SoapWorld takes a look at the latest goings on in EastEnders, Emmerdale, Hollyoaks, Doctors and Coronation Street this Thursday.

SoapWeek: EastEnders

Michelle’s happiness is cut short when she begins to struggle with her situation, while over at the boozer Shirley and Johnny help to prepare for the next Queen Vic themed night; a Polish themed evening. The pair seek out some assistance from Konrad, the manager of a local store. Across the Square, Shakil is given some advice from Kush, he decides to go and talk to Bex, sadly possibly for both of them, he is incensed to find her with Travis.

Elsewhere, Billy confronts Jack about his request causing Jack to snap. After Max intervenes, he offers some wise words to Jack while Jane is relieved to hear Dot has convinced Ian to go for his health check.

EastEnders, Thursday at 7.30pm on BBC One. Repeated at 10pm on UKTV channel ‘W’.

Special Programme tonight; June Brown at 90 – A Walford Legend airs at 8.30pm

SoapWeek: Emmerdale

As its Thursday we of course have two visits over to Emmerdale village. In our first encounter we find that Lisa’s birthday down at the Woolpack ends in disaster while Finn ends up in the frame for the taxi fire as Emma listens to Kasim as he pleads his innocence to Finn.  Later the police pop in and accuse Finn of setting fire to the cab for revenge; how will Emma react to the accusations aimed her son?

Also tonight Vanessa and Rhona suspect Pearl’s gambling habit is back when they catch her acting suspiciously at work. Then in our second visit to the dales Zak puts his foot in it over Kyle’s future when he meets the social worker, Linda, and suggests Kerry and Dan to take Kyle full time. Naturally Kerry’s over the moon but, however it remains to be seen whether things will work out for the best for her.

Emmerdale, Thursday at 7pm and 8pm on ITV, STV and UTV.

SoapWeek: Hollyoaks

Lisa has been on a night out and intends to tell Ellie about her and Mac.

Frankie and Sally try to stay strong when they see ‘happy family’ Myra, Diego and baby Carmina. Frankie demands answers from Diego, while Myra apologises to Sally. Diego tells Frankie that it’s her he wants to be with, but he’s with Myra until he can get custody of Carmina.

Tony asks Diane why there’s no money in their current account, what is she hiding?

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

Doctors Pick of the Plots logo

With Adam’s mum Jackie coming home from hospital today, Adam lets his nerves show to foster parents Karen and Rob. They do their best to reassure him, but he’s appalled to see his home kitted out with hoists and equipment, and Jackie unable to move unassisted. Karen and Rob try to jolly the family along, until eventually their affection starts to shine through. Laughing over childhood photos, the foster parents are relieved, though they feel a pang of regret as they realise Adam will be leaving them soon.

Ayesha’s shocked to learn her ex-boyfriend Tyler has transferred out of Letherbridge without a word to anyone. But when she turns to Emma for support, Emma’s too preoccupied with thoughts of Lena to listen. When Emma finally does make time for Ayesha, the angry nurse lashes out that Emma should sort out her own sordid affairs instead of relying on her every time things go wrong.

Doctors, Thursday at 1.45pm on BBC One.

SoapWeek: Corrie

There is an extra soapy treat this evening as we head, unusually for a Thursday, over to Weatherfield at 8.30pm. Sophie and Rosie make a start on their new window cleaning business to make some extra money to help dad Kevin. Sophie does the hard graft while Rosie holds the ladder and worries about her nails. Later our Sophie warns Rosie to stay well clear of Adam and the drugs. From his own back yard, Todd overhears this juicy conversation with disbelief.

Sarah muses to Gary that making videos with her mate Mel seems to be doing Bethany a lot of good. However things take a turn on the dark side when Bethany, Mel and Nathan are interrupted by the police who arrest Nathan on suspicion of the abduction of Annabel Adams. Bethany’s shocked. Bethany arrives home visibly shaken but does her best to cover. Appearing upset and shaken, Nathan approaches Bethany on the street and makes out he’s been wrongly accused of abduction. Nathan begs Bethany to lie to the police for him and provide him with an alibi. Will she agree?

When Leanne moans about the amount of texts she receives from Toyah and Eva, each trying to get back into her good books, Simon resolves to sort it out. Simon calls in the Rovers and orders Toyah and Eva to stop hounding Leanne with texts as it’s only causing her blood pressure to go up. The girls are chastened. When Leanne tells Nick and Simon that her sisters seem to have stopped texting her, it’s obvious she’s disappointed.

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

June Brown at 90 – A Walford Legend airs at 8.30pm – Click Here for more information

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