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Saturday, 13 March 2021

Conversation Street Podcast Episode 461


On our latest podcast, we chat about all things Corrie from the week of the 8th to the 12th March (Episodes #10267 - 10272).

How much drama can you wring out of characters collapsing? This week, Corrie tries to answer that question by putting Kirk, Peter and Kelly in varying degrees of peril and having them be discovered by friends and family. Yep, if you watch Corrie for its numerous scenes at Weatherfield General (What? You don't?), you were in for a treat with this week's episodes. Meanwhile, back on the Street itself, Asha takes the news that Nina's finishing with her pretty hard, Fiz's teasing threatens to push Ty into the arms of another woman, and Seb, Alya and Sarah go down in our estimations thanks to their views on pets.

Next up in the podcast, we head on over to The Kabin for a couple of small news stories (see how many minutes we can get out of the news that Jack Duckworth has come to the Words & Design app!), then after a feedback section that includes one listener's tribute to Mike Baldwin, we have a spoilery Kabin Extra segment discussing this week's casting news, which has got Michael jolly excited indeed.

Street Talk - 00:09:30
The Kabin - 02:13:24 
Feedback - 02:20:27
Kabin Extra - 02:35:02


Jack James Ryan's portrayal of nasty drug dealer Jacob Hay has had a lot of Corrie viewers' tongues wagging over the past few weeks, and he's certainly got plenty of people on social media fired up too over the way he's treated Simon, Carla and Leanne. For our bonus podcast, which is also available on video, Michael and Jack talk about what it's been like bringing the character of Jacob to life, how he got into acting, and filming under COVID restrictions.




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1 comment:

Anonymous said...

Thank you for doing a video and for including captions so that us deaf people can follow your podcast! :)

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