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Coronation Street Coronation Street is an award-winning British soap opera. It is the longest-running television soap opera in the United Kingdom, first broadcast on Friday, 9 December, 1960 in the Granada region of ITV.  (ITV (1) See interactive TV.

(2) (iTV) The code name for Apple's video media hub (see Apple TV).
1) Molly is gutted that Sally gets to spend a night with Kevin in a posh hotel instead of her and takes her anger out on Tyrone.

She's even more upset when Kevin tells her they must end their affair. Later, Tyrone surprises Molly with a holiday in Tenerife and she feigns delight, but she doesn't want to go and is devastated when it becomes clear Kevin encouraged her husband to book it.

Fiz is thrilled when John sends her his grandmother's engagement ring in the post complete with a visiting order.

The Peacocks' petty differences pale into insignificance in·sig·nif·i·cance  
n.
The quality or state of being insignificant.

Noun 1. insignificance - the quality of having little or no significance
unimportance - the quality of not being important or worthy of note
 when Claire collapses. She suffers a pulmonary embolism Pulmonary Embolism Definition

Pulmonary embolism is an obstruction of a blood vessel in the lungs, usually due to a blood clot, which blocks a coronary artery.
 caused by deep vein thrombosis A blood clot (thrombos) in a vein deep within the muscle, typically in the thigh or calf. It is caused by disease or the lack of activity such as sitting for hours at a computer screen.  and Ashley is shocked to learn that she was pregnant and has lost the baby.

Hollyoaks (C4) Ste's life has been unravelling before his very eyes of late and that's all down to the fact that Daniel and Abi have been spiking his drinks with caffeine pills to ensure he gets no sleep.

Things take a turn for the worse this week as Cindy sacks him and Mike takes Lucas off his hands, telling him he can have his child back when he sorts himself out.

With no job and no money, Calvin is desperate and accepts Ash's offer of pounds 1000 to take part in an illegal boxing match.

Archie is thrilled when he discovers a wad of cash in Warren's flat and he, Zak, Elliot and Kris decide how they're going to spend it. But none of the boys trust each other to be left alone with the cash and refuse to let it leave their sight. Home And Away (Five) He's a decent old stick who would probably spend a week praying for forgiveness if he accidentally stepped on a wood louse wood louse: see crustacean. , so it's surprising to see Geoff lose his temper this week.

And what's more, it has pretty heavy consequences. Lachie's plan to injure the teenager backfires when Geoff turns the tables on his rival.

At the end of the rugby game, Geoff runs at Lachie in a hard tackle, but realises he's gone too far when his rival is left on the ground with no feeling in his legs.

At the hospital, both Claudia and Geoff are full of guilt and the mum-to-be is forced to come clean about the identity of her baby's father.

Elsewhere, Miles confides in Kirsty that he wants to start a family of their own. Although Kirsty is not averse to the idea, she is not sure she is ready. Miles appears to be satisfied with the situation but he continues to talk about children.

Neighbours (Five) Toadie realises he's made a big mistake by rewriting the play and stops Greg telling Steph what he has done by making a full confession.

She can't believe him and it appears their friendship is over for good when creepy lawyer Tim Collins resurfaces and claims Steph is suing Toadie for defamation of character.

Zeke and Sunny get stuck in a compromising position at the drama camp, but they still need a further nudge to make them admit their feelings for each other.

If only Ringo and Donna would sort themselves out. Instead, they end up at each other's throats after he makes some unfortunate remarks about her behaviour.

Miranda ponders whether to make a fresh start with an old flame An Old Flame is the sixth episode of the fifth and final series of the period drama Upstairs, Downstairs. It first aired on 12 October 1975 on ITV. Background
An Old Flame was recorded in the studio on 20 and 21 March 1975.
, despite the fact he's obviously a total creep. But the biggest storyline involves the Robinsons.

EastEnders (BBC BBC
 in full British Broadcasting Corp.

Publicly financed broadcasting system in Britain. A private company at its founding in 1922, it was replaced by a public corporation under royal charter in 1927.
1) Archie's arrival in the Square should probably have been a cue for another one of Peggy's impromptu trips to Aunt Sal's.

Instead she ends up meeting her manipulative ex at Fargo's, where it becomes clear she isn't entirely over him. Phil's feelings are anything but mixed when he arrives home to find Archie is back in Walford and takes it upon himself to scare his stepfather off. Elsewhere, the tension between Syed and Christian reaches boiling point as they end up fighting at Masala Unit.

Once they've calmed down, the pair actually start to bond but any hopes Christian might have had about bringing their relationship out into the open are dashed when Syed makes a surprise announcement.

River City (BBC1) Shieldinch must be one of the most popular places to visit - people are continually turning up there out of the blue. The latest is Mark, a face from Marianne McKee's past. Apparently, he's a former patient of hers and is desperate to catch up with her - could Marianne and the mystery man have enjoyed more than just a professional relationship? To make matters worse, Gina's suspicions are aroused when Marianne fails to return to work after lunch. Worried sick, she becomes convinced the psychiatrist has become the latest victim of the local attacker and that Mark could be the culprit.

Whether the police agree with her remains to be seen.

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Publication:Sunday Mail (Glasgow, Scotland)
Date:Jul 12, 2009
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