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Saturday, 12 September 2020

Conversation Street Podcast Episode 435


On our latest podcast, we chat about the episodes of Coronation Street shown in the UK between the 7th and the 11th September (Episodes #10,111 - 10,114).

Things are slowly starting to ramp up towards next week's return to six episodes a week, and thanks to the extra half an hour of Corrie we got on Friday (as well as some brilliant twists and turns throughout the week!), we have quite a lengthy Street Talk segment this podcast, kicking off with the coercive control story. Now we all know that the concept of strong passwords doesn't exist in Weatherfield, so after a neat bit of slight of hand that would make The Great Magnifico jealous as well as some lucky guesswork, Sally gains access to Geoff's computer files - and is appalled at what she finds... Meanwhile, Gail's two boys compete to see who can have the most dramatic Friday, as Nick discovers that not only may he about to lose one son, he might also be about to gain another, and David has a massive sinkhole open up in his garden.

In the Kabin, we celebrate Corrie sweeping the board at the TV Choice Awards, and we finish things off with some listener feedback on this week's dramatic events.

Street Talk - 00:17:59
The Kabin - 02:42:04
Feedback - 02:52:09



On this week's bonus podcast, we're chuffed to be joined by Charlie Lawson, the man behind legendary Street character Jim McDonald. Charlie talks about why he thought the McDonald clan made such an impact on their arrival, what it is that keeps him coming back to the cobbles, and whether or not, despite all that Jim's done, we're still supposed to like him!


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