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Friday 19th July 60x156
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In the Rovers, Peter lunges at Gary, blaming him for destroying both Kate and Carla's lives. Meanwhile, Maria's latest date seems to be barking, in more ways than one, and Kirk's appalled when Beth tries to auction off her factory shares. Elsewhere, Evelyn accuses Larry of doing a botch job of the cafe wiring and trying to fleece Roy.

season 22

 
Wed 30 Dec, 1981 22x104
31.12.1981
Life on Britain's most celebrated street continues. Revelations are made public knowledge, as neighbours gossip about one another openly. The Rovers Return at the heart of the community should be a safe haven for all...but it's not. Fights will break out. Affairs will occur. Births, deaths and marriages. All common factors on 'Coronation Street'... The 1970's were a decade of great triumph for the soap. As Ken Barlow moved from wife to wife, legendary characters like Jack and Vera Duckworth were introduced and found a way into a nation's heart. And the dynamic between Stan and Hilda Ogden was simply unforgetable. By the 1980's Thacherism had hit the whole of Britain, and with new competition from BBC TV's 'Eastenders', Coronation Street was forced to roll with the times, focusing on the social realism of the decade, and in particular, the effect it had on the people of the time. It was also a decade we bid farewell to Eda Sharples, Hilda and Stan, and other memoriable cast members from the show's past. But in their place came a whole new generation of stars ready to light up our screens... Featuring unforgetable characters, and some of the funniest dialogue ever heard on screen, it's not hard to see why this show has become such a television institution which millions tune into ever week.
 
Mon 28 Dec, 1981 22x103
29.12.1981
Life on Britain's most celebrated street continues. Revelations are made public knowledge, as neighbours gossip about one another openly. The Rovers Return at the heart of the community should be a safe haven for all...but it's not. Fights will break out. Affairs will occur. Births, deaths and marriages. All common factors on 'Coronation Street'... The 1970's were a decade of great triumph for the soap. As Ken Barlow moved from wife to wife, legendary characters like Jack and Vera Duckworth were introduced and found a way into a nation's heart. And the dynamic between Stan and Hilda Ogden was simply unforgetable. By the 1980's Thacherism had hit the whole of Britain, and with new competition from BBC TV's 'Eastenders', Coronation Street was forced to roll with the times, focusing on the social realism of the decade, and in particular, the effect it had on the people of the time. It was also a decade we bid farewell to Eda Sharples, Hilda and Stan, and other memoriable cast members from the show's past. But in their place came a whole new generation of stars ready to light up our screens... Featuring unforgetable characters, and some of the funniest dialogue ever heard on screen, it's not hard to see why this show has become such a television institution which millions tune into ever week.
 
Wed 23 Dec, 1981 22x102
24.12.1981
Life on Britain's most celebrated street continues. Revelations are made public knowledge, as neighbours gossip about one another openly. The Rovers Return at the heart of the community should be a safe haven for all...but it's not. Fights will break out. Affairs will occur. Births, deaths and marriages. All common factors on 'Coronation Street'... The 1970's were a decade of great triumph for the soap. As Ken Barlow moved from wife to wife, legendary characters like Jack and Vera Duckworth were introduced and found a way into a nation's heart. And the dynamic between Stan and Hilda Ogden was simply unforgetable. By the 1980's Thacherism had hit the whole of Britain, and with new competition from BBC TV's 'Eastenders', Coronation Street was forced to roll with the times, focusing on the social realism of the decade, and in particular, the effect it had on the people of the time. It was also a decade we bid farewell to Eda Sharples, Hilda and Stan, and other memoriable cast members from the show's past. But in their place came a whole new generation of stars ready to light up our screens... Featuring unforgetable characters, and some of the funniest dialogue ever heard on screen, it's not hard to see why this show has become such a television institution which millions tune into ever week.
 
Mon 21 Dec, 1981 22x101
22.12.1981
Life on Britain's most celebrated street continues. Revelations are made public knowledge, as neighbours gossip about one another openly. The Rovers Return at the heart of the community should be a safe haven for all...but it's not. Fights will break out. Affairs will occur. Births, deaths and marriages. All common factors on 'Coronation Street'... The 1970's were a decade of great triumph for the soap. As Ken Barlow moved from wife to wife, legendary characters like Jack and Vera Duckworth were introduced and found a way into a nation's heart. And the dynamic between Stan and Hilda Ogden was simply unforgetable. By the 1980's Thacherism had hit the whole of Britain, and with new competition from BBC TV's 'Eastenders', Coronation Street was forced to roll with the times, focusing on the social realism of the decade, and in particular, the effect it had on the people of the time. It was also a decade we bid farewell to Eda Sharples, Hilda and Stan, and other memoriable cast members from the show's past. But in their place came a whole new generation of stars ready to light up our screens... Featuring unforgetable characters, and some of the funniest dialogue ever heard on screen, it's not hard to see why this show has become such a television institution which millions tune into ever week.
 
Wed 16 Dec, 1981 22x100
17.12.1981
 
Mon 14 Dec, 1981 22x99
15.12.1981
Life on Britain's most celebrated street continues. Revelations are made public knowledge, as neighbours gossip about one another openly. The Rovers Return at the heart of the community should be a safe haven for all...but it's not. Fights will break out. Affairs will occur. Births, deaths and marriages. All common factors on 'Coronation Street'... The 1970's were a decade of great triumph for the soap. As Ken Barlow moved from wife to wife, legendary characters like Jack and Vera Duckworth were introduced and found a way into a nation's heart. And the dynamic between Stan and Hilda Ogden was simply unforgetable. By the 1980's Thacherism had hit the whole of Britain, and with new competition from BBC TV's 'Eastenders', Coronation Street was forced to roll with the times, focusing on the social realism of the decade, and in particular, the effect it had on the people of the time. It was also a decade we bid farewell to Eda Sharples, Hilda and Stan, and other memoriable cast members from the show's past. But in their place came a whole new generation of stars ready to light up our screens... Featuring unforgetable characters, and some of the funniest dialogue ever heard on screen, it's not hard to see why this show has become such a television institution which millions tune into ever week.
 
Wed 9 Dec, 1981 22x98
10.12.1981
Life on Britain's most celebrated street continues. Revelations are made public knowledge, as neighbours gossip about one another openly. The Rovers Return at the heart of the community should be a safe haven for all...but it's not. Fights will break out. Affairs will occur. Births, deaths and marriages. All common factors on 'Coronation Street'... The 1970's were a decade of great triumph for the soap. As Ken Barlow moved from wife to wife, legendary characters like Jack and Vera Duckworth were introduced and found a way into a nation's heart. And the dynamic between Stan and Hilda Ogden was simply unforgetable. By the 1980's Thacherism had hit the whole of Britain, and with new competition from BBC TV's 'Eastenders', Coronation Street was forced to roll with the times, focusing on the social realism of the decade, and in particular, the effect it had on the people of the time. It was also a decade we bid farewell to Eda Sharples, Hilda and Stan, and other memoriable cast members from the show's past. But in their place came a whole new generation of stars ready to light up our screens... Featuring unforgetable characters, and some of the funniest dialogue ever heard on screen, it's not hard to see why this show has become such a television institution which millions tune into ever week.
 
Mon 7 Dec, 1981 22x97
08.12.1981
Life on Britain's most celebrated street continues. Revelations are made public knowledge, as neighbours gossip about one another openly. The Rovers Return at the heart of the community should be a safe haven for all...but it's not. Fights will break out. Affairs will occur. Births, deaths and marriages. All common factors on 'Coronation Street'... The 1970's were a decade of great triumph for the soap. As Ken Barlow moved from wife to wife, legendary characters like Jack and Vera Duckworth were introduced and found a way into a nation's heart. And the dynamic between Stan and Hilda Ogden was simply unforgetable. By the 1980's Thacherism had hit the whole of Britain, and with new competition from BBC TV's 'Eastenders', Coronation Street was forced to roll with the times, focusing on the social realism of the decade, and in particular, the effect it had on the people of the time. It was also a decade we bid farewell to Eda Sharples, Hilda and Stan, and other memoriable cast members from the show's past. But in their place came a whole new generation of stars ready to light up our screens... Featuring unforgetable characters, and some of the funniest dialogue ever heard on screen, it's not hard to see why this show has become such a television institution which millions tune into ever week.
 
Wed 2 Dec, 1981 22x96
03.12.1981
Life on Britain's most celebrated street continues. Revelations are made public knowledge, as neighbours gossip about one another openly. The Rovers Return at the heart of the community should be a safe haven for all...but it's not. Fights will break out. Affairs will occur. Births, deaths and marriages. All common factors on 'Coronation Street'... The 1970's were a decade of great triumph for the soap. As Ken Barlow moved from wife to wife, legendary characters like Jack and Vera Duckworth were introduced and found a way into a nation's heart. And the dynamic between Stan and Hilda Ogden was simply unforgetable. By the 1980's Thacherism had hit the whole of Britain, and with new competition from BBC TV's 'Eastenders', Coronation Street was forced to roll with the times, focusing on the social realism of the decade, and in particular, the effect it had on the people of the time. It was also a decade we bid farewell to Eda Sharples, Hilda and Stan, and other memoriable cast members from the show's past. But in their place came a whole new generation of stars ready to light up our screens... Featuring unforgetable characters, and some of the funniest dialogue ever heard on screen, it's not hard to see why this show has become such a television institution which millions tune into ever week.
 
Mon 30 Nov, 1981 22x95
01.12.1981
Life on Britain's most celebrated street continues. Revelations are made public knowledge, as neighbours gossip about one another openly. The Rovers Return at the heart of the community should be a safe haven for all...but it's not. Fights will break out. Affairs will occur. Births, deaths and marriages. All common factors on 'Coronation Street'... The 1970's were a decade of great triumph for the soap. As Ken Barlow moved from wife to wife, legendary characters like Jack and Vera Duckworth were introduced and found a way into a nation's heart. And the dynamic between Stan and Hilda Ogden was simply unforgetable. By the 1980's Thacherism had hit the whole of Britain, and with new competition from BBC TV's 'Eastenders', Coronation Street was forced to roll with the times, focusing on the social realism of the decade, and in particular, the effect it had on the people of the time. It was also a decade we bid farewell to Eda Sharples, Hilda and Stan, and other memoriable cast members from the show's past. But in their place came a whole new generation of stars ready to light up our screens... Featuring unforgetable characters, and some of the funniest dialogue ever heard on screen, it's not hard to see why this show has become such a television institution which millions tune into ever week.
 
Wed 25 Nov, 1981 22x94
26.11.1981
Life on Britain's most celebrated street continues. Revelations are made public knowledge, as neighbours gossip about one another openly. The Rovers Return at the heart of the community should be a safe haven for all...but it's not. Fights will break out. Affairs will occur. Births, deaths and marriages. All common factors on 'Coronation Street'... The 1970's were a decade of great triumph for the soap. As Ken Barlow moved from wife to wife, legendary characters like Jack and Vera Duckworth were introduced and found a way into a nation's heart. And the dynamic between Stan and Hilda Ogden was simply unforgetable. By the 1980's Thacherism had hit the whole of Britain, and with new competition from BBC TV's 'Eastenders', Coronation Street was forced to roll with the times, focusing on the social realism of the decade, and in particular, the effect it had on the people of the time. It was also a decade we bid farewell to Eda Sharples, Hilda and Stan, and other memoriable cast members from the show's past. But in their place came a whole new generation of stars ready to light up our screens... Featuring unforgetable characters, and some of the funniest dialogue ever heard on screen, it's not hard to see why this show has become such a television institution which millions tune into ever week.
 
Mon 23 Nov, 1981 22x93
24.11.1981
Life on Britain's most celebrated street continues. Revelations are made public knowledge, as neighbours gossip about one another openly. The Rovers Return at the heart of the community should be a safe haven for all...but it's not. Fights will break out. Affairs will occur. Births, deaths and marriages. All common factors on 'Coronation Street'... The 1970's were a decade of great triumph for the soap. As Ken Barlow moved from wife to wife, legendary characters like Jack and Vera Duckworth were introduced and found a way into a nation's heart. And the dynamic between Stan and Hilda Ogden was simply unforgetable. By the 1980's Thacherism had hit the whole of Britain, and with new competition from BBC TV's 'Eastenders', Coronation Street was forced to roll with the times, focusing on the social realism of the decade, and in particular, the effect it had on the people of the time. It was also a decade we bid farewell to Eda Sharples, Hilda and Stan, and other memoriable cast members from the show's past. But in their place came a whole new generation of stars ready to light up our screens... Featuring unforgetable characters, and some of the funniest dialogue ever heard on screen, it's not hard to see why this show has become such a television institution which millions tune into ever week.
 
Wed 18 Nov, 1981 22x92
19.11.1981
Life on Britain's most celebrated street continues. Revelations are made public knowledge, as neighbours gossip about one another openly. The Rovers Return at the heart of the community should be a safe haven for all...but it's not. Fights will break out. Affairs will occur. Births, deaths and marriages. All common factors on 'Coronation Street'... The 1970's were a decade of great triumph for the soap. As Ken Barlow moved from wife to wife, legendary characters like Jack and Vera Duckworth were introduced and found a way into a nation's heart. And the dynamic between Stan and Hilda Ogden was simply unforgetable. By the 1980's Thacherism had hit the whole of Britain, and with new competition from BBC TV's 'Eastenders', Coronation Street was forced to roll with the times, focusing on the social realism of the decade, and in particular, the effect it had on the people of the time. It was also a decade we bid farewell to Eda Sharples, Hilda and Stan, and other memoriable cast members from the show's past. But in their place came a whole new generation of stars ready to light up our screens... Featuring unforgetable characters, and some of the funniest dialogue ever heard on screen, it's not hard to see why this show has become such a television institution which millions tune into ever week.
 
