The latest goings on in Coronation Street, EastEnders, Emmerdale, Hollyoaks and Doctors.

SoapWeek: Corrie

Johnny and Carla stash a packet full of fake cash in the urban garden as arranged. Hannah receives a text saying the cash has been dropped. What will transpire? Meanwhile, Liz admits to Jim how much she has missed him and they kiss.

As Daniel enthuses about their baby, Sinead has other things on her mind. She becomes emotional but blames it on hormones.  In a bid to do something romantic, Daniel plans an alternative wedding for tomorrow. After making a biopsy appointment for the morning, Sinead tells Daniel she has to go to the dentist and arranges to meet him before Tracy’s wedding, unaware he has other plans.

Elsewhere, Imran represents Ryan in his police interview as he tells the truth about how he delayed calling an ambulance. The police warn Ryan if the pills found in his pocket match those that killed Cormac he’s in serious trouble. When Ryan finds out that Ronan has been looking for him he takes action to ensure he remains in police custody.

Also, Tracy’s hen takes place in the bistro; Jack is still feeling down.

Coronation Street, Friday at 7.30pm and 8.30pm on ITV, UTV and STV.


SoapWeek: EastEnders

On the phone, Mick pleads with Shirley to get Linda to speak to him, but Linda isn’t interested.

Smitten, Tiffany spends time with Jagger and when he gets a call he has to sort, she offers to help, but is quickly shut down. Meanwhile, after speaking to Karen, Whitney realises she’s been lied to, but when she confronts Tiffany about her whereabouts the previous night, Tiffany acts affronted leaving Whitney feeling guilty.

Later, Tiffany learns Jagger is paying a girl to store phones for him, so gives him an ultimatum – she helps or they’re over. Back home, Tiffany makes a shocking discovery.

Elsewhere, Mel is suspicious of Ray’s constant phone calls and contemplates having a look inside his wallet.

EastEnders, Friday at 8pm on BBC One.


SoapWeek: Emmerdale

It’s Aaron and Robert’s wedding day but Paddy is worried about how Chas will cope following recent events.

Meanwhile, Robert tries to convince Victoria how sorry Aaron is for lying about Adam. Victoria is determined to put Robert first despite everything and agrees to attend the wedding. Robert is touched when Aaron hands him his old watch with an inscription of the dates of their two weddings and they both head off happy and excited to get married. Soon with family and friends gathered at a pagoda outside the Village Hall, the wedding ceremony gets underway.

Elsewhere, Ross and Rebecca’s relationship is back on track until Dawn arrives with some information that Ross has waited a long time for.

Emmerdale, Friday at 7pm on ITV, STV and UTV.


SoapWeek: Hollyoaks

Sylver is interrogated by police, who tell him they have his DNA all over Carl Costello’s body.

Joel is back and reunited with fiancée Cleo, who doesn’t want a big wedding and is riled by Mercedes forcing her to try wedding dresses on with her. Joel later asks Cleo to marry her this Wednesday.

Elsewhere, Donna-Marie needs money fast or she may become homeless; Brody tells Damon he has a connection with Sienna, but Damon advises him to stay away.

Hollyoaks, Friday at 6.30pm on Channel 4 and a ‘first look’ at 7pm on E4.


Doctors Pick of the Plots logo

Karen makes James a full English breakfast and dismisses his concerns that she and Rob aren’t getting any money for his upkeep. Karen is with Heston when James’s report arrives with suggestions of how to move forward. Karen is just relieved they finally have some real, practical solutions to help him but Heston notes that it could be a slow process.

Karen goes to see Leo, but he backs Heston up, saying that James isn’t eligible for any kind of assistance, especially now he is 18 and out of the system. Karen tells Rob, who isn’t surprised at what she’s learned. Karen gets frustrated that no-one seems as bothered as her.

Elsewhere, Zara talks to Emma about her FME refresher course with Jimmi and suggests that there could be still be something there.

Doctors, Friday at 1.45pm on BBC One.


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