Beale family come to terms with the outcome of Bobby's hearing, but their minds turn elsewhere when they receive some good news about Jane, although Ian's good mood doesn't last for long when he makes a discovery. Linda and Mick grow frustrated when the social worker cancels their appointment and tells them it will be a four-week wait to find an alternative home for Sylvie, while Martin goes with Sonia to her appointment
BBC One (Digital) 8:00pm-8:30pm (30 minutes) Fri 17 Jun

 
     
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Bobby's sentence is announced and Linda and Mick agree that Sylvie can stay the night after she wandered off from the care home, leaving Babe fuming at their decision. Martin and Shakil start to argue at a family meal arranged by Sonia, who starts to realise how much Bex needs her, and arranges an appointment with her surgeon
BBC One (Digital) 7:30pm-8:00pm (30 minutes) Thu 16 Jun

 
     
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It is the day of Bobby's hearing and the argument between Kathy and Sharon over how he should be treated causes Ian to snap. Mick grows frustrated when he and Linda take Ollie for his check-up, as he fails to get the answers he wants, while Belinda receives a letter from Neville filing for divorce and Bex tells Martin that nothing is going on between her and Shakil
BBC One (Digital) 7:00pm-7:30pm (30 minutes) Tue 14 Jun

 
     
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As Jane prepares for her move to Birmingham, the family helps her pack - but when Ian's rudeness proves too much, Lauren snaps and storms off. Meanwhile, Kim finds herself in an uncomfortable position, and despite Louise's meddling, Bex ends up alone with Shakil, although Martin is not too happy when he discovers the pair together
BBC One (Digital) 8:00pm-8:30pm (30 minutes) Fri 10 Jun

 
     
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As the day of Max's court hearing arrives, Lauren wants to be there for her dad - but when Abi says she cannot face him, the sisters write a letter in the hope of reaching out to him and becoming a family again. Kim tries to persuade Vincent not to have a baby with another woman, while Pam suggests Ben should stay for the night, unaware Christine is back in Les's life. Louise manipulates Bex in her attempt to win Shakil
BBC One (Digital) 7:30pm-8:00pm (30 minutes) Thu 9 Jun

 
     
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Paul encourages Les to take a stand, so he visits Babe and tells her he is prepared to go to the police - even if it means the truth about Christine coming out. Vincent is in two minds about fathering Donna's baby, but agrees to talk to Kim about it - although his attempts are thwarted when a furious Carmel turns up wanting to know why she was banned from the salsa show. Lauren grows frustrated when Ian locks himself away and ignores his grandson, so she confronts him about it, while Ronnie goes on a double date with an anxious Roxy
BBC One (Digital) 7:30pm-8:00pm (30 minutes) Tue 7 Jun

 
     
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Donna is mortified by her drunken actions and confides in Pam, who suggests she should put herself forward as the new market inspector. Lauren is stunned to learn that Max has stopped her and Abi from visiting him, while Ronnie tries to warn Roxy away from Andy, but her sister refuses to open up. Pam worries about the Cokers' growing financial problems, and the residents get more than they bargained for at the community centre when the tutor for the salsa class arrives
BBC One (Digital) 8:00pm-8:30pm (30 minutes) Mon 6 Jun

 
     
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Ronnie confronts Jack about his refusal to let Roxy back in to Amy's life, leading to an argument. But will Roxy come clean about everything that has happened? Kush helps a drunken Donna home from the pub - and is stunned when she asks a further favour from him. Denise wants to better herself by signing up for a GCSE course at the community centre, but has second thoughts and ends up taking dancing lessons instead
BBC One (Digital) 8:00pm-8:30pm (30 minutes) Fri 3 Jun

 
     
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Ian is determined to fix his family problems, only for things to take a turn for the worst, while Jack puts his foot down when Roxy tries to get back into Amy's life. Buster takes advantage of having no inspector at the market, Claudette asks for Donna's help speaking to Vincent, and Andy takes a shine to Roxy
BBC One (Digital) 7:30pm-8:00pm (30 minutes) Thu 2 Jun

 
     
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A torn Ian heads to the police station with Bobby to find out whether his son will be charged. The Branning sisters try to clear the air, and while Lauren finally comes clean about what's going on between her and Peter, Abi is horrified to learn that her sister knew about Bobby all along
BBC One (Digital) 7:30pm-8:00pm (30 minutes) Tue 31 May

 
     
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Ian is reeling from Lauren's return to the Square and despite Kathy's pleas for him to take a break, he and Bobby head back to the hospital - where Jane's mother Linda is less than happy to see the youngster. Lauren is frustrated when Abi refuses to help Max, while Roxy makes a decision about her future
BBC One (Digital) 8:00pm-8:30pm (30 minutes) Mon 30 May

 
     
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With Jane still in hospital and Ian on a downward spiral, Christian gives his brother-in-law the benefit of the doubt and allows him to explain everything. Will he forgive him for everything that has happened? Roxy is keen to make a fresh start and tells Ronnie she is renting a new flat, Pam confronts Babe again, and Sharon and Shirley pack away Peggy's belongings to help Phil - unaware of the effect it will have on him
BBC One (Digital) 8:00pm-8:30pm (30 minutes) Fri 27 May

 


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