|ITV transmission date||10th November 1975 (Monday)|
|Stories by|| Peter Tonkinson|
|Script editor||Leslie Duxbury|
|Previous episode||5th November 1975|
|Next episode||12th November 1975|
Frank Bradley returns to Weatherfield, working for the brewery. Ken is discouraged by the failure of his Gunpowder Plot play and wonders what the community wants. Rita reprimands Mavis for letting customers run up their paper bills and makes her chase them up. Ken meets Janice Berry who runs the youth section of the Centre. Janice fancies Ken and offers to help him in any way she can. Deirdre thinks that she and Ray spend too much money on alcohol. Len receives a phone call from the police. Emily accuses Ernie of being pleased that Ken isn't doing well as he thinks he would have done a better job. Bet is delighted to see Frank as a brewery drayman. He tells her he's doing relief and has been keeping out of trouble since they last saw each other. Mavis only collects £17.14 after dealing with angry customers all day. Ken refuses Ernie's suggestion of musical appreciation classes as they won't attract young people. Hilda starts work cleaning the Centre. Frank asks Bet not to tell the brewery that he's been in prison. Deirdre is interested in Ray's history with Frank. Len returns to the Rovers and breaks the news to Ray that Jerry has died suddenly. Janice warns Mary Broughton off talking to Ken. Frank takes Bet out for a meal and is disappointed when she doesn't let him in her flat afterwards.
- Ray Langton - Neville Buswell
- Deirdre Langton - Anne Kirkbride
- Bet Lynch - Julie Goodyear
- Betty Turpin - Betty Driver
- Ken Barlow - William Roache
- Stan Ogden - Bernard Youens
- Hilda Ogden - Jean Alexander
- Emily Bishop - Eileen Derbyshire
- Ernest Bishop - Stephen Hancock
- Albert Tatlock - Jack Howarth
- Mavis Riley - Thelma Barlow
- Rita Littlewood - Barbara Mullaney
- Len Fairclough - Peter Adamson
- Frank Bradley - Tommy Boyle
- Alec Lawton - Joe Belcher
- Janice Berry - Vicky Williams
- Mary Broughton - Michelle Dibnah
- Rovers Return Inn – Public/snug
- Community Centre – Small hall and Ken's office
- The Kabin
- 44 Victoria Street - Communal hallway
- Queen Street
- Tommy Boyle makes one of several pre-Phil Jennings appearances as Frank Bradley.
- TV Times synopsis: Who's the old flame turning up again for Bet?
- Viewing Figures: First UK broadcast - 7,450,000 homes (13th place).
Bet Lynch: "Do you know, I reckon when they pull this place down they'll pull me down with it. I'll disappear in a cloud of brick dust playing "Land of Hope and Glory" on a row of empties with a pickle fork."
|November 1975 episodes|
|Mon 3rd • Wed 5th • Mon 10th • Wed 12th • Mon 17th • Wed 19th • Mon 24th • Wed 26th|