Mon 16 Nov, 1981 22x91
17.11.1981
Life on Britain's most celebrated street continues. Revelations are made public knowledge, as neighbours gossip about one another openly. The Rovers Return at the heart of the community should be a safe haven for all...but it's not. Fights will break out. Affairs will occur. Births, deaths and marriages. All common factors on 'Coronation Street'... The 1970's were a decade of great triumph for the soap. As Ken Barlow moved from wife to wife, legendary characters like Jack and Vera Duckworth were introduced and found a way into a nation's heart. And the dynamic between Stan and Hilda Ogden was simply unforgetable. By the 1980's Thacherism had hit the whole of Britain, and with new competition from BBC TV's 'Eastenders', Coronation Street was forced to roll with the times, focusing on the social realism of the decade, and in particular, the effect it had on the people of the time. It was also a decade we bid farewell to Eda Sharples, Hilda and Stan, and other memoriable cast members from the show's past. But in their place came a whole new generation of stars ready to light up our screens... Featuring unforgetable characters, and some of the funniest dialogue ever heard on screen, it's not hard to see why this show has become such a television institution which millions tune into ever week.
 
Wed 11 Nov, 1981 22x90
12.11.1981
Life on Britain's most celebrated street continues. Revelations are made public knowledge, as neighbours gossip about one another openly. The Rovers Return at the heart of the community should be a safe haven for all...but it's not. Fights will break out. Affairs will occur. Births, deaths and marriages. All common factors on 'Coronation Street'... The 1970's were a decade of great triumph for the soap. As Ken Barlow moved from wife to wife, legendary characters like Jack and Vera Duckworth were introduced and found a way into a nation's heart. And the dynamic between Stan and Hilda Ogden was simply unforgetable. By the 1980's Thacherism had hit the whole of Britain, and with new competition from BBC TV's 'Eastenders', Coronation Street was forced to roll with the times, focusing on the social realism of the decade, and in particular, the effect it had on the people of the time. It was also a decade we bid farewell to Eda Sharples, Hilda and Stan, and other memoriable cast members from the show's past. But in their place came a whole new generation of stars ready to light up our screens... Featuring unforgetable characters, and some of the funniest dialogue ever heard on screen, it's not hard to see why this show has become such a television institution which millions tune into ever week.
 
Mon 9 Nov, 1981 22x89
10.11.1981
Life on Britain's most celebrated street continues. Revelations are made public knowledge, as neighbours gossip about one another openly. The Rovers Return at the heart of the community should be a safe haven for all...but it's not. Fights will break out. Affairs will occur. Births, deaths and marriages. All common factors on 'Coronation Street'... The 1970's were a decade of great triumph for the soap. As Ken Barlow moved from wife to wife, legendary characters like Jack and Vera Duckworth were introduced and found a way into a nation's heart. And the dynamic between Stan and Hilda Ogden was simply unforgetable. By the 1980's Thacherism had hit the whole of Britain, and with new competition from BBC TV's 'Eastenders', Coronation Street was forced to roll with the times, focusing on the social realism of the decade, and in particular, the effect it had on the people of the time. It was also a decade we bid farewell to Eda Sharples, Hilda and Stan, and other memoriable cast members from the show's past. But in their place came a whole new generation of stars ready to light up our screens... Featuring unforgetable characters, and some of the funniest dialogue ever heard on screen, it's not hard to see why this show has become such a television institution which millions tune into ever week.
 
Wed 4 Nov, 1981 22x88
05.11.1981
Life on Britain's most celebrated street continues. Revelations are made public knowledge, as neighbours gossip about one another openly. The Rovers Return at the heart of the community should be a safe haven for all...but it's not. Fights will break out. Affairs will occur. Births, deaths and marriages. All common factors on 'Coronation Street'... The 1970's were a decade of great triumph for the soap. As Ken Barlow moved from wife to wife, legendary characters like Jack and Vera Duckworth were introduced and found a way into a nation's heart. And the dynamic between Stan and Hilda Ogden was simply unforgetable. By the 1980's Thacherism had hit the whole of Britain, and with new competition from BBC TV's 'Eastenders', Coronation Street was forced to roll with the times, focusing on the social realism of the decade, and in particular, the effect it had on the people of the time. It was also a decade we bid farewell to Eda Sharples, Hilda and Stan, and other memoriable cast members from the show's past. But in their place came a whole new generation of stars ready to light up our screens... Featuring unforgetable characters, and some of the funniest dialogue ever heard on screen, it's not hard to see why this show has become such a television institution which millions tune into ever week.
 
Mon 2 Nov, 1981 22x87
03.11.1981
Life on Britain's most celebrated street continues. Revelations are made public knowledge, as neighbours gossip about one another openly. The Rovers Return at the heart of the community should be a safe haven for all...but it's not. Fights will break out. Affairs will occur. Births, deaths and marriages. All common factors on 'Coronation Street'... The 1970's were a decade of great triumph for the soap. As Ken Barlow moved from wife to wife, legendary characters like Jack and Vera Duckworth were introduced and found a way into a nation's heart. And the dynamic between Stan and Hilda Ogden was simply unforgetable. By the 1980's Thacherism had hit the whole of Britain, and with new competition from BBC TV's 'Eastenders', Coronation Street was forced to roll with the times, focusing on the social realism of the decade, and in particular, the effect it had on the people of the time. It was also a decade we bid farewell to Eda Sharples, Hilda and Stan, and other memoriable cast members from the show's past. But in their place came a whole new generation of stars ready to light up our screens... Featuring unforgetable characters, and some of the funniest dialogue ever heard on screen, it's not hard to see why this show has become such a television institution which millions tune into ever week.
 
Wed 28 Oct, 1981 22x86
29.10.1981
Life on Britain's most celebrated street continues. Revelations are made public knowledge, as neighbours gossip about one another openly. The Rovers Return at the heart of the community should be a safe haven for all...but it's not. Fights will break out. Affairs will occur. Births, deaths and marriages. All common factors on 'Coronation Street'... The 1970's were a decade of great triumph for the soap. As Ken Barlow moved from wife to wife, legendary characters like Jack and Vera Duckworth were introduced and found a way into a nation's heart. And the dynamic between Stan and Hilda Ogden was simply unforgetable. By the 1980's Thacherism had hit the whole of Britain, and with new competition from BBC TV's 'Eastenders', Coronation Street was forced to roll with the times, focusing on the social realism of the decade, and in particular, the effect it had on the people of the time. It was also a decade we bid farewell to Eda Sharples, Hilda and Stan, and other memoriable cast members from the show's past. But in their place came a whole new generation of stars ready to light up our screens... Featuring unforgetable characters, and some of the funniest dialogue ever heard on screen, it's not hard to see why this show has become such a television institution which millions tune into ever week.
 
Mon 26 Oct, 1981 22x85
27.10.1981
Life on Britain's most celebrated street continues. Revelations are made public knowledge, as neighbours gossip about one another openly. The Rovers Return at the heart of the community should be a safe haven for all...but it's not. Fights will break out. Affairs will occur. Births, deaths and marriages. All common factors on 'Coronation Street'... The 1970's were a decade of great triumph for the soap. As Ken Barlow moved from wife to wife, legendary characters like Jack and Vera Duckworth were introduced and found a way into a nation's heart. And the dynamic between Stan and Hilda Ogden was simply unforgetable. By the 1980's Thacherism had hit the whole of Britain, and with new competition from BBC TV's 'Eastenders', Coronation Street was forced to roll with the times, focusing on the social realism of the decade, and in particular, the effect it had on the people of the time. It was also a decade we bid farewell to Eda Sharples, Hilda and Stan, and other memoriable cast members from the show's past. But in their place came a whole new generation of stars ready to light up our screens... Featuring unforgetable characters, and some of the funniest dialogue ever heard on screen, it's not hard to see why this show has become such a television institution which millions tune into ever week.
 
Wed 21 Oct, 1981 22x84
22.10.1981
Life on Britain's most celebrated street continues. Revelations are made public knowledge, as neighbours gossip about one another openly. The Rovers Return at the heart of the community should be a safe haven for all...but it's not. Fights will break out. Affairs will occur. Births, deaths and marriages. All common factors on 'Coronation Street'... The 1970's were a decade of great triumph for the soap. As Ken Barlow moved from wife to wife, legendary characters like Jack and Vera Duckworth were introduced and found a way into a nation's heart. And the dynamic between Stan and Hilda Ogden was simply unforgetable. By the 1980's Thacherism had hit the whole of Britain, and with new competition from BBC TV's 'Eastenders', Coronation Street was forced to roll with the times, focusing on the social realism of the decade, and in particular, the effect it had on the people of the time. It was also a decade we bid farewell to Eda Sharples, Hilda and Stan, and other memoriable cast members from the show's past. But in their place came a whole new generation of stars ready to light up our screens... Featuring unforgetable characters, and some of the funniest dialogue ever heard on screen, it's not hard to see why this show has become such a television institution which millions tune into ever week.
 
Mon 19 Jan, 1981 22x83
20.01.1981
Life on Britain's most celebrated street continues. Revelations are made public knowledge, as neighbours gossip about one another openly. The Rovers Return at the heart of the community should be a safe haven for all...but it's not. Fights will break out. Affairs will occur. Births, deaths and marriages. All common factors on 'Coronation Street'... The 1970's were a decade of great triumph for the soap. As Ken Barlow moved from wife to wife, legendary characters like Jack and Vera Duckworth were introduced and found a way into a nation's heart. And the dynamic between Stan and Hilda Ogden was simply unforgetable. By the 1980's Thacherism had hit the whole of Britain, and with new competition from BBC TV's 'Eastenders', Coronation Street was forced to roll with the times, focusing on the social realism of the decade, and in particular, the effect it had on the people of the time. It was also a decade we bid farewell to Eda Sharples, Hilda and Stan, and other memoriable cast members from the show's past. But in their place came a whole new generation of stars ready to light up our screens... Featuring unforgetable characters, and some of the funniest dialogue ever heard on screen, it's not hard to see why this show has become such a television institution which millions tune into ever week.
 
14th October 1981 22x82
15.10.1981
 
Mon 12 Oct, 1981 22x81
13.10.1981
Life on Britain's most celebrated street continues. Revelations are made public knowledge, as neighbours gossip about one another openly. The Rovers Return at the heart of the community should be a safe haven for all...but it's not. Fights will break out. Affairs will occur. Births, deaths and marriages. All common factors on 'Coronation Street'... The 1970's were a decade of great triumph for the soap. As Ken Barlow moved from wife to wife, legendary characters like Jack and Vera Duckworth were introduced and found a way into a nation's heart. And the dynamic between Stan and Hilda Ogden was simply unforgetable. By the 1980's Thacherism had hit the whole of Britain, and with new competition from BBC TV's 'Eastenders', Coronation Street was forced to roll with the times, focusing on the social realism of the decade, and in particular, the effect it had on the people of the time. It was also a decade we bid farewell to Eda Sharples, Hilda and Stan, and other memoriable cast members from the show's past. But in their place came a whole new generation of stars ready to light up our screens... Featuring unforgetable characters, and some of the funniest dialogue ever heard on screen, it's not hard to see why this show has become such a television institution which millions tune into ever week.
 
Wed 7 Oct, 1981 22x80
08.10.1981
Life on Britain's most celebrated street continues. Revelations are made public knowledge, as neighbours gossip about one another openly. The Rovers Return at the heart of the community should be a safe haven for all...but it's not. Fights will break out. Affairs will occur. Births, deaths and marriages. All common factors on 'Coronation Street'... The 1970's were a decade of great triumph for the soap. As Ken Barlow moved from wife to wife, legendary characters like Jack and Vera Duckworth were introduced and found a way into a nation's heart. And the dynamic between Stan and Hilda Ogden was simply unforgetable. By the 1980's Thacherism had hit the whole of Britain, and with new competition from BBC TV's 'Eastenders', Coronation Street was forced to roll with the times, focusing on the social realism of the decade, and in particular, the effect it had on the people of the time. It was also a decade we bid farewell to Eda Sharples, Hilda and Stan, and other memoriable cast members from the show's past. But in their place came a whole new generation of stars ready to light up our screens... Featuring unforgetable characters, and some of the funniest dialogue ever heard on screen, it's not hard to see why this show has become such a television institution which millions tune into ever week.
 
