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Saturday, 9 January 2021

Conversation Street Podcast Episode 452


On our latest podcast, we have a good old natter about the episodes broadcast in the UK between the 4th and the 8th January (Episodes #10213 - 10218).

This week, Ray's race to raze the place is nearing the finish line, so Abi decides it's time to "be more Deirdre" - and that doesn't mean nipping out into the ginnel for a quick fag while it all blows over. Will her truck top protest get her message across to her neighbours? (And is she even sure what that message should be?) Meanwhile, Arthur breaks Evelyn's heart - and ours! - by bogging off to Canada, Michael makes a big decision about his future with Grace, and Simon's in for a shock when he finds out Leanne's the only one on the street taking the new lockdown measures seriously.

In the Kabin, we talk about this week's reports that a return story for Vicky Jefferies was set to go ahead last summer before falling victim to the pandemic, and we finish things off with some feedback from listeners, including a message that gets us thinking about how much certain characters have changed over time - and whether this kind of thing is intentional or not.

Street Talk - 00:16:41
The Kabin - 02:32:35
Feedback - 02:37:18


This week's bonus podcast is split into two main sections. First, we take a look back on 2020 on Corrie as a whole, chatting about what we felt worked and what didn't, how the show dealt with the impact of coronavirus and whether or not the 10,000th episode and 60th anniversary week lived up to expectations. That's followed by our annual predictions segment, where we first look back on what we thought would happen on the show last year and basically find out how wrong we were, before checking the show's tea leaves to see what could be in store for the people of Weatherfield in the year to come.


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GRITTY SAGAS BY CORRIE BLOG EDITOR GLENDA YOUNG, PUBLISHED BY HEADLINE. CLICK PIC BELOW!

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