EastEnders Round-Up ~ Week Commencing 13th March 2017

Walford has been churning out the misery again, this week! If it’s not Bex (Jasmine Armfield) and her woes, there’s Max (Jake Wood) and his scheming, plus Tina (Luisa Bradshaw-White) is struggling all the more with Sylvie (Linda Marlowe) now that Shirl (Linda Henry) is banged up. Here’s a few highlights:  

Tears before bedtime for Tina ~ Caring for mum isn’t getting any easier for Tina as she decides that taking Sylvie to work is the way forward. Kathy (Gillian Taylforth) isn’t keen on this idea, whereas Tina isn’t overly keen on Kathy’s opinion either, she is doing everything she can to avoid putting her mum into a care home.

Bex’s bothers ~ Bex is still being bothered by bullies and formulates a plan to avert going back to school. Telling her dad (James Bye) that an apprenticeship will be her plan, it’s clear that Bex will do anything not to return to the bullies’ lair. This storyline is still only just hotting up…

Linda’s back (and she’s gone again!) ~ Linda (Kellie Bright) makes a brief return this week after Jane (Laurie Brett) tips her off about Mick’s (Danny Dyer) problems. The reunited Carters reconnect and Linda’s all for staying at The Vic while arranging for her mum to have alternative care. However, Whitney (Shona McGarty) seems able to convince the worried landlady to return to where she is needed most of all. Although I’m not so sure this is right for Mick. So, it’s back to maternity leave for Kellie Bright after her keeping in touch day!

Grandad ~ Max (Jake Wood) is suddenly seeking a relationship with Lauren (Jacqueline Jossa) and his grandson. Stacey (Lacey Turner) happily encourages him to go round to see them both. However, what are Max’s real intentions for this step? He’s always playing a game and his daughter is wise to it, too. More to come I shouldn’t wonder. I’m a fan of Jake Wood’s so I’m glad to see him taking a more central role in the soap, again.

EastEnders to strike? ~ June Brown who plays Dot missed out on a BAFTA for Best Actress in 2009. Now, the cast are claiming that they’re going to halt filming if she is snubbed this year. This is probably an exaggeration, but as the stalwart turned 90 years old this year and continues to work on the soap, I see their point that recognition is surely over-due.


EastEnders Round-Up ~ Week Commencing 27 February 2017

Albert Square couldn’t have a quite pancake day now, could it? Nor could things magically improve for the Carter family? No, of course not! Here are the highlights from Walford!

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Picture Shows: Mick Carter (DANNY DYER) – (C) BBC – Photographer: Ray Burmiston

Mick’s money worries ~ Mick (Danny Dyer) has been experiencing money worries from all angles and they’re not set to improve anytime soon. Being told that the Queen Vic as a business is a good and sound bet but that he as an individual is too much of a risk to lend money to – that is the final straw, I’d say. Mick Carter is a broken man and there doesn’t appear to be any way out of the financial mess he is buried beneath. Despite the various reports about Danny Dyer’s enforced leave from the show, I can’t know his portrayal of Mick.

Beale’s MOT ~ Ian Beale (Adam Woodyatt) takes a turn for the worse while participating in a pancake race, he has still not received his results following the MOT he undertook at the docs. The dizzy spell puts fear into Jane (Laurie Brett) and subsequently, he is going to man up and find out what the verdict is. Whether it be Diabetes or something more life threatning, I feel sure that Woodyatt will be the man for the job. His performance during the live episodes back in 2015 was nothing short of astonishing. Fingers crossed for nothing too serious for the hapless Mr Beale.

Denise’s decision ~ Denise makes her final decision to let her baby boy go to another family and it’s a heart breaking moment to watch. She has ultimately done what’s right for the little one, giving him a chance in life and she has also opened doors for herself by taking the step. Will her decision be one that she regrets in the future? I can’t think that she will never think of speak of her baby again, but then this is soap land… Hats off to Diane Parish for the way she has played this out. It’s not an easy subject to tackle and she has faced it head on. Brilliant!

