The latest goings on in Coronation Street, EastEnders, Emmerdale, Hollyoaks and Doctors.
Paul pockets a ring from the box he found amongst the jumble, but Gemma gets suspicious when Roy later queries whether he accidently put his mother’s valuable ring in the jumble bag. She confronts Paul but he has already sold it to ‘Big Garth’ a market trader for £200. When Gemma points out it was worth £3k they set off to find it, however end up locked in the back of Big Garth’s van. Gemma is forced to call on Chesney for help, and when Emma observes the bond between he and Gemma, she decides to finish with Chesney. A newly-single Chesney locks lips with Gemma who later buries the hatchet with Paul.
Meanwhile, Johnny reveals Eva has asked him to go and visit her and Susie in Brighton and Jenny insists he must go. Once he’s left she proceeds to get blind drunk and stumbles around the bar, convinced everyone is staring at her and talking about her she throws everyone out of the pub. Later, having heard about Jenny’s meltdown, Liz lets herself into the pub. How will Jenny react to be faced with her nemesis?
Elsewhere, Abi thinks she’s going to go sailing with Peter but he tells her he isn’t looking for a sailing companion; with Rita ruling herself out, Brian suggests to Cathy that they should buy The Kabin.
Coronation Street, Monday at 7.30pm and 8.30pm on ITV, STV and UTV.
Struggling to cope, Mel thinks telling the police is the right course of action and writes down everything that happened on New Year’s Day reassuring Hunter that it’s for the best. However, Mel panics when she later can’t find Hunter and when Maddie turns up at the club bad mouthing him, she loses it and grabs her. Billy is empathetic following her outburst and Mel realises she can’t turn her son in. Later, Mel is relieved to find Hunter at home, but is shocked to learn where he has been.
Meanwhile, Ruby is mortified when she wakes to an empty bed after spending the night with Jay. She confides in Stacey who tries to reassure her that Jay isn’t like that. Later, after having a go at Jay in public, Ruby feels bad when she finds a note that Jay left on the fridge and she goes to The Vic to make amends.
Elsewhere, Sharon finds it hard to hear the extent of Louise’s feelings for Keanu; Ian offends Jean over lunch.
EastEnders, Monday at 8pm on BBC One.
Dawn is floored to hear that the process has begun for her son to be adopted. Later, Dawn storms out of the Woolpack, followed by Ryan who encourages her to fight for what she wants.
Meanwhile, Nicola struggles to accept responsibility for what’s happened, however she’s pulled out of her self-pity after receiving a phone call from school informing her that Elliot is missing. Nicola is relieved to locate Elliot and the incident spurs her on to try to resolve things with Jimmy.
Elsewhere, Maya feels a pang of jealousy at Liv and Jacob’s growing closeness.
Emmerdale, Monday at 7pm on ITV, STV and UTV.
Mandy is eligible for the operation on her unborn child, to minimise the symptoms of spina bifida, but Darren believes it’s too risky, and doesn’t want her to have it. Mandy visits Luke for advice.
Meanwhile, Juliet, Brooke and Ollie are set the task of writing poems about each other for school. Darren feels bad for Juliet when Ollie snaps at her and steps in to help them all with the poems. When handing them in, Brooke sees Juliet pocket the poem that Darren wrote about Ollie, and is convinced that Juliet fancies Ollie.
Elsewhere, Mac asks Sami to be his solicitor, appealing to his hatred for James, and later tells Donna-Marie that she’ll have to go back to prostitution for money; Nancy surprises Kyle with a poem.
Hollyoaks, Monday at 6.30pm on Channel 4 and a ‘first look’ at 7pm on E4.
Jimmi senses that something is wrong with Daniel and Zara when they arrive at work in separate cars and he walks in on them arguing. Jimmi worries with Sid about what will become of the practice with no Mrs Tembe to intervene between Daniel and Zara.
Meanwhile, Ayesha has her work cut out when she suspects a friend’s new beau isn’t all he seems.
Elsewhere, an unexpected phone call has Rob on the warpath.
Doctors, Monday at 1.45pm on BBC One.