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Saturday, 7 November 2020

Conversation Street Podcast Episode 443


On this weekend's podcast, we chat about the episodes of Corrie shown in the UK between the 2nd and the 6th November (Episodes #10,157 - 10,162).

We really did quite enjoy this week's episodes. Like many other viewers, we'd guessed that Debbie might have been working alongside Ray to buy up the Street, but the way it was handled, including her fake tears to Kevin and her mock admiration of Sally's garden furniture and puce top (or was it just pink?) made it a whole lot of fun to watch. On top of that, we had Emma's heart-wrenching confession to the police, Leanne's stubborn, but understandable, denial in the face of Oliver's hopeless situation, and the lower stakes but still very relatable character drama in the Alahan household. Great stuff!

Up next on the podcast we head over to The Kabin, where we're joined by Corrie expert Mark Llewellin, who chats about the exciting new project he's launching for charity alongside a host of stars including Julie Goodyear to celebrate the Street's 60th anniversary. We round off the podcast with more of your listener feedback.

Street Talk - 00:13:26
The Kabin - 02:05:21
Feedback - 02:39:31


For our bonus podcast this week, we're joined by Matilda Freeman, who's spent the past three and a half years playing the role of Summer Spellman. Matilda explains why the time now feels right for her to move on to pastures new, reflects back on some of her favourite moments working on the show, and shares what it's like being a child actor on the nation's favourite street. As full of praise for the show and her fellow cast members as she is hilarious anecdotes, Matilda was a real pleasure to have a natter with - this is one interview you won't want to miss!


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