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2010 was Coronation Street's fifty-first year.

Main characters

Ranking Character Played by Duration Number of Episodes Running total Previous year's ranking
1 Nick Tilsley Ben Price Full year 161 1014 72
2 Fiz Stape Jennie McAlpine Full year except for February 154 1258 3
3 Steve McDonald Simon Gregson Full year 146 2186 9
4 David Platt Jack P. Shepherd Full year 144 1424 11
5 Gail Platt/McIntyre Helen Worth Full year 140 3369 16
6 Leanne Battersby/Barlow Jane Danson Full year 139 1077 43
7 Audrey Roberts Sue Nicholls Full year 134 2441 46
8 Becky McDonald Katherine Kelly Full year 129 541 10
9 Peter Barlow Chris Gascoyne Full year 124 681 8
9 John Stape Graeme Hawley Full year 124 283 61
11 Tyrone Dobbs Alan Halsall Full year except for May 123 1143 16
11 Sophie Webster Brooke Vincent Full year except for February and June 123 825 25
13 Tina McIntyre Michelle Keegan Full year except for August 121 341 13
13 Kevin Webster Michael Le Vell Until April and from July 121 2404 1
15 Carla Connor Alison King Full year 115 454 64
16 Ken Barlow William Roache Full year 105 3884 21
17 Sean Tully Antony Cotton Full year 101 816 14
18 Molly Dobbs Vicky Binns Until April and July to December 100 469 6
18 Graeme Proctor Craig Gazey Full year except for August 100 201 31
20 Deirdre Barlow Anne Kirkbride Until September and from December 99 3042 24
20 Liz McDonald Beverley Callard Until November 99 1682 23
22 Michelle Connor Kym Marsh Full year 97 570 20
22 Hayley Cropper Julie Hesmondhalgh Full year except for September 97 1141 28
22 Jason Grimshaw Ryan Thomas Full year 97 996 12
22 Sally Webster Sally Whittaker/Dynevor January and from July 97 2310 4
26 Ciaran McCarthy Keith Duffy From February 96 385 -
27 Rosie Webster Helen Flanagan Full year 92 1157 22
27 Sian Powers Sacha Parkinson Full year except for February and June 92 130 59
28 Roy Cropper David Neilson Full year 91 1303 40
30 Janice Battersby Vicky Entwistle Full year except for October 90 1521 32
30 Norris Cole Malcolm Hebden Full year except for November 90 1069 16
30 Anna Windass Debbie Rush Full year except for March 90 173 32
33 Dev Alahan Jimmi Harkishin Full year 87 1004 26
34 Natasha Blakeman Rachel Leskovac Until September 83 134 55
34 Claire Peacock Julia Haworth Full year except for June 83 660 36
36 Eileen Grimshaw Sue Cleaver Full year except for January 82 1092 19
37 Sunita Alahan Shobna Gulati Full year except for June 77 544 73
37 Julie Carp Katy Cavanagh Full year 77 236 14
37 Rita Sullivan Barbara Knox From March 77 3126 41
40 Lloyd Mullaney Craig Charles Full year 76 491 26
41 Chesney Battersby-Brown/Brown Sam Aston Full year except for February and May 72 483 43
42 Ashley Peacock Steven Arnold January and April to December 70 1273 42
43 Mary Taylor Patti Clare Full year except for November 67 97 65
43 Eddie Windass Steve Huison Full year except for March 67 147 36
45 Izzy Armstrong Cherylee Houston From April 66 66 -
46 Kirk Sutherland Andrew Whyment Full year except for February 62 717 39
47 Owen Armstrong Ian Puleston-Davies From June 58 58 -
47 Simon Barlow Alex Bain Full year 58 181 32
47 Trevor Dean Steve Jackson January to July and September to October 58 58 -
50 Cheryl Gray Holly Quin-Ankrah From April 57 57 -
51 Lewis Archer Nigel Havers Until August 49 50 79
51 Emily Bishop Eileen Derbyshire Full year except for June 49 3083 32
53 Gary Windass Mikey North January to February, April to June and from September 47 131 36
54 Jack Dobbs Jaxon & Maddox Beswick and Alex & Ellis Williamson September to December 46 46 -
55 Maria Connor Samia Smith From June 41 967 2
56 Ryan Connor Ben Thompson January, March to April, June to July and September to October 36 240 48
56 Bill Webster Peter Armitage Full year except for February and October 36 549 47
58 Amy Barlow Amber Chadwick and Elle Mulvaney Full year except for March and June 35 300 66
59 Kylie Turner Paula Lane August to December 31 31 -
60 Aadi Alahan Zennon Ditchett January to May and July to September 29 41 73
60 Asha Alahan Tanisha Gorey January to May and July to September 29 43 73
60 Katy Armstrong Georgia May Foote From July 29 29 -
60 Max Turner Harry McDermott From August 29 29 -
64 Jack Duckworth William Tarmey January to February, May and August to November 28 2088 51
64 Joshua Peacock Benjamin Beresford January, March to April and from July 28 325 67
66 Freddie Peacock Lewis & Niall Beresford January to February and from July 27 141 69
67 Chris Gray Will Thorp July to August and from October 26 26 -
67 Betty Williams Betty Driver January to February, May and from August 26 2719 62
69 Kelly Crabtree Tupele Dorgu Until March 24 511 43
70 Tracy Barlow Kate Ford May to June and from December 22 1204 -
70 Joe McIntyre Reece Dinsdale Until February 22 174 7
72 Russ Gray Finton Flynn From May 21 21 -
72 Pam Hobsworth Kate Anthony January, March to April, September and November to December 21 119 49
74 Teresa Bryant Karen Henthorn January and March to May 13 104 62
75 Matt Carter Oliver Mellor August to October and from December 12 12 -
76 Jesse Chadwick John Thomson Until March 11 58 54
77 Claudia Colby Rula Lenska April, July to August and December 10 11 79
78 Brian Packham Peter Gunn April and October 9 9 -
79 Liam Connor Ollie & Elliott Barnett June to August and December 8 50 55
79 Tony Gordon Gray O'Brien May to June 8 285 5
81 Jim McDonald Charles Lawson November to December 7 1107 73
81 Hope Stape N/A From December 7 7 -
83 Jackie Dobbs Margi Clarke February to March 5 66 70
84 Ted Page Michael Byrne January only 4 73 58
85 Paul Kershaw Tony Hirst December only 3 3 -
86 Archie Shuttleworth Roy Hudd May only 2 117 -
87 Vera Duckworth Elizabeth Dawn November only 1 2275 -

Production

Kim Crowther goes out with a bang

Kim Crowther left after two years as producer in the spring

Kim Crowther became the fourth consecutive Coronation Street producer to relinquish the role after two years. It had been announced the previous November that Crowther would be departing in the Spring, ahead of the 50th anniversary celebrations. Her replacement was named as Phil Collinson, fresh from producing the revival of Doctor Who on the BBC since 2005. Collinson was new to Coronation Street in a behind-the-scenes capacity but had appeared in it as an actor, playing Bob Wright in one episode in 1997. Kieran Roberts remained executive producer.

