Serial chronicling the lives of the residents of Ramsay Street in the fictional Australian suburb of Erinsborough. When the series began, it revolved around three families - the Ramsays, ... See full summary »
Emmerdale's parish church is St. Mary's. See more »
So, let's just get something clear, you're not a full time poof, you just help when they're busy?
Oh that's really witty, Jimmy, really original!
[walks off angrily]
What's the matter, don't you like me aftershave?
Why, did you want a few tips?
Oy, you'll be short of a few teeth in a minute!
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The Emmerdale Plane Crash Story Line Was In 1993, Not 1989.
Professor Stahlman's comment on here is inaccurate. True, Emmerdale Farm became Emmerdale in November 1989, but Phil Redmond's time on the soap was in the early 1990s, and the plane crash storyline took place in December 1993 and January 1994.
For the first few years after 1989, the renamed show was pretty much as it had always been, but with an increased youth content and a gradual reducing of story lines revolving around Emmerdale Farm itself.
1993 was the pivotal year in bringing about the show as we know it today - with Emmerdale farm house collapsing due to subsidence and the plane crash.
Personally, I think modern day Emmerdale is nothing like Emmerdale Farm or the early years of Emmerdale (pre-plane crash).
I would love ITV to repeat old episodes, particularly those showing the introduction of Al Dixon as Walter in 1980, Richard Thorp as Alan Turner in 1982, Tony Pitts as Archie Brooks in 1983 and Diana Davies as Mrs Bates (1984).
ITV should show lots and lots of old Emmerdale Farm episodes in my opinion.
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