27 July 2016  | 
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EastEnders
(Subtitles)
As the Beales worry about Ben's whereabouts, Sharon takes control of the situation and tells an uneasy Ian exactly what they must do. Ronnie becomes suspicious of Andy's behaviour and realises all is not as it seems, so she confides in Kyle, who comes clean about the pictures he found. Denise informs Vincent that despite what he thinks he saw, she and Kush are simply friends
BBC One (Digital) 7:30pm-8:00pm (30 minutes) Tue 2 Aug

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 1 Aug

 
     
(Subtitles)
Whitney panics when she is called in by the doctor, who tells her she has chlamydia. Will Lee finally admit sleeping with Abi? A crisis at home leaves Louise fearing the worst and she turns to Shirley for help, while Ronnie is pleased to see Jack has made a breakthrough with Richard and tells Andy he has to move out. Denise tells Kush she can no longer see him and needs to stop the training. But with the pair of them struggling to keep their hands off each other, it seems she may find it hard to stick to her words
BBC One (Digital) 8:00pm-8:30pm (30 minutes) Fri 29 Jul

 
     
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Tension grows at the Mitchells, while over at the Arches, Billy confronts Jay over his discovery. Mick and Lee have a heart-to-heart in which the landlord opens up about his own experience of first-time fatherhood. Things grow worse for Jack when Richard storms off
BBC One (Digital) 7:30pm-8:00pm (30 minutes) Thu 28 Jul

 
     
(Subtitles)
Phil learns the truth about recent events, but is it what he wants to hear? Billy and Louise break the news to Jay that Phil doesn't want him helping at the Arches, prompting a disappointed Honey to tell her husband he should stand up for him instead. Martin realises all is not well with Lee, who admits he is scared about becoming a father, and Jack tries to put an end to Richard's habits, which proves more difficult than he imagined
BBC One (Digital) 7:30pm-8:00pm (30 minutes) Tue 26 Jul

 
     
(Subtitles)
As the residents continue to come to terms with their loss, Louise tries to take some pressure off Phil by looking after the Arches, but soon realises she is out of her depth and turns to a reluctant Jay for help - a decision that doesn't go down too well with her dad. Mick and Buster team up to help Lee through his doubts about fatherhood, while Belinda drums up business for the opening of her salon - although her sales tactics leave the locals distinctly unimpressed
BBC One (Digital) 8:00pm-8:30pm (30 minutes) Mon 25 Jul

 
     
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Lee tells his family he and Whitney want to keep their pregnancy to themselves for the time being, but the news quickly spreads and before long it seems everyone is celebrating. That turns out to be the least of his problems, however, after Lauren warns him she knows what happened with Abi. Meanwhile, Donna comes to a decision
BBC One (Digital) 8:00pm-8:30pm (30 minutes) Fri 22 Jul

 
     
(Subtitles)
The highs and lows of life with the residents of Albert Square, Walford
BBC One (Digital) 7:30pm-8:00pm (30 minutes) Thu 21 Jul

 
     
(Subtitles)
The Mitchell family are thrown into turmoil after the news about Ben. Over at the Vic, things are much happier as Mick realises Linda is hiding something and tries to get it out of her - and it doesn't take long before she reveals Whitney's news. Lee still needs to know, however, so the mum-to-be throws a romantic meal for her boyfriend - will she finally manage to get the words out without interruption?
BBC One (Digital) 7:30pm-8:00pm (30 minutes) Tue 19 Jul

 
     
(Subtitles)
Ian answers Kathy's phone to discover Ben has been involved in an incident and is in hospital with critical injuries. With Kathy nowhere to be found, he and Phil rush to the hospital, where the doctor breaks the news they were dreading - Ben is dead. Meanwhile, Whitney tries to break her pregnancy news to Lee, but he keeps getting distracted, and Pam prepares to tell Paul the truth about Jenny
BBC One (Digital) 8:00pm-8:30pm (30 minutes) Mon 18 Jul

 
     
(Subtitles)
Louise gives Ben her thoughts on his decision to quit the family business, while a mortified Abi begs Lauren to keep her secret - unaware Whitney thinks she may be pregnant. Pam prepares to tell Paul the truth, Shirley opens up to Phil and Masood gives Jack some advice about young Richard
BBC One (Digital) 8:00pm-8:30pm (30 minutes) Fri 15 Jul

 
     
(Subtitles)
Lauren organises a night out with her friends, but things quickly go downhill - ending in a drunken confession from Abi. Shirley and Denise have their first training session with Kush, although Denise seems more interested in eyeing up the trainer than keeping fit, while Roxy and Andy share a goodnight kiss. Jack advises Billy on how to handle the situation with Janet, and Pam begins to struggle as she questions if she did the right thing by not telling Paul the truth
BBC One (Digital) 7:30pm-8:00pm (30 minutes) Thu 14 Jul

 
     
(Subtitles)
Paul shares his fears that living and working together with Ben might be too much but his boyfriend later assures him everything will be fine. What he doesn't know is that an old relative is about to come back into his life. Billy and Honey are told that Janet's school is no longer able to support her, forcing Billy to admit he has quit his job. Lauren worries she is going to end up as Jane's full-time carer as the Beales prepare for her to come home - until Whitney gives her friend an idea
BBC One (Digital) 7:30pm-8:00pm (30 minutes) Tue 12 Jul

 
     
(Subtitles)
Pam is devastated when Billy fails to come to terms with what he saw and the pair agree he should leave the job. However, when she later tells Les she has had enough, it looks like the end of the line for Coker and Sons. The news doesn't go down too well with Paul - until Ben comes up with an idea. Linda holds a ceremony to honour Peggy, Steve and Lauren decide to look for their own place in Walford, and Ian is frustrated when Jane seems to give up on her physiotherapy
BBC One (Digital) 8:00pm-8:30pm (30 minutes) Mon 11 Jul

 
     
(Subtitles)
Sharon and Buster come looking for Kathy - only to find themselves caught up in Gavin's plot, leaving them all in grave danger. Phil confronts Sam about her drunken behaviour, but it soon becomes clear her problems run much deeper. Encouraging her cousin to open up, Roxy discovers the truth - Sam is finding motherhood difficult and plans to go back to Portugal without Richard
BBC One (Digital) 8:00pm-8:30pm (30 minutes) Fri 8 Jul

 
     
(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

 
     
(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

 
     
(Subtitles)
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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