An eventful final few months under Crowther's watch saw a number of major storylines come to a climax. Newly married Gail McIntyre lost a third husband in February when Joe was drowned at Lake Windermere while attempting to fake his own death. The decision to kill off Joe was made after actor Reece Dinsdale quit the show after less than two years over fears of typecasting. The storyline took inspiration from the real-world insurance fraud case of John Darwin [1]. Following the discovery of Joe's body, Gail was charged with first-degree murder. The moment where Gail is found 'not guilty' was shown online on the programme's official website ahead of transmission, along with a clip in which a 'guilty' verdict is reached which was recorded as a red herring.

The trial was aired in May, during a week of post-watershed episodes scheduled at 9.00pm on successive days between two episodes of Britain's Got Talent. The move was intended by ITV as a promotional tool to boost two of its biggest properties. The other dominant storyline that week was Tony Gordon's jailbreak and factory siege, with Carla Connor and Hayley Cropper taken hostage. Tony's reign of terror came to an end when he set the factory alight and perished in the fire, with Carla escaping in the nick of time. The action-packed episodes incurred a cost of £1 million to the production, between the special effects, stuntwork and expense of rebuilding the factory [2]. On Wednesday 2nd June, due to the Cumbria shootings ITV pulled that evening's episode, which would have depicted Tony shooting dead his accomplice Robbie Sloane, played by James Fleet. Out of respect for the victims, the three remaining episodes were postponed until the following week. Four double bills were aired in order to catch up.

Aside from writing out Tony Gordon, the siege storyline re-introduced Maria Connor, with Samia Smith returning from maternity leave. Maria was accompanied by her son Liam, now played by twins Ollie and Elliott Barnett.

Despite the problems with transmission, the episodes attracted high enough ratings for ITV to repeat the pattern during the Britain's Got Talent finals in each subsequent year.

Blanche Hunt passed away off-screen in Portugal on 3rd May, five months after the death of actress Maggie Jones. Her send-off featured two returning cast members and a cameo by June Whitfield as Blanche's friend May Penn, who revealed to Ken and Deirdre that Blanche had found happiness with a new man in her last days.

Tracy Barlow returns to cause trouble for Gail

The death of Blanche coincided with a new head for Amy Barlow. After four years in the part, Amber Chadwick was replaced by Elle Mulvaney, as producers wanted a better actress for upcoming storylines. Mulvaney would go on to play the character into adulthood. The first returnee for Blanche's funeral was undertaker Archie Shuttleworth, a former lover of Blanche's again played by Roy Hudd, making his final appearance in the programme. More significantly, Kate Ford returned as Tracy Barlow after a three-year absence. Still serving a life sentence for the murder of Charlie Stubbs, Tracy's appearance at Blanche's funeral led to her becoming embroiled in Gail's storyline, attempting to extract a confession from her former neighbour. It was planned from the outset that a full-time return would follow later in the year, however this would be implemented by Phil Collinson.

Setting the stage

Much like the rest of Kim Crowther's tenure, the early months of 2010 featured a high cast turnover. Michael Byrne made the last of his infrequent appearances as Ted Page in January, as the actor moved onto other projects, though the door was kept open. Jesse Chadwick left the Street in March, when it was decided that the character wasn't working, while Teresa Bryant, the last remaining member of the Morton clan, was written out in May. The main casualty of this period was Kelly Crabtree, who was sacked from the factory after helping Nick Tilsley undercut Carla. Tupele Dorgu chose to leave the programme after a six-year run, feeling that the role wasn't developing as she'd liked.

As regards returns, Mary Taylor made a comeback as a regular in January, continuing her infatuation with Norris Cole. Barbara Knox returned after a period of illness, with Rita coming back to work at The Kabin under Norris's ownership. Margi Clarke reprised the role of Jackie Dobbs again in February, making five appearances. This would be the last time she played Jackie as the character later died off-screen in 2018. Another notable returnee was Keith Duffy as Ciaran McCarthy, who made a full return after a five-year absence.

An attempt was made to build a family around Craig Charles's Lloyd Mullaney, with the introduction of lap dancer Cheryl Gray and her young son Russ. While pursuing a romantic relationship, Lloyd and Cheryl had to contend with her abusive husband Chris, who began working on the Street as a builder.

The programme's first disabled regular was cast in the role of Izzy Butterfield, renamed Izzy Armstrong by the time of filming. After Cherylee Houston was given the part, writers decided to give Izzy the same condition as the actress, Ehlers-Danlos syndrome. Izzy was the first of the new family to appear, followed by her father Owen in June and fifteen-year-old sister Katy in July. Owen was another attempt at a Len Fairclough-type character, who was overly protective of his daughters. Owen took over the Builder's Yard in August, buying the premises from Bill Webster. Katy was played by Georgia May Foote, who was cast on the strength of an earlier appearance in the programme in January as Jess Burrows.

Peter Armitage, who played Bill, was not expecting to be written out, but the character's retirement continued the gradual reduction of his role and at the end of the year Bill and his partner "Auntie Pam" Hobsworth disappeared entirely, making only short appearances thereafter.

Two other debuts were Steve Jackson as bin-man Trevor Dean and Peter Gunn as teacher Brian Packham. Brian was originally a bit part character who was part of John Stape's identity fraud storyline, with stints in April and October before becoming a regular the following year, while Trevor was brought in as Carla's new boyfriend only to be swiftly axed by Phil Collinson, leaving the show in October.

The Collinson revolution

Cast portrait

Phil Collinson became the credited producer with Episode 7388 on 26th July. Collinson initiated stricter rules on script access in an attempt to clamp down on plot leaks, especially with regards to the upcoming anniversary. In terms of his vision for Coronation Street, Collinson favoured longer stories, with a strong sense of community [3]. During his time, writers would dip in and out of storylines in order to keep the programme fresh and eventful.

