What to watch and review on Friday, July 14.
Coronation Street (ITV, 7.30 & 8.30pm) As the case against Bethany’s sinister sex-groomers goes nowhere fast, Sarah and Gary beg Mel to tell the cops what she knows. And life after the Rovers proves to be tougher than expected for overworked Liz.
EastEnders (BBC1, 8pm) While strange Steven spectacularly unravels, loony Lauren prepares to leave the Square. Meanwhile, Michelle confesses her cradle-snatching past to peeping Tom.
Count Arthur Strong (BBC1, 8.30pm) Series end for the calamitous Count as his latest mad money-making scheme causes all-round chaos. Is it time for the Beeb to axe this scintillating sitcom… or should there be a fourth series? You decide
The Barbara Windsor Story (Channel 5, 8.30pm) A 90 minute look at the eventful life and times of the actress who found fame as busty Babs on the Carry On films and went on to play EastEnders legend Peggy Mitchell. There ain't nothing like a Dame. Featuring a whole host of expert pundits, including some guy called Kevin O’Sullivan.