- EP Daily: Episode 108
- Emmerdale: Tue 28 July 2015
- Breaking the Press
- Cinema Sins: Everything Wrong With Mission: Impossible Ghost Protocol
- Emmerdale: Tue 28 July 2015
- EastEnders: 28/07/2015
- Desafío: Challenge To Death
- Degrassi: Buy Her Candy
- Defying the Label: The World’s Worst Place To Be Disabled?
- Deadliest Catch: The Bait: Asleep at the Wheel
Posted: 28 Jul 2015 04:56 PM PDT
Today on EP Daily, we hit the ice with the latest on NHL 16 in the Rundown; Marissa goes beyond the brick with the makers of the Lego Brickumentary; we have reviews of the new Godzilla game, the DC animated movie Justice League: Gods and Monsters; and the iOS game Shooting Stars; and finally, Marissa and Scott tell us what game they'd take with them to a desert island in the Twitter Question of the Day.
Posted: 28 Jul 2015 04:26 PM PDT
Moira fears that Cain is visiting Charity in prison behind her back – while Ross comes under pressure from the jailbird to complete their scheme. Robert threatens to release some incriminating photos, and Cain tells Chrissie that it’s up to her to stop him. Val plans to fake her own death, Pollard is diagnosed with a heart condition, and Debbie issues an ultimatum following a stressful wedding rehearsal
Posted: 28 Jul 2015 04:17 PM PDT
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Posted: 28 Jul 2015 03:26 PM PDT
Charity puts Ross under pressure. Cain threatens Robert. Val comes up with a desperate plan
Posted: 28 Jul 2015 02:56 PM PDT
One resident is charged for the murder of Lucy Beale – but who is it? Two residents prepare to leave Walford, but will all go to plan?
Posted: 28 Jul 2015 02:26 PM PDT
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Posted: 28 Jul 2015 01:26 PM PDT
Disabled journalist Sophie Morgan travels from London to Ghana to uncover the horrifying reality for many disabled people who live there. Sophie meets children who have been exiled from their villages for being ‘cursed’, and chained up in local prayer camps. Sophie investigates the ritualistic killing of ‘spirit children’ believed to have been possessed by evil spirits. Beginning in the country's thriving capital city, Accra, Sophie sees first-hand how many disabled people end up with a life on the streets, and hears how much of the disabled community has been left out of this west African country’s economic success. Shocked by what she finds in the city, Sophie heads to the countryside to find out the reality of life for disabled people there. Travelling with her brother Tom, Sophie finds herself in one of Ghana’s popular prayer camps where many disabled people are taken to be ‘cured’. She meets patients who have been brought to the camp against their will by their families, and chained up so that they can’t escape. As Sophie leaves, she learns of an even worse reality for many disabled children, who are ‘returned to the spirits’ by some of Ghana’s spiritual and traditional healers, and ritualistically murdered. A local disabled activist takes Sophie to where he says children are poisoned and killed, and she goes to meet a so-called Fetish Priest who admits that he will dispose of a disabled child for payment. After so many shocking discoveries, Sophie makes her way back to Ghana’s capital city to put her findings to a government spokesperson, and to ask if Ghana really is The World's Worst Place To Be Disabled?
Posted: 28 Jul 2015 12:56 PM PDT
Jake discusses the giant wave that hit the Saga. Also, Edgar joins the panel and a special guest appearance is made.
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