In particular, Collinson shelved plans to conclude the Kevin Webster and Molly Dobbs affair storyline, which had been dominant since the previous summer. The story had already been extended due to a six-month leave of absence by Sally Whittaker while the actress battled breast cancer. After her character Sally Webster was diagnosed with the condition, Whittaker had been inspired to have a lump checked which turned out to be cancerous [4]. Before embarking on her break at the end of 2009, Whittaker recorded scenes depicting Sally battling and eventually beating cancer. The actress's real-life struggle was not revealed to the public until Whittaker returned to filming cancer-free in the spring. With her on-screen return on 14th July, Whittaker was credited with the surname Dynevor, her married name since 1995.

The usual cast changes followed Collinson's arrival, as pieces started to be put into place for the anniversary. Ryan Connor and Natasha Blakeman were axed, while Nigel Havers left at the end of his contract, with conman Lewis Archer getting away with his crimes for the time being. Paula Lane joined the cast as Becky McDonald's estranged half-sister Kylie Turner, with Harry McDermott as her four-year-old son Max, adding another twist to Becky and Steve McDonald's adoption storyline. Meanwhile, Molly Dobbs gave birth to a son, Jack, and the medical centre was given a regular GP for the first time since 2002 when Oliver Mellor began appearing on a recurring basis as Dr Carter.

William Tarmey gave notice that he was quitting the programme, having played Jack Duckworth for 31 years. Tarmey had wanted to leave earlier to spend more time with his family after his son Carl was diagnosed with a brain tumour, but was persuaded to stay until the 50th anniversary [5]. Jack's on-screen death came just shy of the anniversary on 8th November, when he succumbed to the effects of Non-Hodgkin lymphoma. In a break from Coronation Street''s usual style, Elizabeth Dawn appeared as Vera Duckworth's ghost in Jack's final scene, indicating that the Duckworths were being reunited in the afterlife.

A key throughline from Kim Crowther to Phil Collinson's eras was the exploration of Sophie Webster's sexuality. In April, the programme aired its first lesbian kiss, between Sophie and her best friend Sian Powers. The teenagers began dating in secret before being outed at Roy and Hayley Cropper's wedding in August. The wedding in question was also noteworthy. Although they were already married, the Croppers' first union in 1999 wasn't recognised legally as the Gender Recognition Act was not passed until 2004, granting trans people such as Hayley full legal status in their acquired sex.

50th anniversary: Tram week and other storylines

Coronation Street celebrated its 50th anniversary with its biggest stunt to date

The viaduct collapse and tram crash that marked the 50th anniversary was announced by Phil Collinson in a live web chat on Coronation Street's official website on 7th July. Speaking with fans, Collinson teased the biggest disaster ever to hit the Street [6]. The storyline was a modern retelling of the 1967 train crash, a plot which had been limited by the lack of an outdoor set and the inability to show the actual crash. For the 2010 storyline, Collinson hired special effects company The Mill, with whom he had worked on Doctor Who, to produce the crash effects with CGI [7]. On 1st September, ITV confirmed that a live episode would be aired at some point during tram week; this was ultimately broadcast on the anniversary itself, 9th December, and like the 40th anniversary it was an hour-long episode [8].

A number of major storylines came to a head as tram week began, with Molly Dobbs revealing to Tyrone that he wasn't Jack's true father, Nick Tilsley preparing to tell Peter Barlow about his affair with Peter's fiancee Leanne Battersby, Charlotte Hoyle stalking John Stape and threatening to expose his identity fraud, and the Peacocks getting ready to make a fresh start in France. The initial explosion which triggered the crash occurred at The Joinery, Nick's new bar situated directly underneath the viaduct where Peter's stag night was taking place. The unit had previously been Turners Joinery, a part of the set unused since the closure of Jim's Bike Shop in 1992. The damage caused by the derailed tram included the destruction of The Kabin and Corner Shop, the flats above, and a fire at No.13. Due to the logistics of staging this destruction in the pre-recorded episodes and re-creating it weeks later for the live episode, the total cost of the stunt came to £4.23 million [9].

During the run-up to the anniversary, trailers bore the tagline "Four Funerals and a Wedding". Ashley Peacock was the first character to die, failing to make it out of The Joinery when the roof collapsed. Ashley had been axed along with Claire, Joshua and Freddie when Collinson arrived as producer, with the family's mooted move to the continent written in to throw viewers off. The remainder of the family continued into 2011. The next death was Molly Dobbs, who after receiving severe injuries in the tram crash was killed off in the live episode whilst making a deathbed confession of her affair with Kevin to Sally Webster. In the ruckus which followed, Sally finished with Kevin and Kevin claimed responsibility for his son Jack, whose surname was changed to Webster in December 2011. Charlotte Hoyle was also killed although her death was not a result of the tram crash, rather John Stape bludgeoned her with a hammer in order to silence her and then blamed her injuries on the tram.

Ultimately, no other named characters were killed off, and the fourth death was later revealed by Collinson as a red herring meant to keep viewers guessing. To keep the tagline accurate, the death of a passing taxi driver was mentioned in dialogue [10]. The wedding it referred to was Peter and Leanne's, which took place at the climax of the live episode as Peter lay dying in hospital.

Tram week also featured the birth of Hope Stape, daughter of Fiz and John. Although she debuted in the live episode, Hope was initially played by a prosthetic baby as she was born three months prematurely. Also notable is the first appearance of future regular Paul Kershaw, who appeared in a minor role as a firefighter before being brought back full-time in October 2011.

50th anniversary logo

Nearly all of the contracted regulars participated in tram week. Beverley Callard was one of the few not to appear, due to the actress taking time off a month before shooting. Her disappearance at short notice resulted in a planned storyline involving Jim McDonald being dropped although as Charles Lawson had already been booked Jim did appear, briefly tangling with Owen Armstrong before departing just ahead of the anniversary.

Another notable storyline, airing in September, featured a callback to the first episode in which an old letter to Ken Barlow from his former girlfriend Susan Cunningham was unearthed having been wedged under the skirting board at No.3. From the letter, Ken learned that Susan had given birth to his illegitimate son Lawrence in 1961. The short storyline was conceived as a vehicle to have William Roache act opposite his sons Linus and James Roache, who were cast as Lawrence and Ken's grandson James respectively. Although Lawrence did not appear again, James made a longer-term return in 2011.