Mon 5 Oct, 1981 22x79
06.10.1981
Life on Britain's most celebrated street continues. Revelations are made public knowledge, as neighbours gossip about one another openly. The Rovers Return at the heart of the community should be a safe haven for all...but it's not. Fights will break out. Affairs will occur. Births, deaths and marriages. All common factors on 'Coronation Street'... The 1970's were a decade of great triumph for the soap. As Ken Barlow moved from wife to wife, legendary characters like Jack and Vera Duckworth were introduced and found a way into a nation's heart. And the dynamic between Stan and Hilda Ogden was simply unforgetable. By the 1980's Thacherism had hit the whole of Britain, and with new competition from BBC TV's 'Eastenders', Coronation Street was forced to roll with the times, focusing on the social realism of the decade, and in particular, the effect it had on the people of the time. It was also a decade we bid farewell to Eda Sharples, Hilda and Stan, and other memoriable cast members from the show's past. But in their place came a whole new generation of stars ready to light up our screens... Featuring unforgetable characters, and some of the funniest dialogue ever heard on screen, it's not hard to see why this show has become such a television institution which millions tune into ever week.
 
Wed 30 Sep, 1981 22x78
01.10.1981
Life on Britain's most celebrated street continues. Revelations are made public knowledge, as neighbours gossip about one another openly. The Rovers Return at the heart of the community should be a safe haven for all...but it's not. Fights will break out. Affairs will occur. Births, deaths and marriages. All common factors on 'Coronation Street'... The 1970's were a decade of great triumph for the soap. As Ken Barlow moved from wife to wife, legendary characters like Jack and Vera Duckworth were introduced and found a way into a nation's heart. And the dynamic between Stan and Hilda Ogden was simply unforgetable. By the 1980's Thacherism had hit the whole of Britain, and with new competition from BBC TV's 'Eastenders', Coronation Street was forced to roll with the times, focusing on the social realism of the decade, and in particular, the effect it had on the people of the time. It was also a decade we bid farewell to Eda Sharples, Hilda and Stan, and other memoriable cast members from the show's past. But in their place came a whole new generation of stars ready to light up our screens... Featuring unforgetable characters, and some of the funniest dialogue ever heard on screen, it's not hard to see why this show has become such a television institution which millions tune into ever week.
 
Mon 28 Sep, 1981 22x77
29.09.1981
Life on Britain's most celebrated street continues. Revelations are made public knowledge, as neighbours gossip about one another openly. The Rovers Return at the heart of the community should be a safe haven for all...but it's not. Fights will break out. Affairs will occur. Births, deaths and marriages. All common factors on 'Coronation Street'... The 1970's were a decade of great triumph for the soap. As Ken Barlow moved from wife to wife, legendary characters like Jack and Vera Duckworth were introduced and found a way into a nation's heart. And the dynamic between Stan and Hilda Ogden was simply unforgetable. By the 1980's Thacherism had hit the whole of Britain, and with new competition from BBC TV's 'Eastenders', Coronation Street was forced to roll with the times, focusing on the social realism of the decade, and in particular, the effect it had on the people of the time. It was also a decade we bid farewell to Eda Sharples, Hilda and Stan, and other memoriable cast members from the show's past. But in their place came a whole new generation of stars ready to light up our screens... Featuring unforgetable characters, and some of the funniest dialogue ever heard on screen, it's not hard to see why this show has become such a television institution which millions tune into ever week.
 
Wed 23 Sep, 1981 22x76
24.09.1981
Life on Britain's most celebrated street continues. Revelations are made public knowledge, as neighbours gossip about one another openly. The Rovers Return at the heart of the community should be a safe haven for all...but it's not. Fights will break out. Affairs will occur. Births, deaths and marriages. All common factors on 'Coronation Street'... The 1970's were a decade of great triumph for the soap. As Ken Barlow moved from wife to wife, legendary characters like Jack and Vera Duckworth were introduced and found a way into a nation's heart. And the dynamic between Stan and Hilda Ogden was simply unforgetable. By the 1980's Thacherism had hit the whole of Britain, and with new competition from BBC TV's 'Eastenders', Coronation Street was forced to roll with the times, focusing on the social realism of the decade, and in particular, the effect it had on the people of the time. It was also a decade we bid farewell to Eda Sharples, Hilda and Stan, and other memoriable cast members from the show's past. But in their place came a whole new generation of stars ready to light up our screens... Featuring unforgetable characters, and some of the funniest dialogue ever heard on screen, it's not hard to see why this show has become such a television institution which millions tune into ever week.
 
Mon 21 Sep, 1981 22x75
22.09.1981
Life on Britain's most celebrated street continues. Revelations are made public knowledge, as neighbours gossip about one another openly. The Rovers Return at the heart of the community should be a safe haven for all...but it's not. Fights will break out. Affairs will occur. Births, deaths and marriages. All common factors on 'Coronation Street'... The 1970's were a decade of great triumph for the soap. As Ken Barlow moved from wife to wife, legendary characters like Jack and Vera Duckworth were introduced and found a way into a nation's heart. And the dynamic between Stan and Hilda Ogden was simply unforgetable. By the 1980's Thacherism had hit the whole of Britain, and with new competition from BBC TV's 'Eastenders', Coronation Street was forced to roll with the times, focusing on the social realism of the decade, and in particular, the effect it had on the people of the time. It was also a decade we bid farewell to Eda Sharples, Hilda and Stan, and other memoriable cast members from the show's past. But in their place came a whole new generation of stars ready to light up our screens... Featuring unforgetable characters, and some of the funniest dialogue ever heard on screen, it's not hard to see why this show has become such a television institution which millions tune into ever week.
 
Wed 16 Sep, 1981 22x74
17.09.1981
Life on Britain's most celebrated street continues. Revelations are made public knowledge, as neighbours gossip about one another openly. The Rovers Return at the heart of the community should be a safe haven for all...but it's not. Fights will break out. Affairs will occur. Births, deaths and marriages. All common factors on 'Coronation Street'... The 1970's were a decade of great triumph for the soap. As Ken Barlow moved from wife to wife, legendary characters like Jack and Vera Duckworth were introduced and found a way into a nation's heart. And the dynamic between Stan and Hilda Ogden was simply unforgetable. By the 1980's Thacherism had hit the whole of Britain, and with new competition from BBC TV's 'Eastenders', Coronation Street was forced to roll with the times, focusing on the social realism of the decade, and in particular, the effect it had on the people of the time. It was also a decade we bid farewell to Eda Sharples, Hilda and Stan, and other memoriable cast members from the show's past. But in their place came a whole new generation of stars ready to light up our screens... Featuring unforgetable characters, and some of the funniest dialogue ever heard on screen, it's not hard to see why this show has become such a television institution which millions tune into ever week.
 
14th September 1981 22x73
15.09.1981
 
Wed 9 Sep, 1981 22x72
10.09.1981
Life on Britain's most celebrated street continues. Revelations are made public knowledge, as neighbours gossip about one another openly. The Rovers Return at the heart of the community should be a safe haven for all...but it's not. Fights will break out. Affairs will occur. Births, deaths and marriages. All common factors on 'Coronation Street'... The 1970's were a decade of great triumph for the soap. As Ken Barlow moved from wife to wife, legendary characters like Jack and Vera Duckworth were introduced and found a way into a nation's heart. And the dynamic between Stan and Hilda Ogden was simply unforgetable. By the 1980's Thacherism had hit the whole of Britain, and with new competition from BBC TV's 'Eastenders', Coronation Street was forced to roll with the times, focusing on the social realism of the decade, and in particular, the effect it had on the people of the time. It was also a decade we bid farewell to Eda Sharples, Hilda and Stan, and other memoriable cast members from the show's past. But in their place came a whole new generation of stars ready to light up our screens... Featuring unforgetable characters, and some of the funniest dialogue ever heard on screen, it's not hard to see why this show has become such a television institution which millions tune into ever week.
 
Mon 7 Sep, 1981 22x71
08.09.1981
Life on Britain's most celebrated street continues. Revelations are made public knowledge, as neighbours gossip about one another openly. The Rovers Return at the heart of the community should be a safe haven for all...but it's not. Fights will break out. Affairs will occur. Births, deaths and marriages. All common factors on 'Coronation Street'... The 1970's were a decade of great triumph for the soap. As Ken Barlow moved from wife to wife, legendary characters like Jack and Vera Duckworth were introduced and found a way into a nation's heart. And the dynamic between Stan and Hilda Ogden was simply unforgetable. By the 1980's Thacherism had hit the whole of Britain, and with new competition from BBC TV's 'Eastenders', Coronation Street was forced to roll with the times, focusing on the social realism of the decade, and in particular, the effect it had on the people of the time. It was also a decade we bid farewell to Eda Sharples, Hilda and Stan, and other memoriable cast members from the show's past. But in their place came a whole new generation of stars ready to light up our screens... Featuring unforgetable characters, and some of the funniest dialogue ever heard on screen, it's not hard to see why this show has become such a television institution which millions tune into ever week.
 
Wed 2 Sep, 1981 22x70
03.09.1981
Life on Britain's most celebrated street continues. Revelations are made public knowledge, as neighbours gossip about one another openly. The Rovers Return at the heart of the community should be a safe haven for all...but it's not. Fights will break out. Affairs will occur. Births, deaths and marriages. All common factors on 'Coronation Street'... The 1970's were a decade of great triumph for the soap. As Ken Barlow moved from wife to wife, legendary characters like Jack and Vera Duckworth were introduced and found a way into a nation's heart. And the dynamic between Stan and Hilda Ogden was simply unforgetable. By the 1980's Thacherism had hit the whole of Britain, and with new competition from BBC TV's 'Eastenders', Coronation Street was forced to roll with the times, focusing on the social realism of the decade, and in particular, the effect it had on the people of the time. It was also a decade we bid farewell to Eda Sharples, Hilda and Stan, and other memoriable cast members from the show's past. But in their place came a whole new generation of stars ready to light up our screens... Featuring unforgetable characters, and some of the funniest dialogue ever heard on screen, it's not hard to see why this show has become such a television institution which millions tune into ever week.
 
Mon 31 Aug, 1981 22x69
01.09.1981
Life on Britain's most celebrated street continues. Revelations are made public knowledge, as neighbours gossip about one another openly. The Rovers Return at the heart of the community should be a safe haven for all...but it's not. Fights will break out. Affairs will occur. Births, deaths and marriages. All common factors on 'Coronation Street'... The 1970's were a decade of great triumph for the soap. As Ken Barlow moved from wife to wife, legendary characters like Jack and Vera Duckworth were introduced and found a way into a nation's heart. And the dynamic between Stan and Hilda Ogden was simply unforgetable. By the 1980's Thacherism had hit the whole of Britain, and with new competition from BBC TV's 'Eastenders', Coronation Street was forced to roll with the times, focusing on the social realism of the decade, and in particular, the effect it had on the people of the time. It was also a decade we bid farewell to Eda Sharples, Hilda and Stan, and other memoriable cast members from the show's past. But in their place came a whole new generation of stars ready to light up our screens... Featuring unforgetable characters, and some of the funniest dialogue ever heard on screen, it's not hard to see why this show has become such a television institution which millions tune into ever week.
 
Wed 26 Aug, 1981 22x68
27.08.1981
Life on Britain's most celebrated street continues. Revelations are made public knowledge, as neighbours gossip about one another openly. The Rovers Return at the heart of the community should be a safe haven for all...but it's not. Fights will break out. Affairs will occur. Births, deaths and marriages. All common factors on 'Coronation Street'... The 1970's were a decade of great triumph for the soap. As Ken Barlow moved from wife to wife, legendary characters like Jack and Vera Duckworth were introduced and found a way into a nation's heart. And the dynamic between Stan and Hilda Ogden was simply unforgetable. By the 1980's Thacherism had hit the whole of Britain, and with new competition from BBC TV's 'Eastenders', Coronation Street was forced to roll with the times, focusing on the social realism of the decade, and in particular, the effect it had on the people of the time. It was also a decade we bid farewell to Eda Sharples, Hilda and Stan, and other memoriable cast members from the show's past. But in their place came a whole new generation of stars ready to light up our screens... Featuring unforgetable characters, and some of the funniest dialogue ever heard on screen, it's not hard to see why this show has become such a television institution which millions tune into ever week.
 
Mon 24 Aug, 1981 22x67
25.08.1981
Life on Britain's most celebrated street continues. Revelations are made public knowledge, as neighbours gossip about one another openly. The Rovers Return at the heart of the community should be a safe haven for all...but it's not. Fights will break out. Affairs will occur. Births, deaths and marriages. All common factors on 'Coronation Street'... The 1970's were a decade of great triumph for the soap. As Ken Barlow moved from wife to wife, legendary characters like Jack and Vera Duckworth were introduced and found a way into a nation's heart. And the dynamic between Stan and Hilda Ogden was simply unforgetable. By the 1980's Thacherism had hit the whole of Britain, and with new competition from BBC TV's 'Eastenders', Coronation Street was forced to roll with the times, focusing on the social realism of the decade, and in particular, the effect it had on the people of the time. It was also a decade we bid farewell to Eda Sharples, Hilda and Stan, and other memoriable cast members from the show's past. But in their place came a whole new generation of stars ready to light up our screens... Featuring unforgetable characters, and some of the funniest dialogue ever heard on screen, it's not hard to see why this show has become such a television institution which millions tune into ever week.
 
