Davood Ghadami Thinks Peter Killed Lucy

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Saturday, 31 January 2015

Davood Ghadami thinks Peter Beale killed his twin sister. The killer will be outed on February 19th during the shows epic week to mark their 30th anniversary.

In an interview with Attitude Magazine he said:  "I think it was Peter. And I think Peter, having done it, confessed to Ian, who tried to cover it up for his son's sake."

The 32-year-old actor who plays Kush Kazemi said it is incredible to be part of such an amazing show and that he is nervous about the live shows.

"[I'm feeling] Nervous! The fact there are going to be millions of people watching. Do you know how many a million is? A lot!"

Monday: "You've started to believe Linda" (VIDEO)

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Friday, 30 January 2015

Shirley and Dean play the blame game in Monday's episode.

PICTURES: Dean Faces Tough Questioning

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EastEnders have released pictures of Dean being questioned by police. On Thursday we see the police arrive and Dean is left to finally begin to face what he has done.

Dean will go through tough questioning by the police but continues to plead his innocence and states that Lind is making the whole thing up.

After a week of rows once more, Shirley is forced to choose which one of her sons to stand by and which one to walk away from.

EastEnders airs these scenes tonight at 8pm on BBC One.

Back To Ours Episode 2: Samantha & Rita

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Samantha & Rita welcome you into their Walford home to celebrate 30 years of EastEnders.

Schedule Changes Ahead


Thursday, 29 January 2015

Live week will now start from Tuesday, February 17, it has been revealed.

The live episodes of the BBC soap were originally expected to air from the Monday. The schedule change is thought to be the result of the BBC's FA Cup football coverage.

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The serial will broadcast a 30-minute live episode and a Lucy Beale flashback episode during the week.

The other instalments airing that week will also include live elements.

Meanwhile, EastEnders' 30th anniversary will be marked with two special broadcasts on Radio 2 next month.

Executive producer Dominic Treadwell-Collins has also promised that "there will be justice" at the end of the Linda Carter and Dean Wicks rape storyline.

Huge Twist in Linda/Dean Storyline

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Wednesday, 28 January 2015

Many fans have been gripped by the current storyline which saw Linda attacked by her brother-in-law Dean back in October.
Fans will finally get their wish for revenge when Dean gets what he deserves, but not in the way you would expect.
EastEnders boss Dominic Treadwell-Collins told RadioTimes.com there will be a ‘shocking’ twist to the Linda and Dean rape plot.
‘There will be justice. And how it’s meted out will be satisfying but shocking too,’ he revealed.

Last week Linda reported Dean to the Police but Dominic says he will put the Carters in the centre of the drama, not the Police.

‘We’re not The Bill,’ he continued.
‘That show was about the police solving things. I don’t have main characters who are police officers.
‘We have tried very hard to create police characters who are interesting and who have their own stories. And there are more police twists coming up.
‘But that’s not who my viewers are tuning in to see.
‘They want to see Linda and Mick. They’re the people they care about and not the police. So the police solving it is not satisfying for the viewer.’

Last year the telly boss said that Dean – played by Matt Di Angelo – will not face trial for the brutal attack.
Discussing his reasons, he said: ‘The easy and wrong way would be to have Dean arrested and taken off to prison. That’s not what happens. I’d love to have done a big trial – we won’t be doing a trial.’
Kellie Bright – who plays Queen Vic landlady Linda Carter – also admitted she wants to see a showdown between her character and Di Angelo’s.
‘Recently, I’ve been feeling very strongly that Linda should have a face to face with Dean. There are a lot of people fighting for Linda and I personally want to see Linda fight for herself.’

Janine To Return?

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EastEnders Charlie Brooks who played Janine in EastEnders has said she would love the opportunity to return to the soap.

We last see Janine in March 2014 after she left the country after getting away with murdering her husband Michael Moon.

