Coronation Street historyEdit
- 1937 - Jack Walker and Annie Beaumont are married.
- 1962 - The Walkers celebrate their silver wedding at a party from which they have to retire early as they are exhausted by all the preparations.
- 1969 - Elsie Tanner is formally charged with shoplifting after she took a bag of Dot Greenhalgh's out of Miami Modes and it contained several unpaid dresses.
- 1971 - Robert Preston is born.
- 1992 - Matt Ramsden and Charlie Johnson are married.
- 1993 - Hazel Broughton tells Kevin Webster that Sally and Joe Broughton are having an affair.
- 2000 - Tyrone Dobbs and Maria Sutherland hold an engagement party at which her brother Kirk is one of the guests.
- 2001 - Maxine Peacock's pregnancy is confirmed. Suspecting the baby is his, Matt Ramsden tries to persuade her to leave Ashley for him but she refuses.
- 2003 - A relieved Peter Barlow is told by the CPS that they're not going to prosecute him for bigamy. One of his wives, Lucy, is less pleased.
- 2007 - David Platt loosens the bolts on the scaffolding at the Builder's Yard, causing Jason Grimshaw to fall to the ground and be hospitalised.
- 2010 - David Platt collapses while awaiting a court hearing for the attempted murder of Graeme Proctor. He is told he might have a form of epilepsy.
- 2014 - Cilla Battersby-Brown returns after a seven-year absence. Steve McDonald reports his father Jim to Highfield Prison for illegally using a mobile phone, destroying his chances of being moved to an open prison. The guilt of this action causes Steve to sink further into his depression.
- 1974 - Director Douglas Hurn dies.
- 2000 - First appearance of Andrew Whyment as Kirk Sutherland. He had previously appeared on 22nd May 2000 played by an uncredited walk-on actor.
Episodes were broadcast on 22nd October on the following years:
- 1960s - 1962, 1969
- 1970s - 1973, 1975
- 1980s - 1980, 1984, 1986
- 1990s - 1990, 1993, 1997, 1999
- 2000s - 2000, 2001 (I) (II), 2003, 2004, 2007 (I) (II), 2008, 2009
- 2010s - 2010 (I) (II), 2012 (I) (II), 2014, 2018 (I) (II)
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