Wed 19 Aug, 1981 22x66
20.08.1981
Life on Britain's most celebrated street continues. Revelations are made public knowledge, as neighbours gossip about one another openly. The Rovers Return at the heart of the community should be a safe haven for all...but it's not. Fights will break out. Affairs will occur. Births, deaths and marriages. All common factors on 'Coronation Street'... The 1970's were a decade of great triumph for the soap. As Ken Barlow moved from wife to wife, legendary characters like Jack and Vera Duckworth were introduced and found a way into a nation's heart. And the dynamic between Stan and Hilda Ogden was simply unforgetable. By the 1980's Thacherism had hit the whole of Britain, and with new competition from BBC TV's 'Eastenders', Coronation Street was forced to roll with the times, focusing on the social realism of the decade, and in particular, the effect it had on the people of the time. It was also a decade we bid farewell to Eda Sharples, Hilda and Stan, and other memoriable cast members from the show's past. But in their place came a whole new generation of stars ready to light up our screens... Featuring unforgetable characters, and some of the funniest dialogue ever heard on screen, it's not hard to see why this show has become such a television institution which millions tune into ever week.
 
Mon 17 Aug, 1981 22x65
18.08.1981
Life on Britain's most celebrated street continues. Revelations are made public knowledge, as neighbours gossip about one another openly. The Rovers Return at the heart of the community should be a safe haven for all...but it's not. Fights will break out. Affairs will occur. Births, deaths and marriages. All common factors on 'Coronation Street'... The 1970's were a decade of great triumph for the soap. As Ken Barlow moved from wife to wife, legendary characters like Jack and Vera Duckworth were introduced and found a way into a nation's heart. And the dynamic between Stan and Hilda Ogden was simply unforgetable. By the 1980's Thacherism had hit the whole of Britain, and with new competition from BBC TV's 'Eastenders', Coronation Street was forced to roll with the times, focusing on the social realism of the decade, and in particular, the effect it had on the people of the time. It was also a decade we bid farewell to Eda Sharples, Hilda and Stan, and other memoriable cast members from the show's past. But in their place came a whole new generation of stars ready to light up our screens... Featuring unforgetable characters, and some of the funniest dialogue ever heard on screen, it's not hard to see why this show has become such a television institution which millions tune into ever week.
 
Wed 12 Aug, 1981 22x64
13.08.1981
Life on Britain's most celebrated street continues. Revelations are made public knowledge, as neighbours gossip about one another openly. The Rovers Return at the heart of the community should be a safe haven for all...but it's not. Fights will break out. Affairs will occur. Births, deaths and marriages. All common factors on 'Coronation Street'... The 1970's were a decade of great triumph for the soap. As Ken Barlow moved from wife to wife, legendary characters like Jack and Vera Duckworth were introduced and found a way into a nation's heart. And the dynamic between Stan and Hilda Ogden was simply unforgetable. By the 1980's Thacherism had hit the whole of Britain, and with new competition from BBC TV's 'Eastenders', Coronation Street was forced to roll with the times, focusing on the social realism of the decade, and in particular, the effect it had on the people of the time. It was also a decade we bid farewell to Eda Sharples, Hilda and Stan, and other memoriable cast members from the show's past. But in their place came a whole new generation of stars ready to light up our screens... Featuring unforgetable characters, and some of the funniest dialogue ever heard on screen, it's not hard to see why this show has become such a television institution which millions tune into ever week.
 
Mon 10 Aug, 1981 22x63
11.08.1981
Life on Britain's most celebrated street continues. Revelations are made public knowledge, as neighbours gossip about one another openly. The Rovers Return at the heart of the community should be a safe haven for all...but it's not. Fights will break out. Affairs will occur. Births, deaths and marriages. All common factors on 'Coronation Street'... The 1970's were a decade of great triumph for the soap. As Ken Barlow moved from wife to wife, legendary characters like Jack and Vera Duckworth were introduced and found a way into a nation's heart. And the dynamic between Stan and Hilda Ogden was simply unforgetable. By the 1980's Thacherism had hit the whole of Britain, and with new competition from BBC TV's 'Eastenders', Coronation Street was forced to roll with the times, focusing on the social realism of the decade, and in particular, the effect it had on the people of the time. It was also a decade we bid farewell to Eda Sharples, Hilda and Stan, and other memoriable cast members from the show's past. But in their place came a whole new generation of stars ready to light up our screens... Featuring unforgetable characters, and some of the funniest dialogue ever heard on screen, it's not hard to see why this show has become such a television institution which millions tune into ever week.
 
Wed 5 Aug, 1981 22x62
06.08.1981
Life on Britain's most celebrated street continues. Revelations are made public knowledge, as neighbours gossip about one another openly. The Rovers Return at the heart of the community should be a safe haven for all...but it's not. Fights will break out. Affairs will occur. Births, deaths and marriages. All common factors on 'Coronation Street'... The 1970's were a decade of great triumph for the soap. As Ken Barlow moved from wife to wife, legendary characters like Jack and Vera Duckworth were introduced and found a way into a nation's heart. And the dynamic between Stan and Hilda Ogden was simply unforgetable. By the 1980's Thacherism had hit the whole of Britain, and with new competition from BBC TV's 'Eastenders', Coronation Street was forced to roll with the times, focusing on the social realism of the decade, and in particular, the effect it had on the people of the time. It was also a decade we bid farewell to Eda Sharples, Hilda and Stan, and other memoriable cast members from the show's past. But in their place came a whole new generation of stars ready to light up our screens... Featuring unforgetable characters, and some of the funniest dialogue ever heard on screen, it's not hard to see why this show has become such a television institution which millions tune into ever week.
 
Mon 3 Aug, 1981 22x61
04.08.1981
Life on Britain's most celebrated street continues. Revelations are made public knowledge, as neighbours gossip about one another openly. The Rovers Return at the heart of the community should be a safe haven for all...but it's not. Fights will break out. Affairs will occur. Births, deaths and marriages. All common factors on 'Coronation Street'... The 1970's were a decade of great triumph for the soap. As Ken Barlow moved from wife to wife, legendary characters like Jack and Vera Duckworth were introduced and found a way into a nation's heart. And the dynamic between Stan and Hilda Ogden was simply unforgetable. By the 1980's Thacherism had hit the whole of Britain, and with new competition from BBC TV's 'Eastenders', Coronation Street was forced to roll with the times, focusing on the social realism of the decade, and in particular, the effect it had on the people of the time. It was also a decade we bid farewell to Eda Sharples, Hilda and Stan, and other memoriable cast members from the show's past. But in their place came a whole new generation of stars ready to light up our screens... Featuring unforgetable characters, and some of the funniest dialogue ever heard on screen, it's not hard to see why this show has become such a television institution which millions tune into ever week.
 
Wed 29 Jul, 1981 22x60
30.07.1981
Life on Britain's most celebrated street continues. Revelations are made public knowledge, as neighbours gossip about one another openly. The Rovers Return at the heart of the community should be a safe haven for all...but it's not. Fights will break out. Affairs will occur. Births, deaths and marriages. All common factors on 'Coronation Street'... The 1970's were a decade of great triumph for the soap. As Ken Barlow moved from wife to wife, legendary characters like Jack and Vera Duckworth were introduced and found a way into a nation's heart. And the dynamic between Stan and Hilda Ogden was simply unforgetable. By the 1980's Thacherism had hit the whole of Britain, and with new competition from BBC TV's 'Eastenders', Coronation Street was forced to roll with the times, focusing on the social realism of the decade, and in particular, the effect it had on the people of the time. It was also a decade we bid farewell to Eda Sharples, Hilda and Stan, and other memoriable cast members from the show's past. But in their place came a whole new generation of stars ready to light up our screens... Featuring unforgetable characters, and some of the funniest dialogue ever heard on screen, it's not hard to see why this show has become such a television institution which millions tune into ever week.
 
27th July 1981 22x59
28.07.1981
The wedding of Ken and Deirdre.
 
Wed 22 Jul, 1981 22x58
23.07.1981
Life on Britain's most celebrated street continues. Revelations are made public knowledge, as neighbours gossip about one another openly. The Rovers Return at the heart of the community should be a safe haven for all...but it's not. Fights will break out. Affairs will occur. Births, deaths and marriages. All common factors on 'Coronation Street'... The 1970's were a decade of great triumph for the soap. As Ken Barlow moved from wife to wife, legendary characters like Jack and Vera Duckworth were introduced and found a way into a nation's heart. And the dynamic between Stan and Hilda Ogden was simply unforgetable. By the 1980's Thacherism had hit the whole of Britain, and with new competition from BBC TV's 'Eastenders', Coronation Street was forced to roll with the times, focusing on the social realism of the decade, and in particular, the effect it had on the people of the time. It was also a decade we bid farewell to Eda Sharples, Hilda and Stan, and other memoriable cast members from the show's past. But in their place came a whole new generation of stars ready to light up our screens... Featuring unforgetable characters, and some of the funniest dialogue ever heard on screen, it's not hard to see why this show has become such a television institution which millions tune into ever week.
 
Mon 20 Jul, 1981 22x57
21.07.1981
Life on Britain's most celebrated street continues. Revelations are made public knowledge, as neighbours gossip about one another openly. The Rovers Return at the heart of the community should be a safe haven for all...but it's not. Fights will break out. Affairs will occur. Births, deaths and marriages. All common factors on 'Coronation Street'... The 1970's were a decade of great triumph for the soap. As Ken Barlow moved from wife to wife, legendary characters like Jack and Vera Duckworth were introduced and found a way into a nation's heart. And the dynamic between Stan and Hilda Ogden was simply unforgetable. By the 1980's Thacherism had hit the whole of Britain, and with new competition from BBC TV's 'Eastenders', Coronation Street was forced to roll with the times, focusing on the social realism of the decade, and in particular, the effect it had on the people of the time. It was also a decade we bid farewell to Eda Sharples, Hilda and Stan, and other memoriable cast members from the show's past. But in their place came a whole new generation of stars ready to light up our screens... Featuring unforgetable characters, and some of the funniest dialogue ever heard on screen, it's not hard to see why this show has become such a television institution which millions tune into ever week.
 
Wed 15 Jul, 1981 22x56
16.07.1981
Life on Britain's most celebrated street continues. Revelations are made public knowledge, as neighbours gossip about one another openly. The Rovers Return at the heart of the community should be a safe haven for all...but it's not. Fights will break out. Affairs will occur. Births, deaths and marriages. All common factors on 'Coronation Street'... The 1970's were a decade of great triumph for the soap. As Ken Barlow moved from wife to wife, legendary characters like Jack and Vera Duckworth were introduced and found a way into a nation's heart. And the dynamic between Stan and Hilda Ogden was simply unforgetable. By the 1980's Thacherism had hit the whole of Britain, and with new competition from BBC TV's 'Eastenders', Coronation Street was forced to roll with the times, focusing on the social realism of the decade, and in particular, the effect it had on the people of the time. It was also a decade we bid farewell to Eda Sharples, Hilda and Stan, and other memoriable cast members from the show's past. But in their place came a whole new generation of stars ready to light up our screens... Featuring unforgetable characters, and some of the funniest dialogue ever heard on screen, it's not hard to see why this show has become such a television institution which millions tune into ever week.
 
Mon 13 Jul, 1981 22x55
14.07.1981
Life on Britain's most celebrated street continues. Revelations are made public knowledge, as neighbours gossip about one another openly. The Rovers Return at the heart of the community should be a safe haven for all...but it's not. Fights will break out. Affairs will occur. Births, deaths and marriages. All common factors on 'Coronation Street'... The 1970's were a decade of great triumph for the soap. As Ken Barlow moved from wife to wife, legendary characters like Jack and Vera Duckworth were introduced and found a way into a nation's heart. And the dynamic between Stan and Hilda Ogden was simply unforgetable. By the 1980's Thacherism had hit the whole of Britain, and with new competition from BBC TV's 'Eastenders', Coronation Street was forced to roll with the times, focusing on the social realism of the decade, and in particular, the effect it had on the people of the time. It was also a decade we bid farewell to Eda Sharples, Hilda and Stan, and other memoriable cast members from the show's past. But in their place came a whole new generation of stars ready to light up our screens... Featuring unforgetable characters, and some of the funniest dialogue ever heard on screen, it's not hard to see why this show has become such a television institution which millions tune into ever week.
 
Wed 8 Jul, 1981 22x54
09.07.1981
Life on Britain's most celebrated street continues. Revelations are made public knowledge, as neighbours gossip about one another openly. The Rovers Return at the heart of the community should be a safe haven for all...but it's not. Fights will break out. Affairs will occur. Births, deaths and marriages. All common factors on 'Coronation Street'... The 1970's were a decade of great triumph for the soap. As Ken Barlow moved from wife to wife, legendary characters like Jack and Vera Duckworth were introduced and found a way into a nation's heart. And the dynamic between Stan and Hilda Ogden was simply unforgetable. By the 1980's Thacherism had hit the whole of Britain, and with new competition from BBC TV's 'Eastenders', Coronation Street was forced to roll with the times, focusing on the social realism of the decade, and in particular, the effect it had on the people of the time. It was also a decade we bid farewell to Eda Sharples, Hilda and Stan, and other memoriable cast members from the show's past. But in their place came a whole new generation of stars ready to light up our screens... Featuring unforgetable characters, and some of the funniest dialogue ever heard on screen, it's not hard to see why this show has become such a television institution which millions tune into ever week.
 
