Conversation Street Episode 323


We're back again, very early for this podcast as this is literally the only time we had available to record something for the next week! Street Talk covers the episodes of Corrie broadcast in the UK on the 17th and the 20th August. There's tragedy for the Habeebs this week, but can Rana forgive herself for lying to her dad as he shuffles off this mortal coil? She's not the only one bending the truth either, as Ducan's lies continue to cause trouble for Sally, especially when her supposed burner phone is discovered, and Lewis Archer is back on the scene - but can Audrey believe him when he says he's turned over a new leaf? After Street Talk, we're joined for a chat by Charlie de Melo! What's it like being the new guy on set? Could there be a future for Imran and Leanne? Most importantly, why has Imran turned into a massive git this past week? These questions and more our answered in our 40 minute interview! There are a couple of small news stories to cover in The Kabin, including Shelley King's recent appointment as a Hope Foundation UK abassador, then we round off the podcast with a bit of feedback.

Street Talk - 00:08:24
Charlie de Melo interview - 01:31:53
The Kabin - 02:12:26
Feedback - 02:18:42


Conversation Street Episode 322


On our latest podcast, we discuss the episodes of Coronation Street broadcast in the UK between the 10th and the 15th August. Yep, that's a Friday to Wednesday week, and for various reasons our recording schedule is going to continue to be all over the place this month, so keep an eye out for a very early show next week! In Street Talk this episode, we chat about Sally's wrongful arrest, pondering the validity of the police evidence against her and discussing whether Imran was right to represent the dastardly Duncan. We also give our reaction to Carla's reacquisition of the factory, see what's been ticked off the old 'issues storyline' checklist thanks to Sean this week, and ponder whether the sheer banality of the Jude and Angie storyline is actually starting to make it interesting viewing! In The Kabin, we discuss the news that, after all these years, it turns out that Corrie does indeed have a missing episode in the archives, then finish off the show with a bit of listener feedback.

Street Talk: 00:09:04

The Kabin: 01:31:09

Feedback: 01:41:09


Conversation Street Episode 321


We've got another early podcast for you this week, covering the four episodes between the 6th and the 8th August. What great episodes they were, though! If you've listened to the podcast for any length of time, you'll know what big fans of Jenny Connor we are, so to have her and Johnny become owners of the Rovers Return this week was pretty much a dream come true for us. Not only that, but we've also been very much enjoying Abi recently, so it was great to see her get more time in the spotlight this week, as well as other favourites like Gemma, Henry and Imran - top stuff! After Street Talk, we're excited to be joined once again by the newly crowned Queen of the Rovers, Sally Ann Matthews, who chats to us about how she feels taking on such an iconic role, as well as sharing her thoughts on Johnny's recent behaviour and old vs. new Corrie. That's followed by The Kabin, where we tell you everything you need to know about the upcoming cast vs fans quiz in Manchester later this month, and we finish off the podcast with various listeners' thoughts on the Craig/Bethany/Kayla storyline in the feedback section.

Street Talk - 00:08:44
Interview: Sally Ann Matthews - 01:26:45
The Kabin - 01:44:47
Listener Feedback - 02:02:41


Conversation Street Episode 320


On our latest podcast, we discuss the episodes of Coronation Street shown in the UK between the 30th July and the 3rd August. It's the week of the inquest into Aidan's death, and while Carla's still concerned about getting the factory, Johnny's main priority is honouring Aidan's memory - whilst Toyah and Leanne are just hoping Eva will be back in time to testify. Also this week, both Josh and Sean end up in hospital following violent confrontations, and the the factory is invaded by pests - with pervy Mr Hanlon the worst of the lot! It's been three years since we last profiled Eva Price on the podcast, so we thought we'd take a look at what she's been up to since then in the character profile section, where we also weigh up her status as a Corrie icon. Speaking of icons, that's one of the topics of discussion in the news section thanks to a recent poll by SCS. After a bit of listener feedback, we round off the show with a Kabin Extra segment to discuss an exciting bit of casting news that's recently been revealed.

Street Talk - 00:07:37
Character Profile: Eva Price - 01:45:17
The Kabin - 02:20:42
Listener Feedback - 02:26:23
Kabin Extra - 02:38:29


Conversation Street Episode 319


Thanks to last week's early podcast, we've got a tonne of things to cover this week, as we discuss the episodes of Corrie broadcast in the UK between the 20th and the 27th July. This week saw the climax of the Kayla story, and the big reveal of her secret identity. What could be next for her character, though, and is redemption really possible? Also this week, a fair bit of comings and goings - Eva and Adam head off for a new life in France, and Tyrone receives the sad news that his mum has died. On the plus side, though, we do get the return of the fabulous Claudia Colby! After Street Talk, we do a quick character profile on the late Jackie Dobbs, who, despite only being in the show for a handful of episodes, certainly made a big impression (and speaking of impressions, Michael of course takes plenty of opportunities to crack out his best Scouse accent throughout this section!) It's soap awards season again, and in The Kabin, we take a look at who's been nominated in the Inside Soap Awards this year, then we round off the podcast with more of your listener feedback.