Charlie Brooks as Janine Butcher
Charlie Brooks as Janine Butcher

Speaking to Inside Soap, Brooks said: "Without being presumptuous - who knows if they will want me back? - the opportunity to return would be good.

"I would love to see what Janine has been up to - I imagine she is struggling, sleeping in her sister Diane's spare bed."

Despite being happy to return, Brooks believes that her time away from the show was important, in order to give viewers a rest from Janine.

Janine gives her version of events
Janine standing trial in EastEnders

Brooks said: "The thing with Janine is that she is the type of character who needs a rest to keep her interesting. But you can take her in all directions, and I love how they manage to keep her just the right side of camp.

"I especially loved my last line on the show, when this guy asks Janine what she has been doing, and she looks at him and says, 'Getting away with murder'. Amazing."

Back To Ours Episode 1: Kat & Alfie (FULL EPISODE)

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Tuesday, 27 January 2015

EastEnders Back To Ours Episode 1 - Shane Richie & Jessie Wallace

Thursday: "You're not a criminal" (VIDEO)

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Shirley's still backing Dean in Thursday's episode.

EastEnders 30th, The Official Trailer!

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Monday, 26 January 2015

Check out the official trailer for EastEnders 30th Anniversary.

Matt & Ben Red Carpet Interviews (NTA's 2015)

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Sunday, 25 January 2015

Matt Di Angelo speaks to What's On TV on the red carpet. "The live EastEnders is going to make some waves: Ben Hardy on the red carpet:

Mick Reaches Boiling Point

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It's a showdown in Walford with the Carter brothers and Mick's anger has reached boiling point.

Linda took the tough decision to report Dean to the Police, she will soon learn that she will have to wait upto six weeks for the CPS to decide whether to charge him.

Dean is starting to struggle as people gossip and his staff start quitting one by one.

Shirley later arrives with a ticket for Dean to leave London but he refuses. Denise also quits her job at the Vic to show her support to her step-son.

Mick reaches a point where he decides to storm over to Blades to confront Dean.

With a panicked Shirley pleading with Mick, he drags Dean off to the allotments, what does he have in store?

Mick makes an unexpected appearance at Blades
Mick makes an unexpected appearance at Blades

Mick demands a word with Dean
Mick demands a word with Dean

Mick drags Dean off to the allotments
Mick drags Dean off to the allotments

Mick struggles to control his anger
Mick struggles to control his anger

Will Mick let Dean go?
Will Mick let Dean go?

EastEnders airs these scenes on Tuesday, February 3 and Thursday, February 5 at 7.30pm on BBC One.

Mick Throws Peggy Out The Queen Vic! (VIDEO)

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Saturday, 24 January 2015

As we reported before Christmas, Barbara and Danny will share a scene in the Vic. Danny is head of the Queen Victoria and has been for over a year, but speaking to The Radio Times he explains that when Peggy returns in February she starts "smashing the gaff up so I throw her out" says Dyer.

Watch Danny explain his on screen experience with Babs!

Next Week on EastEnders (Looks like another great week!)

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Dean is still strutting around Walford without a care in the world, still sticking to his word that Linda is making everything up.

One person will not be buying Dean's story and that's Stacey Branning, Stacey visits Dean at Blades and tells him to stay away from Lilly and that she has given a statement to the Police leaving Dean devastated.

Mick's starting to panic that Linda will not get justice for what happened to her in October, he loses his rag with Stan who tells him it's Linda's word against Dean's.

Mick sees Dean walk into the bar and is furious and as Mick is about to turf the lowlife out the Police arrive.


It's the week of Emma's funeral and her ex Bryant turns up and bans Max from the service. Max decides to stay at home and seeks solace in the bottom of a whiskey bottle.

Carol visits Max to tell him not to mess with Phil and his money. Carol sees Max with Emma's mum Margot and assumes the pair are having an affair.

Max hits self destruct and hits the bottle again, he's on a mission!