Mon 6 Jul, 1981 22x53
07.07.1981
Life on Britain's most celebrated street continues. Revelations are made public knowledge, as neighbours gossip about one another openly. The Rovers Return at the heart of the community should be a safe haven for all...but it's not. Fights will break out. Affairs will occur. Births, deaths and marriages. All common factors on 'Coronation Street'... The 1970's were a decade of great triumph for the soap. As Ken Barlow moved from wife to wife, legendary characters like Jack and Vera Duckworth were introduced and found a way into a nation's heart. And the dynamic between Stan and Hilda Ogden was simply unforgetable. By the 1980's Thacherism had hit the whole of Britain, and with new competition from BBC TV's 'Eastenders', Coronation Street was forced to roll with the times, focusing on the social realism of the decade, and in particular, the effect it had on the people of the time. It was also a decade we bid farewell to Eda Sharples, Hilda and Stan, and other memoriable cast members from the show's past. But in their place came a whole new generation of stars ready to light up our screens... Featuring unforgetable characters, and some of the funniest dialogue ever heard on screen, it's not hard to see why this show has become such a television institution which millions tune into ever week.
 
Wed 1 Jul, 1981 22x52
02.07.1981
Life on Britain's most celebrated street continues. Revelations are made public knowledge, as neighbours gossip about one another openly. The Rovers Return at the heart of the community should be a safe haven for all...but it's not. Fights will break out. Affairs will occur. Births, deaths and marriages. All common factors on 'Coronation Street'... The 1970's were a decade of great triumph for the soap. As Ken Barlow moved from wife to wife, legendary characters like Jack and Vera Duckworth were introduced and found a way into a nation's heart. And the dynamic between Stan and Hilda Ogden was simply unforgetable. By the 1980's Thacherism had hit the whole of Britain, and with new competition from BBC TV's 'Eastenders', Coronation Street was forced to roll with the times, focusing on the social realism of the decade, and in particular, the effect it had on the people of the time. It was also a decade we bid farewell to Eda Sharples, Hilda and Stan, and other memoriable cast members from the show's past. But in their place came a whole new generation of stars ready to light up our screens... Featuring unforgetable characters, and some of the funniest dialogue ever heard on screen, it's not hard to see why this show has become such a television institution which millions tune into ever week.
 
Mon 29 Jun, 1981 22x51
30.06.1981
Life on Britain's most celebrated street continues. Revelations are made public knowledge, as neighbours gossip about one another openly. The Rovers Return at the heart of the community should be a safe haven for all...but it's not. Fights will break out. Affairs will occur. Births, deaths and marriages. All common factors on 'Coronation Street'... The 1970's were a decade of great triumph for the soap. As Ken Barlow moved from wife to wife, legendary characters like Jack and Vera Duckworth were introduced and found a way into a nation's heart. And the dynamic between Stan and Hilda Ogden was simply unforgetable. By the 1980's Thacherism had hit the whole of Britain, and with new competition from BBC TV's 'Eastenders', Coronation Street was forced to roll with the times, focusing on the social realism of the decade, and in particular, the effect it had on the people of the time. It was also a decade we bid farewell to Eda Sharples, Hilda and Stan, and other memoriable cast members from the show's past. But in their place came a whole new generation of stars ready to light up our screens... Featuring unforgetable characters, and some of the funniest dialogue ever heard on screen, it's not hard to see why this show has become such a television institution which millions tune into ever week.
 
Wed 24 Jun, 1981 22x50
25.06.1981
Life on Britain's most celebrated street continues. Revelations are made public knowledge, as neighbours gossip about one another openly. The Rovers Return at the heart of the community should be a safe haven for all...but it's not. Fights will break out. Affairs will occur. Births, deaths and marriages. All common factors on 'Coronation Street'... The 1970's were a decade of great triumph for the soap. As Ken Barlow moved from wife to wife, legendary characters like Jack and Vera Duckworth were introduced and found a way into a nation's heart. And the dynamic between Stan and Hilda Ogden was simply unforgetable. By the 1980's Thacherism had hit the whole of Britain, and with new competition from BBC TV's 'Eastenders', Coronation Street was forced to roll with the times, focusing on the social realism of the decade, and in particular, the effect it had on the people of the time. It was also a decade we bid farewell to Eda Sharples, Hilda and Stan, and other memoriable cast members from the show's past. But in their place came a whole new generation of stars ready to light up our screens... Featuring unforgetable characters, and some of the funniest dialogue ever heard on screen, it's not hard to see why this show has become such a television institution which millions tune into ever week.
 
Mon 22 Jun, 1981 22x49
23.06.1981
Life on Britain's most celebrated street continues. Revelations are made public knowledge, as neighbours gossip about one another openly. The Rovers Return at the heart of the community should be a safe haven for all...but it's not. Fights will break out. Affairs will occur. Births, deaths and marriages. All common factors on 'Coronation Street'... The 1970's were a decade of great triumph for the soap. As Ken Barlow moved from wife to wife, legendary characters like Jack and Vera Duckworth were introduced and found a way into a nation's heart. And the dynamic between Stan and Hilda Ogden was simply unforgetable. By the 1980's Thacherism had hit the whole of Britain, and with new competition from BBC TV's 'Eastenders', Coronation Street was forced to roll with the times, focusing on the social realism of the decade, and in particular, the effect it had on the people of the time. It was also a decade we bid farewell to Eda Sharples, Hilda and Stan, and other memoriable cast members from the show's past. But in their place came a whole new generation of stars ready to light up our screens... Featuring unforgetable characters, and some of the funniest dialogue ever heard on screen, it's not hard to see why this show has become such a television institution which millions tune into ever week.
 
17th June 1981 22x48
18.06.1981
 
Mon 15 Jun, 1981 22x47
16.06.1981
Life on Britain's most celebrated street continues. Revelations are made public knowledge, as neighbours gossip about one another openly. The Rovers Return at the heart of the community should be a safe haven for all...but it's not. Fights will break out. Affairs will occur. Births, deaths and marriages. All common factors on 'Coronation Street'... The 1970's were a decade of great triumph for the soap. As Ken Barlow moved from wife to wife, legendary characters like Jack and Vera Duckworth were introduced and found a way into a nation's heart. And the dynamic between Stan and Hilda Ogden was simply unforgetable. By the 1980's Thacherism had hit the whole of Britain, and with new competition from BBC TV's 'Eastenders', Coronation Street was forced to roll with the times, focusing on the social realism of the decade, and in particular, the effect it had on the people of the time. It was also a decade we bid farewell to Eda Sharples, Hilda and Stan, and other memoriable cast members from the show's past. But in their place came a whole new generation of stars ready to light up our screens... Featuring unforgetable characters, and some of the funniest dialogue ever heard on screen, it's not hard to see why this show has become such a television institution which millions tune into ever week.
 
Wed 10 Jun, 1981 22x46
11.06.1981
Life on Britain's most celebrated street continues. Revelations are made public knowledge, as neighbours gossip about one another openly. The Rovers Return at the heart of the community should be a safe haven for all...but it's not. Fights will break out. Affairs will occur. Births, deaths and marriages. All common factors on 'Coronation Street'... The 1970's were a decade of great triumph for the soap. As Ken Barlow moved from wife to wife, legendary characters like Jack and Vera Duckworth were introduced and found a way into a nation's heart. And the dynamic between Stan and Hilda Ogden was simply unforgetable. By the 1980's Thacherism had hit the whole of Britain, and with new competition from BBC TV's 'Eastenders', Coronation Street was forced to roll with the times, focusing on the social realism of the decade, and in particular, the effect it had on the people of the time. It was also a decade we bid farewell to Eda Sharples, Hilda and Stan, and other memoriable cast members from the show's past. But in their place came a whole new generation of stars ready to light up our screens... Featuring unforgetable characters, and some of the funniest dialogue ever heard on screen, it's not hard to see why this show has become such a television institution which millions tune into ever week.
 
Mon 8 Jun, 1981 22x45
09.06.1981
Life on Britain's most celebrated street continues. Revelations are made public knowledge, as neighbours gossip about one another openly. The Rovers Return at the heart of the community should be a safe haven for all...but it's not. Fights will break out. Affairs will occur. Births, deaths and marriages. All common factors on 'Coronation Street'... The 1970's were a decade of great triumph for the soap. As Ken Barlow moved from wife to wife, legendary characters like Jack and Vera Duckworth were introduced and found a way into a nation's heart. And the dynamic between Stan and Hilda Ogden was simply unforgetable. By the 1980's Thacherism had hit the whole of Britain, and with new competition from BBC TV's 'Eastenders', Coronation Street was forced to roll with the times, focusing on the social realism of the decade, and in particular, the effect it had on the people of the time. It was also a decade we bid farewell to Eda Sharples, Hilda and Stan, and other memoriable cast members from the show's past. But in their place came a whole new generation of stars ready to light up our screens... Featuring unforgetable characters, and some of the funniest dialogue ever heard on screen, it's not hard to see why this show has become such a television institution which millions tune into ever week.
 
Wed 3 Jun, 1981 22x44
04.06.1981
Life on Britain's most celebrated street continues. Revelations are made public knowledge, as neighbours gossip about one another openly. The Rovers Return at the heart of the community should be a safe haven for all...but it's not. Fights will break out. Affairs will occur. Births, deaths and marriages. All common factors on 'Coronation Street'... The 1970's were a decade of great triumph for the soap. As Ken Barlow moved from wife to wife, legendary characters like Jack and Vera Duckworth were introduced and found a way into a nation's heart. And the dynamic between Stan and Hilda Ogden was simply unforgetable. By the 1980's Thacherism had hit the whole of Britain, and with new competition from BBC TV's 'Eastenders', Coronation Street was forced to roll with the times, focusing on the social realism of the decade, and in particular, the effect it had on the people of the time. It was also a decade we bid farewell to Eda Sharples, Hilda and Stan, and other memoriable cast members from the show's past. But in their place came a whole new generation of stars ready to light up our screens... Featuring unforgetable characters, and some of the funniest dialogue ever heard on screen, it's not hard to see why this show has become such a television institution which millions tune into ever week.
 
Mon 1 Jun, 1981 22x43
02.06.1981
Life on Britain's most celebrated street continues. Revelations are made public knowledge, as neighbours gossip about one another openly. The Rovers Return at the heart of the community should be a safe haven for all...but it's not. Fights will break out. Affairs will occur. Births, deaths and marriages. All common factors on 'Coronation Street'... The 1970's were a decade of great triumph for the soap. As Ken Barlow moved from wife to wife, legendary characters like Jack and Vera Duckworth were introduced and found a way into a nation's heart. And the dynamic between Stan and Hilda Ogden was simply unforgetable. By the 1980's Thacherism had hit the whole of Britain, and with new competition from BBC TV's 'Eastenders', Coronation Street was forced to roll with the times, focusing on the social realism of the decade, and in particular, the effect it had on the people of the time. It was also a decade we bid farewell to Eda Sharples, Hilda and Stan, and other memoriable cast members from the show's past. But in their place came a whole new generation of stars ready to light up our screens... Featuring unforgetable characters, and some of the funniest dialogue ever heard on screen, it's not hard to see why this show has become such a television institution which millions tune into ever week.
 
Wed 27 May, 1981 22x42
28.05.1981
Life on Britain's most celebrated street continues. Revelations are made public knowledge, as neighbours gossip about one another openly. The Rovers Return at the heart of the community should be a safe haven for all...but it's not. Fights will break out. Affairs will occur. Births, deaths and marriages. All common factors on 'Coronation Street'... The 1970's were a decade of great triumph for the soap. As Ken Barlow moved from wife to wife, legendary characters like Jack and Vera Duckworth were introduced and found a way into a nation's heart. And the dynamic between Stan and Hilda Ogden was simply unforgetable. By the 1980's Thacherism had hit the whole of Britain, and with new competition from BBC TV's 'Eastenders', Coronation Street was forced to roll with the times, focusing on the social realism of the decade, and in particular, the effect it had on the people of the time. It was also a decade we bid farewell to Eda Sharples, Hilda and Stan, and other memoriable cast members from the show's past. But in their place came a whole new generation of stars ready to light up our screens... Featuring unforgetable characters, and some of the funniest dialogue ever heard on screen, it's not hard to see why this show has become such a television institution which millions tune into ever week.
 
25th May 1981 22x41
26.05.1981
 
Wed 20 May, 1981 22x40
21.05.1981
Life on Britain's most celebrated street continues. Revelations are made public knowledge, as neighbours gossip about one another openly. The Rovers Return at the heart of the community should be a safe haven for all...but it's not. Fights will break out. Affairs will occur. Births, deaths and marriages. All common factors on 'Coronation Street'... The 1970's were a decade of great triumph for the soap. As Ken Barlow moved from wife to wife, legendary characters like Jack and Vera Duckworth were introduced and found a way into a nation's heart. And the dynamic between Stan and Hilda Ogden was simply unforgetable. By the 1980's Thacherism had hit the whole of Britain, and with new competition from BBC TV's 'Eastenders', Coronation Street was forced to roll with the times, focusing on the social realism of the decade, and in particular, the effect it had on the people of the time. It was also a decade we bid farewell to Eda Sharples, Hilda and Stan, and other memoriable cast members from the show's past. But in their place came a whole new generation of stars ready to light up our screens... Featuring unforgetable characters, and some of the funniest dialogue ever heard on screen, it's not hard to see why this show has become such a television institution which millions tune into ever week.
 