Bex bares all? ~ Poor Bex (Jasmine Arnfield) is still suffering at the hands of the nasty piece of work that we know as Keegan (Zack Morris). The bully boy has taken it upon himself to add an image of her head onto an indecent image and what’s worse? Her dad has seen it! Will this lad stoop any lower? When will Bex’s luck change?

Kathy ~ I have always been a fan of the Beale family, in all of their varying incarnations, and the return of Gillian Taylforth was a favourable choice from the powers that be, as far as I was concerned. Once we got past the fact that Kathy wasn’t actually, because that was a bit of a creepy thought to start with. She has fitted in seamlessly, has a wicked sense of humour and I think Ian is going to need her. As he always does! Big thumbs up for a blast from the past who I hope is here to stay for a long time to come.

Eastenders Round-Up ~ Week Commencing 6 February 2017

Another week has been and gone, Albert Square is still dogged with heartache, dark clouds and depression – why do we watch it again? Oh yeah, cuz it’s like faaaamily innit? Seriously, Eastenders has pulled some exceptional episodes out of the Mini Mart bag, this week, here’s a few highlights…

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Jack confides in Max that he’s finding it hard to work Glenda out. Max Branning (JAKE WOOD), Jack Branning (SCOTT MASLEN) – (C) BBC – Photographer: Jack Barnes

Mitchell Misadventure ~ Jack Brannng (Scott Maslen) was seeking closure this week when the verdict was reached relating to the deaths of Ronnie (Samantha Womack) and Roxy (Rita Simons). With Glenda (Glynis Barber) getting under his feet and rousing his suspicions, this hearing was one last hurdle to face. Death by misadventure was not what he wanted to hear, discovering that the combination of cocaine and the cold water that Roxy had plunged into had caused her to have a heart attack. While Ronnie should have removed her veil, let’s be honest! Glenda has been playing the golden grandma in the meantime, but her days appear to be numbered. Jack doesn’t seem keen to keep any more Mitchell women in his life. Although I think Amy (Abbie Knowles) will be sorry to see her go, but that appears to be Glenda’s plan.

Whitney’s Wiles ~ Whitney has decided that in the wake of the trouble that the Carter family are facing, what her husband needs is a good night out. What will help to pay for that? A couple of hundred pounds which has landed in her hot little mitts after pawning her wedding and engagement rings. A big pork pie (lie) to Lee (Danny-Boy Hatchard) about her financial gain and he’s all for handing the cash over to Mick (Danny Dyer). However, Whitney is hell bent on a bender, so we’ll see how well that goes!

Shaks is Shamed ~ The naked photo of Shakil (Shaheen Jafargholi) that has been doing the rounds has not left the unwitting teen with the biggest reputation(!) However, it’s a fight that brings his mother, Carmel (Bonnie Langford) to the school this week and the resulting punishment is a well timed confiscated phone. Shaks is set to be all the more oblivious to the spiteful chaos which is unfolding in the wake of his first time between the sheets with Becks (Jasmine Armfield). It’s a brave storyline that Eastenders is showcasing, I anticipate distressing scenes as this plays out.

Bye Bye Babe ~ Firstly, applause to Annette Badland who has been a force of nature as Babe. Despite her villainous disposition, I’m really going to miss the old bat and nobody could have played her better than Ms Badland. It looks like the door is left open for her to return, although she should be locked up for all of her misdemeanours and the key should have been lost forever. It was a harrowing exit, with Mummy Carter (Linda Marlowe) being lured to a watery grave by her bitter sister. However, Babe’s scheme was thwarted and no amount of untruths could save her. So it’s bye bye Babe and good riddance… until things need a good stirring again…

Ian Beale ~ a bit like marmite!

