Saturday, 31 March 2018

Conversation Street Episode 301

Happy Easter, everyone! Glenda has kindly allowed us to blog about our Corrie podcast here every weekend now, so you'll be hearing from us every Saturday morning. If you haven't listened to Conversation Street yet, you can subscribe to us via iTunes, or download our latest episode at our own website, here.

This week's podcast starts with a short tribute to long-time listener Tvor, who passed away a few days ago. She was the first person to give us feedback on the podcast, way back in Episode 4, and her presence will be greatly missed on the show and across the Coronation Street fan community as a whole. We then move onto discussing the episodes of Corrie broadcast in the UK between the 26th and the 30th March. As the police uncover concrete evidence of Pat's murderous ways, the barbaric builder does a runner to North Lighthouse (just Voggle it - it'll take you right there!), intent on sailing across to Ireland. Will he be able to convince Eileen to go with him, or will she finally see him for the murderer he really is? Meanwhile, Martin makes a flying visit to the Street, Audrey switches from styling hair to freestyling on air, and, in what we can only assume is an attempt to curry favour with his Mafia boss grandfather, Simon turns to a life of crime. After Street Talk, we welcome Brooke Vincent back onto the podcast for a quick chat about all things Dancing On Ice, Kana and Chapter 1: Liv, her new short film that's recently been put online (if you haven't seen it yet, we definitely recommend checking it out!). Next up, we move onto a quick news section, including more evidence that tours of the Corrie set are looking more and more likely, and then head into our usual feedback section. Finally, in a quick, spoilery Kabin Extra at the end of the show, we discusss news of another cast member departure, announced this week.

00:07:14 - Street Talk
01:45:52 - Brooke Vincent interview
01:56:10 - The Kabin
02:03:25 - Feedback
02:21:09 - Kabin Extra

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coconno196 said...

How sad about Tvor. I'll really miss her thoughtful and succinct comments on this blog. Condolences to her family and friends.

Anonymous said...

Thank you for providing the link to Liv. It's a good short film, although suspending disbelief and imagining Brooke as Sally Anne's daughter was hard. Good job, nonetheless.

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