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Saturday, 13 June 2020

Conversation Street Podcast Episode 422


On our latest podcast, we delve into the episodes of Coronation Street broadcast in the UK between the 8th and the 12th June (Episodes #10,072 - 10,074).

There were some fantastic scenes between Yasmeen and Alya in the run up to Yas' plea hearing this week, and an edge of your seat cliffhanger on Monday that kept us guessing whether or not she'd muster the courage to say 'not guilty'. Also this week, Gary and Adam spend a suspiciously long amount of time hanging around a gaggle of teenage girls, whilst Scott and a Scot bring a bit of intrigue to the goings on at the Rovers.

This week also saw the return to work for a lot of the Corrie cast and crew for the first time since March, and with virtual press conferences being held and news articles published in the media reporting on what it's been like, we take a look at what's been put in place at the studios to keep everyone safe. We're also joined by a special guest for part of this segment - Imran Habeeb actor Charlie De Melo, who chats to Michael about his personal experience returning to the cobbles and that big old grey jacket of his.

We round out the podcast with more of your listener feedback, including an email from a Canadian listener, who speaks about watching Ed standing up to Don this week in the midst of the anti-racism protests going on around the world.

Street Talk - 00:33:57
The Kabin - 01:41:58
Feedback - 02:34:35


For this week's bonus podcast, we decided to chat about some of Corrie's finest bad guys from over the years. Here at Conversation Street, we love a good villain, and to add a bit of a twist to the discussion, we knocked up a set of Top Trumps cards featuring some of Weatherfield's biggest bad boys. Comparing categories like notoriety, cunning and damage caused, we pit dastardly duos against each other, all the while wallowing in the memories of some of Corrie's most explosive storylines. 



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