Beale is Brilliant ~ Many dislike Ian Beale (Adam Woodyatt) and it’s easy to see why, however I have always been a fan of the long-staying star and he went up even further in my estimation when he played a blinder during the live episodes in 2015. If ever there was an opportunity to prove his abilities as an actor, that was the time. Ian always appears to have the vast majority of drama crop up in his life and he relies on the females in the family to buoy him. However, if he wasn’t so hopeless, I wouldn’t find him half so appealing as a character. Kudos to Woodyatt for playing the Square’s biggest hard luck story and long may he stay in Walford. It just wouldn’t be right without him.

Photo credits: BBC




Eastenders Weekly Round-Up ~ Week Commencing 16 January 2017

There has been the usual share of highs, lows and bizarre behaviour that we all expect from the residents of the popular Square. So, here’s a taste of what last week had to offer:

Babe’s on borrowed time ~ Babe (Annette Badland) has been behaving like the spoilt and petulant child of the Carter family of late, and her schemes caught up with her this week – leaving Mick (Danny Dyer) with yet another death stare opportunity. Mick has been under a black cloud since Linda (Kellie Bright) went on her my dash to stay with her mum. I think Babe’s days truly are numbered now that she has rocked the boat in such spectacular fashion.

Lee loses it (again!) ~ Just the week before, Babe was blaming Whitney (Shona McGarty) for Lee’s (Danny-Boy Hatchard) misfortunes, but now the man himself has turned on Whitney and blames her, too. I can’t be alone in thinking that a percentage of Lee’s troubles may have been spurred on by his unsuspecting wife, but surely only because of his state of mind at the time. Either way, their relationship seems to be on a downward spiral with no light at the end of the tunnel.

Glenda ~ Just that, Glenda! I love Glynis Barber and all that she brings to the role. Now that we’re without her two daughters, I think the way is clear for her to stir things up and become a prominent part of the Square again. Good decision!

Facing the Funeral ~ Jack (Scott Maslen) has played the bereaved husband so believably that it’s broken my heart. When we finally said our goodbyes to Ronnie (Samantha Womack) and Roxy (Rita Simons) it was such an emotive episode that I almost couldn’t watch. I’m not going to wax lyrical, the scene with Jack and the children summed it up for me, haunting.

Stacey’s Shoulder ~ Has anyone else noticed that Stacey (Lacey Turner) has turned into the shoulder to cry on and the voice of reason? What a turn around from her Puerperal Psychosis – who’d have thought it? Although I still think she might run back into Max’s (Jake Wood) arms before long. Just a hunch.

Photo Credits: BBC 




Eastenders Weekly Round-Up ~ Week Commencing 9 January 2017

Here we are with another five highlights from the drama that has unfolded on Albert Square this week. It’s been a cornucopia of angst, distress, revelations and a cheeky two-hander between a pair of classic characters. So, just a normal week in Walford, really – let’s see what’s been floating my boat and sinking my ship….. No? Too much? OK here’s the highlights:

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Picture Shows: Sharon sees Michelle sobbing in the Square. Sharon Mitchell (LETITIA DEAN), Michelle Fowler (JENNA RUSSELL) – (C) BBC – Photographer: Jack Barnes

Two-Hander totes amazeballs! ~ Despite my ‘on the fence’ opinion of Jenna Russell as Michelle, which remains unchanged as we go to print, the revelation about Michelle’s 17 year old school boy lover over in the States was an edge of your seat episode for yours truly. Letitia Dean was quite engaging as Sharon and improved my thoughts on Ms Russell as her life-long friend because she took the lead in the scenes rather adeptly. I knew there’d be more to Michelle’s reappearance than the search for a decent cup of tea, but this bomb shell was quite something. Well done, writers!

Denise’s destiny ~ Denise giving birth to the baby she plans to have adopted was a harrowing experience to watch, it was done so brilliantly. Kudos to Diane Parish, she hit the mark throughout the entire episode. The scene where she finally acquiesced and held her new baby boy broke my heart. I think it’s brave of her to make a decision for his future, as a mother myself I don’t know if I could do what she’s doing. Also, I must mention Tameka Empson’s understated performance as Kim, it suited the tone and showed another side to her character.

