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Episode number 7040
ITV broadcast date 25th March 2009
Production code P694/7040
Writer John Kerr
Director Pip Banyard
Previous episode 23rd March 2009
Next episode 27th March 2009



Natasha is all loved up after her night of passion with Tony but it's clear that he can't wait to get rid of her. Natasha boasts in the salon about her night at Tony's and Maria is surprised to find herself slightly put out by the idea. Later, Tony comes round to see her and as they chat, there's a closeness and ease that hadn't previously been there. But when Maria asks him to put his hand on her stomach and feel the baby kick, he suffers a panic attack.

Chesney gets a letter from school addressed to Fiz and he tries to hide it, but he needn't worry as Fiz is otherwise distracted by a letter from John Stape. She feigns disinterest but it's obvious it's had an effect on her.

Peter needs to palm Simon off on Deirdre so he can spend the afternoon drinking. He tells her that he wants to clean the flat, but when she returns with Simon, it's clear he hasn't done much tidying. She hides her concern but after she's gone, Peter falls and bangs his head scaring poor Simon. Peter tries to lighten the mood but it's clear that he's not fit to care for a child.

Ken spends a lovely few hours with Martha and she invites him to the theatre the following evening and suggests he stay the night. Ken is immediately uncomfortable and guilt ridden, but Martha feels foolish, believing she has rushed things.



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March 2009 episodes
Mon 2nd (1 2) • Wed 4th • Fri 6th (1 2) • Mon 9th (1 2) • Wed 11th • Fri 13th (1 2) • Mon 16th (1 2)
Wed 18th • Fri 20th (1 2) • Mon 23rd (1 2) • Wed 25th • Fri 27th (1 2) • Mon 30th (1 2)

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