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Saturday, 4 December 2021

Conversation Street Podcast Episode #499


On our latest podcast, we have a natter about the episodes of Coronation Street broadcast in the UK between the 29th November and the 3rd December (Episodes #10494 - 10499).

We've been talking about the possibility of Curtis having factitious disorder for about three months now, and this week, it's finally confirmed that this is indeed what's behind his suspicious behaviour of late. We start the Street Talk segment by chatting about what we've been learning about this condition over the past few days, and ponder what it could mean for Emma as she prepares to marry the man of her dreams. Also this week, Grace makes an offer that Aggie finds hard to refuse, Daniel remains blissfully ignorant of Summer's blatant crush on him, and Zeedan's feeling the heat from Hashim.

Next up on the podcast, we take a trip to The Kabin, where we take a look at the Corrie Christmas schedule (and do our best to restrain ourselves from going on *too* much of a rant about some of the episodes being uploaded early to the Hub), and we finish off the show more of your listener feedback.

Street Talk: 00:14:59
The Kabin: 02:51:49
Feedback: 03:08:09


This week's bonus podcast has been a long time coming, but we've finally made it through to the midway point of the first decade of the new millennium. This period in the Street's history saw a rise in the number of issues-based stories, such as Sarah-Louise's pregnancy and Internet stalker, as well as some well remembered darker moments, like the Richard Hillman saga, the Freshco's siege and Alma's tragic demise. Despite all this though, there was still a lot to laugh about - who can forget Les and Cilla falling through the ceiling in their bathtub or Jack's turn as a member of the women's bowls team? We hope you enjoy listening to us reflecting on the period - both the highs and the lows.


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