Jane thinks the plans to her low key wedding are underway but walks in to find half of Walfords men dressed in kilts. Ian has decided the men will wear tartan on the big day.


Shabnam's 29th birthday and Masood is stunned when she reveals she has been left a substantial amount of money. Kush is buzzing after Shabnam kisses him but it's Stacey who is confused in the week when Shabnam reveals she has done something terrible that has been haunting her for years. Shabnam will finally reveal what secret she has harbored since she arrived back in Walford.

"I want all the women in Walford" Blackwood on joining EastEnders (VIDEO)

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Friday, 23 January 2015

Next month the Comedian/Actor/Presenter will be walking into Walford. He is tipped to be the new badman of the east end giving Phil Mitchell a run for his money.

Richards main priority when he arrives in E20? Well it seems to be the women! Richard will join the cast during the live week in February.

Speaking to The Radio Times, Richard says: "He's not just a villain in the sense that he's a basic villain," he told RadioTimes.com at last night's National Television Awards. "He's got good layers to him so I'm really looking forward to going in there and freaking people out."
Blackwood will speak his first lines live on set next month, but he's already made a sneaky appearance in Walford when a poster for one of his comedy gigs appeared in the background during last Monday's episode.

"That was on purpose," he says. "EastEnders know what they're doing. They subliminally put my picture in your head and you go, 'was that Richard Blackwood?' And bam, live episode – I'm there. It's to plant the seed. People think it was a mistake – it's not a mistake."

EastEnders 'Back To Ours' First Look! (VIDEO)

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With Gogglebox on their mind, EastEnders have made an exclusive iPlayer series which will be available soon.

Back to Ours is a special iPlayer series commissioned to mark EastEnders' 30th anniversary, which will see cast members watching back some of their most memorable scenes in the comfort of their on-screen homes.

The below preview sho Shane and Jessie reminiscing over Kat Slater's iconic "You ain't my mother" moment with her daughter Zoe.

Barbara Windsor and Pam St Clement have joined to star in the series. Pat Butcher actress St Clement left the soap in 2012 and went on to say: "What fun - not only catching up and chatting with Babs but being surrounded by friends and crew from the EastEnders production team - it was like coming home!"

Adam Woodyatt (Ian Beale), Laurie Brett (Jane Beale), Rita Simons (Roxy Mitchell), Samantha Womack (Ronnie Mitchell), Shane Richie (Alfie Moon), Jessie Wallace (Kat Moon), Diane Parish (Denise Fox), Tameka Empson (Kim Fox), Rudolph Walker (Patrick Trueman), Himesh Patel (Tamwar Masood) and Nitin Ganatra (Masood Ahmed) will also appear in the series.

EastEnders: Back to Ours will launch on January 27 on BBC iPlayer, with two episodes released each week in the run-up to the anniversary.

Monday: Happy Birthday! (VIDEO)

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Thursday, 22 January 2015

Has Shabnam got more than the birthday blues in Monday's episode?

That Lucy Beale Clue

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Wednesday, 21 January 2015

If you watch tonight's NTA's you would have seen, actually you would have heard the clue that links to the killer of Lucy Beale.

Dermot read a message that said: "This is the last thing Lucy heard," before playing a short clip of music.

Hetti Bywater as Lucy Beale in EastEnders
Hetti Bywater as Lucy Beale in EastEnders

What we heard was Lucy's music box 'Oh, What a Beautiful Mornin'', the opening song from the musical Oklahoma!

The music box was put under the tree on Christmas Day but viewers were yet to find out why.

The ongoing murder mystery isn't set to be resolved until the show's 30th anniversary next month, and the suspects were narrowed down over the New Year.

The identity of Lucy's killer will be officially revealed on Thursday, February 19 and will be one of the highlights of the big birthday week, which kicks off from Monday, February 16.

A special flashback episode will also air next month alongside the anniversary celebrations as viewers finally discover what really happened on the night that Lucy died.

Ian's Wedding Day Surprise.

