MONDAY 11 FEBRUARY 2019
The show’s unique blend of heartwarming comedy and powerful drama always remaining at the forefront of its programming since Friday 9 December 1960.
WRITER: Susan Oudot
DIRECTOR: Abe Juckes
SERIES PRODUCER: Iain MacLeod
Gareth Berliner reprises his role as Macca
Peter Barlow takes the wind out of Abi's sail. A loved up Abi has spent the night at number 4 Coronation Street and is clearly loved up. When Peter tells her that Nick and Gail want the boat moving and a mate has offered him a Sailing Gig (they're basically a posher more modernised boat than Lost Buoy is) in Kefalonia in a fortnight and he’s going to accept she is gutted.
Carla Connor loses sleep over Roy losing sleep. Carla is shocked to find Roy sleepwalking in the street and advises him to go and talk to someone as clearly his mum’s death has brought this on.
Johnny and Jenny return to find the pub in a state of disarray and Chesney and Gemma locked in the cellar.
Emma’s appeals for some more shifts fall on deaf ears.
Harry Visinoni as Sebastian Franklin
Alan Halsall as Tyrone Dobbs
Michael Le Vell as Kevin Webster
Sally Dynevor as Sally Metcalfe
Jack P. Shepherd as David Platt
Peter Ash as Paul Foreman
Callum Harrison as Clayton Hibbs
Harry McDermott as Max Turner
Mikey North as Gary Windass
Julia Goulding as Shona Ramsey
Ben Price as Nick Tilsley
Dolly-Rose Campbell as Gemma Winter
Sam Aston as Chesney Brown
Alexandra Madell as Emma Brooker
Sally Carman as Abi Franklin
Elle Mulvaney as Amy Barlow
Macy Alabi as Ruby Soames
Richard Hawley as Johnny Connor
Helen Worth as Gail Rodwell
Brooke Malonie as Lily Platt
Sally Ann Matthews as Jenny Connor
Joe Duttine as Tim Metcalfe
Matilda Freeman as Summer Spellman
Chris Gascoyne as Peter Barlow
David Neilson as Roy Cropper
Alison King as Carla Connor
Gareth Berliner as Macca
Wayne Cater as Mickey
James Foster as Man #1
Anthony Phillips as Man #2
Lost Buoy as Itself