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Saturday, 3 October 2020

Conversation Street Podcast Episode 438


For this weekend's podcast, we chat about everything that went on in Corrie between the 28th September and the 2nd October (Episodes #10,127 - 10,132)

This episode was actually recorded on Gemma's birthday, and after a late start due to a takeaway tea, we decided to make it a Street Talk only podcast - though with some of the mind-blowing developments we were treated to in the second half of the week, we still ended up waffling on for a good while! 

Though the seemingly never-ending saga of Carla, Peter, Sarah and Adam all whinging on to each other about their relationship woes was a bit of a tedious start to the week, things got a whole lot more interesting following a sublime twist in the Michael and Grace story on Wednesday. Not only that, but the introduction of Nick's son Sam in Friday's ep helped the week end on a real high, and with the prospect of Tim and Sally's wedding in the imminent future, we think things are looking pretty rosy for next week too!


We've decided to go for another character profile as the bonus episode for this podcast, but this one's a little different to the norm as it kills eight birds with one stone - and those birds are the lame ducks, the Morton family. Even if you were a Corrie viewer back in 2007-2008, you'd be forgiven if you've forgotten this car crash of a family, but you do get props from us if you can count anything significant that they did on more than one hand - and bonus points if you can actually name them all off the top of your head! Fear not, though: if you are a bit rusty on Morton trivia, this podcast will tell you everything you need to know - and then we can all go back to never talking about them again.


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