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» EastEnders 7.30pm, BBC1 ... Another 'unmissable' episode, in which Spencer's easter egg business plan suffers a setback. We know all the girlies (and quite a few of the boys) are frothing at the gusset for Spencer at the moment, but this really is a load of old rubbish.
» Holby City 8pm (8.30pm in Scotland), BBC1 ... It's that time of year in Holby again - yes, everyone's contracts have expired, so the producers have to find ways to write out half of the cast in the space of a fortnight without anyone noticing. The clearout starts tonight with some bad luck for Steve and Ben (see the Spoiler Zone to find out what it is), and Danny thinking about his future. As long as they're not getting rid of Chrissie, we will be quite happy.
» Footloose 10pm, VH1 ... Earlier showings of this film were obviously a big success, as VH1 have now decided to screen it every day.
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