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Episode 4330 (7th January 1998)

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Episode 4330
Episode 4330
Production code P694/4330
ITV transmission date 7th January 1998 (Wednesday)
Story/Script editor Ann McManus
Story associates Di Burrows
Jim O'Hanlon
Gareth Roberts
Mariam Vossough
Writer John Stevenson
Designer Christopher Walker
Director Terry Dyddgen-Jones (Credited as Terry Dyddgen Jones)
Producer Brian Park
Previous episode 5th January 1998
Next episode 9th January 1998


Spider receives a didgeridoo through the post from his friend Mole. He tries to play it but can't raise a note, unlike Emily who manages to make a lot of noise on it and finds it very satisfying. Nick and Leanne are disappointed to discover they have to give a fortnight's notice to marry but refuse to be put off. Spider leads the activities in taking their protest to Alf's house. Roy, Emily and Toyah join him in camping out on the Roberts' lawn. Zoe gets bored stuck at No.4 with Shannon. She's fed up with having no fun. Alf and Audrey are horrified to find the protestors on their lawn. Emily plays the didgeridoo in protest against Alf.


Regular castEdit

Guest castEdit




  • The Postman who delivers Spider Nugent's didgeridoo is uncredited although he has lines of dialogue.
  • TV Times synopsis: Alf and Audrey have a shock waiting in their garden. Nick and Leanne decide to make a big commitment.
  • Viewing Figures: UK broadcast - 17,550,000 viewers (2nd place - combined figure including repeat).

Notable dialogueEdit

Spider Nugent: "Remember, if the Police bring dogs, go limp"
Roy Cropper: "Right...that shouldn't be too difficult, actually"

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