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EastEnders fans outrage at Lucy Beale killer

'EastEnders' fans took to social networking sites to blast the show after Bobby Beale was revealed as Lucy Beale's killer last night (19.02.15). While some praised the writers for their ''Shakespeare-like'' work, many were left disappointed that Lucy's half-brother - played by Eliot Carrington - turned out to be the blonde beauty's murderer with some saying they felt ''robbed'' of months of their lives after the character (Hetti Bywater) was killed in April 2014. NatalieMcCoy92 wrote on Twitter: ''#eastenders you owe me 10 months of my life back. That was just crap and the wait wasn't worth it (sic)'' 1979_Rom_ tweeted:
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Bobby Beale revealed as EastEnders' killer

EastEnders' 'who killed Lucy Beale?' storyline took a shocking twist last night (19.02.15) as it was revealed her half-brother Bobby brutally murdered her last year. Fans of the BBC One soap were left on the edge of their seats until the very end of the semi-live double episode when it became apparent the 11 year old had smashed the businesswoman - played by Hetti Bywater - over the head with her jewellery box. The shocking revelation came after viewers already thought they'd cracked the killer in the earlier episode when Lucy's father Ian Beale (Adam Woodyatt) accused his new wife and
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Thursday’s best TV

  • The Guardian - TV News
Lucy Beale’s killer is finally revealed in EastEnders, The Great British Sewing Bee takes on the 1950s, and we get a glimpse of a year in the life of Britain’s Biggest Primary School. Plus the man tasked with making Prince Charles likable

The ’Enders Live Week climaxes with the much-anticipated Who Killed Lucy Beale? extravaganza. There will be flashbacks to the night of her death, which gives Lucy (Hetti Bywater) the chance to return, along with Jake (Jamie Lomas) and the high priestess of shambling chic Rainie (Tanya Franks). Part of tonight’s episode is live as the killer is finally revealed and, with the soap at the top of its game on its 30th anniversary and a raft of shifty suspects to choose from, it should be a proper shocker. Hannah Verdier

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Chloe Etherington and Nathan Henry join Geordie Shore

EastEnders' 'who killed Lucy Beale?' storyline took a shocking twist last night (19.02.15) as it was revealed her half-brother Bobby brutally murdered her last year. Fans of the BBC One soap were left on the edge of their seats until the very end of the semi-live double episode when it became apparent the 11 year old had smashed the businesswoman - played by Hetti Bywater - over the head with her jewellery box. The shocking revelation came after viewers already thought they'd cracked the killer in the earlier episode when Lucy's father Ian Beale (Adam Woodyatt) accused his new wife and
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Sally Ann Matthews ready for Coronation Street return

EastEnders' Ben Mitchell will be revealed as Lucy Beale's killer, according to a leading private investigator. Bookmaker William Hill has teamed up with Cerberus Investigations Limited to try to work out who bumped off the blonde beauty - played by Hetti Bywater - last year in one of the soap's biggest whodunits, and the private investigator has his money on Lucy's uncle (Harry Reid) being the culprit. Duncan Mee of Cerberus Investigations Ltd said: ''Having looked at the evidence, Ben Mitchell clearly sticks out. He is an active criminal who has killed before. ''His dodgy persona is concreted with the
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Hetti Bywater wants Lucy suicide twist

Hetti Bywater would like 'EastEnders' to ''shock'' viewers by revealing Lucy Beale committed suicide. The lengthy 'Whodunnit?' plot will come to a climax during the show's 30th anniversary celebrations this month and though the actress is convinced her on-screen twin brother, Peter Beale (Ben Hardy) is the murderer, she would love there to be a surprise twist. Hetti said: ''I want it to be Peter. And I've dreamt that he did it - he's been planning it for months, so it was totally premeditated. ''It was a really dark side of Peter that we hadn't seen before. ''But part of me thinks that it
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Ross Kemp up for EastEnders return at 'right time'

Hetti Bywater would like 'EastEnders' to ''shock'' viewers by revealing Lucy Beale committed suicide. The lengthy 'Whodunnit?' plot will come to a climax during the show's 30th anniversary celebrations this month and though the actress is convinced her on-screen twin brother, Peter Beale (Ben Hardy) is the murderer, she would love there to be a surprise twist. Hetti said: ''I want it to be Peter. And I've dreamt that he did it - he's been planning it for months, so it was totally premeditated. ''It was a really dark side of Peter that we hadn't seen before. ''But part of me thinks that it
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Heather Mills has broken every bone in her body

