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1997
Episode number 4180
ITV broadcast date 20th April 1997 (Sunday)
Production code P694/4180
Writer Adele Rose
Director Kay Patrick
Previous episode 18th April 1997
Next episode 21st April 1997

Contents

Plot

Alma struggles to free herself in the water and drags Don out of the car. People help free them and the police arrive on the scene. Alma becomes hysterical and refuses to travel to hospital in the same ambulance as Don. Tricia assures Vera that she'll still be able to see Brad and she'll always think of her and Jack as her family. Alma tells the police she wants Don charged with attempted murder. The Platts and Mike are summonds to the hospital. Mike is horrified to hear that Don tried to kill Alma. When she hears what has happened, Gail refuses to visit Don or ask after him, her only concern is for Alma. Chris apologises for making a pass at Angie but tells her she had no right to make him feel small. He is indignant when she tells him he's sweet. Mike goes for Don in the hospital and has to restrained by the nurses. Tricia is amazed to find Terry in the Rovers living room in the early hours of the morning.

Cast

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Guest cast

  • Nurse Delaney - Niamh Daly
  • Passer-by - Paul Walker
  • WPC Berry - Rosalind Philips
  • Voice on answer machine - Jimmy Hibbert

Notes

  • First appearance of Terry Duckworth since 26th June 1996.
  • Ray de Hann was credited as Stunt Arranger and Daniela Biernat for Stunts on this episode.
  • Viewing Figures: UK broadcast - 15,810,000 viewers (5th place - combined figure including repeat).
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