Episode 3909
Episode 3909 (15th September 1995)
Production code P694/2909
ITV transmission date 15th September 1995 (Friday)
Story associates Gillian Creswell
Marina O'Loughlin
David Millard
Writer Stephen Mallatratt
Designer Christopher Walker
Director June Howson
Executive Producer Carolyn Reynolds
Producer Sue Pritchard
Previous episode 13th September 1995
Next episode 18th September 1995


Nick tells Gail that he doesn't want to fight Don and thinks Josie is making trouble. Josie feels that Don needs time and space to sort himself out but he wants her around. She warns him that his obsession in fighting Ivy will leave him friendless. The football team wins their first game, with Martin man of the match. They decide they want to drop Curly as they do better without him. Derek finally snaps and tells Norris that he's had enough of him making his life a misery. He can't stand the way Norris is bossing him around and changing his work pattern. Norris swears that Derek is his inspiration but Derek throws him out, telling him that he knows he stole Arthur. Josie is pleased when Don tells her that he doesn't like what he's turning into and so will talk to Gail and get something sorted out. Nick tells Martin that he still wants him to be his dad but he wants to change his name so he can get his house. Martin is touched when Nick says he'll let Don have everything if it's going to cause trouble between them. Gail supports him and Martin agrees to the name change.


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  • TV Times synopsis: On two sides of the Street decisions are made concerning Ivy’s will.
  • Viewing Figures: UK broadcast - 16,200,000 viewers (2nd place - combined figure including repeat).
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