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This is a list of books about or relating to the British soap opera EastEnders. Contents 1 Non-fiction books 2 Cast biographies and autobiographies 3 Novels 4 Maps 5 References // Non-fiction books EastEnders Who's Who by Kate Lock. EastEnders: The Inside Story SMITH, Julia and HOLLAND, Tony (1987, BBC Books, ISBN 0-563-20601-2) The story of how EastEnders made it to the small screen, by the soap's creators. Public Secrets: EastEnders and its Audience BUCKINGHAM, David (1987, BFI, ISBN 0-85170-210-4) It analyses the organisational pressures faced by the producers when creating the programme. It also examines the processes of how the audience was marked out. The author points out that ratings success can cause high profile controversies. He also notes that EastEnders was brought to the screen without any solid empirical research and was based on ‘professional intuition’. EastEnders Special LYNCH, Tony and BAIN, Morag (1988, Grandreams, ISBN 0-86227-626-8) The Colour Black: Black Images in British Television DANIELS, Therese and GERSON, Jane (eds.) (1989) An examination of the representation of black people on television. The section on EastEnders begins with the early impressions of Christine Geraghty (from an article in Marxism Today, August 1985). She gives qualified approval to the soap but notes that although there were several black characters in EastEnders, the norm was represented by the white working class Fowler and Beale families. The EastEnders Handbook KINGSLEY, Hilary (1991, BBC Books, ISBN 0-563-36292-8) The EastEnders Programme Guide MONROE, Josephine (1994, Virgin Publishing, ISBN 0-86369-825-5) Concentrates mainly on characters and events in the soap. The section on ’Life in Albert Square’ discusses some of the issues raised by some episodes. EastEnders: The First 10 Years: A Celebration BRAKE, Colin (1994, BBC Books, ISBN 0-563-37057-2 (hardback); 1995, Penguin, ISBN 0-14-025339-4 (updated paperback)) Official guide to the soap’s first decade. EastEnders: Real Soap SINOTOK, Karen (1999, Generation Publications, ISBN 1-903009-04-9) Who’s Who in EastEnders LOCK, Kate (2000, BBC Books, ISBN 0-563-55178-X) A guide to characters of the show, past and present. EastEnders: 20 years in Albert Square SMITH, Rupert (2005, BBC Books, ISBN 0-563-52165-1) Official guide to celebrate the soap’s second decade. EastEnders Annual 2009 RANDALL, Tim (2008, BBC Books, ISBN 978-1-846-07555-1) An annual covering the show's stories in a humorous format.[1] Albert Square & Me: The Actors of EastEnders JAFFEE, Larry (editor) (2009, ISBN 978-1-4401-5987-9) http://www.wgazette.com Fifty-two exclusive interviews with past and present cast members of EastEnders, including Barbara Windsor, Steve McFadden, June Brown, John Altman, Sid Owen, Patsy Palmer, Pam St. Clement, Perry Fenwick, Natalie Cassidy, James Alexandrou, Derek Martin, Laila Morse, Danniella Westbrook, John Bardon, Wendy Richard, Susan Tully, Todd Carty, Leslie Grantham, Anita Dobson, Gillian Taylforth, Michelle Collins, Martin Kemp, Gretchen Franklin, Nick Berry, Lucy Speed, Martine McCutcheon and Michael Greco. Cast biographies and autobiographies My East End DOBSON, Anita (1987) The Leslie Grantham Story: the Secret Life of "Dirty Den" RITCHIE, Jean (1989) Kathy And Me TAYLFORTH, Gillian (1995) Wendy Richard: My Life Story RICHARD, Wendy (2000) All of Me: My Extraordinary Life WINDSOR, Barbara (2000) Mike Reid - T'rific - The Autobiography REID, Mike (2000) Who Does She Think She Is?: My Autobiography McCUTCHEON, Martine, with WRIGHT, Matthew (2001) Novels The EastEnders MILLER, Hugh (1985, INNER CIRCLE BOOKS, ISBN 0-586-06809-0) EastEnders - Book One: Home Fires Burning MILLER, Hugh (1986, INNER CIRCLE BOOKS, ISBN 1-85018-045-8) Volume one of the series of stories of various EastEnders characters. A fictional account of World War II in the life of EastEnders character Lou Beale. Set in Albert Square it is a story of good times and bad. EastEnders - Book Two: Swings and Roundabouts MILLER, Hugh (1986, INNER CIRCLE BOOKS, ISBN 1-85018-050-4) Volume two of the series of stories of various EastEnders characters. This book continues the human story of the families who live around Albert Square. It is a story not only of mistakes and setbacks, but also of people learning the hard lessons of life and - sometimes - coming out on top. The book focuses mainly on the Beale family, in particular Lou, Pete and Pauline, as well as a sub-plot involving Dr. Harold Legg and his father Gregory. The book takes place between Albert Beale's death in 1957, and the birth of Mark Fowler in 1968. EastEnders - Book Three: Good Intentions MILLER, Hugh (1986, INNER CIRCLE BOOKS, ISBN 1-85018-049-0) Volume three of the series of stories of various EastEnders characters. The story of Debbie Wilkins and Andy O'Brien coming together and proving yet again the truth of the old adage that the course of true love never does run smooth. EastEnders - Book Four: The Flower of Albert Square MILLER, Hugh (1986, INNER CIRCLE BOOKS, ISBN 