Ian will have a novel idea for his wedding next week which surprises Jane.

Jane will become frustrated when his friendship with Alfie starts getting in the way of their low key wedding plans.

However, she is unaware that Ian is plotting a surprise for their impending big day and conspires with Alfie and Sonia to get Jane out of the house for a few hours.

Later, Ian finally prepares to unveil his big surprise but ends up raising more than a few eyebrows when it is revealed that he wants the groom party to wear kilts in the Beale tartan. How will Jane react?

Everyone is surprised at Ian being measured!
Everyone is surprised at Ian being measured!

Jane is shocked to see the men in kilts!
Jane is shocked to see the men in kilts!

Jane is shocked at what she sees
Jane is shocked at what she sees

EastEnders airs these scenes on Tuesday, January 27 at 7.30pm on BBC One.

Lucy Killer Clue Shown At NTA's Tonight!

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With the National Television Awards on tonight the BBC have announced that a clue as to who Lucy's killer is will be revealed during the awards ceremony.

The mystery isn't set to be resolved until the show's 30th anniversary in 4 weeks, and the suspects were narrowed down over the New Year.

Hetti Bywater as Lucy Beale in EastEnders
Hetti Bywater as Lucy Beale

This evening's event at London's O2 will see all the suspects attend, with a "major clue" being unveiled during the ceremony.

"EastEnders are keeping their cards close to their chest, not even divulging the information to NTA execs," read a statement.

"The clue will remain under lock and key, guarded by tight security until mid-show, when BBC security will bring the clue on stage, to be revealed live on air."

The identity of Lucy's killer will be officially revealed on Thursday, February 19 and will be one of the highlights of the big birthday week, which kicks off from Monday, February 16.

A special flashback episode will also air next month alongside the anniversary celebrations as viewers finally discover what really happened on the night that Lucy died.

The National Television Awards will be broadcast live on ITV from 7.30pm tonight.

Thursday: Linda's news rocks her family (VIDEO)

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Tuesday, 20 January 2015

Linda's news rocks her family
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Tuesday: Linda Reports Dean (VIDEO)

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A difficult time for Linda in Tuesday's episode. But will Mick be there to support her?
EastEnders Tuesday - Linda Reports Dean by walfordeast

Tonight on EastEnders (Monday 19th Jan 8pm)

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Monday, 19 January 2015

Linda wants a normal day as it's Micks birthday, then she finally reports Dean to the police. Unfortunately, the mood within the Carter clan is sour as Nancy and Lee storm out in protest when their parents continue to keep quiet over what has been going on.

While Mick is out trying to find them, Shirley arrives at The Vic to drop off a birthday gift for him and she makes it clear that she doesn't believe Linda's accusations against Dean.

Determined to prove that she is telling the truth, Linda describes her ordeal. Shirley leaves, but who does she believe - Linda or Dean?

Mick supports Linda
Mick supports Linda

Later, Mick returns to the pub and Linda decides that she can't stay silent for any longer, so they both head to the police station…

Meanwhile, Charlie and Sharon are worried about Phil's predicament and they desperately try to find a way to get him out of trouble. After meeting up with Ritchie, Sharon warns Phil that they can't tell the truth for the sake of the baby, as they don't want him to grow up without a father.

Elsewhere, Stacey is hungover and agrees to go for a run with Shabnam. When the two friends bump into Kush, Shabnam pretends to be out of breath and unprepared for the upcoming marathon.

Check out the preview of tonight's episode:

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Mick Demands Dean To Leave The Pub

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Sunday, 18 January 2015

Dean will cause trouble next week when, after being asked numerous times to leave and never come back, Dean returns to the pub.

After Linda reports her rape ordeal to the police, the whole Carter family attempt business as usual at The Vic by hosting a karaoke night, despite their worries that justice won't be served.

Dean also attempts to ignore the gossip about him and Linda by returning to Blades, but the reality hits home when Stacey Branning refuses to let him anywhere near her daughter Lily.