Tracy Barlow made her dramatic re-appearance on 24th December, released on bail due to the forensics expert from her trial being discredited. As Tracy still had twelve years left until she was eligible for parole, writers were forced to invent a plausible way for her to return to the Street.

50th anniversary: Spin-offs and beyond the screen

The anniversary year was replete with bonus content with the occasion being marked both on- and off-screen. For the first time in the programme's history, material was made available exclusively online. In tandem with tram week, the official website released dramatised news footage from the scene of the crash, featuring news anchor Alastair Stewart and interviews with "witnesses". The website also hosted a three-part spin-off depicting Gary Windass's experiences as a soldier in Afghanistan. Entitled Gary's Army Diaries, the five-minute shorts were designed to set up Gary's ongoing PTSD storyline. Meanwhile, five decades of Ken Barlow were marked with an online video entitled Ken: A Life on the Street, in which Ken tells Simon Barlow about past neighbours while they complete a jigsaw puzzle.

The third DVD spin-off in as many years was produced for release on 1st November. Coronation Street: A Knight's Tale was shot mostly at Peckforton Castle in Cheshire, doubling for Tatlock Towers, the setting of a medieval-themed weekend attended by Norris Cole, Mary Taylor, Rosie Webster and Jason Grimshaw, and organised by erstwhile Coronation Street characters Curly Watts and Reg Holdsworth, again played by Kevin Kennedy and Ken Morley respectively. This marked the first occasion since 1995 that the popular double-act of Curly and Reg appeared together. Following the release of this DVD, ITV began to concentrate more on online content, and so this was the last spin-off released in the format.

Two items made in 2010 were performed in-character by the actors, but exist outside the programme's canon. On 18th March, Jack P. Shepherd, Michelle Keegan, Craig Gazey and Ben Price appeared in a special of The Jeremy Kyle Show, marking the talk show's 1000th episode. The actors play their familiar Coronation Street roles as they sling insults and accusations at each other in an attempt to hash out their problems. Meanwhile, a crossover between Coronation Street and EastEnders - which had marked its 25th anniversary in February - aired on the BBC's Children in Need on 19th November. East Street was written by the programme's former archivist-turned writer Daran Little, who was now writing for EastEnders, and depicted an exchange visit between the residents of Coronation Street and Albert Square.

Principal cast of The Road to Coronation Street

The last major part of the on-screen celebration was The Road to Coronation Street, a 75-minute TV movie dramatising Tony Warren's battle to bring Coronation Street (originally Florizel Street) to the screen in 1960, from his initial pitch through to the live transmission of the first episode. The TV movie was a passion project for Daran Little, who wrote the script after it was commissioned by ITV. It was ultimately aired on BBC Four and premiered on 4th October, starring David Dawson as Tony Warren, Jessie Wallace as Patricia Phoenix, Celia Imrie as Doris Speed, Lynda Baron as Violet Carson and James Roache as his father William. The drama was widely acclaimed and won the category of "Best Single Drama" both at the 2011 Royal Television Society and BAFTA awards.

In other media, the Corrie Nation Facebook game went live in November, allowing players on the social media platform to build their own virtual Coronation Street past and current, and to collect characters from the show's fifty years. The game ran for eight months before being taken offline in July 2011.

Corrie! was a Jonathan Harvey-penned stage play chronicling the first fifty years of Coronation Street in a condensed, and often comedic, form, with a cast of five playing many different parts. The play premiered at the Lowry, Salford, on 12th August, with performances until 28th August. The success of this initial run led to a national tour in England, Wales and Ireland in 2011.

For a list of related anniversary programmes and merchandise, see 50th anniversary.

HD and set move

The transition to 1080p high-definition recording began in August 2009, when upscaled test transmissions took place in the Granada region. The first episode simulcast on ITV1 HD across the country was Episode 7307 on 2nd April, although again this was an upscaling of an SD-shot episode. Episode 7351 - the beginning of siege week in May - marked Coronation Street's debut in true HD.

The change had effects both long- and short-term. In the latter category, a new HD title sequence was attached to the aforementioned episode, the programme's eighth. The sequence of moody shots taken in Manchester City Centre and the programme's outdoor set were accompanied by a re-arrangement of Eric Spear's theme music, the first time it had ever been permanently changed. The end credits and ad bumpers also used the new music, with the unique three bar 'End of Part One' tune utilised in most episodes since 1960 being dropped in favour of a shortened arrangement of the main opening title music.

The switch to HD ran concurrent with plans to transfer Coronation Street's production base from Quay Street studios to MediaCityUK in Salford. ITV had already confirmed in March 2009 that its northern operations would be moving to Salford but Coronation Street was said to be remaining at Granada Television studios. In 2010, following discussions between ITV and The Peel Group, a 7.7 acre plot alongside the Imperial War Museum North on Trafford Wharf Road was reserved for Coronation Street, with the idea that the programme's entire operation would move to MediaCity and the old site would be demolished [11].

The news of the possible move was broken on 11th January and was officially announced a week after the anniversary on 16th December [12]. In accordance with the transition to HD, the new set would be constructed to a larger scale than its predecessor, with room for a later expansion (see Victoria Street). Building work began the following September, for completion in 2013.

Viewing figures

Ratings chart for the year

In its fiftieth anniversary year, Coronation Street grew its audience for the first time since 2003. This was also the first time in seven years where at least six months were up on the previous year, in this case January to May and, unsurprisingly, December, which featured a run of nine consecutive episodes with an audience of over 12 million viewers, including all the episodes of anniversary week. Other months experienced marginal drops of no more than 500,000 viewers in a stablising year for the programme.

Episode 7484 on 6th December - the episode of the tram crash - was the highest-rated of the year and decade with 14.1 million viewers, slightly edging out the live episode's 14.0 million viewers three days later. In a sign of the decline in viewership over the past half-decade, 27 episodes from 2004 were watched by more people than this 2010 peak according to BARB. The average for the year was 9.45 million viewers.

In the charts, Coronation Street's overall performance continued to decline, with sixteen episodes reaching number one, a drop of six from 2009.