Mick’s misery ~ Mick’s (Danny Dyer) birthday is not quite the occasion for celebration with Lee’s (Danny-Boy Hatchard) misdemeanours putting financial strain on the family purse strings. Having been advised not to buy any pressies for daddy dearest he has bought a piece of West Ham’s old ground and it is not received with a big warm hug and a thank you. Seeking out the receipt and returning it is more Mick’s bag in this case and it seems that Whitney (Shona McGarty) really got this one wrong.

Babe’s browned off ~ Babe (Annette Badland) is not happy with Whitney’s influence on Lee and makes it abundantly clear, following the disastrous giving of the gift to the birthday boy. As the pair lock horns and Babe attempts to shake off the new wife, Whitney stands her ground and tells the bitter old matriarch to do one, in a nut shell. However, I’m sure I’m not on my own in thinking that Whitney has not had the final word on this battle. The gloves are off, folks!

Dot’s dealings ~ I feel the need to comment on Dot’s (June Brown) ongoing loneliness. Although I am sure that many people of her age are in similar predicament and it goes undetected, everybody has their noses in one another’s business in the Square and it seems convenient that in Dot’s case at least, now they don’t. I think it’s a fantastic story line in as much as it highlights the problems that are faced by the elderly, but I’m not sure how realistic it is in this setting? I am happy to be contradicted…


Eastenders Weekly Round-Up ~ Week Commencing 2 January 2017

Following on from the eerie silence of the finishing credits on New Year’s Day the Square has been in mourning for the tragic loss of Ronnie (Sam Womack) and Roxy (Rita Simons). While their exit from the show will be noticeable for more reasons than the glum expression on the face of newly widowed Jack Branning (Scott Maslen), I have to admit that the fall-out had made for excellent viewing. Although other sagas in Walford are playing second fiddle, they’ve also not been forgotten either. Here are my top five highlights of the week:

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Picture Shows: Michelle Fowler (JENNA RUSSELL) – (C) BBC – Photographer: Kieron McCarron

It has to be the post-traumatic scenes that have unfolded since the Mitchell sisters met their maker in a chlorine and alcohol fuelled disaster. Scott Maslen has surpassed himself in the episodes following New Year’s Day. I think it must be a combination of the filming and Mr Maslen’s performance that almost slowed the early scenes of the week to a funeral procession pace and gave the distinct impression that we were following events as they happened. Glynis Barber is sticking around as Glenda the grieving mum and the variation in the ways that they are both handling the loss and failure to unite in their grief is an interesting journey for both Jack and Glenda.

I am not entirely convinced about Jenna Russell taking over the role of Michelle, but what I am convinced about is that there is so much more to her visit than popping into the country for a decent cuppa. So, I am carefully checking out all of the tiny give-aways which are subtly hidden in her various scenes and I feel confident that more characters will be following to wrap this little mystery up. Although I’m not taking to Russell as a replacement for Sue Tully, I don’t deny that she is an accomplished actress who will be capable of carrying the ensuing drama that will surely come. I am rather surprised that her scenes with Ian (Adam Woodyatt) and Sharon (Letitia Dean) have been minimal thus far.