As a result, Dean's defiance re-emerges and he decides to join Shirley, Patrick, Kim and Denise for the festivities at the pub.

An angry Mick (Danny Dyer) immediately tells Dean to leave, but Dean insists on staying despite Shirley's pleas for him to go outside. How will Mick react? And why is Shirley so desperate to get him out of the pub?

Mick gets angry with Dean
Mick gets angry with Dean

Shirley insists that Dean should leave
Shirley insists that Dean should leave

EastEnders airs these scenes on Thursday, January 29 at 7.30pm on BBC One.

Christian Returns, John Partridge to Reprise Role

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An old face returns to Walford in February, Christian Clarke returns to see his sister marry Ian Beale.
Christian left Walford in 2012 with Syed Masoon and briefly returned last year for Lucy's funeral.

"I am honoured to be returning to EastEnders at this most exciting time to celebrate 30 years of the show, and more importantly to find out who killed Lucy," John is quoted.
Executive producer Dominic Treadwell-Collins added: "How could Jane get married to Ian (again) without her brother there?
"Johnny Partridge and Christian Clarke are loved by the audience and his EastEnders family, and we are all thrilled t have him back for our anniversary. And we'll be putting Johnny's extensive theatre experience to good use, as he is plunged into EastEnders' live week."

Christian returned for Lucy's funeral
Other returning cast members include Barbara Windsor as Peggy Mitchell and Jo Joyner as Tanya Branning.
It has also been confirmed that comedian Richard Blackwood will join the soap during the week of February 16, EastEnders' big 30th anniversary week.

Someone Helps Dot Murder Her Son

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Dot Branning is about to shock the world of television when she murders her son Nick during the shows 30th Anniversary.

Dot will also have help in the murder in the shape of someone she holds dear. All of us here at WalfordEast think it's Fatboy!

It is thought that Dot will take the full rap for killing her son during the 30th Anniversary live shows next month.
Dot will hand herself into the Police saying "I did it, I killed my son". There will be no huge investigation.

“It will emerge she may have had at least one accomplice, who may have actually carried it out. Dot might be taking the rap to protect someone.

“Gradually viewers will be able to piece together what happened with the help of flashbacks. It will be more like Broadchurch than Albert Square.”
It will be the second time Nick, played by John Altman, 62, has “died” after he faking his own demise last year.

Richard Blackwood is EastEnders New Villain!

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A new villain arrives in Walford in the same week that Nasty Nick Cotton is ­finally killed off.
Comedian, singer, DJ and former MTV host Richard Blackwood, 42, starts filming in Albert Square for live episodes to mark the BBC soap’s 30th anniversary next month.
The exact role is secret but ­insiders told the Sunday People it is “explosive” and he’s poised to become a larger-than-life new villain. If one thing EastEnders is currently without, that's a super-villain!

Richard, step-brother of super­model Naomi Campbell, made his name hosting MTV’s music show Select in the 90s.
He had a No 3 single in 2003 with his song Mama Who Da Man.
Richard made a brief appearance in TV hospital drama Holby City and recently played Donkey in a West End production of Shrek.

Calling the role an “amazing ­opportunity” he said: “EastEnders is a show I’ve grown up watching so to film on Albert Square is ­something I’ll never get used to.
“To know my first-ever scene will be a live one hopefully means the team believe in me and I won’t let them down.”

Executive producer Dominic Treadwell-Collins said: “Richard has always been on our EastEnders wish list – and now the perfect part has come along.
“He’s an authentic Londoner and a terrific actor, bringing with him warmth, humour and energy which will add so many layers to this 21st century EastEnders villain.
"The status quo in the Square is about to be well and truly shaken.”

The show, first broadcast on February 19, 1985, is celebrating its big anniversary with one fully live 30-minute episode and other live segments throughout the week.
The killer of Lucy Beale will ­finally be unmasked and long-term bad-boy Nasty Nick Cotton (John Altman) will be ­murdered. His long-suffering mum Dot Branning (June Brown) will shock everyone when she confesses to the killing.

