Picks of the day 1
With Michelle Byrne
Ooh, it takes a brave Princess to stand up to Dirty Den, but tonight Sharon must have courage in spades as she squares up to her dodgy day, who's hatched a cunning plan to rid Walford of his troublesome sort-of-son, Dennis. But Sharon's little sister Vicki (above with Dennis) isn't quite so sure she's doing the right thing. Meanwhile, the Ferrerias continue to fret about their finances as eviction day marches towards them. Elsewhere, Andy steps up to the pressure on Alfie, who won't be borrowing money again in a hurry.
Thedaily mantra of all television schedulers must be, 'You can never have too many medical programmes.' Here's yet another - albeit a docusoap - following staff at London's Royal Hospital accident and emergency department. The helicopter emergency service also makes a flying appearance, so expect plenty of blood and sirens. In tonight's dramatic dose the team rushes to the aid of a skateboarder injured in an accident. It you're squeamish, don't combine this with a TV dinner.
Soon there'll be so many flies on the wall we won't need wallpaper. This TV documentary genre benefits from a generous helping of scadenfreude - something in abundance now bailiffs Sue Whyte (below) and Harri Donnaie are back for a second series. Tonight, they encounter a single mum hundreds of pounds in the red and a caretaker who has 'forgotten' to pay his council tax. These are just two of many fine-dodgers caught red-handed.
Reporter Sandra Jordan reveals that cruelty and repression are day-to-day staples in Indian Kashmir. This first of a new series gives a moving account of the extreme violence endured by the Kashmiri people over the past 15 years. Against the stunning backdrop of the Himalayas, families, homes and lives have been torn apart as Pakistan-backed militant separatists have battled it out with the Indian authorities. Jordan investigates whether recent peace talks have done anything to improve things for the poor desperate civillians.