SoapWorld takes a look at the latest goings on in Coronation Street, EastEnders, Emmerdale, Hollyoaks and Doctors.
Michelle makes Robert promise to get a lump he has found checked out. Suddenly Joseph runs into the road and straight into the path of the Bistro van. Hearing Izzy scream, Robert darts into the road, but will he save Joseph? Later, the doctor confirms that Robert will make a full recovery after the accident. When Tracy points out that Robert has always had an aversion to hospitals since his dad’s cancer, Michelle realises why he’s so reluctant to have his lump checked out.
Meanwhile, Sinead enjoys an afternoon in the pub getting drunk. Spotting her clearly the worse for wear, Daniel offers to make Sinead a coffee to help her sober up before she collects Joseph. Over coffee, Daniel and Sinead admit they still have feelings for one another. But when Daniel tries to kiss her, will Sinead respond? Later, a shit-stirring Tracy lets slip to Chesney that she saw Sinead heading up to Daniel’s flat shortly before the crash. Chesney is tamping, fuming, raging.
Elsewhere, Rosie suggests to Gina that she should go into business redesigning old clothes; Colin seeks Moira’s help in his quest for the truth.
Coronation Street, Monday at 7.30pm and 8.30pm on ITV, UTV and STV.
Whitney is startled by a surprise visit from Moose whose presence puts Woody’s nose out of joint. Moose realises that Whitney hasn’t told Woody that her divorce papers have come through and uses this to his advantage when Woody tries to warn him off his fiancée.
Persuaded to work late to help Josh with a deadline, Lauren is threatened when she comes face to face with Imogen, his ex-girlfriend. Imogen takes the opportunity to manipulate Lauren.
Elsewhere, Karen’s given cause for panic when the loan shark to whom she’s indebted collects her children from school.
EastEnders, Monday at 8pm on BBC One. Repeated at 10pm on UKTV channel ‘W’.
Aaron apprises Belle that Lachlan almost hurt Seb and hired a prozzy. Belle’s distraught when Lachlan doesn’t deny it whilst Robert is smug. Later, Chrissie’s worried when she receives a text from Lachlan claiming he’s never going to return. In a dark room, Lachlan leaves Belle a goodbye voicemail and picks up an electric drill with intent.
Victoria reluctantly hands over Isaac to Cain for the day and Moira’s grateful for the support. Cain snaps at Harriet when, whilst voicing concern for his welfare, she uses the word ‘mate’. Later, Cain tells Harriet that he doesn’t want to be mates, before pulling her in for a kiss. Are they back on?
Elsewhere, Tom’s left simmering when Debbie snubs a lunch date.
Emmerdale, Monday at 7pm on ITV, STV and UTV.
Louis and Leela are frantic with worry about missing Daniel, while the reality of what she’s done dawns on Sienna. Leela hears Daniel crying from Sienna’s flat and tracks him down, but decides not to call the police when she hears what Sienna has been through. Later, Louis and Leela end up in bed together.
Mandy considers getting back with Luke but is concerned that he might still be drinking. Her fears are confirmed when he fails a home breathalyser test, but she’s unaware that Milo has tampered with the results.
Elsewhere, Jack is determined to give Frankie the perfect send off.
Hollyoaks, Monday at 6.30pm on Channel 4 and a ‘first look’ at 7pm on E4.
Valerie organises lunch for a partners meeting, and Zara is surprised when Daniel turns up snubbing Mrs Tembe’s concern. At the partners meeting, Daniel is keen to discuss extended opening hours, and security after recent events, but he uses this to subtly jibe at Zara’s quest for justice. Later, Daniel and Zara continue to argue, and Daniel thinks the extended working hours keeping them apart would be no bad thing.
Elsewhere, Sid sees Lily in Ruhma’s absence and puts in a call to social services when it becomes apparent that she has nowhere to live. He tells Lily they are willing to find her a foster family. She questions the practicalities, can her boyfriend come and visit? What if she doesn’t like them? Sid reassures her.
Doctors, Monday at 1.45pm on BBC One.