Sources say one episode will be a flashback to Good Friday last year when viewers will see exactly how and why Lucy died. In the same week her father Ian Beale will remarry ex-wife Jane.
Show favourite Barbara Windsor will also be back as Peggy Mitchell and Jo Joyner as Tanya Cross as part of the celebrations.

Charlie Austin, QPR footballer on Danny Dyer & Lucy Beale (VIDEO)

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Saturday, 17 January 2015

Many EastEnders fans are currently fuming as the football interrupts the schedule yet again. But bringing the two together, check out QPR's Charlie Austin talking how he is 'buzzing' on EastEnders' current storylines. You can also check out the TV schedule changes here.

Monday: "Your son attacked me" (VIDEO)


Friday, 16 January 2015

Linda's under pressure in Monday's episode. But from who?
EastEnders Monday by walfordeast

Happiness for the Carters?

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The big man at the top Dominic Treadwell-Collins has promised to ease up on the Carter misery for a little while in 2015.

Linda and Mick Carter, played by Kellie Bright and Danny Dyer, are working to stay strong together as Linda fights for justice against Mick's brother Dean Wicks (Matt Di Angelo) who raped her.

Linda is also facing the prospect of giving birth to her baby, not knowing if the father is Dean or Mick.
On top of that Mick has had to cope with the news that the woman he thought was his sister, Shirley (Linda Henry), is actually his mother. Not to mention all the problems going on with their other children Johnny, Nancy and Lee.

But Dominic told Inside Soap magazine: "We've scripted the birth, which is suitably dramatic, of course!
"But ultimately it's not going to be all bleak for the Carter clan. The storylines we're playing out on screen at the moment are heavy, but there will be some joy coming up for the family."
 Kellie admits it can't all be easy for the Carters.
She said: "It wouldn't ring true if Mick and Linda's relationship was all rosy after the revelations.
"Of course it changes their partnership, and there's her unborn child into the mix too.
"If you ask me, though, Mick Carter is the best husband on the planet.
"I never had any doubt that he would react to Linda's confession in the way that he has."

Friday: "Dad don't just flip out" (VIDEO)

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Will Shirley confirm Nancy's suspicions in Friday's episode?
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EastEnders: Did you know?

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Thursday, 15 January 2015

Thursday: "We need a chat" (VIDEO)

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Wednesday, 14 January 2015

Aunt Babe drops a bombshell in Thursday's episode
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More Carter Secrets Revealed Next Week

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Tuesday, 13 January 2015

Shirley will reveal a shocking secret to son Mick as to why she decided not to raise him as her own.

After the entire family are made aware of Linda's rape ordeal, Stan collapses and it leads to Shirley explaining all.

Linda Henry and Shirley Carter in EastEnders
Linda Henry as Shirley Carter

Although Dean and Mick both help Stan into The Vic, Mick warns Dean to leave and is left livid when Dean says he'll be back.

As Dean leaves, Nancy follows him out and warns him to stay away, but a fragile Stan speaks to Shirley alone upstairs and tells her to fix everything.

Danny Dyer as Mick Carter in EastEnders
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Danny Dyer as Mick Carter

Taking Stan's words on board, Shirley realises she can no longer watch her family fall apart and decides it's time Mick knew the truth about why she pretended to be his sister.

As dark secrets spill out, it looks as though the Carters will be torn even further apart. Will things ever be the same again?

EastEnders airs these scenes at the special time of Thursday, January 22 at 8.30pm on BBC One.

Dean confronted by Mum over rape

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Dean will be left shocked next week when mother Shirley will confront him over Linda's allegations of rape against him.

The family are left shocked when Linda reports Dean to the Police, leaving them shocked and Shirley is left questioning if her daughter-in-law would resort to that if she was lying.

