Sue Nicholls wants to tell you about changes to the Coronation Street schedule!
This week we're on:
Mon 9 July - 7.30 & 8.30PM
Tues 10 July - 8PM (hour long)
Fri 13 July - 7.30 & 8.30PM
Don't worry if you miss anything, you can catch up on the ITV Hub
We're still on a high from a fantastic night at The British Soap Awards. Winning three of the four public votes was an incredible result for everyone at Coronation Street!
Here are some of our favourite videos and images from the night for you to enjoy.
The voting is now open for the TV Choice Awards!
Coronation Street is nominated for Best Soap - show your support for Team Corrie: VOTE HERE
Show your support for Best Actress: VOTE HERE
Show your support for Best Actor: VOTE HERE
Show your support for Best Newcomer: VOTE HERE
TVNZ has announced major changes to beloved icon Coronation Street, giving viewers more ways to watch their favourite programme in New Zealand.
The Coronation Street external sets at MediaCityUK in Manchester will open to the general public later this month.
Continuum Attractions, working in partnership with ITV and the team at Coronation Street, will give fans access to the external sets, including the famous cobbled street, Rosamund Street and the brand new extended Victoria Street.
Coronation Street will open it's doors on select weekends until the end of the year.*
The tours will last approximately 1.5 hours and be full of filming stories and secrets and packed with picture opportunities.
Juliana Delaney, CEO of Continuum Attractions said:
“It is with great pride we announce our operation of guided tours round the Coronation Street external sets at MediaCityUK from later this month.
"The show has such an extraordinary connection with their fans all across the world, we’re delighted some will be lucky enough to now follow in the footsteps of their favourite characters and walk down those famous cobbles."
John Whiston, MD Continuing Drama & Head of ITV in the North added:
“Turning the corner and stepping out on to the most famous TV street in the world never gets old, even after working here as long as I have. I still get such a massive thrill.
"To be able to now share Coronation Street with the most important people on the show – our audience – is very exciting and I hope they soak it all in and enjoy it as much as we do."
The final round of voting in The British Soap Awards is now OPEN!
Help Team Corrie make the biggest night in the Soaps calendar one to remember: VOTE HERE
There are two types of nominations, the first is the public vote where it's down to you to join Team Corrie and help us bring home a shiny trophy!
Richard Hillman Drives the Platts into the canal, 2003.
Coronation Street is to highlight the important issue of male suicide when Aidan Connor tragically takes his own life.
In episodes to be screened the week of May 7th viewers will hear that Johnny Connor has discovered his son’s body at his Victoria Street flat, after Aidan failed to turn up for work at the factory.
As the news of what Aidan has done spreads, his devastated family and friends try to come to terms with the shock of their loss and begin to question why they hadn’t spotted any signs that he was struggling to cope with life.
Viewers will last see Aidan on screen on Monday 7th May when he goes to see Eva at the cottage where she is living after giving birth to baby Susie, before returning to a family party at the Rovers. His final scene will see him back at his flat alone. No element of the suicide will be shown on screen.
Shayne Ward said:
“I am honoured to have been trusted with a storyline like this, it shows the confidence that Kate and the team had in me to be able to play it. When you get given a storyline like this it is a decision that is not taken lightly, I have played it with as much honesty and truth as I could. I am very proud of what I have done in my three years on the show and on this storyline in particular.
“Aidan is an ‘everyman’ figure, he is someone men can identify with, which is important in telling this story."
We hope that anyone who recognises something of themselves in Aidan, will realise they can, and really should, talk about how they’re feeling.