The everyday life and times of the residents, friends and enemies who live in a suburban street in the city of Liverpool in the north of England.
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Series cast summary:
Alexandra Fletcher Alexandra Fletcher ...  Jacqui Dixon / ... 459 episodes, 1990-2003
Diane Burke Diane Burke ...  Katie Rogers 407 episodes, 1989-2003
Steven Pinder Steven Pinder ...  Max Farnham 387 episodes, 1990-2003
Vince Earl Vince Earl ...  Ron Dixon 357 episodes, 1990-2003
Dean Sullivan Dean Sullivan ...  Jimmy Corkhill 323 episodes, 1986-2003
Tiffany Chapman Tiffany Chapman ...  Rachel Jordache / ... 322 episodes, 1993-2003
Paul Byatt Paul Byatt ...  Mike Dixon 267 episodes, 1990-2003
Suzanne Collins Suzanne Collins ...  Nikki Shadwick 251 episodes, 1998-2003
Sue Johnston ...  Sheila Grant 236 episodes, 1982-1989
Louis Emerick ...  Mick Johnson 223 episodes, 1989-2001
Jim Wiggins Jim Wiggins ...  Paul Collins 214 episodes, 1982-2003
Leon Lopez ...  Jerome Johnson 212 episodes, 1999-2002
Karen Drury Karen Drury ...  Susannah Farnham / ... 209 episodes, 1991-2000
Doreen Sloane Doreen Sloane ...  Annabelle Collins / ... 208 episodes, 1982-1989
Paul Usher Paul Usher ...  Barry Grant 206 episodes, 1982-2003
Rachael Lindsay Rachael Lindsay ...  Sammy Rogers / ... 191 episodes, 1987-2003
Ricky Tomlinson ...  Bobby Grant 191 episodes, 1982-1988
Sue Jenkins Sue Jenkins ...  Jackie Corkhill 186 episodes, 1991-2003
Steven Cole ...  Leo Johnson 184 episodes, 1996-2001
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The everyday life and times of the residents, friends and enemies who live in a suburban street in the city of Liverpool in the north of England.

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The last resident to leave Brookside Close, Jimmy Corkhill, added the letter 'd' to the word 'Close', symbolically signalling the end of the soap. See more »

Quotes

Beverly 'Bev' McLoughlin Gonzales Dixon: [making fun of Lindsey] She's gone from stealing pesetas to peeling potatoes.
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Referenced in Night Fever: Episode dated 1 January 1997 (1997) See more »

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Over the hill
24 August 2003 | by richteabiscuitSee all my reviews

Like so many people I eagerly waited for the 1st episode on the new TV channel 4. Quickly I became a fan of the great story-lines and strong characters. "Brookside" boasted a number of fantastic soap characters (Barry Grant was my favourite). It even had a "Hollyoakes" like ability to attract some good-looking female actresses. But what I really liked was the realistic stories and the way "Brookside" was so different to the much more camper offerings like "Eldorado" offered by other channels. It pushed boundaries and broke new ground. However by the late 90's the soap was a pale shadow of its former self. Gone were the interesting, likable characters and compelling stories and in were boring irritating families with completely stupid plots. I no longer watch "Brookside" and will not miss it when it ends this year.


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English

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2 November 1982 (UK) See more »

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Meadowcroft See more »

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Mersey Television See more »
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| (2002)

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Stereo

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Color

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1.33 : 1
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