Mon 18 May, 1981 22x39
19.05.1981
Life on Britain's most celebrated street continues. Revelations are made public knowledge, as neighbours gossip about one another openly. The Rovers Return at the heart of the community should be a safe haven for all...but it's not. Fights will break out. Affairs will occur. Births, deaths and marriages. All common factors on 'Coronation Street'... The 1970's were a decade of great triumph for the soap. As Ken Barlow moved from wife to wife, legendary characters like Jack and Vera Duckworth were introduced and found a way into a nation's heart. And the dynamic between Stan and Hilda Ogden was simply unforgetable. By the 1980's Thacherism had hit the whole of Britain, and with new competition from BBC TV's 'Eastenders', Coronation Street was forced to roll with the times, focusing on the social realism of the decade, and in particular, the effect it had on the people of the time. It was also a decade we bid farewell to Eda Sharples, Hilda and Stan, and other memoriable cast members from the show's past. But in their place came a whole new generation of stars ready to light up our screens... Featuring unforgetable characters, and some of the funniest dialogue ever heard on screen, it's not hard to see why this show has become such a television institution which millions tune into ever week.
 
Wed 13 May, 1981 22x38
14.05.1981
Life on Britain's most celebrated street continues. Revelations are made public knowledge, as neighbours gossip about one another openly. The Rovers Return at the heart of the community should be a safe haven for all...but it's not. Fights will break out. Affairs will occur. Births, deaths and marriages. All common factors on 'Coronation Street'... The 1970's were a decade of great triumph for the soap. As Ken Barlow moved from wife to wife, legendary characters like Jack and Vera Duckworth were introduced and found a way into a nation's heart. And the dynamic between Stan and Hilda Ogden was simply unforgetable. By the 1980's Thacherism had hit the whole of Britain, and with new competition from BBC TV's 'Eastenders', Coronation Street was forced to roll with the times, focusing on the social realism of the decade, and in particular, the effect it had on the people of the time. It was also a decade we bid farewell to Eda Sharples, Hilda and Stan, and other memoriable cast members from the show's past. But in their place came a whole new generation of stars ready to light up our screens... Featuring unforgetable characters, and some of the funniest dialogue ever heard on screen, it's not hard to see why this show has become such a television institution which millions tune into ever week.
 
Mon 11 May, 1981 22x37
12.05.1981
Life on Britain's most celebrated street continues. Revelations are made public knowledge, as neighbours gossip about one another openly. The Rovers Return at the heart of the community should be a safe haven for all...but it's not. Fights will break out. Affairs will occur. Births, deaths and marriages. All common factors on 'Coronation Street'... The 1970's were a decade of great triumph for the soap. As Ken Barlow moved from wife to wife, legendary characters like Jack and Vera Duckworth were introduced and found a way into a nation's heart. And the dynamic between Stan and Hilda Ogden was simply unforgetable. By the 1980's Thacherism had hit the whole of Britain, and with new competition from BBC TV's 'Eastenders', Coronation Street was forced to roll with the times, focusing on the social realism of the decade, and in particular, the effect it had on the people of the time. It was also a decade we bid farewell to Eda Sharples, Hilda and Stan, and other memoriable cast members from the show's past. But in their place came a whole new generation of stars ready to light up our screens... Featuring unforgetable characters, and some of the funniest dialogue ever heard on screen, it's not hard to see why this show has become such a television institution which millions tune into ever week.
 
Wed 6 May, 1981 22x36
07.05.1981
Life on Britain's most celebrated street continues. Revelations are made public knowledge, as neighbours gossip about one another openly. The Rovers Return at the heart of the community should be a safe haven for all...but it's not. Fights will break out. Affairs will occur. Births, deaths and marriages. All common factors on 'Coronation Street'... The 1970's were a decade of great triumph for the soap. As Ken Barlow moved from wife to wife, legendary characters like Jack and Vera Duckworth were introduced and found a way into a nation's heart. And the dynamic between Stan and Hilda Ogden was simply unforgetable. By the 1980's Thacherism had hit the whole of Britain, and with new competition from BBC TV's 'Eastenders', Coronation Street was forced to roll with the times, focusing on the social realism of the decade, and in particular, the effect it had on the people of the time. It was also a decade we bid farewell to Eda Sharples, Hilda and Stan, and other memoriable cast members from the show's past. But in their place came a whole new generation of stars ready to light up our screens... Featuring unforgetable characters, and some of the funniest dialogue ever heard on screen, it's not hard to see why this show has become such a television institution which millions tune into ever week.
 
Mon 4 May, 1981 22x35
05.05.1981
Life on Britain's most celebrated street continues. Revelations are made public knowledge, as neighbours gossip about one another openly. The Rovers Return at the heart of the community should be a safe haven for all...but it's not. Fights will break out. Affairs will occur. Births, deaths and marriages. All common factors on 'Coronation Street'... The 1970's were a decade of great triumph for the soap. As Ken Barlow moved from wife to wife, legendary characters like Jack and Vera Duckworth were introduced and found a way into a nation's heart. And the dynamic between Stan and Hilda Ogden was simply unforgetable. By the 1980's Thacherism had hit the whole of Britain, and with new competition from BBC TV's 'Eastenders', Coronation Street was forced to roll with the times, focusing on the social realism of the decade, and in particular, the effect it had on the people of the time. It was also a decade we bid farewell to Eda Sharples, Hilda and Stan, and other memoriable cast members from the show's past. But in their place came a whole new generation of stars ready to light up our screens... Featuring unforgetable characters, and some of the funniest dialogue ever heard on screen, it's not hard to see why this show has become such a television institution which millions tune into ever week.
 
29th April 1981 22x34
30.04.1981
 
Mon 27 Apr, 1981 22x33
28.04.1981
Life on Britain's most celebrated street continues. Revelations are made public knowledge, as neighbours gossip about one another openly. The Rovers Return at the heart of the community should be a safe haven for all...but it's not. Fights will break out. Affairs will occur. Births, deaths and marriages. All common factors on 'Coronation Street'... The 1970's were a decade of great triumph for the soap. As Ken Barlow moved from wife to wife, legendary characters like Jack and Vera Duckworth were introduced and found a way into a nation's heart. And the dynamic between Stan and Hilda Ogden was simply unforgetable. By the 1980's Thacherism had hit the whole of Britain, and with new competition from BBC TV's 'Eastenders', Coronation Street was forced to roll with the times, focusing on the social realism of the decade, and in particular, the effect it had on the people of the time. It was also a decade we bid farewell to Eda Sharples, Hilda and Stan, and other memoriable cast members from the show's past. But in their place came a whole new generation of stars ready to light up our screens... Featuring unforgetable characters, and some of the funniest dialogue ever heard on screen, it's not hard to see why this show has become such a television institution which millions tune into ever week.
 
Wed 22 Apr, 1981 22x32
23.04.1981
Life on Britain's most celebrated street continues. Revelations are made public knowledge, as neighbours gossip about one another openly. The Rovers Return at the heart of the community should be a safe haven for all...but it's not. Fights will break out. Affairs will occur. Births, deaths and marriages. All common factors on 'Coronation Street'... The 1970's were a decade of great triumph for the soap. As Ken Barlow moved from wife to wife, legendary characters like Jack and Vera Duckworth were introduced and found a way into a nation's heart. And the dynamic between Stan and Hilda Ogden was simply unforgetable. By the 1980's Thacherism had hit the whole of Britain, and with new competition from BBC TV's 'Eastenders', Coronation Street was forced to roll with the times, focusing on the social realism of the decade, and in particular, the effect it had on the people of the time. It was also a decade we bid farewell to Eda Sharples, Hilda and Stan, and other memoriable cast members from the show's past. But in their place came a whole new generation of stars ready to light up our screens... Featuring unforgetable characters, and some of the funniest dialogue ever heard on screen, it's not hard to see why this show has become such a television institution which millions tune into ever week.
 
Mon 20 Apr, 1981 22x31
21.04.1981
Life on Britain's most celebrated street continues. Revelations are made public knowledge, as neighbours gossip about one another openly. The Rovers Return at the heart of the community should be a safe haven for all...but it's not. Fights will break out. Affairs will occur. Births, deaths and marriages. All common factors on 'Coronation Street'... The 1970's were a decade of great triumph for the soap. As Ken Barlow moved from wife to wife, legendary characters like Jack and Vera Duckworth were introduced and found a way into a nation's heart. And the dynamic between Stan and Hilda Ogden was simply unforgetable. By the 1980's Thacherism had hit the whole of Britain, and with new competition from BBC TV's 'Eastenders', Coronation Street was forced to roll with the times, focusing on the social realism of the decade, and in particular, the effect it had on the people of the time. It was also a decade we bid farewell to Eda Sharples, Hilda and Stan, and other memoriable cast members from the show's past. But in their place came a whole new generation of stars ready to light up our screens... Featuring unforgetable characters, and some of the funniest dialogue ever heard on screen, it's not hard to see why this show has become such a television institution which millions tune into ever week.
 
Wed 15 Apr, 1981 22x30
16.04.1981
Life on Britain's most celebrated street continues. Revelations are made public knowledge, as neighbours gossip about one another openly. The Rovers Return at the heart of the community should be a safe haven for all...but it's not. Fights will break out. Affairs will occur. Births, deaths and marriages. All common factors on 'Coronation Street'... The 1970's were a decade of great triumph for the soap. As Ken Barlow moved from wife to wife, legendary characters like Jack and Vera Duckworth were introduced and found a way into a nation's heart. And the dynamic between Stan and Hilda Ogden was simply unforgetable. By the 1980's Thacherism had hit the whole of Britain, and with new competition from BBC TV's 'Eastenders', Coronation Street was forced to roll with the times, focusing on the social realism of the decade, and in particular, the effect it had on the people of the time. It was also a decade we bid farewell to Eda Sharples, Hilda and Stan, and other memoriable cast members from the show's past. But in their place came a whole new generation of stars ready to light up our screens... Featuring unforgetable characters, and some of the funniest dialogue ever heard on screen, it's not hard to see why this show has become such a television institution which millions tune into ever week.
 
Mon 13 Apr, 1981 22x29
14.04.1981
Life on Britain's most celebrated street continues. Revelations are made public knowledge, as neighbours gossip about one another openly. The Rovers Return at the heart of the community should be a safe haven for all...but it's not. Fights will break out. Affairs will occur. Births, deaths and marriages. All common factors on 'Coronation Street'... The 1970's were a decade of great triumph for the soap. As Ken Barlow moved from wife to wife, legendary characters like Jack and Vera Duckworth were introduced and found a way into a nation's heart. And the dynamic between Stan and Hilda Ogden was simply unforgetable. By the 1980's Thacherism had hit the whole of Britain, and with new competition from BBC TV's 'Eastenders', Coronation Street was forced to roll with the times, focusing on the social realism of the decade, and in particular, the effect it had on the people of the time. It was also a decade we bid farewell to Eda Sharples, Hilda and Stan, and other memoriable cast members from the show's past. But in their place came a whole new generation of stars ready to light up our screens... Featuring unforgetable characters, and some of the funniest dialogue ever heard on screen, it's not hard to see why this show has become such a television institution which millions tune into ever week.
 
Wed 8 Apr, 1981 22x28
09.04.1981
Life on Britain's most celebrated street continues. Revelations are made public knowledge, as neighbours gossip about one another openly. The Rovers Return at the heart of the community should be a safe haven for all...but it's not. Fights will break out. Affairs will occur. Births, deaths and marriages. All common factors on 'Coronation Street'... The 1970's were a decade of great triumph for the soap. As Ken Barlow moved from wife to wife, legendary characters like Jack and Vera Duckworth were introduced and found a way into a nation's heart. And the dynamic between Stan and Hilda Ogden was simply unforgetable. By the 1980's Thacherism had hit the whole of Britain, and with new competition from BBC TV's 'Eastenders', Coronation Street was forced to roll with the times, focusing on the social realism of the decade, and in particular, the effect it had on the people of the time. It was also a decade we bid farewell to Eda Sharples, Hilda and Stan, and other memoriable cast members from the show's past. But in their place came a whole new generation of stars ready to light up our screens... Featuring unforgetable characters, and some of the funniest dialogue ever heard on screen, it's not hard to see why this show has become such a television institution which millions tune into ever week.
 
Mon 6 Apr, 1981 22x27
07.04.1981
Life on Britain's most celebrated street continues. Revelations are made public knowledge, as neighbours gossip about one another openly. The Rovers Return at the heart of the community should be a safe haven for all...but it's not. Fights will break out. Affairs will occur. Births, deaths and marriages. All common factors on 'Coronation Street'... The 1970's were a decade of great triumph for the soap. As Ken Barlow moved from wife to wife, legendary characters like Jack and Vera Duckworth were introduced and found a way into a nation's heart. And the dynamic between Stan and Hilda Ogden was simply unforgetable. By the 1980's Thacherism had hit the whole of Britain, and with new competition from BBC TV's 'Eastenders', Coronation Street was forced to roll with the times, focusing on the social realism of the decade, and in particular, the effect it had on the people of the time. It was also a decade we bid farewell to Eda Sharples, Hilda and Stan, and other memoriable cast members from the show's past. But in their place came a whole new generation of stars ready to light up our screens... Featuring unforgetable characters, and some of the funniest dialogue ever heard on screen, it's not hard to see why this show has become such a television institution which millions tune into ever week.
 