Episodes

# Ep.
No.
Date Part Writer Director Viewing
Figures
Chart
Position
1 7242 Friday 1st January 1 Simon Crowther John Anderson 9,560,000 10
2 7243 Friday 1st January 2 Simon Crowther John Anderson 11,080,000 3
3 7244 Monday 4th January 1 Damon Rochefort Durno Johnston 11,780,000 1
4 7245 Monday 4th January 2 David Lane Durno Johnston 11,680,000 3
5 7246 Thursday 7th January Peter Whalley Durno Johnston 11,680,000 3
6 7247 Friday 8th January 1 Julie Jones Durno Johnston 11,620,000 6
7 7248 Friday 8th January 2 Daran Little Durno Johnston 11,710,000 2
8 7249 Monday 11th January 1 Jan McVerry Ian Bevitt 11,550,000 3
9 7250 Monday 11th January 2 Mark Wadlow Ian Bevitt 11,830,000 1
10 7251 Thursday 14th January Joe Turner Ian Bevitt 10,840,000 9
11 7252 Friday 15th January 1 Martin Allen Ian Bevitt 11,400,000 5
12 7253 Friday 15th January 2 Martin Allen Ian Bevitt 11,010,000 6
13 7254 Monday 18th January 1 Daran Little David Kester 11,290,000 1
14 7255 Monday 18th January 2 Daran Little David Kester 11,070,000 2
15 7256 Thursday 21st January Debbie Oates David Kester 10,630,000 4
16 7257 Friday 22nd January 1 Debbie Oates David Kester 10,470,000 7
17 7258 Friday 22nd January 2 Peter Whalley David Kester 10,510,000 5
18 7259 Monday 25th January 1 Mark Burt Stuart Davids 11,560,000 2
19 7260 Monday 25th January 2 John Kerr Stuart Davids 11,590,000 1
20 7261 Thursday 28th January Mark Wadlow Stuart Davids 10,780,000 4
21 7262 Friday 29th January 1 Simon Crowther Stuart Davids 10,550,000 5
22 7263 Friday 29th January 2 Simon Crowther Stuart Davids 9,510,000 9
23 7264 Monday 1st February 1 Chris Fewtrell Kay Patrick 11,310,000 2
24 7265 Monday 1st February 2 Chris Fewtrell Kay Patrick 11,400,000 1
25 7266 Thursday 4th February Julie Jones Kay Patrick 10,130,000 6
26 7267 Friday 5th February 1 Joe Turner Kay Patrick 10,290,000 4
27 7268 Friday 5th February 2 Joe Turner Kay Patrick 9,870,000 9
28 7269 Monday 8th February 1 David Lane Tony Prescott 11,320,000 1
29 7270 Monday 8th February 2 David Lane Tony Prescott 11,270,000 2
30 7271 Thursday 11th February Martin Allen Tony Prescott 10,290,000 7
31 7272 Friday 12th February 1 Jan McVerry Tony Prescott 10,640,000 4
32 7273 Friday 12th February 2 Jan McVerry Tony Prescott 10,180,000 9
33 7274 Monday 15th February 1 Damon Rochefort John Anderson 11,550,000 3
34 7275 Monday 15th February 2 Joe Turner John Anderson 11,840,000 2
35 7276 Thursday 18th February Peter Whalley John Anderson 10,010,000 8
36 7277 Friday 19th February 1 Mark Wadlow John Anderson 10,750,000 7
37 7278 Friday 19th February 2 Mark Wadlow John Anderson 9,190,000 9
38 7279 Monday 22nd February 1 Simon Crowther Durno Johnston 11,380,000 3
39 7280 Monday 22nd February 2 Jonathan Harvey Durno Johnston 12,030,000 1
40 7281 Thursday 25th February Stephen Russell Durno Johnston 10,080,000 6
41 7282 Friday 26th February 1 John Kerr Durno Johnston 9,970,000 8
42 7283 Friday 26th February 2 Mark Burt Durno Johnston 8,980,000 9
43 7284 Monday 1st March 1 Julie Jones Ian Bevitt 11,100,000 1
44 7285 Monday 1st March 2 Jan McVerry Ian Bevitt 11,070,000 2
45 7286 Thursday 4th March Jayne Hollinson Ian Bevitt 9,800,000 6
46 7287 Friday 5th March 1 David Lane Ian Bevitt 9,730,000 7
47 7288 Friday 5th March 2 Chris Fewtrell Ian Bevitt 9,210,000 9
48 7289 Monday 8th March 1 David Lane David Kester 10,810,000 1
49 7290 Monday 8th March 2 John Kerr David Kester 10,620,000 2
50 7291 Thursday 11th March Martin Allen David Kester 9,340,000 9
51 7292 Friday 12th March 1 Jayne Hollinson David Kester 9,620,000 6
52 7293 Friday 12th March 2 Joe Turner David Kester 9,860,000 5
53 7294 Monday 15th March 1 Jonathan Harvey Stuart Davids 10,860,000 2
54 7295 Monday 15th March 2 Mark Wadlow Stuart Davids 11,030,000 1
55 7296 Thursday 18th March Damon Rochefort Stuart Davids 8,990,000 6
56 7297 Friday 19th March 1 Mark Burt Stuart Davids 8,790,000 7
57 7298 Friday 19th March 2 Jan McVerry Stuart Davids 8,020,000 11
58 7299 Monday 22nd March 1 David Lane Tessa Hoffe 11,130,000 1
59 7300 Monday 22nd March 2 Peter Whalley Tessa Hoffe 10,660,000 2
60 7301 Thursday 25th March Martin Allen Tessa Hoffe 9,380,000 8
61 7302 Friday 26th March 1 Mark Burt Tessa Hoffe 9,380,000 9
62 7303 Friday 26th March 2 Chris Fewtrell Tessa Hoffe 9,430,000 6
63 7304 Monday 29th March 1 Joe Turner John Anderson 10,340,000 2
64 7305 Monday 29th March 2 Joe Turner John Anderson 10,390,000 1
65 7306 Thursday 1st April Julie Jones John Anderson 8,690,000 11
66 7307 Friday 2nd April 1 Jayne Hollinson John Anderson 9,130,000 6
67 7308 Friday 2nd April 2 Mark Wadlow John Anderson 9,250,000 5
68 7309 Sunday 4th April Simon Crowther John Anderson 7,040,000 17
