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|ITV transmission date||1st November 1965 (Monday)|
|Stories by|| George Reed|
|Executive Producer||H.V. Kershaw|
|Previous episode||27th October 1965|
|Next episode||3rd November 1965|
Lucille starts work at the mill. Jerry tells an angry Len that he broke the plane and will replace it. Ken gets a letter from the GPO telling him Dennis' phone will be a party line with the Barlows'. Albert refuses to co-operate when David wants to buy him a new overcoat. Lucille agrees to pay the Walkers £2 10/- a week housekeeping on the condition she also saves some. Albert is secretly delighted when David buys him the new coat. Alan Platt leaves a hand-made toast rack in the Builder's Yard for Jerry.
- Lucille Hewitt - Jennifer Moss
- Jack Walker - Arthur Leslie
- Len Fairclough - Peter Adamson
- Jerry Booth - Graham Haberfield
- David Barlow - Alan Rothwell
- Albert Tatlock - Jack Howarth
- Valerie Barlow - Anne Reid
- Lionel Petty - Edward Evans
- Irma Ogden - Sandra Gough
- Miss Nugent - Eileen Derbyshire
- Elsie Tanner - Patricia Phoenix
- Minnie Caldwell - Margot Bryant
- John Harrison - John Stratton
- Wendy - Gillian Hoyle
- Mavis - Vanessa Forsyth
- Clara Midgeley - Betty Hardy
- Alan - Kevin Williams
- Rovers Return Inn - Lucille's bedroom
- 1 Coronation Street - Back room
- 5 Coronation Street - Back room
- Corner Shop
- Fairclough and Booth - Yard and exterior
- Marshall's Cotton Mill - Research and Development laboratory
- In an example of the 'as live' approach to recording at this point in the programme's history, during a scene with Jack Howarth, Alan Rothwell can be seen looking off-camera, whereupon a female voice audibly provides his next line of dialogue so that the scene can continue without a re-take.
- TV Times synopsis: New surroundings for Lucille and Albert
- Viewing Figures: First UK broadcast - 4,990,000 homes (chart placing unknown - the BBC scheduled Steptoe and Son directly opposite this episode of Coronation Street resulting in a lower than usual figure).
|November 1965 episodes|
|Mon 1st • Wed 3rd • Mon 8th • Wed 10th • Mon 15th • Wed 17th • Mon 22nd • Wed 24th • Mon 29th|