1st April 1981 22x26
02.04.1981
 
Mon 30 Mar, 1981 22x25
31.03.1981
Life on Britain's most celebrated street continues. Revelations are made public knowledge, as neighbours gossip about one another openly. The Rovers Return at the heart of the community should be a safe haven for all...but it's not. Fights will break out. Affairs will occur. Births, deaths and marriages. All common factors on 'Coronation Street'... The 1970's were a decade of great triumph for the soap. As Ken Barlow moved from wife to wife, legendary characters like Jack and Vera Duckworth were introduced and found a way into a nation's heart. And the dynamic between Stan and Hilda Ogden was simply unforgetable. By the 1980's Thacherism had hit the whole of Britain, and with new competition from BBC TV's 'Eastenders', Coronation Street was forced to roll with the times, focusing on the social realism of the decade, and in particular, the effect it had on the people of the time. It was also a decade we bid farewell to Eda Sharples, Hilda and Stan, and other memoriable cast members from the show's past. But in their place came a whole new generation of stars ready to light up our screens... Featuring unforgetable characters, and some of the funniest dialogue ever heard on screen, it's not hard to see why this show has become such a television institution which millions tune into ever week.
 
Wed 25 Mar, 1981 22x24
26.03.1981
Life on Britain's most celebrated street continues. Revelations are made public knowledge, as neighbours gossip about one another openly. The Rovers Return at the heart of the community should be a safe haven for all...but it's not. Fights will break out. Affairs will occur. Births, deaths and marriages. All common factors on 'Coronation Street'... The 1970's were a decade of great triumph for the soap. As Ken Barlow moved from wife to wife, legendary characters like Jack and Vera Duckworth were introduced and found a way into a nation's heart. And the dynamic between Stan and Hilda Ogden was simply unforgetable. By the 1980's Thacherism had hit the whole of Britain, and with new competition from BBC TV's 'Eastenders', Coronation Street was forced to roll with the times, focusing on the social realism of the decade, and in particular, the effect it had on the people of the time. It was also a decade we bid farewell to Eda Sharples, Hilda and Stan, and other memoriable cast members from the show's past. But in their place came a whole new generation of stars ready to light up our screens... Featuring unforgetable characters, and some of the funniest dialogue ever heard on screen, it's not hard to see why this show has become such a television institution which millions tune into ever week.
 
Mon 23 Mar, 1981 22x23
24.03.1981
Life on Britain's most celebrated street continues. Revelations are made public knowledge, as neighbours gossip about one another openly. The Rovers Return at the heart of the community should be a safe haven for all...but it's not. Fights will break out. Affairs will occur. Births, deaths and marriages. All common factors on 'Coronation Street'... The 1970's were a decade of great triumph for the soap. As Ken Barlow moved from wife to wife, legendary characters like Jack and Vera Duckworth were introduced and found a way into a nation's heart. And the dynamic between Stan and Hilda Ogden was simply unforgetable. By the 1980's Thacherism had hit the whole of Britain, and with new competition from BBC TV's 'Eastenders', Coronation Street was forced to roll with the times, focusing on the social realism of the decade, and in particular, the effect it had on the people of the time. It was also a decade we bid farewell to Eda Sharples, Hilda and Stan, and other memoriable cast members from the show's past. But in their place came a whole new generation of stars ready to light up our screens... Featuring unforgetable characters, and some of the funniest dialogue ever heard on screen, it's not hard to see why this show has become such a television institution which millions tune into ever week.
 
Wed 18 Mar, 1981 22x22
19.03.1981
Life on Britain's most celebrated street continues. Revelations are made public knowledge, as neighbours gossip about one another openly. The Rovers Return at the heart of the community should be a safe haven for all...but it's not. Fights will break out. Affairs will occur. Births, deaths and marriages. All common factors on 'Coronation Street'... The 1970's were a decade of great triumph for the soap. As Ken Barlow moved from wife to wife, legendary characters like Jack and Vera Duckworth were introduced and found a way into a nation's heart. And the dynamic between Stan and Hilda Ogden was simply unforgetable. By the 1980's Thacherism had hit the whole of Britain, and with new competition from BBC TV's 'Eastenders', Coronation Street was forced to roll with the times, focusing on the social realism of the decade, and in particular, the effect it had on the people of the time. It was also a decade we bid farewell to Eda Sharples, Hilda and Stan, and other memoriable cast members from the show's past. But in their place came a whole new generation of stars ready to light up our screens... Featuring unforgetable characters, and some of the funniest dialogue ever heard on screen, it's not hard to see why this show has become such a television institution which millions tune into ever week.
 
Mon 16 Mar, 1981 22x21
17.03.1981
Life on Britain's most celebrated street continues. Revelations are made public knowledge, as neighbours gossip about one another openly. The Rovers Return at the heart of the community should be a safe haven for all...but it's not. Fights will break out. Affairs will occur. Births, deaths and marriages. All common factors on 'Coronation Street'... The 1970's were a decade of great triumph for the soap. As Ken Barlow moved from wife to wife, legendary characters like Jack and Vera Duckworth were introduced and found a way into a nation's heart. And the dynamic between Stan and Hilda Ogden was simply unforgetable. By the 1980's Thacherism had hit the whole of Britain, and with new competition from BBC TV's 'Eastenders', Coronation Street was forced to roll with the times, focusing on the social realism of the decade, and in particular, the effect it had on the people of the time. It was also a decade we bid farewell to Eda Sharples, Hilda and Stan, and other memoriable cast members from the show's past. But in their place came a whole new generation of stars ready to light up our screens... Featuring unforgetable characters, and some of the funniest dialogue ever heard on screen, it's not hard to see why this show has become such a television institution which millions tune into ever week.
 
Wed 11 Mar, 1981 22x20
12.03.1981
Life on Britain's most celebrated street continues. Revelations are made public knowledge, as neighbours gossip about one another openly. The Rovers Return at the heart of the community should be a safe haven for all...but it's not. Fights will break out. Affairs will occur. Births, deaths and marriages. All common factors on 'Coronation Street'... The 1970's were a decade of great triumph for the soap. As Ken Barlow moved from wife to wife, legendary characters like Jack and Vera Duckworth were introduced and found a way into a nation's heart. And the dynamic between Stan and Hilda Ogden was simply unforgetable. By the 1980's Thacherism had hit the whole of Britain, and with new competition from BBC TV's 'Eastenders', Coronation Street was forced to roll with the times, focusing on the social realism of the decade, and in particular, the effect it had on the people of the time. It was also a decade we bid farewell to Eda Sharples, Hilda and Stan, and other memoriable cast members from the show's past. But in their place came a whole new generation of stars ready to light up our screens... Featuring unforgetable characters, and some of the funniest dialogue ever heard on screen, it's not hard to see why this show has become such a television institution which millions tune into ever week.
 
9th March 1981 22x19
10.03.1981
 
Wed 4 Mar, 1981 22x18
05.03.1981
Life on Britain's most celebrated street continues. Revelations are made public knowledge, as neighbours gossip about one another openly. The Rovers Return at the heart of the community should be a safe haven for all...but it's not. Fights will break out. Affairs will occur. Births, deaths and marriages. All common factors on 'Coronation Street'... The 1970's were a decade of great triumph for the soap. As Ken Barlow moved from wife to wife, legendary characters like Jack and Vera Duckworth were introduced and found a way into a nation's heart. And the dynamic between Stan and Hilda Ogden was simply unforgetable. By the 1980's Thacherism had hit the whole of Britain, and with new competition from BBC TV's 'Eastenders', Coronation Street was forced to roll with the times, focusing on the social realism of the decade, and in particular, the effect it had on the people of the time. It was also a decade we bid farewell to Eda Sharples, Hilda and Stan, and other memoriable cast members from the show's past. But in their place came a whole new generation of stars ready to light up our screens... Featuring unforgetable characters, and some of the funniest dialogue ever heard on screen, it's not hard to see why this show has become such a television institution which millions tune into ever week.
 
Mon 2 Mar, 1981 22x17
03.03.1981
Life on Britain's most celebrated street continues. Revelations are made public knowledge, as neighbours gossip about one another openly. The Rovers Return at the heart of the community should be a safe haven for all...but it's not. Fights will break out. Affairs will occur. Births, deaths and marriages. All common factors on 'Coronation Street'... The 1970's were a decade of great triumph for the soap. As Ken Barlow moved from wife to wife, legendary characters like Jack and Vera Duckworth were introduced and found a way into a nation's heart. And the dynamic between Stan and Hilda Ogden was simply unforgetable. By the 1980's Thacherism had hit the whole of Britain, and with new competition from BBC TV's 'Eastenders', Coronation Street was forced to roll with the times, focusing on the social realism of the decade, and in particular, the effect it had on the people of the time. It was also a decade we bid farewell to Eda Sharples, Hilda and Stan, and other memoriable cast members from the show's past. But in their place came a whole new generation of stars ready to light up our screens... Featuring unforgetable characters, and some of the funniest dialogue ever heard on screen, it's not hard to see why this show has become such a television institution which millions tune into ever week.
 
Wed 25 Feb, 1981 22x16
26.02.1981
Life on Britain's most celebrated street continues. Revelations are made public knowledge, as neighbours gossip about one another openly. The Rovers Return at the heart of the community should be a safe haven for all...but it's not. Fights will break out. Affairs will occur. Births, deaths and marriages. All common factors on 'Coronation Street'... The 1970's were a decade of great triumph for the soap. As Ken Barlow moved from wife to wife, legendary characters like Jack and Vera Duckworth were introduced and found a way into a nation's heart. And the dynamic between Stan and Hilda Ogden was simply unforgetable. By the 1980's Thacherism had hit the whole of Britain, and with new competition from BBC TV's 'Eastenders', Coronation Street was forced to roll with the times, focusing on the social realism of the decade, and in particular, the effect it had on the people of the time. It was also a decade we bid farewell to Eda Sharples, Hilda and Stan, and other memoriable cast members from the show's past. But in their place came a whole new generation of stars ready to light up our screens... Featuring unforgetable characters, and some of the funniest dialogue ever heard on screen, it's not hard to see why this show has become such a television institution which millions tune into ever week.
 
Mon 23 Feb, 1981 22x15
24.02.1981
Life on Britain's most celebrated street continues. Revelations are made public knowledge, as neighbours gossip about one another openly. The Rovers Return at the heart of the community should be a safe haven for all...but it's not. Fights will break out. Affairs will occur. Births, deaths and marriages. All common factors on 'Coronation Street'... The 1970's were a decade of great triumph for the soap. As Ken Barlow moved from wife to wife, legendary characters like Jack and Vera Duckworth were introduced and found a way into a nation's heart. And the dynamic between Stan and Hilda Ogden was simply unforgetable. By the 1980's Thacherism had hit the whole of Britain, and with new competition from BBC TV's 'Eastenders', Coronation Street was forced to roll with the times, focusing on the social realism of the decade, and in particular, the effect it had on the people of the time. It was also a decade we bid farewell to Eda Sharples, Hilda and Stan, and other memoriable cast members from the show's past. But in their place came a whole new generation of stars ready to light up our screens... Featuring unforgetable characters, and some of the funniest dialogue ever heard on screen, it's not hard to see why this show has become such a television institution which millions tune into ever week.
 
Wed 18 Feb, 1981 22x14
19.02.1981
Life on Britain's most celebrated street continues. Revelations are made public knowledge, as neighbours gossip about one another openly. The Rovers Return at the heart of the community should be a safe haven for all...but it's not. Fights will break out. Affairs will occur. Births, deaths and marriages. All common factors on 'Coronation Street'... The 1970's were a decade of great triumph for the soap. As Ken Barlow moved from wife to wife, legendary characters like Jack and Vera Duckworth were introduced and found a way into a nation's heart. And the dynamic between Stan and Hilda Ogden was simply unforgetable. By the 1980's Thacherism had hit the whole of Britain, and with new competition from BBC TV's 'Eastenders', Coronation Street was forced to roll with the times, focusing on the social realism of the decade, and in particular, the effect it had on the people of the time. It was also a decade we bid farewell to Eda Sharples, Hilda and Stan, and other memoriable cast members from the show's past. But in their place came a whole new generation of stars ready to light up our screens... Featuring unforgetable characters, and some of the funniest dialogue ever heard on screen, it's not hard to see why this show has become such a television institution which millions tune into ever week.
 
Mon 16 Feb, 1981 22x13
17.02.1981
Life on Britain's most celebrated street continues. Revelations are made public knowledge, as neighbours gossip about one another openly. The Rovers Return at the heart of the community should be a safe haven for all...but it's not. Fights will break out. Affairs will occur. Births, deaths and marriages. All common factors on 'Coronation Street'... The 1970's were a decade of great triumph for the soap. As Ken Barlow moved from wife to wife, legendary characters like Jack and Vera Duckworth were introduced and found a way into a nation's heart. And the dynamic between Stan and Hilda Ogden was simply unforgetable. By the 1980's Thacherism had hit the whole of Britain, and with new competition from BBC TV's 'Eastenders', Coronation Street was forced to roll with the times, focusing on the social realism of the decade, and in particular, the effect it had on the people of the time. It was also a decade we bid farewell to Eda Sharples, Hilda and Stan, and other memoriable cast members from the show's past. But in their place came a whole new generation of stars ready to light up our screens... Featuring unforgetable characters, and some of the funniest dialogue ever heard on screen, it's not hard to see why this show has become such a television institution which millions tune into ever week.
 
