Alf is looking forward to finally selling his house at the property auction. The Duckworths enjoy the last day of their holiday in Blackpool. Rita is disgruntled when Jenny shows signs of staying in ...
Shelley finds Eric to be amusing company during their meal but she is not laughing once he takes her back to his house. Distraught at Kirk's disappearance, Fiz enlists Tyrone's help in returning the ...
The everyday lives of working-class inhabitants of Albert Square, a traditional Victorian square of terrace houses surrounding a park in the East End of London's Walford borough. The square includes the Queen Vic pub and a street market.
Pam St. Clement
A group of five strangers, each an amateur chef, compete to host the best dinner party, each party solely for the competitors and to be held on consecutive evenings. With a set amount of ... See full summary »
In 2010 the plot demanded that male escort Lewis Archer's advert appeared in "The Lady" magazine. The publication actually placed this mock-up in a genuine issue - and received numerous complaints from aggrieved readers over the 'incorrect' (i.e. fictitious) contact details. See more »
In the episode, 22/11/2004, (where Dev's corner shops are blown up by Maya) Dev drives his Saab to the shop which is about to be blown up, he parks the car directly outside the shop. Also parked directly outside the shop is another car. As the shop blows up, the camera changes angle to show the blast and Dev's car has somehow disappeared, just leaving the other car in shot. See more »
[Dev has just said he'd like to stay at home and take care of Sunita, who is ill, instead of going abroad to marry Maya]
I knew it!
[throws some jars at Dev]
You don't want to get married! You'd rather stay here and nurse poor little Sunita!
[deliberately knocks another load of tins and jars off the shelf]
She's got you wrapped around her little finger!
[knocks more jars of the shelf and then pauses]
If you like her so much,
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If you want to see British TV at it's best then look no further, This is a high class soap opera which has won many awards, The performances in this show sometimes outshine those that have won Oscars. The premise of the series is the following of lives in an old terraced street in Manchester. Each resident is different, it would be boring if they were. The Street is famous for it's comic humour, in the midst of a dramatic scene you are always guaranteed a laugh. It is a must see programme. It is the top rated programme in the UK.
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