I've just read a short interview with him where some of his comments prove that this so-called awareness raising storyline with the baby swap hasn't done anything to help people understand the hell of losing a baby, especially not with the male actor at the centre of the storyline. First he says of the 10,000+ people who complained about the storyline that if they don't like it they should "use their remotes and switch off, that's what they are for." Well he's right, I used mine to switch that drivel off years ago because it was unrealistic and depressing. But surely telling more than 10,000+ viewers to switch off isn't a great idea if he wants keep his job. I hope they do switch off, Eastenders deserves to lose its viewers. But the bit that has really provoked me is that he then went on to deny Sam Womack is leaving because of the storyline and said "all the cast really enjoyed filming those scenes." WTF! All the cast "really enjoyed" filming scenes where a baby dies and a family is devestated? They found pretending to go through one of the worst experiences ever enjoyable did they? They get more than 10,000 complaints, they claim to have worked with parents who have lost babies to SIDS and with the baby loss charities and all he can say is "turn over if you don't like it, we had a good time." Heartless, stupid man.