Friday 15 May 2020
Devised by Tony Warren
Written by Julie Jones
Directed by Lee Trevor
Series Producer: Iain MacLeod
Michael and Edison face a familiar foe. Ray tells Edison that Don, the new Bistro Manager, isn’t happy with his work. As Michael sets about helping Edison with the fixes, a critical Don makes a racist remark. Edison and Michael are taken aback. When Don makes another racist comment, Edison just lets it go leaving Michael confused. Meanwhile as Tim chats to James about his last match, a Weatherfield County fan approaches and launches a tirade of homophobic abuse at James. Tim steps in and restrains James.
Gemma feels like a fraud. Gemma is nervous at the thought of attending her first post natal depression support group. But when another mother talks about her depression and her inability to cope with her baby, Gemma is enthralled, realising she’s not alone in her thoughts.
At Nick’s request, David talks to Leanne about living with epilepsy.
Meanwhile, Craig suggests to David they go for a run together, David wishes he could get out of it.
Elsewhere, Arthur invites Evelyn to a dance.
Colson Smith as PC Craig Tinker
Joe Duttine as Tim Metcalfe
Daniel Brocklebank as Rev. Billy Mayhew
Peter Ash as Paul Foreman
Elle Mulvaney as Amy Barlow
Kate Ford as Tracy McDonald
Beverley Callard as Elizabeth "Liz" McDonald
William Flanagan as Joseph Brown
Sam Aston as Chesney Brown
Dolly-Rose Campbell as Gemma Winter
Jane Danson as Leanne Battersby
Simon Gregson as Steve McDonald
Alex Bain as Simon Barlow
Ben Price as Nick Tilsley
Trevor Michael Georges as Edison "Ed" Bailey
Mark Frost as Ray Crosby
Jack P. Shepherd as David Platt
Paul Copley as Arthur Melwin
Sue Nicholls as Audrey Roberts
Maureen Lipman as Evelyn Plummer
Alexandra Mardell as Emma Brooker
Georgia Taylor as Toyah Battersby
Nathan Graham as James Bailey
Barbara Knox as Rita Tanner
Elinor Dixon as Heather
Philip Broadbent as Don
Mateusz Mirek as Junior Doctor
Barney Thompson as Football Fan