This podcast covers episodes 10,805 to 10,812. Nick receives an indecent proposal from Harvey as supposed recompense for the hurt caused to Sam. After being belittled by Carla, Sarah sees an opportunity to jump ship with an exciting new venture. Ken tries to make amends with Stephanie Beecham while Mary struggles to come to terms with his dreadful script. Aaron’s Dad enjoys a brief moment on the wagon just as Summer’s life collapses in on itself a bit more. Tyrone’s favouritism towards Hope causes rifts in the other relationships in the house. When Dylan complains about his lonely dad cramping his style, Todd attempts to get Sean and Laurence back together. Tim is distraught when Sally gives away his favourite jacket. Griff takes to more obvious threats towards Maria ahead of the Community Centre opening its refugee advice service. Stephen goes to great lengths to remain solvent while paying for Audrey and Sam’s Norwegian cruise. Tim’s Mum quotes Lord Sugar. Steve’s big toe needs a pumice stone. Kev’s had enough tea.
This podcast covers episodes 10,801 to 10,804. Homeless Stu is a helicopter homeless grandad to Eliza and his nose is put out of joint when she decides she would rather have Alya take her to school. Sam gets his moment in front of Harvey but he’s going to need to work his little socks off to get some answers from his mother’s killer. Ken gives Mary some unfortunate advice in the hopes of boosting her confidence and is shocked when a familiar face is drafted in to save the day. Toyah finds it hard to come to terms that Spider has been a disgusting racist all along. Jacob covers for a sick Summer at the factory but both end up facing the wrath of Carla when their arrangement is rumbled. Hope works on her celebrity status at Weathy High by signing and selling copies of her murderous father’s book. Simon is alive. Tyrone’s flat-packing skills have improved. Leanne needs more than a payday loan.
This podcast covers episodes 10,795 to 10,800. With the clock ticking towards her day in court, Bernie encourages Howie to fake a mega millions lottery win in an attempt to coax Fern out from the shadows. Faced with unwanted attention from her schoolmates, Hope sets about exploiting the situation to her benefit. Adam is impressed with the work Dee Dee accomplished with Homeless Stu so offers her a seat at Imran’s old desk. Debbie finds herself closer to bankruptcy when her hotels fail to meet their asking price so looks to offload the Bistro. Exonerated for the murder of Charlie, Homeless Stu looks to restart his life by gaining custody of Eliza. When Alya refuses to be bullied following the paint attack on Speed Daal, Griff and his gang turn their attentions to more violent intimidation. Asha loses a tooth to a fish finger. Roy kicks ass. Nick really needs to get that eye checked out.
This podcast covers episodes 10,789 to 10,794. Fiz, an increasingly violent Tyrone, and a Brylcreemed Adam team up to take on the might of the Weatherfield true crime publishing industry. Nick and Leanne are forced to relent and agree to explore the possibility of Sam meeting Harvey face-to-face in prison. Summer, Aaron, Amy, and Jacob move into the builder’s yard flat and while one couple gets away from Billy, the other ends up besieged by Tracy. Bernie heads to a health spa in an attempt to learn Fern’s address but ends up being caught in the act by Fern’s ex-husband. Homeless Stu and Dee Dee head to That London for his conviction overturning hearing. Max has a disastrous first day working at Speed Daal but ends up getting much closer to Lauren and her way of thinking. Roy makes soup. Glenda has plans for Billy. John Stape is in the shed.
This podcast covers episodes 10,783 to 10,788. Sean is a bit too Sean so Todd doesn’t miss an opportunity to provide a hint about Laurence’s big, dark secret. Much to Spider’s shock, Max is invited to a Halloween party at Griff’s racist flat. Arnie the Builder is back to finish the job at number one but inadvertently busts the toilet. Summer has a shocking change of heart when she discovers how much rehab costs these days. Fiz and Tyrone do their best to protect Hope from the serialization of Stape’s story but end up making her more isolated. Nick can’t duck. Zeedan is off to London. Amy sorts everything out.
