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Preview Pictures: Coming Up On The Cobbles

Coming up: Gail catches Audrey and Lewis red-handed! Sean seeks help from Billy, Imran is having trouble with his ex and Henry is in very hot water!

Lewis and Audrey

In order to spend time with Lewis, Audrey tells Gail that she's gone away on a cruise.

But when she finds out that Audrey has lied, Gail goes round to her house to see what's really going on. How will she react?

INTERVIEW: Carla's Conundrum

Alison King discusses the battle for the factory, life after Aidan and Carla's disastrous love life - especially where Peter's concerned...

How has Carla been feeling since Aidan’s death because she had kept it together for so long and been everyone’s rock?

She was trying to be strong but she needed to have that meltdown and fighting Alya for the factory was her denial and when it looked like she had lost it all, it was a release, everyone told her it wasn't her fault and she knows that but she still believed she had played a part in his death.

What was it that was making her feel guilty?

It was the fact that like all of them she couldn’t help and she didn’t know how he was feeling. She tries to help everybody and fix everybody and she feels has done so many things wrong, she was out of control and she couldn't do anything to fix it. She was able to grieve at the funeral and she was able to cry but she still felt as though she had played a part in it, coming back to Weatherfield, giving him the factory.

Preview Clips: Friday 17th August

Coming up on the cobbles...

7.30pm

Worried he might die, Rana is desperate to see her father. Kate suggests she could pretend they have split up to change her mum’s mind.

Will a reluctant Rana agree to her idea?

Tell her that you've seen the error of your ways...

– Kate Connor

8.30pm

Lewis does his best to convince Audrey he’s a changed man and that to prove it, he handed himself into the police and transferred £40k into Gail’s account.

But is he to be trusted?

All I can tell you is... I've changed. I no longer want those things. That person is not who I wish to be.

– Lewis Archer

Preview Clips: Wednesday 15th August

Coming up on the cobbles...

7.30pm

Eileen quizzes Sean about his living arrangements. Will he come clean?

It's not pity, it's what people do when their mates are having a rough time.

– Eileen Grimshaw

8.30pm

Jude does his best to persuade Angie that they’ll find a way to make their marriage work but will she be convinced?

There's nothing polite about you Adam, you came in here just to stick your oar in.

– Jude Appleton

Preview Clips: Monday 13th August

Coming up on the cobbles...

7.30pm

With Aidan's DVD weighing heavily on her heart Alya approaches Carla with a deal.

But does she have the cash to accept?

I need it sorted ASAP, okay. Clock's ticking.

– Alya Nazir

8.30pm

After being arrested, the police present Sally with copies of her bank account and demand to know why Duncan deposited £1000.

Does she have an explanation?

He's set me up to cover his tracks. I've never seen any of this. Anybody can buy a phone and send a load of fake messages.

– Sally Metcalfe

Goodbye Eva

Catherine Tyldesley reflects upon her time on the cobbles as Eva leaves the street after seven years.

Take a look at some of her most memorable moments of her time on the street.

As a final farewell, guess who came back?

How will Catherine Tyldesley cope being interviewed by her biggest fan?

Catherine Tydesley is nominated for Best Actress in this year's Inside Soap Awards, show your support for her here.

Preview Pictures: This Week On The Street

Coming Up On Coronation Street: Sally's fun day is cut short, Sean can't catch a break, a blast from the past returns for Audrey and Carla retakes her throne.

Clowning Around

The final preperations for the family day at Speed Daal are underway.

Only to be interrupted when the police come in looking for Sally.

How will she react when they arrest her on suspicion of fraud, bribery and money laundering?

Later, furious to discover that Barlow's Legal Services are representing Duncan, Sally and Tim pay Adam a visit.

Things Get Worse For Sean

Thinking the coast is clear, Sean helps himself to a vodka behind the bar, intending to take it out to Frank.

However, Jenny catches him red-handed and when he fails to provide an explanation Jenny tells him she has no option but to fire him!

Later, devastated Sean sits a street corner on his sleeping bag, helpless.

Guess Who's back?

Audrey goes to visit Lewis in prison.

What will he have to say to her?

Rana's Regret

Saira agree's to let Rana see her father, but tells him Rana has seen the error of her ways.

He squeezes his daughters hand and passes away.

Rana is wracked with guilt that she lied to her father on his deathbed, how will she cope?

New love for Leanne?

Leanne approaches Imran about the PA job at the Solicitors and they hit it off immediately.

Imran invites Leanne back for a game of Scrabble, is this the start of a new romance?

Return of the Queen

Alya hands Carla Aidan's DVD and explains she realises the importance of family and is willing to sell her the factory for the value of Aidan's original stake.

Carla is shocked, but delighted - has she got everything she ever wanted?

Later, Carla and Peter let themselves into the factory to survey their empire.

Carla becomes emotional about Aidan, is she really ready to run the factory again?

Happy Anniversary!

Jude accidently lets slip to Mary that it's his and Angie's wedding anniversary tomorrow.

Mary insists that they must celebrate, whilst Angie masks her dread.

Can Jude do anything to reignite the spark in their relationship?

Interview: Abi's Anguish

Being friends with Tracy can often be a double-edged sword, especially when Steve's involved! We asked Sally Carman whether Abi has bitten off more than she can chew...

How has Abi found fitting in on the Street?

Abi hasn’t emotionally attached herself to anything on the Street yet because she can’t believe her luck but the more she connects with people like Tracy and Steve, the more she has started to put down roots and so she starts to believe that maybe she could live here.

Does Abi see Tracy as a friend?
There’s a definite spark between them both, Abi recognises a kindred spirit and Tracy actually takes Abi seriously, whereas no one else does. Tracy has been open and acknowledges her as a friend and Abi has never had that, so it’s quite nice for her.