Jane and Ian Beale will walk down the aisle to a song chosen by 'EastEnders' viewers. The on-screen couple, played by Laurie Brett and Adam Woodyatt, are to tie the knot for a second time next month and it's now been revealed fans of the BBC One soap will be given the chance to vote for the music they'd like to hear played during the ceremony. The nuptials of Walford's longest running character are tied into the popular drama's 30th anniversary week of live and semi-live episodes, which will see the killer of his daughter Lucy Beale (Hetti Bywater) revealed, and viewers
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Lucy Beale murderer clue to be revealed at National Television Awards

A clue as to who killed Lucy Beale on 'EastEnders' is to be revealed at the National Television Awards tonight (21.01.15). Lucy, who was played by actress Hetti Bywater, was murdered in one of the BBC One soap's biggest whodunit plot lines last year and it's now been revealed that a ''major clue'' will be given out live on air before the killer is finally unveiled next month. 'EastEnders' producers are keeping the clue under lock and key until half way through the show when BBC security will bring the secret on stage and reveal one of the biggest hints in the
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Death in Paradise: BBC One, 9pm

The sun-kissed crime series continues tonight, with another roster of top guest stars lining up as potential victims and suspects.

Hetti Bywater - EastEnders' Lucy Beale - gets involved in another whodunit, while Will Mellor, Dean Lennox Kelly and Claire Goose also take a trip to Saint Marie.

Cyberbully: Channel 4, 9pm

Game of Thrones star Maisie Williams is back on the box, but her latest project places the 17-year-old in surroundings far removed from the wilds of Westeros.

Williams plays Casey Jacobs, a teenage girl battling an anonymous cyber-stalker in this real-time thriller based on true stories of online aggression.

Brooklyn Nine-Nine: E4, 9pm

E4 is serving up a quality selection of Us comedy series tonight - The Big Bang Theory returns from hiatus at 8.30pm, followed by the season two premiere of Brooklyn Nine-Nine.

After the return of the
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Jo Joyner returning for EastEnders' 30th anniversary

Former 'EastEnders' actress Jo Joyner is to return for the soap's upcoming 30th anniversary. The 37-year-old star - who plays Max Branning's (Jake Wood) ex-wife Tanya Cross - will return to Albert Square for her best friend Jane Clarke's (Laurie Brett) wedding to Ian Beale (Adam Woodyatt). And while she's excited about her upcoming appearance, Jo has confessed she's worried she will be unveiled as Ian's daughter Lucy Beale's (Hetti Bywater) killer during the live flashback episode. She said: ''I'm thrilled to be a part of the 30 year celebrations of a show that I am proud to have been a part of.
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Danny John-Jules: 'I'd welcome Red Dwarf co-stars on Death in Paradise'

Danny John-Jules has said that he would like to see his Red Dwarf co-stars appear in Death in Paradise.

The British actor - who plays Officer Dwayne Myers in the BBC crime series - told Digital Spy that he would welcome Chris Barrie, Craig Charles and Robert Llewellyn on the set if the chance came along.

"It would be really interesting," he said. "I think that providing they didn't bring them in to play a Rimmer-esque character or a Lister-esque character, I suppose anything's possible.

"We've had many other famous people performing in Death in Paradise so I don't see why not. We might."

A host of guest stars have appeared on the show during its first three series, while the likes of Hetti Bywater, Will Mellor and Tyger Drew-Honey will feature in the upcoming fourth run.

Speaking about the show's growing popularity, he said: "It's one of those shows
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Ben Hardy thinks he know who killed Lucy Beale

'EastEnders' actor Ben Hardy thinks he knows who killed Lucy Beale. The 23-year-old actor, who plays Peter Beale in the BBC One soap, has confessed he believes he's figured out who's responsible for the murder of his on-screen sister Lucy (Hetti Bywater) earlier this year. Speaking about how he thinks Peter and Lucy's father Ian Beale (Adam Woodyatt) killed her, he said: ''I know 100% certain that Ian is the murderer. [Executive producer] Dominic Treadwell-Collins has said that the killer won't necessarily be caught and go to jail. ''So we're all constantly talking about it at work and coming up with new theories.
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Ian Beale to be haunted in EastEnders special

Ian Beale is to be haunted by ghosts of 'Eastenders' past for 'Children in Need'. The Watford businessman - played by Adam Woodyatt - will be reunited with several spooky familiar faces in a forthcoming one-off mini-episode which will be broadcast as part of the BBC charity telethon. The 46-year-old actor explains: ''After being knocked unconscious Ian finds himself taken back in time and he comes into contact with Pat, Cindy, Kathy and Lucy in various iconic places around The Square,'' Gillian Taylforth, Michelle Collins, Pam St Clement and Hetti Bywater will assume their characters once again in the spooky situation, with Adam
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Strictly's judges get animated as they join Tom & Jerry for Children in Need

The BBC has released a new image of Tom & Jerry with the Strictly Come Dancing judges ahead of their brand new episode, to air on Children in Need later this month.

