Gritty sagas by Corrie blog editor Glenda Young, published by Headline. Click pic below!

Saturday, 6 June 2020

Conversation Street Podcast Episode 421


On our latest podcast, we chat about the episodes of Corrie shown in the UK between the 1st and the 5th June (Episodes #10,069 - 10,071).

This week, Corrie fans around the country could finally stop asking, "But why hasn't anyone found Geoff's camera?" and even though we may not have got a satisfying answer, at least we could enjoy the walls starting to close in on him. Will the Great Magnifico manage to escape this one? It all seems to rest on how Yasmeen pleads in court... Also this week, Asha puts Corey in his place, Gary grows concerned when Imran starts talking to Kelly, and Shona learns the hard way that oven gloves aren't just a kitchen fashion accessory.

Next up on the podcast, we celebrate the news of Corrie's BAFTA nomination in The Kabin, and we finish things off with a bit of listener feedback.

Street Talk - 00:13:57
The Kabin - 01:29:51
Feedback - 01:52:03



 
For our bonus podcast this week, we chat about Corrie's back to work plans.

With lockdown measures easing and the number of episodes recorded up to March getting smaller and smaller, it's back to the cobbles for the cast and crew next week - but it's far from business as usual. There'll be social distancing, takeaways from the Rovers and episodes written specifically to fit three in a week - it's still going to be a while until the show goes back to normal, but it's a positive start!

In this episode, we muse over a few ideas for how the gap between old and new episodes maybe bridged, ponder how more vulnerable cast members could still be included, and consider what lessons the higher ups at Corrie might have taken away after overcoming one of the show's biggest ever hurdles.


You can subscribe to our podcast on iTunes, stream all our old episodes on our own site here, or click the play buttons above to give it a listen from the comfort of this very blog!

 


All original work on Coronation Street Blog is covered by a Creative Commons License

No comments:

GRITTY SAGAS BY CORRIE BLOG EDITOR GLENDA YOUNG, PUBLISHED BY HEADLINE. CLICK PIC BELOW!

You might also like...

GRITTY SAGAS BY CORRIE BLOG EDITOR GLENDA YOUNG, PUBLISHED BY HEADLINE. CLICK PIC BELOW!