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Saturday, 20 February 2021

Conversation Street Podcast Episode 458


This week on the podcast, we chat about the episodes of Corrie shown in the UK between the 15th and the 19th February (Episodes #10249 - 10254).

It was a long, cold week for Kevin and Debbie after getting trapped in the Bistro fridge last Friday. We imagine that your experience of watching this might have depended quite heavily on how many of the blatant spoilers that were out there you saw as they kind of gave away the ending, but there were at least some lovely bonding moments between the Webster siblings that we could all enjoy. Also this week, feather-brained Leanne nearly gets hit by Mary's van, there's a medical emergency for Tyrone, and Ed's brother Ronnie makes quite an impression when he comes to visit, but what's Aggie's beef with him?

In The Kabin, we talk a bit about the recent release of the latest of Maggie Sullivan's wartime Corrie novels, The Land Girls From Coronation Street, and we round off the podcast with more of your listener feedback.

Street Talk - 00:13:13
The Kabin - 02:03:57
Feedback - 02:09:31 


We've reached another milestone in our journey through the Corrie box sets, so for our bonus podcast this week, we have a good old natter about the episodes we've seen from the first half of the 90s. As this is an era that's only recently aired on ITV3, we imagine it's going to be one that many listeners are quite familiar with, but how did the fact that he'd only just watched it a few years ago affect Michael's appreciation of the episodes, and can Gemma keep up with everything from a time which saw an increased number of weekly episodes as well as an explosion of new characters? From classic scenes like Ken and Raquel's French lesson and the infamous waterbed incident to some of the more underappreciated gems, we have a deep dive into the time period when Michael first started watching Corrie all those years ago and share what were our favourite parts - and what are best left in the past.


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