It was brilliant news for Mick (Danny Dyer) when he found out that Ollie was making good progress and that no more appointments are required to check up on the little one’s progress. Poor Mick has a lot on his plate as it is what with Linda (Kellie Bright) is with her ailing mother. Of course, in real life, ‘Linda’ is on maternity leave so Mick will be dealing with the ups and downs of the Carter family for as long as that lasts! At least he had Whitney (Shona McGarty) to accompany him to the appointment. Even if the air is clouded with her husband’s guilt… However small it may seem in the grand scheme of things, thank heavens Mick has caught a break with his youngest son. For now…

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Picture Shows: Denise Fox (DIANE PARISH) – (C) BBC – Photographer: Nicky Johnston

Denise (Diane Parish) has definitely made her mind up about the baby she’s carrying and intending to put up for adoption and Patrick (Rudolph Walker) has a real shock when he learns that she doesn’t wish to hold the baby after its born. Denise’s heart breaking speech listing her reasons why she couldn’t risk bonding with the new baby made for engaging viewing. I think Patrick is going to find being the birthing partner an arduous task and have started to wonder if he will pull out of it altogether, given his reaction to her decision.

Finally, my ‘don’t you just wanna scoop them up and hug them’ prize of the week goes to Billy (Perry Fenwick), Honey (Emma Barton) and their little family. When all else is crumbling around them, their unit seems so settled and secure and fills me with confidence! Probably misguided confidence because this is Eastenders after all, but for now, they are a real delight to watch.



Eastenders New Year’s Day ~ Episode Review

New year, new television programme to include in Break A Leg’s episode reviews, the first programme being Eastenders. I am aiming to round-up each week’s episodes but to kick-start, here’s my take on the dramatic scenes that took place in the first instalment of 2017.

It has been no secret that Ronnie (Samantha Womack) and Roxy (Rita Simons) were going to be exiting the soap without an option to return. The Mitchell sisters have been almost as iconic as the Mitchell brothers, although I think their imminent demise has been met with mixed reactions from the viewing public. The photos that had initially emerged last year seemed to indicate that alcohol would play its part in the tragic double death of the sisters, Ronnie was pictured in her wedding dress with her reprobate sibling at her side while they perch precariously on top of a building. As last night’s tragic tale unfolded that building was revealed to be the hotel that Ronnie had become Mrs Branning, at.

Programme Name: EastEnders - TX: 11/01/2016 - Episode: 5209 (No. n/a) - Picture Shows: Jack Branning.  Jack Branning (SCOTT MASLEN) - (C) BBC - Photographer: Kieron McCarron
Picture Shows: Jack Branning. Jack Branning (SCOTT MASLEN) – (C) BBC – Photographer: Kieron McCarron

It was all going as well as events can for Eastenders, Roxy agreed to give her sister away after Phil (Steve McFadden) was declared too unwell to leave hospital. As a well wish, their cousin had arranged for a Thelma and Louise style car to whisk the girls away in style. A London bus had already transported the rest of the wedding party off for the celebrations. However, the first fly in the ointment appeared when Roxy felt unable to be party to the nuptials given that Ronnie had not yet told Jack (Scott Maslen) that she wanted Roxy to move with them to start their new life. Ronnie can’t move without her sister and she’s soon back-tracking on her solo trot up the aisle. However, in true Ronnie and Roxy style, they reconcile with Jack’s blessing for Roxy to join them in Ongar and the wedding is back on.

The wedding reception is a full on knees up with the sisters taking centre stage, dancing, having group selfies and a spark striking up between Roxy and Max (Jake Wood). Retiring to their respective bedrooms with twenty minutes to go until midnight, it seems that Roxy and Ronnie’s shenanigans are not finished. While Jack is reading Cinderella to the children (which is quite haunting in itself, given the clock that is shown at various intervals) and Max is waiting for a spot of how’s your father with his sister-in-law’s sister, the dynamic duo are roaming about the hotel. We see the red herring roof scene where there could quite easily be a mishap, particularly given Ronnie’s impersonation of the key scene from Titanic – how apt!

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Picture Shows: Ronnie & Roxy are racing each other to jump in the pool. Ronnie Mitchell (SAMANTHA WOMACK), Roxy Mitchell (RITA SIMONS) – (C) BBC – Photographer: Guy Levy

However, the swimming pool is the final resting place for two of the soap’s most popular and enduring characters. With Roxy diving in, never to surface again and Ronnie misguidedly jumping in after her in full wedding get-up including a pesky veil… I expect most of you saw the rest.