69 7310 Monday 5th April 1 Jan McVerry Kay Patrick 10,210,000 2
70 7311 Monday 5th April 2 Jan McVerry Kay Patrick 10,930,000 1
71 7312 Thursday 8th April Damon Rochefort Kay Patrick 8,480,000 8
72 7313 Friday 9th April Jonathan Harvey Kay Patrick 8,780,000 6
73 7314 Sunday 11th April Debbie Oates Kay Patrick 7,520,000 13
74 7315 Monday 12th April 1 Peter Whalley Ian Bevitt 9,540,000 4
75 7316 Monday 12th April 2 Peter Whalley Ian Bevitt 9,620,000 3
76 7317 Thursday 15th April Jayne Hollinson Ian Bevitt 8,700,000 7
77 7318 Friday 16th April 1 Mark Burt Ian Bevitt 8,580,000 9
78 7319 Friday 16th April 2 Martin Allen Ian Bevitt 8,560,000 10
79 7320 Monday 19th April 1 Damon Rochefort Dominic Leclerc 9,760,000 4
80 7321 Monday 19th April 2 Jonathan Harvey Dominic Leclerc 10,420,000 2
81 7322 Thursday 22nd April Joe Turner Dominic Leclerc 8,240,000 10
82 7323 Friday 23rd April 1 Julie Jones Dominic Leclerc 8,560,000 8
83 7324 Friday 23rd April 2 Stephen Russell Dominic Leclerc 8,860,000 7
84 7325 Monday 26th April 1 Chris Fewtrell Durno Johnston 9,600,000 4
85 7326 Monday 26th April 2 Simon Crowther Durno Johnston 9,890,000 2
86 7327 Thursday 29th April David Lane Durno Johnston 7,810,000 13
87 7328 Friday 30th April 1 Jan McVerry Durno Johnston 8,510,000 10
88 7329 Friday 30th April 2 Mark Wadlow Durno Johnston 8,600,000 8
89 7330 Sunday 2nd May Debbie Oates Durno Johnston 8,000,000 12
90 7331 Monday 3rd May 1 Martin Allen Stuart Davids 10,160,000 3
91 7332 Monday 3rd May 2 Jonathan Harvey Stuart Davids 10,280,000 2
92 7333 Thursday 6th May Peter Whalley Stuart Davids 8,840,000 7
93 7334 Friday 7th May 1 Mark Wadlow Stuart Davids 8,760,000 8
94 7335 Friday 7th May 2 Jayne Hollinson Stuart Davids 8,550,000 10
95 7336 Monday 10th May 1 Damon Rochefort Duncan Foster 9,740,000 3
96 7337 Monday 10th May 2 Chris Fewtrell Duncan Foster 9,950,000 2
97 7338 Thursday 13th May Debbie Oates Duncan Foster 8,600,000 6
98 7339 Friday 14th May 1 Simon Crowther Duncan Foster 8,390,000 10
99 7340 Friday 14th May 2 John Kerr Duncan Foster 8,440,000 9
100 7341 Monday 17th May 1 Jayne Hollinson Terry Dyddgen-Jones 9,080,000 4
101 7342 Monday 17th May 2 Julie Jones Terry Dyddgen-Jones 9,540,000 2
102 7343 Thursday 20th May Jonathan Harvey Terry Dyddgen-Jones 8,100,000 7
103 7344 Friday 21st May 1 Peter Whalley Terry Dyddgen-Jones 7,740,000 10
104 7345 Friday 21st May 2 John Kerr Terry Dyddgen-Jones 7,900,000 8
105 7346 Monday 24th May Mark Burt Tessa Hoffe 7,230,000 8
106 7347 Wednesday 26th May David Lane Tessa Hoffe 8,750,000 2
107 7348 Thursday 27th May Damon Rochefort Tessa Hoffe 8,330,000 5
108 7349 Friday 28th May 1 Simon Crowther Tessa Hoffe 8,160,000 6
109 7350 Friday 28th May 2 Simon Crowther Tessa Hoffe 8,470,000 4
110 7351 Monday 31st May 1 Martin Allen David Kester
Ian Bevitt
8,170,000 14
111 7352 Monday 31st May 2 Jan McVerry David Kester
Ian Bevitt
10,730,000 3
112 7353 Tuesday 1st June Mark Wadlow David Kester
Ian Bevitt
10,380,000 7
113 7354 Monday 7th June 1 Stephen Russell David Kester
Ian Bevitt
9,760,000 3
114 7355 Monday 7th June 2 Chris Fewtrell David Kester 10,070,000 2
115 7356 Wednesday 9th June 1 Joe Turner David Kester 8,520,000 9
116 7357 Wednesday 9th June 2 Chris Fewtrell Tim Dowd
Ian Bevitt
8,830,000 7
117 7358 Thursday 10th June 1 Jan McVerry Tim Dowd
Ian Bevitt
9,340,000 6
118 7359 Thursday 10th June 2 Jayne Hollinson Tim Dowd 9,490,000 4
119 7360 Friday 11th June 1 John Kerr Tim Dowd 7,690,000 10
120 7361 Friday 11th June 2 Debbie Oates Tim Dowd 7,210,000 12
121 7362 Monday 14th June 1 Damon Rochefort Duncan Foster 8,720,000 2
122 7363 Monday 14th June 2 Julie Jones Duncan Foster 7,940,000 4
123 7364 Wednesday 16th June Peter Whalley Duncan Foster 7,540,000 6
124 7365 Thursday 17th June Jonathan Harvey Duncan Foster 7,410,000 7
125 7366 Sunday 20th June Joe Turner Duncan Foster 6,510,000 13
126 7367 Thursday 24th June Mark Wadlow Duncan Foster 7,600,000 7
127 7368 Wednesday 30th June Joe Turner Terry Dyddgen-Jones 7,780,000 4
128 7369 Thursday 1st July Simon Crowther Terry Dyddgen-Jones 7,600,000 6
129 7370 Sunday 4th July Jonathan Harvey Terry Dyddgen-Jones 7,720,000 5
130 7371 Monday 5th July 1 Jonathan Harvey Terry Dyddgen-Jones 8,840,000 6
131 7372 Monday 5th July 2 Carmel Morgan Terry Dyddgen-Jones 9,150,000 3
132 7373 Thursday 8th July John Kerr Tessa Hoffe 8,160,000 8
133 7374 Friday 9th July 1 Chris Fewtrell Tessa Hoffe 7,480,000 12
134 7375 Friday 9th July 2 Julie Jones Tessa Hoffe 7,510,000 11
135 7376 Monday 12th July 1 Jan McVerry Tessa Hoffe 8,820,000 3
136 7377 Monday 12th July 2 Jan McVerry Tessa Hoffe 9,200,000 1
137 7378 Wednesday 14th July Damon Rochefort Pip Short 8,680,000 4
138 7379 Thursday 15th July Mark Wadlow Pip Short 7,160,000 10
