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TAKE your pick of memorable 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.  scenes this week.

It's a veritable treasure trove TREASURE TROVE. Found treasure.
     2. This name is given to such money or coin, gold, silver, plate, or bullion, which having been hidden or concealed in the earth or other private place, so long that its owner is unknown, has been discovered by accident.
 of magical moments, oh, and I'm getting carried away.

So what's happening? Well, if you're sitting comfortably, I'll begin.

Roy (David Neilson David Neilson (born 13 March 1950 in Loughborough, Leicestershire) is an English actor best known for portraying Roy Cropper in Coronation Street from 1995 onwards. ) and Hayley (Julie Hesmondhalgh Julie Hesmondhalgh (born February 25 1970) is an English actress.

Hesmondhalgh was born in Accrington, Lancashire. As a teenager, she was moderately interested in acting, but wished to become a social worker.
) are, of course, getting married on Wednesday but Les Battersby (Bruce Jones Bruce Jones may refer to the following:
  • Bruce Jones (actor) - Les Battersby-Brown in Coronation Street
  • Bruce Jones (comics)
  • Bruce Jones (surfboards)
) is determined to make it a day to remember for all the wrong reasons, barring Toyah (Georgia Taylor Georgia Taylor (born Claire Jackson on February 26, 1980 in Wigan, Lancashire) is a British actress, best known for playing Toyah Battersby in the long running television soap opera Coronation Street from 1997-2003. ) from being bridesmaid, and inviting the local press.

And while the wedding is going on, one Weatherfield resident is sneaking away on a plane to Canada.

Yes, Nick (Adam Rickitt Adam Peter Rickitt (born 29 May 1978 in Crewe, Cheshire), is an English actor, former singer and model.

His surname is frequently mis-spelled as 'Rickett', including once on the credits of Coronation Street when he returned in 2002.
) leaves Leanne (Jane Danson), unable to cope with the fact that his wife, who has had her abortion and lied to her family, isn't too happy and doesn't want to head off to Canada where he'll be at college meeting loads of people, and she'll be, well, in the Canadian equivalent of The Kabin, or at home alone.

But all this is topped by the storyline that's bubbling away and about to boil over to run over the top of a vessel, as liquid when thrown into violent agitation by heat or other cause of effervescence; to be excited with ardor or passion so as to lose self-control.
See under Boil,

v. i. os>

See also: Boil Over
 - Mike (Johnny Briggs) and Julia (Fiona Allen). After their night of passion, he discovers that her mobile phone is unobtainable, she's not in her flat - and what does greet him when he goes looking for Looking for

In the context of general equities, this describing a buy interest in which a dealer is asked to offer stock, often involving a capital commitment. Antithesis of in touch with.
 the temptress is not a nice sight at all...

Over on Channel Four, Hollyoaks has Lucy (Kerrie Taylor) and her heroin habit back as a storyline again this week - oh goody, I can hardly wait.

And in Brookside Lindsey's (Claire Sweeney) life is in danger, blah, blah, blah.

Jimmy (Dean Sullivan) has his job back thanks to Karen (Amanda Humphrey). Jason (Vincent Price - I know, but it's true, honest!) and Katrina (Ann- Marie Davies) are engaged to be married this week, but he has some secret that may come out. Do we care? All he ever does is get so angry he turns bright red and foams at the mouth. A more unappealing character I can't think of. Ach, well, okay, I lied. There are seven of them in the Close actually - yep, the Musgroves. But this week Ryan (Sam Hudson) is arrested too - hooray, two down, five to go. They'll be gone yet, I tell you.

Racism rears its ugly head in the Close as well, courtesy of the appalling Ron Dixon (Vince Earl). Well there's an old storyline regurgitated. Brookside, do you have no new ideas at all?

Take a leaf out of Family Affairs' book. They've got a hilarious situation going on at the moment.

Maria (Annie Miles) is still pretending to be pregnant and Serge (David Verrey) still believes her. This week she has headlice - don't ask - and when Serge sees her using the shampoo which is dangerous for pregnant women, he's confused.

Now, EastEnders, and is time running out for Steve (Martin Kemp) and Matthew (Joe Absolom) and their sordid Saskia secret? When Matthew goes to the police station to get the CCTV CCTV
abbr.
closed-circuit television


CCTV closed-circuit television
 tape back at the end of a week of hiding out and running away, an inquisitive policeman wants to watch it with him to confirm it belongs to Matthew. As the tape begins to play, it looks like the game's up, boys ...

Also in the Square this week Gianni confesses to his mother that he's finished with a woman but still feels responsible for her. Rosa then tells Louise that Gianni has just broken another girl's heart, not knowing it's Louise's he's cracked in two.

I mean really Louise, poor love, could you not see this coming? It couldn't have been more obvious. Gianni's a bad 'un.

One good thing to happen this week is that Melanie (Tamzin Outhwaite) moves out of Ian's house. She might still be dating him though. And I just don't believe this rubbish. All normal, wimpy Wimpy

sloppily dressed comic strip character; always “forgets” to pay for hamburgers. [Comics: “Popeye” in Horn, 657–658]

See : Irresponsibility
 looking blokes in the country must be rejoicing, I mean, Cindy (Michelle Collins) wasn't a bad looking woman, and now Mel, too. Just what secret weapon does Ian Beale have hidden away, I wonder?

I know Spider - my dish of the day - isn't an oil painting, but at least he has charisma, personality, a right- on character and, well, good hair. Ian? Oh, don't make me go there ...
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Author:Brown, Merle
Publication:Daily Record (Glasgow, Scotland)
Date:Apr 17, 1999
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