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Episode 3218 (26th April 1991)

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Episode 3218
Production code P694/2218
ITV transmission date 26th April 1991 (Friday)
Story editor Tom Elliott
Story associates Trevor Suthers
Elizabeth Malpas
Graham Carlisle
Writer Phil Woods
Designer Chris Truelove
Director Brian Mills
Executive Producer David Liddiment
Producer Mervyn Watson
Previous episode 24th April 1991
Next episode 29th April 1991


One of Alf's WARTS pals gets him an interview on Radio Weatherfield, on "Shop talk". Bettabuy provide the refreshments for the Fashion Show. Jeff Longton does a glowing article on Deirdre in the Gazette. Phil phones into Alf's radio phone-in and asks him about his relationship with Vivian Barford. Audrey and Deirdre are horrified. Alf tries to convince Audrey that Vivian is just a friend. Curly helps Angie backstage. When one of the male models is sick, Angie asks him to go on but he refuses. Angie breaks down but Raquel models to great acclaim, making Angie proud.


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Notable dialogueEdit

Alec Gilroy (following Alf Roberts' radio interview): "It's a disaster. We're doomed, Bet. You realise that don't yer? Here's me worked all me life for the good of others to be stabbed in the back by Fattie Arbuckle!"
Bet Gilroy: "Are you sure you knew nowt about it?"
Alec Gilroy: "Well of course I didn't. He comes in 'ere for a couple of pints, a bag of pork scratchings... I mean, I thought he went straight back to Grasmere Drive to watch News at Ten with a mug of cocoa. Instead of which it turns out he's a flamin' sex maniac... cruising the back streets in his Montego. I'm tellin' ya, it's a disaster."

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