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Childrens' Hospital (ITV1, 7.30pm) In tonight's visit to the Royal Manchester Childrens Hospital, six-year old Emily Fish is waiting for a bone-marrow transplant, which may or may not work. Following the operation she will have to endure a gruelling regime of chemotherapy to treat her rare blood disorder, aplastic anaemia. Meanwhile, two-year-old, Blake has come into A&E with a mystery red rash and 14-year-old Jordan is convinced he has got something stuck in his foot.

Holby City (BBC1, 8pm) We find out tonight why Jac, the acerbic surgeon, has a tongue sharper than a sharks' tooth. She was rejected by her mother Paula, when she was younger, and after Jac donated her kidney to save her mother's life, you would think the woman would be at least a little bit grateful, but no, while Jac is out collecting more medication from the hospital, Paula does another disappearing act and walks out of Jac's life, once again.

Heston's Feasts (C4, 9pm) Heston invites an array of guests, including Ulrika Jonsson and Laila Rouass, to join him for a dinner party, with a difference. He kicks off the Dracula-inspired meal with Blood Risotto, which is followed by Frankenstein's monster. His piece de resistance is the sweet graveyard dishes he serves for dessert. He states, "I want to create meals people will remember for the rest of their live.," I definitely think this meal will be the subject discussed at many a dinner party table.
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Publication:Daily Post (Liverpool, England)
Date:Apr 24, 2010
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