Tonight on Coronation Street...
Peter is summoned for a beating.
Michael tries to back out of seeing the doctor.
And, Todd's family continue to blank him.
Ken and Deirdre hatch a plan to save Peter from Jim - by asking Liz to speak to him.
Jason moves out, to get away from Todd.
And, Tim’s not happy that Sally didn’t warn him about Kevin’s return.
Bad boy Todd has burnt a lot of bridges, but is he completely irredeemable? We spoke to Bruno Langley to try and salvage the situation.
"Todd never set out to physically hurt Tyrone," says Bruno. "He knows he’s made a mistake and he spends a long time trying to make things better."
"He doesn’t seem to realise that whatever he does is not going to help. He needs to just keep his mouth shut but Todd can’t help himself, he’s trying to help his brother but he’s just making matters worse."
It was canine crazy on the cobbles of Weatherfield today when the cast and crew of Coronation Street came together to show their support for Manchester Dogs Home.
A bring your dog to work day was organised at the show’s headquarters at Media City UK to raise funds for the fire ravaged dogs home which is a just a few miles away.
Led by cast members Samia Ghadie, Bev Callard and Georgia May Foote dozens of staff posed for pictures on the famous cobbles. Also showing their support were Corrie canine favourites Eccle and Ozzy.
Collection buckets have been placed around the building and everyone encouraged to donate food, bedding and toys which will all be sent to Cheshire Dogs Home - the centre housing the dogs rescued from the fire on Friday night.
Samia brought her Maltese Sonny, Georgia May Foote came along with her Cavashon Marley whilst Bev Callard arrived with her rescue Bull Terrior Trev.
Samia said: “It’s been great seeing everyone here with their dogs and coming together to raise money for the dogs home. As a dog owner I was heartbroken when I read about what had happened.”
Georgia said: ‘I was really pleased to be able to bring Marley into work today, it was chaos on the street but great fun. The thought of what happened to those poor dogs is just awful and we want to help as much as we can.”
Bev said: “Trev is a rescue dog so we know how much joy they bring and how loving they are. As soon as we heard what had happened we wanted to do something to help.”
This week on the Street: Neil takes a stand, Liz makes a deal with the devil, and the Grimshaws wash their hands of Todd...
After hearing how Jim 'heroically' saved Peter's life, Steve decides to give him one more chance.
But how will Steve react when he finds out that his dad was the one who supplied the booze to Peter in the first place?
And, what will be the repercussions for Peter, when things don't go Jim's way?
Simon Gregson promises drama, drama, full on drama in this exclusive interview!