1-85018-052-0) Volume four of the series of stories of various EastEnders characters. This one tells the moving story of Ethel Skinner - always managing to come up smiling against the knocks dealt to her by life. EastEnders - Book Five: Blind Spots MILLER, Hugh (1986, INNER CIRCLE BOOKS, ISBN 1-85018-059-8) Volume five of the series of stories of various EastEnders characters. Married life was one long round of rows and recriminations for Den and Angie Watts. But when Angie walked out, they both realised that they needed each other more than they knew. Somehow they would have to compromise. EastEnders - Book Six: Hopes and Horizons MILLER, Hugh (1986, INNER CIRCLE BOOKS, ISBN 1-85018-061-X) Volume six of the series of stories of various EastEnders characters. In a gloomy year in the Square Lofty Holloway seems to be the only one with any hope. He hoped that Persuasive Light - a technique he found in a second hand paperback - would somehow turn him into dynamic success! EastEnders - Book Seven: The Baffled Heart MILLER, Hugh (1987, INNER CIRCLE BOOKS, ISBN 1-85018-068-7) Volume seven of the series of stories of various EastEnders characters, focusing on Dot Cotton. EastEnders - Book Eight: Growing Wild MILLER, Hugh (1987, INNER CIRCLE BOOKS, ISBN 1-85018-069-5) Volume eight of the series of stories of various EastEnders characters, focusing on Mary Smith. EastEnders - Book Nine: A Place in Life MILLER, Hugh (1987, INNER CIRCLE BOOKS, ISBN 1-85018-076-8) Volume nine of the series of stories of various EastEnders characters, focusing on Lofty Holloway. EastEnders - Book Ten: A Single Man MILLER, Hugh (1987, INNER CIRCLE BOOKS, ISBN 1-85018-077-6) Volume ten of the series of stories of various EastEnders characters, focusing on Colin Russell. EastEnders - Book Eleven: Taking Chances MILLER, Hugh (1987, INNER CIRCLE BOOKS, ISBN 0-586-07228-4) Volume eleven of the series of stories of various EastEnders characters, focusing on James Wilmott-Brown EastEnders - Book Twelve: Elbow Room MILLER, Hugh (1988, INNER CIRCLE BOOKS, ISBN 1-85018-081-4) Volume twelve of the series of stories of various EastEnders characters, focusing on Simon Wicks. Teen EastEnders - Solid Ground MILLER, Hugh (1986, ANDRE DEUTSCH LTD., ISBN 0-233-98123-3) Volume one of the Teen EastEnders series of stories of various EastEnders characters, focusing on Sharon Watts. Teen EastEnders - Growing Pains MILLER, Hugh (1986, ANDRE DEUTSCH LTD., ISBN 0-233-98124-1) Volume two of the Teen EastEnders series of stories of various EastEnders characters,focusing on Cassie Carpenter. Teen EastEnders - Heroes MILLER, Hugh (1988, LIONS, ISBN 0-00-693235-5) Volume three of the Teen EastEnders series of stories of various EastEnders characters, focusing on Simon Wicks. Teen EastEnders - An Eye for Business MILLER, Hugh (1988, LIONS, ISBN 0-00-693236-3) Volume four of the Teen EastEnders series of stories of various EastEnders characters, focusing on Barry Clark. EastEnders - Blood Ties: The Life and Loves of Grant Mitchell LOCK, Kate (1998, BBC BOOKS, ISBN 0-563-38483-2) Kate Lock's first EastEnders novelisation, exploring Grant Mitchell's past, from his Falklands war experiences, to his marriage to Sharon Watts, right up to his rocky marriage to Tiffany Raymond in 1998. EastEnders - Tiffany's Secret Diary LOCK, Kate (1998, BBC BOOKS, ISBN 0-563-55104-6) The secret diary of Tiffany Mitchell, which begins when she discovers that she is pregnant, and covers all events of her life leading up to the dramatic events of Christmas 1998. EastEnders - Bianca's Secret Diary LOCK, Kate (1999, BBC BOOKS, ISBN 0-563-55162-3) The secret diary of Bianca Butcher, giving an insight into her eventful life, including the love triangle involving her, her mother Carol and Dan Sullivan. EastEnders - Steve Owen: Still Waters LOCK, Kate (2001, BBC BOOKS, ISBN 0-563-53722-1) A novelisation, exploring Steve Owen. It gives an insight into his past, his loves, and his businesses, and also tell the reader exactly what happened during his honeymoon with Mel. Maps Albert Square MILLER, Hugh and HARRIS, Keith (1987, David & Charles, ISBN 0-7153-9135-6) A map of Albert Square, illustrated by Keith Harris References ^ "EastEnders Annual 2009". BBCshop.com (BBC Online). http://www.bbcshop.com/Drama+Arts/Eastenders-Annual-2009/invt/9781846075551. Retrieved 5 November 2009.  v • d • e EastEnders History · Awards and nominations · In popular culture Characters Present characters · Past characters · Spin-off characters · Lists of characters Crew members Julia Smith · Tony Holland · Simon May · Mike Gibbon · Michael Ferguson · Leonard Lewis · Barbara Emile · Corinne Hollingworth · Jane Harris · Matthew Robinson · John Yorke · Louise Berridge · Kathleen Hutchison · Kate Harwood · Diederick Santer · Bryan Kirkwood Locations Albert Square · Walford · Walford East tube station · The Queen Victoria · R&R · Dickens Hill Storylines The Banned · The Firm · "Sharongate" · "Who Shot Phil?" · "Get Johnny Week" · "The Secret Mitchell" · "Who Killed Archie?" 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