Emmerdale and Coronation Street were due to air on ITV this evening in their respective time slots, with the latter scheduling an hour-long episode. EastEnders was also set to air on BBC One as the dramatic storylines continue to unfold on the
EASTENDERS has hit back at complaints from viewers who were unhappy with their recent Covid-19 vaccine storyline.
With Martin caught in the middle, Ruby reveals her MRI results have come back. Later in the week, Lily offers Ruby a more sincere apology but it’s clear it’s far from over from Lily’s point of view. But how will she be
The project has now gone £27million over budget and is not expected to be finished until May 2023, which will be nearly five years late. It comes after the annual licence fee is now increasing from £157.50 to £159 from this month,
Fans of the BBC soap will know the Panesar family are complex, with their own secrets and battles to contend with. But, like the Mitchells, they are big on upholding their family name. Speaking exclusively to Express.co.uk, the actress who plays Ash
Matriarch Suki certainly takes her position of head of the household seriously, constantly getting involved in the lives of her children Ash, Kheerat, Jags and Vinny. She already disapproves of Ash and Peter’s relationship, and for good reason. Suki and Peter, unbeknownst
Sharon heads to the gym with the estate agent and, unbeknownst to her, is being watched by Ben’s new ally Kheerat Panesar (Jaz Deol). Ben joins him later and it isn’t long before he also spots Sharon and, wanting to scupper her
“I’m not doing this, we’ve done nothing wrong,” Whitney said. “And you wonder why your Mack has anger problems? I’d look a little closer to home if I were you.” The lawyer has been careful to keep his anger suppressed since Chantelle
EASTENDERS’ Panesar household have established themselves as quite a troubled family since arriving on the square, with matriarch Suki Panesar and her daughter Ash constantly facing a bitter relationship.
Denise (played by Diane Parish) has been desperate to save her daughter Chelsea (Zaarah Abrahams) from death or at least, from a lifetime behind bars for getting involved with a dangerous drug lord on EastEnders. This has included trying to set up