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    • Many television programmes have been set in London, including the popular television soap opera EastEnders, broadcast by the BBC since 1985.London-Wikipedia
    • The 1993 2-part story, entitled Dimensions in Time, was made in collaboration with the cast of the BBC soap-opera EastEnders and was filmed partly on the EastEnders set.Doctor Who-Wikipedia
    • While ratings for Coronation Street remained consistent throughout the decade, EastEnders regularly obtained higher viewing figures due to its omnibus episodes shown at weekends.Coronation Street-Wikipedia
    • EastEnders was also made available in HD from Christmas Day 2010.BBC One-Wikipedia
    • There are four half-hour episodes of EastEnders each week (not shown on Wednesdays), with an omnibus episode at the weekend, plus hospital dramas Casualty and Holby City.BBC One-Wikipedia
    • It also featured a crossover with the soap opera EastEnders, the action taking place in the latter's Albert Square location and around Greenwich.Doctor Who-Wikipedia

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