What struck me with the exit storyline is that the filming was pretty spectacular and the parting shot, though incredibly sad, was also poignant. Plus, if this sends any sort of message to viewers, it’s that intoxication and swimming don’t mix.

The unfortunate end to a happy day aside, I was also impressed with the showdown between Mick (Danny Dyer) and Lee (Danny-Boy Hatchard). It was every bit as memorable as a part of the episode as the departures which led to silence as the credits rolled.

Well done, Eastenders!

Morgana Robinson’s The Agency ~ Episode Review

Ah another instalment of Morgana Robinson’s The Agency to have a good old titter at! This really is one of the best belly laugh-inducing comedies out there at the moment. The old favourites are all put into new scenarios in this week’s episode and with hilarious consequences, as always.

Kimberley Walsh from Girls Aloud is introduced and yet another famous face that Robinson is able to impersonate brilliantly. Using Walsh as competition for Natalie Cassidy’s Fame School was inspired and it’s still heartbreakingly funny to see Cassidy portrayed as this ‘never mind, every cloud…. and all that’ type of person.

Morgana plays Russell Brand, brilliantly!

Russell Brand is still peddling his Utopia project, trying and failing to make millions with his hair-brained scheme. I feel that Robinson improves as Brand every week, definitely one of her strongest ‘male’ performances.

This week also saw the P.A. at the agency missing out on birthday celebrations due to an arduous press event for singer, Adele. It really is quite spooky how well Robinson takes off the singer, it’s not even too far a stretch of the imagination that Adele could be in the Butchers shop, canting! It’s even funnier that the birthday girl’s day is topped off with Danny Dyer and his selfie stick. I’m still not entirely convinced by the accuracy of the Danny Dyer voice, but the scrapes that ‘he’ gets into have been thought out so innovatively.

The show is not complete without Mel and Sue, they are my favourites by far and Sue’s hiding Tim’s belongings to prevent his going to the Pride of Britain Awards was yet another excellent ‘plot’. I’m thinking that Mel and Sue could have their own show as a Morgana Robinson’s The Agency spin-off.

If you haven’t discovered the talent of this amazing comedian and actress, yet, I urge you to, because there isn’t enough of this sort of comedy on the telly, and what’s more, this woman is clever!

Photo Credits: BBC

Morgana Robinson’s The Agency ~ Episode Review

The first episode of Morgana Robinson’s The Agency burst onto BBC Two on Monday 26 September and it was television comedy gold. Robinson is a gem of a mimic and has selected a fabulous mixture of celebrities to put under Mann Management!

Morgana as Gregg Wallace

There’s Mel and Sue, who play Connect Four while Mel’s husband takes himself to bed! Miranda Hart is bouncing around the agent’s office, trying desperately to convey that she no longer does the ‘stuff’ that she became renowned for doing in her popular television series. The likeness to Adele is brilliantly pulled off as well as the voice, and Natalie Cassidy is probably one of my absolute favourites. The put upon Eastenders star spends much of the episode excited about the impending National Television Awards and the rest of it staying at home with her father while her sister takes her place! Then there’s Fearne Cotton, mannerisms and voice are spot on and the spiel about Fearne meeting her sixteen year old self and congratulating her was hilarious.

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Not only is Robinson adept at impersonating current female celebrities, but she’s also having a crack at the males too! Gregg Wallace was an inspired choice and his scene was one of the highlight for me. Danny Dyer was not her strongest impersonation, but it’s still obvious who she’s supposed to be taking off and the storyline that’s used for him is inspired.

This laugh a minute comedy show is what has been missing from mainstream telly, it’s witty, well written and this lady’s abilities are seemingly endless. I can’t wait to see what else she has in store for us and I can’t wait for next week’s instalments. Thank you, BBC, more of the same, please!

Photo credits: BBC

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