Wed 11 Feb, 1981 22x12
12.02.1981
Life on Britain's most celebrated street continues. Revelations are made public knowledge, as neighbours gossip about one another openly. The Rovers Return at the heart of the community should be a safe haven for all...but it's not. Fights will break out. Affairs will occur. Births, deaths and marriages. All common factors on 'Coronation Street'... The 1970's were a decade of great triumph for the soap. As Ken Barlow moved from wife to wife, legendary characters like Jack and Vera Duckworth were introduced and found a way into a nation's heart. And the dynamic between Stan and Hilda Ogden was simply unforgetable. By the 1980's Thacherism had hit the whole of Britain, and with new competition from BBC TV's 'Eastenders', Coronation Street was forced to roll with the times, focusing on the social realism of the decade, and in particular, the effect it had on the people of the time. It was also a decade we bid farewell to Eda Sharples, Hilda and Stan, and other memoriable cast members from the show's past. But in their place came a whole new generation of stars ready to light up our screens... Featuring unforgetable characters, and some of the funniest dialogue ever heard on screen, it's not hard to see why this show has become such a television institution which millions tune into ever week.
 
Mon 9 Feb, 1981 22x11
10.02.1981
Life on Britain's most celebrated street continues. Revelations are made public knowledge, as neighbours gossip about one another openly. The Rovers Return at the heart of the community should be a safe haven for all...but it's not. Fights will break out. Affairs will occur. Births, deaths and marriages. All common factors on 'Coronation Street'... The 1970's were a decade of great triumph for the soap. As Ken Barlow moved from wife to wife, legendary characters like Jack and Vera Duckworth were introduced and found a way into a nation's heart. And the dynamic between Stan and Hilda Ogden was simply unforgetable. By the 1980's Thacherism had hit the whole of Britain, and with new competition from BBC TV's 'Eastenders', Coronation Street was forced to roll with the times, focusing on the social realism of the decade, and in particular, the effect it had on the people of the time. It was also a decade we bid farewell to Eda Sharples, Hilda and Stan, and other memoriable cast members from the show's past. But in their place came a whole new generation of stars ready to light up our screens... Featuring unforgetable characters, and some of the funniest dialogue ever heard on screen, it's not hard to see why this show has become such a television institution which millions tune into ever week.
 
Wed 4 Feb, 1981 22x10
05.02.1981
Life on Britain's most celebrated street continues. Revelations are made public knowledge, as neighbours gossip about one another openly. The Rovers Return at the heart of the community should be a safe haven for all...but it's not. Fights will break out. Affairs will occur. Births, deaths and marriages. All common factors on 'Coronation Street'... The 1970's were a decade of great triumph for the soap. As Ken Barlow moved from wife to wife, legendary characters like Jack and Vera Duckworth were introduced and found a way into a nation's heart. And the dynamic between Stan and Hilda Ogden was simply unforgetable. By the 1980's Thacherism had hit the whole of Britain, and with new competition from BBC TV's 'Eastenders', Coronation Street was forced to roll with the times, focusing on the social realism of the decade, and in particular, the effect it had on the people of the time. It was also a decade we bid farewell to Eda Sharples, Hilda and Stan, and other memoriable cast members from the show's past. But in their place came a whole new generation of stars ready to light up our screens... Featuring unforgetable characters, and some of the funniest dialogue ever heard on screen, it's not hard to see why this show has become such a television institution which millions tune into ever week.
 
Mon 2 Feb, 1981 22x09
03.02.1981
Life on Britain's most celebrated street continues. Revelations are made public knowledge, as neighbours gossip about one another openly. The Rovers Return at the heart of the community should be a safe haven for all...but it's not. Fights will break out. Affairs will occur. Births, deaths and marriages. All common factors on 'Coronation Street'... The 1970's were a decade of great triumph for the soap. As Ken Barlow moved from wife to wife, legendary characters like Jack and Vera Duckworth were introduced and found a way into a nation's heart. And the dynamic between Stan and Hilda Ogden was simply unforgetable. By the 1980's Thacherism had hit the whole of Britain, and with new competition from BBC TV's 'Eastenders', Coronation Street was forced to roll with the times, focusing on the social realism of the decade, and in particular, the effect it had on the people of the time. It was also a decade we bid farewell to Eda Sharples, Hilda and Stan, and other memoriable cast members from the show's past. But in their place came a whole new generation of stars ready to light up our screens... Featuring unforgetable characters, and some of the funniest dialogue ever heard on screen, it's not hard to see why this show has become such a television institution which millions tune into ever week.
 
Wed 28 Jan, 1981 22x08
29.01.1981
Life on Britain's most celebrated street continues. Revelations are made public knowledge, as neighbours gossip about one another openly. The Rovers Return at the heart of the community should be a safe haven for all...but it's not. Fights will break out. Affairs will occur. Births, deaths and marriages. All common factors on 'Coronation Street'... The 1970's were a decade of great triumph for the soap. As Ken Barlow moved from wife to wife, legendary characters like Jack and Vera Duckworth were introduced and found a way into a nation's heart. And the dynamic between Stan and Hilda Ogden was simply unforgetable. By the 1980's Thacherism had hit the whole of Britain, and with new competition from BBC TV's 'Eastenders', Coronation Street was forced to roll with the times, focusing on the social realism of the decade, and in particular, the effect it had on the people of the time. It was also a decade we bid farewell to Eda Sharples, Hilda and Stan, and other memoriable cast members from the show's past. But in their place came a whole new generation of stars ready to light up our screens... Featuring unforgetable characters, and some of the funniest dialogue ever heard on screen, it's not hard to see why this show has become such a television institution which millions tune into ever week.
 
Mon 26 Jan, 1981 22x07
27.01.1981
Life on Britain's most celebrated street continues. Revelations are made public knowledge, as neighbours gossip about one another openly. The Rovers Return at the heart of the community should be a safe haven for all...but it's not. Fights will break out. Affairs will occur. Births, deaths and marriages. All common factors on 'Coronation Street'... The 1970's were a decade of great triumph for the soap. As Ken Barlow moved from wife to wife, legendary characters like Jack and Vera Duckworth were introduced and found a way into a nation's heart. And the dynamic between Stan and Hilda Ogden was simply unforgetable. By the 1980's Thacherism had hit the whole of Britain, and with new competition from BBC TV's 'Eastenders', Coronation Street was forced to roll with the times, focusing on the social realism of the decade, and in particular, the effect it had on the people of the time. It was also a decade we bid farewell to Eda Sharples, Hilda and Stan, and other memoriable cast members from the show's past. But in their place came a whole new generation of stars ready to light up our screens... Featuring unforgetable characters, and some of the funniest dialogue ever heard on screen, it's not hard to see why this show has become such a television institution which millions tune into ever week.
 
Wed 21 Jan, 1981 22x06
22.01.1981
Life on Britain's most celebrated street continues. Revelations are made public knowledge, as neighbours gossip about one another openly. The Rovers Return at the heart of the community should be a safe haven for all...but it's not. Fights will break out. Affairs will occur. Births, deaths and marriages. All common factors on 'Coronation Street'... The 1970's were a decade of great triumph for the soap. As Ken Barlow moved from wife to wife, legendary characters like Jack and Vera Duckworth were introduced and found a way into a nation's heart. And the dynamic between Stan and Hilda Ogden was simply unforgetable. By the 1980's Thacherism had hit the whole of Britain, and with new competition from BBC TV's 'Eastenders', Coronation Street was forced to roll with the times, focusing on the social realism of the decade, and in particular, the effect it had on the people of the time. It was also a decade we bid farewell to Eda Sharples, Hilda and Stan, and other memoriable cast members from the show's past. But in their place came a whole new generation of stars ready to light up our screens... Featuring unforgetable characters, and some of the funniest dialogue ever heard on screen, it's not hard to see why this show has become such a television institution which millions tune into ever week.
 
Mon 19 Jan, 1981 22x05
20.01.1981
Life on Britain's most celebrated street continues. Revelations are made public knowledge, as neighbours gossip about one another openly. The Rovers Return at the heart of the community should be a safe haven for all...but it's not. Fights will break out. Affairs will occur. Births, deaths and marriages. All common factors on 'Coronation Street'... The 1970's were a decade of great triumph for the soap. As Ken Barlow moved from wife to wife, legendary characters like Jack and Vera Duckworth were introduced and found a way into a nation's heart. And the dynamic between Stan and Hilda Ogden was simply unforgetable. By the 1980's Thacherism had hit the whole of Britain, and with new competition from BBC TV's 'Eastenders', Coronation Street was forced to roll with the times, focusing on the social realism of the decade, and in particular, the effect it had on the people of the time. It was also a decade we bid farewell to Eda Sharples, Hilda and Stan, and other memoriable cast members from the show's past. But in their place came a whole new generation of stars ready to light up our screens... Featuring unforgetable characters, and some of the funniest dialogue ever heard on screen, it's not hard to see why this show has become such a television institution which millions tune into ever week.
 
Wed 14 Jan, 1981 22x04
15.01.1981
Life on Britain's most celebrated street continues. Revelations are made public knowledge, as neighbours gossip about one another openly. The Rovers Return at the heart of the community should be a safe haven for all...but it's not. Fights will break out. Affairs will occur. Births, deaths and marriages. All common factors on 'Coronation Street'... The 1970's were a decade of great triumph for the soap. As Ken Barlow moved from wife to wife, legendary characters like Jack and Vera Duckworth were introduced and found a way into a nation's heart. And the dynamic between Stan and Hilda Ogden was simply unforgetable. By the 1980's Thacherism had hit the whole of Britain, and with new competition from BBC TV's 'Eastenders', Coronation Street was forced to roll with the times, focusing on the social realism of the decade, and in particular, the effect it had on the people of the time. It was also a decade we bid farewell to Eda Sharples, Hilda and Stan, and other memoriable cast members from the show's past. But in their place came a whole new generation of stars ready to light up our screens... Featuring unforgetable characters, and some of the funniest dialogue ever heard on screen, it's not hard to see why this show has become such a television institution which millions tune into ever week.
 
Mon 12 Jan, 1981 22x03
13.01.1981
Life on Britain's most celebrated street continues. Revelations are made public knowledge, as neighbours gossip about one another openly. The Rovers Return at the heart of the community should be a safe haven for all...but it's not. Fights will break out. Affairs will occur. Births, deaths and marriages. All common factors on 'Coronation Street'... The 1970's were a decade of great triumph for the soap. As Ken Barlow moved from wife to wife, legendary characters like Jack and Vera Duckworth were introduced and found a way into a nation's heart. And the dynamic between Stan and Hilda Ogden was simply unforgetable. By the 1980's Thacherism had hit the whole of Britain, and with new competition from BBC TV's 'Eastenders', Coronation Street was forced to roll with the times, focusing on the social realism of the decade, and in particular, the effect it had on the people of the time. It was also a decade we bid farewell to Eda Sharples, Hilda and Stan, and other memoriable cast members from the show's past. But in their place came a whole new generation of stars ready to light up our screens... Featuring unforgetable characters, and some of the funniest dialogue ever heard on screen, it's not hard to see why this show has become such a television institution which millions tune into ever week.
 
Wed 7 Jan, 1981 22x02
08.01.1981
Life on Britain's most celebrated street continues. Revelations are made public knowledge, as neighbours gossip about one another openly. The Rovers Return at the heart of the community should be a safe haven for all...but it's not. Fights will break out. Affairs will occur. Births, deaths and marriages. All common factors on 'Coronation Street'... The 1970's were a decade of great triumph for the soap. As Ken Barlow moved from wife to wife, legendary characters like Jack and Vera Duckworth were introduced and found a way into a nation's heart. And the dynamic between Stan and Hilda Ogden was simply unforgetable. By the 1980's Thacherism had hit the whole of Britain, and with new competition from BBC TV's 'Eastenders', Coronation Street was forced to roll with the times, focusing on the social realism of the decade, and in particular, the effect it had on the people of the time. It was also a decade we bid farewell to Eda Sharples, Hilda and Stan, and other memoriable cast members from the show's past. But in their place came a whole new generation of stars ready to light up our screens... Featuring unforgetable characters, and some of the funniest dialogue ever heard on screen, it's not hard to see why this show has become such a television institution which millions tune into ever week.
 
Mon 5 Jan, 1981 22x01
06.01.1981
Brian and Gail bring the baby home. Audrey and Ivy make a fuss. Albert tells Ken to move the car from outside his front door. Gail can't decide between David or Daniel for a name for the baby. Eddie returns a load of papers from the Kabin to Mavis. She realises the paperboy named Neil Grimshaw has been throwing the papers instead of delivering them. She admits that she's frightened of him. Eddie promises to sort him out. Albert reports the car for obstruction. The police arrive but let Ken park as he lives at No.1. Ivy thinks the baby should be called David while Audrey favours Daniel. Bert and Brian get drunk together in celebration. Eddie and Mavis confront Neil - he swears he hasn't thrown the papers and resigns. Ivy feels that Audrey's way of childrearing is wrong.

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