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Saturday, 14 November 2020

Conversation Street Podcast Episode 444

On the podcast this week, we chat about the episodes of Corrie shown in the UK between the 9th and the 13th November (Episodes #10163 - 10168).

If you've been as invested in the Oliver story as we have for the past few months, there'll have been a lot for you to love this week. Despite the fact we all knew the judge's verdict was only ever going to go one way, watching the reactions of the characters involved was no less compelling than any surprise twist would have been; indeed, seeing Leanne unable to accept the crushing inevitability of it all made some smashing TV, and we're sure many a tear was shed up and down the country on Friday night! And while the end seems close for Oliver, life goes on for the other residents of the street this week, including a new opportunity for Sean and Michael, a new romance in the factory between Adam and Alina, and a new archdeacon of Weatherfield (and his semi-nude boyfriend).

In the Kabin segment of the podcast, we peruse the catalogue of Julie Goodyear's jewellery that is soon to be going under the hammer for charity, and we round off the podcast with talk of iTunes reviews, COVID on Corrie and how people first started watching the show in the feedback section.

Street Talk - 00:09:41
The Kabin - 02:05:44
Feedback - 02:25:42

 

The full set of results for Corriepedia's Ultimate Character survey are finally in, and in our bonus podcast this week, we take a look at who are the most loved characters in the Top 30. The battle for number one was always going to be fierce, but we don't think there'll be many a Corrie fan who'd say that the ultimate victor wasn't deserving of a spot near the top. As for the rest - well, you'll just have to listen to hear our reactions! As a bit of a bonus, we also take a look at some supplementary stats from the survey, including which characters got the most votes, who were the most divisive, and who were the biggest climbers since the 50th anniversary survey.

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