Episode 1182
Production code P694/182
ITV transmission date 15th May 1972 (Monday)
Stories by Harry Driver
Esther Rose
John Temple
Script editor Malcolm Lynch
Writer Kay McManus
Designer Knowles Bentley
Director Colin Cant
Producer Brian Armstrong
Previous episode 10th May 1972
Next episode 17th May 1972


Maggie returns from visiting Gordon. Archie Crabtree swears vengeance on the porch thief. Hilda accuses the residents. Rita tells Len she has to vacate by the end of the week. Len agrees to help her as she's on the housing list. The Bishops look for ways to get people using the centre. Maggie suggests something fun. Rita introduces Len to her husband Harry Bates, convinced Len will get them a house. Len arranges an appointment with them and the housing committee. Lucille suggests a talent show at the centre. They decide on a street band. Sid Bolton, Brewery rep, asks Billy if he's thought of running the Rovers.


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Notable dialogueEdit

Ernie Bishop: "I sometimes think the corner shop replaces the chapel for telling troubles."


Hilda Ogden (to Archie Crabtree): “Oh Archie I say this for yer, you might be a boozer and my Stan's not, but when it comes to being fierce and masterful you're both alike.”

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