139 7380 Friday 16th July 1 Mark Burt Pip Short 7,900,000 7
140 7381 Friday 16th July 2 Peter Whalley Pip Short 7,640,000 8
141 7382 Sunday 18th July Peter Whalley Pip Short 6,500,000 14
142 7383 Monday 19th July 1 Martin Allen Alan Wareing 9,060,000 4
143 7384 Monday 19th July 2 Martin Allen Alan Wareing 9,140,000 3
144 7385 Thursday 22nd July David Lane Alan Wareing 8,100,000 7
145 7386 Friday 23rd July 1 Debbie Oates Alan Wareing 7,560,000 9
146 7387 Friday 23rd July 2 Jayne Hollinson Alan Wareing 7,410,000 10
147 7388 Monday 26th July 1 Damon Rochefort Tim Dowd 9,000,000 5
148 7389 Monday 26th July 2 Jonathan Harvey Tim Dowd 9,190,000 3
149 7390 Thursday 29th July John Kerr Tim Dowd 7,990,000 8
150 7391 Friday 30th July 1 Debbie Oates Tim Dowd 8,320,000 7
151 7392 Friday 30th July 2 Chris Fewtrell Tim Dowd 7,930,000 9
152 7393 Monday 2nd August 1 Peter Whalley Duncan Foster 8,960,000 3
153 7394 Monday 2nd August 2 Peter Whalley Duncan Foster 9,040,000 2
154 7395 Thursday 5th August Martin Allen Duncan Foster 7,630,000 10
155 7396 Friday 6th August 1 Julie Jones Duncan Foster 7,920,000 8
156 7397 Friday 6th August 2 Joe Turner Duncan Foster 7,630,000 9
157 7398 Monday 9th August 1 David Lane Terry Dyddgen-Jones 9,140,000 2
158 7399 Monday 9th August 2 Mark Burt Terry Dyddgen-Jones 9,160,000 1
159 7400 Thursday 12th August Jan McVerry Terry Dyddgen-Jones 8,090,000 8
160 7401 Friday 13th August 1 Carmel Morgan Terry Dyddgen-Jones 8,770,000 5
161 7402 Friday 13th August 2 Simon Crowther Terry Dyddgen-Jones 8,870,000 4
162 7403 Monday 16th August 1 John Kerr David Kester 8,830,000 3
163 7404 Monday 16th August 2 Jan McVerry David Kester 9,060,000 2
164 7405 Wednesday 18th August Jayne Hollinson David Kester 7,820,000 10
165 7406 Friday 20th August 1 Simon Crowther David Kester 8,350,000 9
166 7407 Friday 20th August 2 Jonathan Harvey David Kester 8,410,000 7
167 7408 Monday 23rd August 1 Mark Wadlow Pip Short 9,470,000 3
168 7409 Monday 23rd August 2 Joe Turner Pip Short 9,510,000 2
169 7410 Thursday 26th August Damon Rochefort Pip Short 8,040,000 9
170 7411 Friday 27th August 1 David Lane Pip Short 8,130,000 8
171 7412 Friday 27th August 2 Mark Burt Mark Babych 7,940,000 10
172 7413 Sunday 29th August Peter Whalley Pip Short 5,880,000 18
173 7414 Monday 30th August 1 Julie Jones Graeme Harper 9,120,000 3
174 7415 Monday 30th August 2 Debbie Oates Graeme Harper 10,200,000 2
175 7416 Thursday 2nd September Carmel Morgan Graeme Harper 7,830,000 7
176 7417 Sunday 5th September Martin Allen
Chris Fewtrell
Graeme Harper 7,520,000 8
177 7418 Monday 6th September 1 Jayne Hollinson Tim Dowd 9,880,000 3
178 7419 Monday 6th September 2 Jayne Hollinson Tim Dowd 9,820,000 4
179 7420 Thursday 9th September Peter Whalley Tim Dowd 8,360,000 8
180 7421 Friday 10th September 1 Joe Turner Tim Dowd 8,040,000 9
181 7422 Friday 10th September 2 Joe Turner Tim Dowd 6,050,000 19
182 7423 Monday 13th September 1 Jonathan Harvey Tony Prescott 9,560,000 5
183 7424 Monday 13th September 2 Mark Wadlow Tony Prescott 9,570,000 4
184 7425 Thursday 16th September David Lane Tony Prescott 7,740,000 11
185 7426 Friday 17th September 1 Damon Rochefort Tony Prescott 8,260,000 9
186 7427 Friday 17th September 2 John Kerr Tony Prescott 7,890,000 10
187 7428 Monday 20th September 1 Julie Jones Ian Bevitt 9,270,000 6
188 7429 Monday 20th September 2 Jan McVerry Ian Bevitt 9,680,000 4
189 7430 Thursday 23rd September Chris Fewtrell Ian Bevitt 8,540,000 12
190 7431 Friday 24th September 1 Simon Crowther Ian Bevitt 8,770,000 11
191 7432 Friday 24th September 2 Carmel Morgan Ian Bevitt 8,910,000 9
192 7433 Monday 27th September 1 Jonathan Harvey Griff Rowland 9,470,000 7
193 7434 Monday 27th September 2 Jonathan Harvey Griff Rowland 10,080,000 4
194 7435 Thursday 30th September Julie Jones Griff Rowland 7,880,000 15
195 7436 Friday 1st October 1 John Kerr Griff Rowland 8,950,000 12
196 7437 Friday 1st October 2 John Kerr Griff Rowland 8,470,000 13
197 7438 Monday 4th October 1 Chris Fewtrell Kay Patrick 9,580,000 6
198 7439 Monday 4th October 2 Chris Fewtrell Kay Patrick 9,820,000 3
199 7440 Thursday 7th October Debbie Oates Kay Patrick 8,440,000 13
200 7441 Friday 8th October 1 Peter Whalley Kay Patrick 8,570,000 11
201 7442 Friday 8th October 2 Martin Allen Kay Patrick 8,190,000 14
202 7443 Monday 11th October 1 Joe Turner Noreen Kershaw 9,350,000 9
203 7444 Monday 11th October 2 Mark Wadlow Noreen Kershaw 9,410,000 7
204 7445 Thursday 14th October Carmel Morgan Noreen Kershaw 8,620,000 14
205 7446 Friday 15th October 1 Jan McVerry Noreen Kershaw 9,370,000 8
206 7447 Friday 15th October 2 Jayne Hollinson Noreen Kershaw 9,480,000 6
