SoapWorld takes a look at the latest goings on in River City, Coronation Street, EastEnders, Emmerdale, Hollyoaks and Doctors this Tuesday.
Robbie steals from the Tall Ship to feed his painkiller addiction. Suzie suspects Jules’ of being the tealeaf and promptly dispenses with her services. Robbie meets Stevie to buy more painkillers and witnesses Jules angsty departure from the Tall Ship, however he doesn’t right his wrong. Jules finds a shoulder to cry on in Maggie who knows Robbie is responsible and explains his addiction is clouding his judgement.
Elsewhere, Angus struggles with advice from his neurosurgeon and when he finds out Kim isn’t up the duff, he makes an indecent proposal; Frankie delights in shocking her family by introducing new boyfriend, Rick.
River City, Tuesday at 8pm on BBC One Scotland.
Stacey tries to make Jack see the reality of his situation with Matthew but he later takes drastic action.
Kim is left shocked after Patrick explains what’s been going on with Denise and gives her a harsh reality check about not being there for her. Upset, a supportive Kim visits Denise but will she forgive her?
Elsewhere, Joyce gives Billy and Honey some advice about troubled Will; Steven tracks Lauren’s movements; Jay and Donna discuss ideas for Abi’s 21st birthday celebration but Abi is left furious when she overhears Ben slagging her off.
EastEnders, Tuesday at 7.30pm on BBC One. Repeated at 10pm on UKTV channel ‘W’.
As Ken faces up to his attacker he demands answers. Is Ken in danger?
Leanne realises that her relationship with Nick is over and heads home with Toyah, leaving the men at the beach to sort out their differences. Telling Nick the best thing he could do is walk out to sea as they’d all be better off without him, Peter and Steve also go. As Nick trudges along the beach, he suddenly finds himself sucked into the quicksand…
Elsewhere, Shona escapes from Nathan but is attacked as she attempts to call the police; Johnny returns from his MRI scan and assures Kate everything will be fine.
Coronation Street airs all this week at 9pm on ITV, STV and UTV.
Carly is shocked when she finds out that Marlon was planning to propose to her. Carly broaches the subject with Marlon and they reconcile but Marlon later reneges on proposing once more when he spots Carly and Matt discussing something, which leaves him feeling uneasy. Matt asks Carly to help him with one last money-making scheme. She reluctantly agrees but lies to Marlon about it.
Elsewhere, Jai is delighted to hear Nell has arranged a meeting with social services; Chrissie has some news about Rebecca.
Emmerdale, Tuesday at 7pm on ITV, STV and UTV.
Nick lashes out at Holly when she tries to explain that she didn’t want to have sex last night. Ellie realises what has happened when Holly finds her at The Dog, and explains that without consent, it’s rape. The two girls go to the police station and Nick is arrested.
Shane has set up a living room gaming day for Prince’s return from hospital and Goldie worries that she’ll never shake her ex off. She begs Shane to leave but he’s determined to stay for his sons, until Goldie offers a cash incentive via Ellie. Although Shane leaves, he takes Prince with him, leaving Goldie crushed.
Hollyoaks, Tuesday at 6.30pm on Channel 4 and a ‘first look’ at 7pm on E4.
Marnie’s nocturnal wailing is taking its toll on Rob and Karen. Karen burns her hand when she grabs a bottle on the side which Rob claims he was just about to heat up. Rob hides his alarm that he had forgotten heating it, whilst Karen tends to her burnt hand claiming she could have scalded Marnie. Will Karen realise Rob isn’t quite coping as he should?
Sid has another session with Megan and tells her he is wasting her time; he is more confident now. Megan queries his confidence and Sid admits how much of a perfectionist he is, claiming if he makes a mistake people die. Can Megan convince him to continue with the therapy?
Elsewhere, Mrs Tembe is sure she’s made the right decision re JJ; Zara is troubled by a locum GP who has made an impossible deal and now needs to pay up.
Doctors, Tuesday at 1.45pm on BBC One.