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Avalon has announced the full line-up for their 25th year at the Edinburgh Fringe festival, featuring comedy greats Al Murray, Lee Nelson, Jenny Eclair and Russell Kane. Book your tickets now to avoid disappointment!
Bianca is put in a difficult position this week after a visit from the police leads to her confronting Liam's gang in EastEnders. Meanwhile, Chesney discovers Katie's deceit in Coronation Street, and Vanessa hands in her resignation after she misdiagnoses Katie's horse. In Hollyoaks, Jacqui is faced with her worst nightmare.
She may be his ex-wife, but Karl's jealously gets the better of him this week when he decides to kidnap Stella before taking his anger out of Sunita and Jason in Coronation Street. Meanwhile in Emmerdale, Gennie's concerns over Brenda's health grow. In EastEnders, Lola takes the law into her own hands and runs away with Lexi, and Hollyoaks' Darren embarks on an elaborate plan to secure his family's future.
Sky Movies customers are in for a real treat this Easter as Sky introduces its brand new Sky Movies Disney Channel. This is the first time that Disney has ever teamed up with another movie channel anywhere in the world!
Love him or hate him, Ricky Gervais is back with his new series Derek tonight. Set in Broadhill Retirement Home, Gervais plays innocent Derek who loves his job and will do anything to put smiles on the residents' faces. The comedy writer reveals how the series is linked to The Office, whilst Karl Pilkington questions his character's wig...
Thursday 24th January sees the launch of Sky Thursdays, providing freeview viewers with the chance to sample some of the best content from Sky on the free channel Pick TV for 12 weeks. Programme highlights include Sky1 HD's award-winning US family comedy Modern Family, Sky Living's brand new US crime drama Elementary, Sky Atlantic's epic drama Game of Thrones, and Sky Arts' A Young Doctor's Notebook.