Grant makes a confession to Nigel but leaves Phil to speculate about his plans. Sharon takes a last look at the world she grew up in, and the Vic's first pub quiz becomes a night to remember.
See today's choices.
This week's episodes written by Joanne Maguire and Tony Jordan
Omnibus edition next Sunday
Sanjay wants to go to Spain with Steve but first has to win over Gita. Arthur hits on a novel fund raising idea for his
Flowering Wilderness campaign, and Cindy decides to pay David a visit. For cast see Thursday
Bianca's birthday party becomes a bone of contention. Grant decides to make up for some lost time, and Cindy puts an ultimatum to David.
This week's episodes written by Sian Orrells and David Richard-Fox ; Producer Alison Davis ; Director Rob Evans Omnibus edition next Sunday
Robbie enters a late runner in the snail race. Kathy asks Phil just how far he will go in the name of brotherly love. Pat makes a decision that will shape her future, while Roy breaks with the past. For cast see Thursday
Liam cuts an impressive figure at the court hearing to discuss Clare's future. Ricky agrees to fill one of the spaces on the trip to Spain - on the condition he can bring "friend". Arthur upsets Michelle with a tactless remark.
This week's episodes written by Len Collin and Helen Slavin ; Producer Jane Harris ; Director Jo Johnson Omnibus edition next Sunday
Ricky and Bianca take the plunge. Steve finally meets his match. Grant has to face some home truths. See today's choices.
This week's episodes written by Tony Jordan :
Executive producer Corinne Hollingworth ; Director Philip Casson Omnibus edition next Sunday
Grant and Phil springa welcome surprise on Peggy, while Bianca hides the truth from Carol. Pat's suspicions are alerted by David's behaviour, while Mark has a guilty secret of his own.
For cast see Thursday Stereo Subtitled ....
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