Our latest podcast covers the episodes of Corrie broadcast in the UK between the 28th May and the 1st June. If you could add up all the many hours of audio we've recorded over the years, then divide them all up according to which character they're about, there's surely only one name that would come out on top, and that's Pat Phelan. The theories we've come up with, the powerful performances from Connor McIntyre we've enjoyed, the shocks, the laughs, the adrenaline... and now it's all over. This week, fate finally catches uo with the Street's greatest ever villain, but what did we actually think about the way he was written out? Elsewhere on the show, Michelle's wedding to Robert hits a bit of a snag when the groom does a runner, David tells his family and the police about Josh's attack, and - for some bizarre reason because we could really have done without this story taking up any time at all this week - Rosie and Gemma team up to take down drug dealer Antoine. After Street Talk, we recount our trip to Manchester over the Bank Holiday weekend. Thinking about visiting the tour of the new set? There are definitely a few things you should know so that you can make the most of your time there. We also give a quick review of the Tony Warren exhibit at the Salford Museum, and share a few stories about meeting up with some of the cast. Next up we've got The Kabin, and the news of a cool piece of Corrie history that's been fished out of Whitehaven harbour. We round off the podcast with some feedback, where we read out some of your comments on last week's Corrie episodes as well as some hot takes on how Phelan's exit played out.
Street Talk - 00:07:01
Manchester trip report - 01:58:29
The Kabin - 03:08:02
Feedback - 03:17:31