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Episode number 4385
ITV broadcast date 13th April 1998 (Monday)
Production code P694/4385
Writer Martin Allen
Director June Howson
Previous episode 12th April 1998
Next episode 15th April 1998



Maxine stays out all night clubbing with Greg. Steve moves into Fiona's flat. Nick's class receives a visit from Darren Whately, a convicted murderer, who talks to them about how awful prison is. Nick is horrified when he listens and suddenly realises that he's the man who killed Brian nine years ago. Mike tells Deirdre about Jon's bigamous marriage and how everyone is working to get her out on bail but she tells him she doesn't want to know as she can't build her hopes up anymore. When she hears of the pains in Jack's legs Maud warns him and Vera to take them seriously as she suffered pains before being crippled by arthritis. Vera insists Jack sees a doctor. Natalie is annoyed when Des makes it clear he's interested in her. She tells him she's not that cheap. Nick questions Gail about Brian's death so she shows him the press cuttings she's kept of the trial. Shannon's crying annoys Nick and Leanne but Zoe doesn't think there's anything wrong with her. Deirdre rows with Maggie Veitch for not passing on Mike's good news and instead injecting her with sedatives. Gail tells Nick that she'd like to kill Brian's killer for all he put them through.



Guest cast

  • Darren Whately - Andy Robb
  • Maggie Veitch - Susan Tordoff
  • Teacher - David Case
  • Joe Harris - John Donnelly


  • Viewing Figures: UK broadcast - 17,510,000 viewers (1st place - combined figure including repeat).
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