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Saturday, 20 March 2021

Conversation Street Podcast Episode 462


On our latest podcast, we share our thoughts on the batch of Corrie eps that hit our screens between the 15th and the 19th March (Episodes #10273 - 10278).

Now this isn't something you hear very often, but this week it was the Bailey family who took centre stage, as Michael becomes a father ten weeks early than he was expecting, and Ed becomes a grandfather... or does he? Yep, it looks like that history between Ronnie and Aggie that we all saw coming a mile off really did happen, which means that Michael may not even be Ed's biological son after all! Speaking of clearly telegraphed story developments, the spark that's been flickering between Tyrone and Alina grew into a full-blown flame this week as they shared a kiss in Victoria Gardens. Meanwhile, Cathy gets strangely obsessed with Brian's apparently insensitive request that Steve pay his papers, a rogue beetroot salad causes chaos at Abi's wedding dress trying on party, and Leanne delivers drugs to someone who reminded us of our Gemma's old boss. 

With this week being a relatively quiet one off the cobbles, we thought we'd give The Kabin a miss, so after Street Talk, we head straight for the feedback section, where we hear some of your compliments and criticisms of the latest goings on in Weatherfield.

Street Talk - 00:13:10
Feedback - 02:10:47


This week's bonus podcast is the first listener question segment we've had in a while. First up, we answer another 'What If..?' question, this time wondering how things would have been different as a Corrie viewer, producer or actor if social media had been a thing back in 1960. Which characters would have been shipped, how would stories have been different, and would we think about any of the actors differently if they were just a click away? After that, we tackle a question from someone who wanted to know out thoughts on retcons. We chat about some of the most notorious revisions of Weatherfield history, mulling over which ones irked us more and if there's any reason why sometimes we can be up in arms about the show's (thankfully quite rare) retcons, and other times we're happy to let them slide. 


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