Street Talk - 00:10:11
Classic Character Profile: Jackie Dobbs - 01:45:49
The Kabin - 02:09:43
Listener Feedback - 02:30:58


Conversation Street Episode 318


On this week's early edition of the podcast, we take a look at the episodes of Coronation Street broadcast in the UK between the 16th and the 18th July. There may only be four episodes to cover, but they went down very well with us, giving us a load to natter on about in the Street Talk segment. First order of business: didn't Cath, Richard and Sal play a blinder this week? That mediation meeting between Eva, Johnny and Jenny had us on the edge of our seats, and although we'd heard in advance that Susie was going to be kidnapped following the meeting, it was still brilliant seeing the aftermath unfold on TV. As for the other stories this week, we were pretty disappointed that Sally's hung up her mayor's chain already, and the less said about the Jude and Angie 'drama' the better, but it was great to see Eileen back, and Henry's purchase of the Rovers for Gemma is bound to ruffle some feathers! After Street Talk, we do a character profile on Johnny Connor. It's been fascinating seeing the viewers' massive change in opinion towards Johnny these past few months, and we found plenty to discuss about his nearly three years on the cobbles. Finally, we finish off the podcast with some feedback, including your responses to last week's listener questions.

Street Talk - 00:06:32
Character Profile: Johnny Connor - 01:18:02
Feedback - 01:57:30


Conversation Street Episode 317


On our latest podcast, we talk about the episodes of Coronation Street shown in the UK between the 9th and the 13th July. This week, Jack loses his foot, Neil loses his appeal, Maria loses her job and Sean loses his home. Meanwhile, there's a welcome return from Henry Newton, and Sally's scammed by dastardly Duncan. After Street Talk, we tackle a couple of questions from listeners: which Corrie characters do we not like that everyone else seems to love (controversial opinions within!) and which character would we least like to be on the bad side of? That's followed by some sad news for Ali and Ryan shippers in The Kabin, and we round off the episode with more listener feedback.

Street Talk - 00:09:33
Listener Questions - 01:32:51
The Kabin - 01:58:23
Feedback - 02:12:11


Conversation Street Episode 316


On our latest podcast, we pick apart the episodes of Coronation Street broadcast between the 2nd and the 6th July. If you're living in the UK at the moment, you'll know we've got a bit of heatwave going on right now. Whilst some people like to stay cool with icy drinks, lollies and switching up the air con, for Robert and Michelle it means getting freaky in the freezer - what could possibly go wrong? Meanwhile, Billy's shocked to hear David making homophobic remarks during his community service, Tyler gets revenge on Simon, and - sound the issues-based story klaxon! - Jack's rushed to hospital when he develops sepsis. Next up, we have a classic character profile, and after the hilarious scenes on Monday where Steve's searching through his old engagement rings, we thought we'd take a look back where it all began, and run down the story of his first wife, Vicky. That's followed by an update on Malcolm Hebden in The Kabin, and we finish off the episode with some listener feedback on subjects including angry Johnny, loose plot threads and the number of characters falling down the stairs recently.

Street Talk: 00:13:09
Classic Character Profile - Vicky McDonald: 01:32:10
The Kabin: 02:04:49
Listener Feedback: 02:14:16


Conversation Street Episode 315


On our latest podcast, we have a good old chat about the episodes of Corrie broadcast in the UK between the 25th and the 29th June. It was one of those weeks that had a load of interweaving storylines, what with Simon getting up to no good in both the Rovers and Flora story, and Steve and Tracy's relationship connecting up with both Daniel and Abi's stuff. That does make Street Talk a bit of a minefield, but we manage to make it through to the other side in a relatively organised fashion at least. That's followed by our annual 'Let's see how Corrie's done in the first half of the year' discussion, where we weigh up the highs and lows of Kate Oates' final few months as producer. In the Kabin, there's congratulations in order for new mum Helen Flanagan, and we share who has and hasn't made it onto the shortlist of the TV Choice Awards (no Connor, Charlie or Sally? They wuz robbed!). We finish off the episode with some of your emails, tweets, Facebook posts and a quick voicemail response to one of last week's messages in our feedback section.

Street Talk: 00:09:29
2018 So Far In Review: 01:41:05
The Kabin: 02:33:57
Feedback: 02:53:11


Conversation Street Episode 314


On our latest podcast, we cover the episodes of Coronation Street broadcast in the UK between the 18th and the 22nd June. There's one word that we think sums up this week's Corrie: venom. Like the ghost of Poison Ivy Tilsley had possessed half the Street's residents, so many scenes this week had someone going out of their way to be utterly nasty to someone else, with chief perpetrator being one Johnny Connor. We know he's been through a lot this month, but is that really an excuse for how he's been treating Jenny and, once he finds out about Susie's parentage, poor Eva? And what about Michelle and Leanne? Not exactly the most sympathetic characters at the best of times, but this week was something else. Over at the factory, Alya and Sarah put on a performance worthy of the understudies at the Weatherfield Amateur Dramatics Society in order to quash the knicker stitchers' secretarial ambitions, while the previously lovely Kayla shows her true colours and goes full-on evil after we discover she is actually Neil Clifton's daughter. Thank goodness for Abi, who brought some much needed levity to the week! With little in the way of news for a second week in a row, as well as the Pat Phelan special we put out just a few days ago, we decided to skip our usual middle sections this week, but there was stil plenty of listener feedback to get through, including a few thoughts on Pat's demise now that it's aired overseas.

00:05:30 - Street Talk

01:44:16 - Listener Feedback


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