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

Saturday, 21 November 2020

Conversation Street Podcast Episode 445


On our latest podcast, we share our thoughts on the episodes of Corrie shown in the UK between the 16th and the 20th November (Episodes #10,169 - 10,174).

With the Oliver storyline only getting the occasional scene in these episodes, the focus was put squarely on the tried and tested soap trope of a love triangle this week, its members being Carla, Peter and Adam. Did it bring anything new to the table, or was it just as predictable as Peter's inevitable succumbence to the  sauce? Meanwhile, Craig's in a bind when he discovers Ray's dastardly plans to bring a touch of gentrification to Weatherfield, and Billy's mad at Paul when he catches him deacon around in his new robes.

Corrie's 60th anniversary promo has kicked off in earnest this week, and in The Kabin, we've got a new official cast photo, a new trailer and yes, even a new Co-op bag to share our thoughts on. We round the show off with the feedback section, where the hot topic of the week is how our listeners first got into Corrie.

Street Talk - 00:22:10
The Kabin - 02:23:02
Feedback - 02:57:10


For our bonus podcast this week, we take a look at the character of Violet Wilson, whose name's been brought up on the show more than once in recent weeks thanks to her and Sean's son Dylan making a return to the street. We take a look at what she got up to during her time on Corrie, including her involvement in Charlie and Shelley's domestic abuse story and her relationship with Jamie Baldwin, and we uncover a few interesting titbits about the original plans for the character, which would have taken her down a very different route to the one she ended up on!


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