Coronation Street: Season 1, Episode 3,008

Episode #1.3008 (22 Dec. 1989)

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Alma is confused when Mike suggests they spend Christmas together. Derek is in high spirits at his office party. Ken's world crashes around him following a decadent day spent with Wendy. ... See full summary »

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Sean Wilson ...
Sally Ann Matthews ...
Helen Worth ...
Warren Jackson ...
Geoffrey Hinsliff ...
Don Brennan (as Geoff Hinsliff)
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Kevin Kennedy ...
Elizabeth Dawn ...
Barbara Knox ...
Thelma Barlow ...
Eileen Derbyshire ...
Lynne Perrie ...
Sue Nicholls ...
Bryan Mosley ...
Sally Dynevor ...
Sally Webster (as Sally Whittaker)
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Alma is confused when Mike suggests they spend Christmas together. Derek is in high spirits at his office party. Ken's world crashes around him following a decadent day spent with Wendy. Jenny tells Sally that she will never return to Coronation Street. Written by Anonymous

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