Although Shirley tells a devastated Linda that she doesn't believe her, she can't help but be unnerved when Linda relays her harrowing version of events.

Linda tells Shirley she isn't lying about the rape.
Linda tells Shirley she isn't lying about the rape

With Linda's words in her mind, Shirley asks her son to tell her exactly what happened that night with Linda, leaving him furious.

After calming down, Dean later gives Shirley his version of events, but will Shirley believe him?

Dean gives Shirley his version of events.
Dean gives Shirley his version of events

Meanwhile, a furious Lee Carter will attack Dean after he finally learns of his mother's ordeal.

When Shirley storms over to The Vic with Dean, Lee immediately starts to attack him as Mick struggles to pull them apart.

EastEnders airs these scenes on Tuesday, January 20 and Thursday, January 22 on BBC One.

Tuesday: Yvonne looks for the money (VIDEO)

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Monday, 12 January 2015

Can Nick bluff his way out of trouble, or will Yvonne be believed in Tuesday's episode?
EastEnders Tuesday by walfordeast

Dot Kills Nick


 Dot Branning will be arrested for the murder of her son Nick Cotton.

We will have to wait until the 30th anniversary of the soap next month to watch the drama unfold in a string of live episodes.
According to the Sunday Mirror Dot will finally crack after years of torment from her criminal son, and on the realisation that he killed Emma Summerhayes and put Ronnie into a coma.
As with all things in soapland the plot will not be straightforward and will feature many twists and turns.
John Alterman and June Brown on EastEndersBBC
Sources say Dot will finally crack and will kill her evil son "Nasty" Nick Cotton
EastEnders spoiler Dot Cotton to kill son Nick 
Dot thought Nick died last year after he faked his own death
A source told the paper: "Having Dot accused of murdering Nick will be a real shocker for fans.
"Everyone has been waiting for Lucy Beale's killer to be revealed as part of the anniversary week – which will happen. But in this amazing twist, the soap will immediately be plunged into another big murder mystery."
The insider added: "The prospect of widowed pensioner Dot facing trial and being put behind bars for killing her son is a huge storyline. Producers have been plotting it for over a year, ever since John Altman returned.
"EastEnders have enjoyed a massive resurgence in recent months and producers are convinced this murder plot invoking Dot Dot will help them keep ahead in the ratings battle with Coronation Street."

Linda finally goes to Police over Dean

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Sunday, 11 January 2015

It's the moment you've all been waiting for, Linda arrives at the station to report Dean.
  After returning to Albert Square, Linda decides that she can’t keep silent anymore and needs to report Dean to the police. With Mick by her side, a brave Linda heads to the police station to report Dean and give her statement
Linda to report Dean
With Mick by her side, Linda goes to the Walford police station and prepares to give her statement.

BBC After returning to Albert Square, Linda decides that she can’t keep silent anymore and needs to report Dean to the police. With Mick by her side, a brave Linda heads to the police station to report Dean and give her statement
Linda has Mick by her side
 The couple were left reeling over Christmas as millions of viewers saw Linda finally reveal her rape ordeal to Mick, causing him to beat up Dean (Matt Di Angelo) and smash up the pub.
With the shock and stress of the situation all too much for her, Linda then left to stay with her mum Elaine Peacock (Maria Friedman) - but briefly returned in the December 29 episode, reuniting with Mick, and the pair went back to Watford together.

BBC After returning to Albert Square, Linda decides that she can’t keep silent anymore and needs to report Dean to the police. With Mick by her side, a brave Linda heads to the police station to report Dean and give her statement
Will Linda go through with her statement?
 Mick and Linda left the pub in the hands of their children Lee and Nancy Carter, with strict instructions that both evil Dean and Shirley Carter, who revealed she's actually Mick's mum over Christmas, aren't allowed in.
They'll be in for a shock as Shirley has been helping Nancy in the pub - and even invites Dean to live there in upcoming episodes.
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