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

Sunday, 1 November 2020

Conversation Street Podcast Episode 442




This week on the podcast, we chat about the episodes of Coronation Street shown in the UK between the 26th and the 30th October (Episodes #10,151 - 10,156).

Weatherfield's seemingly decided to give Halloween a miss this year, although it looks like nobody's told Scott, who decides to unleash his own unique brand of trick or treating on the Bistro this week. Speaking of tricks, Geoff takes advantage of Alya's less than subtle hinting that she's going to follow him to find out what he's up to, and leads her a bit of a merry dance at the Bistro, and there's a shock in store for Evelyn when Arthur reveals what's really been keeping him from committing.

Next up on the podcast, we've got quite a busy Kabin segment, though what keeps us chatting the longest is of course the news that Matilda Freeman has left the show. We finish off the show with more of your feedback, including giving one particularly frustrated listener the chance to get more than a few issues off her chest.

Street Talk - 00:07:57
The Kabin - 02:15:55
Feedback - 02:41:03


If you’re anything like us, you’ve been eagerly awaiting the new Corrie book ‘60 Years of Coronation Street’ ever since it was announced earlier this year. Now we’ve finally got our hands on a copy, and this week, we chat with author Abigail Kemp about what it was like being given the responsibility of collecting together over 10,000 episodes’ worth of history for the compendium. Abigail shares the how she went about doing the research, which parts she’s most proud of and what some of her personal favourite stories have been over the years.


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