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Saturday, 10 October 2020

Conversation Street Podcast Episode 439


On our latest podcast, we chat about the episodes of Coronation Street broadcast in the UK between the 5th and the 9th October (Episodes #10,133 - 10,138).

It was another massive week on the cobbles, and it was hard to even know which storyline to tackle first, but we plumped for Oliver's heart-breaking story, which saw another powerhouse performance from Jane Danson as Leanne was left reeling from the revelation that Nick's got a secret son. Also this week, Abi comes to the rescue again when she goes to extreme lengths to stop Geoff gate-crashing Sally and Tim's wedding, and after being teased for so long, Todd returns to the cobbles - but what did we make of his new incarnation?

There's some good news for Maureen Lipman in The Kabin as we hear she's going to be made a dame, and we round the podcast off with a bumper feedback section, which, as well as the usual impressions on the recent goings on in Weatherfield, also opens up some interesting discussion on some meaty topics including the representation of women of colour on the show.  It's a big old podcast this week - enjoy!

Street Talk - 00:14:!5
The Kabin - 02:26:35
Feedback - 02:43:18


For this week's bonus segment, which is also available in video format on our YouTube channel, we try our hands at responding to the web's most searched for questions on Coronation Street. Thanks to the magic of Google auto-complete, we find out what the most burning questions are about Corrie, its characters and cast, and see if we can answer them ourselves. Which characters are people most interested in finding out the fate of? Which actors are Google users desperate to discover the sibling status of? Is Charlie De Melo real? Tune into this segment to find out the answers to all this and more!



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