The duo will return to screens as part of the annual fundraiser, which will be shown live on the BBC next Friday (November 14).

Our judges have never looked so animated! See them in a Tom & Jerry #Cin special. 14th Nov @BBCOne. That's all folks! pic.twitter.com/pMQz8QHnUH

— BBC Strictly (@bbcstrictly) November 4, 2014

They will be joined by Sir Bruce Forsyth, who is making a special return to the dance floor as four young ballroom champions take part in a competition alongside the Strictly professionals.

Meanwhile, the stars of EastEnders past and present will make appearances as Ian Beale (Adam Woodyatt) is visited by ghosts from his life, including mum Kathy Beale (Gillian Taylforth), ex-wife Cindy (Michelle Collins) and
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Jason Merrells, Neil Morrissey and Michelle Collins for Death in Paradise

Emmerdale star Jason Merrells and Neil Morrissey will be among the stars to appear in Death in Paradise next year.

Former Harry Potter actor Matthew Lewis, soap star Michelle Collins and comic actress Sally Phillips will also feature in the upcoming fourth series, reports Radio Times.

James Fox, Francis Magee, Nick Moran, Colin McFarlane, Jo Absolom and Gary Lewis have also been added to the guest cast list.

Merrells recently confirmed his guest role during an interview with Digital Spy.

They join the previously announced guest stars Natalie Gumede, Simon Day, Ali Bastian, Will Mellor, Tyger Drew-Honey, Hetti Bywater, Leo Staar and Amy Nuttall among others.

Filming has begun in Guadeloupe for the fourth series, with Sara Martins and Danny John-Jules also returning as Camille and Dwayne.

However, Gary Carr has reportedly left the show as Fidel, after the character left Saint Marie for a new job, and will be
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Eastenders boss: 'Lucy's killer will be told in January'

Eastenders executive producer Dominic Treadwell-Collins has revealed that not even the cast of the soap are currently aware of the identity of Lucy Beale's killer.

He said: "The killer doesn't know who they are yet, that's the truth. But they will be told about a month before."

The identity of the killer is set to be revealed during the show's 30th anniversary week of live specials in February according to Treadwell-Collins.

The last time Eastenders staged a live episode it was for the 25th anniversary when it was unveiled that Stacey Slater killed Archie Mitchell on Christmas Day.

Lucy Beale was killed off back in April after Hetti Bywater spent 2 years in the role.

The storylines during the anniversary week are set to focus on some of the show's oldest characters including Ian Beale and Dot Cotten.

Watch a trailer for Eastenders below:
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EastEnders to celebrate 30th anniversary with week-long live episodes

'EastEnders' bosses will reveal the identity of Lucy Beale's killer during a live episode to mark the soap's 30th anniversary. The BBC One show first aired on 19 February, 1985 and to celebrate 30 years on air, 'EastEnders' has announced there will be a week of live episodes, starting from 16 February, 2015. The excitement doesn't stop there though, as the live episodes will conclude with the revelation of who murdered Lucy Beale (played by Hetti Bywater), who was dramatically killed in April. Charlotte Moore, Controller of BBC One, said: ''BBC One will bring the nation together to celebrate 30 years of
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John Partridge loses four stone in two years

John Partridge has lost four stone since he left 'EastEnders' two years ago. The 42 year old actor, who played Christian Clarke in the BBC One soap, shrunk from 211lbs to 176lbs due to the stress of seeing his mother develop Alzheimer's. He said: ''As I'm my mother's primary carer, I haven't had time to sit down and relax. It's been like having a baby. The hunky star left the show in 201and made a brief comeback in April for funeral of Lucy Beale (Hetti Bywater), but has no plans to return full time. He added: ''It's [caring for my mother is] also
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Helen Wood planning reality show

John Partridge has lost four stone since he left 'EastEnders' two years ago. The 42 year old actor, who played Christian Clarke in the BBC One soap, shrunk from 211lbs to 176lbs due to the stress of seeing his mother develop Alzheimer's. He said: ''As I'm my mother's primary carer, I haven't had time to sit down and relax. It's been like having a baby. The hunky star left the show in 201and made a brief comeback in April for funeral of Lucy Beale (Hetti Bywater), but has no plans to return full time. He added: ''It's [caring for my mother is] also
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