Saturday, 21 September 2019

Conversation Street Podcast Episode 382


On our latest podcast, we chat about the episodes of Corrie broadcast in the UK between the 16th and the 20th September.

This week's Street Talk section turns out to be one of our longest yet, and it's not because of the Daniel and Sinead stuff either - although everyone involved in that particular story is still firing on all cylinders, both in front of and behind the camera. What we end up talking the most about this week is actually James' storyline, which not only showed the Bailey family unit off in their best light since coming into the programme, but also led to us doing a bit of research about the taboo surrounding homosexuality in professional football - and we were pretty surprised by some of what we found out! Also this week, we weigh in on how effective Kel is being as the latest Corrie villain, and whether Derek could regret underestimating Gary.

Up next on the podcast, we have a character profile on Kate Connor, in which we desperately try to search for any redeeming features in this particularly spoilt branch of the Connor family tree, before moving onto a quick visit to the Kabin for some news. We finish off the podcast with some feedback, including one listener's review of the recently revived Corrie stage show.

Street Talk - 00:12:59
Character Profile: Kate Connnor - 02:22:48
The Kabin - 02:59:54
Feedback - 03:01:59


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