207 7448 Monday 18th October 1 Mark Burt Pip Short 9,850,000 6
208 7449 Monday 18th October 2 Mark Burt Pip Short 9,610,000 7
209 7450 Thursday 21st October Damon Rochefort Pip Short 8,630,000 14
210 7451 Friday 22nd October 1 David Lane Pip Short 9,470,000 9
211 7452 Friday 22nd October 2 Simon Crowther Pip Short 8,750,000 13
212 7453 Monday 25th October 1 Chris Fewtrell Durno Johnston 9,960,000 5
213 7454 Monday 25th October 2 Damon Rochefort Durno Johnston 9,580,000 7
214 7455 Thursday 28th October John Kerr Durno Johnston 8,570,000 14
215 7456 Friday 29th October 1 David Lane Durno Johnston 9,030,000 12
216 7457 Friday 29th October 2 Debbie Oates Durno Johnston 8,790,000 13
217 7458 Monday 1st November 1 Peter Whalley Dominic Leclerc 10,470,000 5
218 7459 Monday 1st November 2 Peter Whalley Dominic Leclerc 9,870,000 9
219 7460 Thursday 4th November Mark Burt Dominic Leclerc 8,940,000 14
220 7461 Friday 5th November 1 Jayne Hollinson Dominic Leclerc 9,240,000 12
221 7462 Friday 5th November 2 Jonathan Harvey Dominic Leclerc 9,420,000 11
222 7463 Monday 8th November 1 Martin Allen Tony Prescott 11,450,000 5
223 7464 Monday 8th November 2 Simon Crowther Tony Prescott 12,090,000 3
224 7465 Thursday 11th November Julie Jones Tony Prescott 9,140,000 13
225 7466 Friday 12th November 1 Jan McVerry Tony Prescott 9,590,000 12
226 7467 Friday 12th November 2 Carmel Morgan Tony Prescott 8,900,000 14
227 7468 Monday 15th November 1 Jayne Hollinson John Anderson 10,590,000 6
228 7469 Monday 15th November 2 Mark Burt John Anderson 10,560,000 7
229 7470 Thursday 18th November Chris Fewtrell John Anderson 9,690,000 9
230 7471 Friday 19th November 1 Jonathan Harvey John Anderson 7,940,000 17
231 7472 Friday 19th November 2 Martin Allen John Anderson 6,710,000 26
232 7473 Monday 22nd November 1 Jan McVerry Kay Patrick 10,140,000 7
233 7474 Monday 22nd November 2 Julie Jones Kay Patrick 10,040,000 8
234 7475 Thursday 25th November David Lane Kay Patrick 9,350,000 14
235 7476 Friday 26th November 1 Peter Whalley Kay Patrick 9,390,000 13
236 7477 Friday 26th November 2 Peter Whalley Kay Patrick 9,050,000 17
237 7478 Monday 29th November Damon Rochefort Ian Bevitt 10,800,000 6
238 7479 Wednesday 1st December 1 Mark Wadlow Ian Bevitt 10,100,000 11
239 7480 Wednesday 1st December 2 Joe Turner Ian Bevitt 10,210,000 9
240 7481 Thursday 2nd December John Kerr Ian Bevitt 10,470,000 7
241 7482 Friday 3rd December Simon Crowther Ian Bevitt 9,780,000 16
242 7483 Monday 6th December 1 Peter Whalley Graeme Harper 12,470,000 7
243 7484 Monday 6th December 2 Joe Turner Graeme Harper 14,100,000 2
244 7485 Tuesday 7th December Chris Fewtrell Graeme Harper 12,440,000 8
245 7486 Wednesday 8th December Martin Allen Tony Prescott 12,030,000 10
246 7487 Thursday 9th December Jan McVerry Tony Prescott 14,000,000 3
247 7488 Friday 10th December 1 Carmel Morgan Tony Prescott 12,530,000 6
248 7489 Friday 10th December 2 Simon Crowther Tony Prescott 12,830,000 5
249 7490 Monday 13th December 1 Damon Rochefort David Kester 12,390,000 3
250 7491 Monday 13th December 2 Damon Rochefort David Kester 12,350,000 4
251 7492 Thursday 16th December John Kerr David Kester 10,030,000 10
252 7493 Friday 17th December 1 Julie Jones David Kester 11,030,000 6
253 7494 Friday 17th December 2 Debbie Oates David Kester 11,480,000 5
254 7495 Monday 20th December Ellen Taylor Duncan Foster 11,980,000 4
255 7496 Thursday 23rd December David Lane Duncan Foster 10,400,000 10
256 7497 Friday 24th December 1 Mark Wadlow Duncan Foster 10,420,000 9
257 7498 Friday 24th December 2 Mark Wadlow Duncan Foster 10,000,000 13
258 7499 Saturday 25th December Jonathan Harvey Duncan Foster 9,770,000 14
259 7500 Monday 27th December 1 Jayne Hollinson Ian Bevitt 10,400,000 5
260 7501 Monday 27th December 2 Julie Jones Ian Bevitt 10,710,000 3
261 7502 Thursday 30th December Mark Wadlow Ian Bevitt 9,700,000 7
262 7503 Friday 31st December 1 Damon Rochefort Ian Bevitt 9,030,000 10
263 7504 Friday 31st December 2 Jonathan Harvey Ian Bevitt 8,110,000 16

Storylines

To be added.

Who lives where

Coronation Street

Rosamund Street

Victoria Street

Victoria Court

  • 9 Victoria Court - Dev Alahan (until June). Sunita Alahan. Aadi Alahan. Asha Alahan (all from March to June). Nick Tilsley (August to September). Natasha Blakeman (August to September).

Others

Unknown residence - Kelly Crabtree, Pam Hobsworth, Bill Webster, Julie Carp, Ciaran McCarthy.

Awards and nominations

National Television Awards

Royal Television Society

TV Times Awards

  • Top newcomer: Craig Gazey (Nominee)
  • Favourite Soap Star: Katherine Kelly (Nominee)
  • Editor's Programme of the Year: Coronation Street
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