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Coronation Street

IF she called Ciaran 'chicken', Tracy would be the double of Big Brother's Michelle. She knows how to get her man and this week she leaps on the Irish lad - who like Stuart doesn't protest too much.

Dev decides that it's Sunita he really loves and declares his feelings to the dumbstruck shop assistant. When Maya finds out, she trashes the flat, which is hardly the way to get him back. At least a devastated Ashley doesn't react as violently when Claire tells him they have no future. Also, Katy takes her driving test but will Friday 13 prove to be unlucky? And yet another Baldwin arrives in the Street, in the shape of Danny's other son, Warren.

Hollyoaks

MANDY has always had more than a touch of the green-eyed monster, and she doesn't react well when she walks in on Tony giving Ruth a hug. She lets fly with her fists just as their flatmate Becca appears, so at least the secret is now out and

Tony doesn't have to be labelled a thug any more. But will Mandy get help? Lee and Zara try performance art, Ellie becomes increasingly concerned about her father's drinking habits, Chloe is forced to make a life-changing decision and Steph and Darren spend a passionate afternoon together.

Emmerdale

SCHIZOPHRENIC vet Zoe has been controlling her condition through drugs but this week the strain of Chris's death, the adoption battle with Charity and her confusion over her sexuality take their toll. She refuses to let anyone near the children, then she starts hearing voices again. She camps out under the table and refuses to come out.

Pearl's secret - that her son is in prison - is out when she bumps into Lisa visiting Sam. Debbie is delighted that Charity is keeping Noah but upset she can't move in with them. And Chloe sets her sights on Carl.

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LEAP: Ciaran and Tracy; PANIC: Zoe takes refuge
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Title Annotation:Sport
Publication:Sunday Mercury (Birmingham, England)
Date:Aug 8, 2004
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