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Monday, 19 September 2022

Conversation Street Podcast Episode #540


In our latest podcast, we chat about the episodes of Corrie that were shown in the UK between the 14th and the 18th September 2022 (Episodes #10741 - 10746).

It was a tough few days for our Toyah this week, with the grieving Widow Habeeb up in court for Imran's murder. Still, it could have been worse as it did at least appear to be one of the shortest court cases in Corrie history, due in part to the fact that there was clearly only extremely flimsy evidence pointing to the fact that she'd plotted to kill her husband. The biggest surprise of us, to be honest, was the lack of revelations about the moments before she drove into the wall, and the implication that yes, she did intend to kill him... but now she's walking free? We'll be watching with interest where this one goes next... Also this week, Glenda gets a job behind the Rovers bar as Jenny prepares for her new life in Canada, James gets some bad news about his contract with Weathy County when his manager comes to visit, and Kelly finally discovers the truth behind her dad's death, setting things up very nicely for what will hopefully be some cracking episodes in the coming week...

Street Talk: 00:09:41
Feedback: 02:06:36



Earlier this year, after nineteen years away from Coronation Street, Spider Nugent web-slung his way back onto the cobbles as part of his first love Toyah's ongoing storyline. In this week's bonus podcast, we're joined by the actor behind the arachnid, Martin Hancock, who chats to us about returning to the Street after so long away, what's changed for Spider in the intervening years and the shocking revelations that, not only is he claiming to be married, but he's also working for The Man as an undercover cop!


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