This podcast covers episodes 10,777 to 10,782. Esther reacts badly when she learns of Summer’s plans to terminate her pregnancy. Daniel’s plans to commemorate the anniversary of Sinead’s death include palming Bertie off on Beth and hanging out with Daisy. Bernie has a hard time convincing Asha and Aadi of her innocence. Stephen has his work cut out for him as he attempts to talk Jenny and Teddy into abandoning their search for Sinkhole Leo. A slip on a broken pumpkin sends Eileen to A&E but leaves her with a renewed love for life. Fiz is shocked when she learns that a book about John Stape is about to be serialized in the Weathy Gazette. Griff gets Peter and Spider excited for a mystery concert in town that definitely isn’t going to be Wet Leg. Joseph knocks Tyrone out. Daisy gets Daniel’s family tree wrong. Lily is gobsmacked.
This podcast covers episodes 10,771 to 10,776. A furious Leanne visits Harvey in prison to tell him to back off but discovers the reason for the visiting order and an explanation for where all her stamps have disappeared. Bridget and Lucy confess to their involvement in Charlie’s death which leaves Homeless Stu in charge of Eliza. Fern advises Bernie against attending an interview for a cleaning contractor but it soon seems she’s looking to take advantage of her doppelganger. Sally remains upset with Tim over his friendship with Aggie. Stephen is put under pressure when Gabrielle loses patience over delays in getting her money back. Daniel lets go of some of his past by donating Sinead’s clothes to charity. Summer’s organization of the clothes swap backfires when her denim jacket, and the secret contents of its pocket, are sold by accident. The quads definitely exist. Nick just looks like he’s topless. Esther and Mike have boundary issues.
This podcast covers episodes 10,765 to 10,770. Aaron camps out at Summer’s house and ignores his phone until the police arrive with some troubling news. Max is furious when he is denied a place at Weathy High and then learns that his Iraqi refugee friend has had more success. Tracy is so outraged when she learns that Ken has been seeing Wendy that she cooks them a stuffed marrow. Tim and Aggie’s friendship grows stronger while Sally’s disco aerobics has an unexpected warm-down session. As the anniversary of Natasha’s death approaches, Nick and Leanne receive a visitor request from Harvey Gaskell. Gemma is convinced that Fern is a figment of Bernie’s imagination. Yasmeen encourages Bridget to visit her dad while Alya and Dee get closer to finding out who really killed Charlie. Eliza has given up the recorder. Mrs Crawshaw does home visits. Paul wins crisps.
This podcast covers episodes 10,759 to 10,764. Homeless Stu is forced to choose between pursuing intangible justice or building metaphorical bridges. James discovers a coaching opportunity in That London that would take him closer to Danny. Jenny takes a spill before Quiz Night which puts Glenda in charge of proceedings. Dev takes an olive branch to Bernie in hopes of rekindling their relationship. Aggie and Tim enjoy a shopping trip in town to source an anniversary gift for Sally. Mary is concerned that Ken is giving her lines to Wendy in his script rewrites. Max’s positive progress through the Pupil Referral Unity gives David hope that he will return to Weathy High. Summer and Aaron have a day off and decide to do something wild when they discover his dad’s weed stash. Brian likes a showtunes karaoke round. Billy drugs the bishop. Welsh Nigel isn’t gay.
This podcast covers episodes 10,753 to 10,758. With everyone around her making demands of her time, Evelyn flicks the metaphorical vickies to the Street and heads to the tram station. Jenny is making her last goodbyes to her friends and family but there’s something about Stephen that Leo just can’t let go so easily. Time in hospital gives Aadi plenty of time to assess his life and the impact he has in others’. James makes a decision on his footballing career but the club’s severance package leaves a lot to be desired. After losing her cleaning job and desperate to bring money into the house, Bernie is forced to get in touch with her doppelgänger. Homeless Stu is fairly nonplussed when Alya finds an experienced partner to go through his case notes. Beckett takes down Gary’s particulars. Carla is intimidating. Bob Dover has rainbow laces.