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On our latest episode of the podcast, we have a natter about the episodes of Coronation Street broadcast in the UK between the 19th and the 23rd October (Episodes #10,145 - 10,150).
First off, though, we talk about what an honour it was to be asked to be one of the representatives of the Corrie fan community as part of its 60 For 60 campaign, and we're also briefly joined by writer Abigail Kemp, who picks a winner in our competition to win a copy of her new Coronation Street book.
In the Street Talk section of the show, we chat about this week's Corrie, in which Billy summons a ghost from his past when Mary calls him in to perform at exorcism at #11. Meanwhile, Leanne's rage hits hitherto unreached levels when she she feels even more people are giving up on Oliver, Gary struggles to grasp the idea that being Ray's henchman for hire may mean a bit of tough negotiating, and the Winter-Browns prove in just a couple of scenes that anyone living in Weatherfield who's unemployed for more than five minutes just isn't trying hard enough.
In The Kabin, we take a quick flick through the special Corrie edition of the latest Inside Soap magazine, then we round off the podcast with more of your feedback, including a voicemail from one listener, who highlights some definite similarities between Shona's current story and another one Ian McLeod ran when he was in charge of Emmerdale - the question is, can soap producers be blamed for recycling storylines?
Street Talk - 00:18:50The Kabin - 02:08:45Feedback - 02:22:38