Denise returns to the department store, where her feelings for Moray become known to Katherine, who makes it clear she is determined her wedding will go ahead. Meanwhile, the groom throws a pre-wedding party for the staff, only to realise where his heart really lies. When the big day finally arrives, can he find the courage when he needs it the most or will the threat of losing the Paradise stop him from following his heart? If you've not been following this and would prefer to roar abuse at your TV for an hour, the latest instalment of Heston's Fantastical Food airs on Channel 4 at 9.00pm. This week, he's wasting five metres of chocolate and a massive ice cream for no apparent reason other than fecklessness masquerading as 'entertainment'.
The Paradise. BBC1: 9.00pm
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