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Coronation Street airs explosive scenes later this month as the truth about Carla and Peter's affair is revealed on the first day of Frank's rape trial.

As the court case begins, Carla (Alison King) is feeling brave as she's determined that justice will be done - but she gets emotional as she enters the witness box and recalls the night that Frank (Andrew Lancel) attacked her.

Later, events take a dramatic twist as Peter (Chris Gascoyne) takes his turn in the box and is questioned about his relationship with Carla. Frank's barrister accuses the pair of having an affair which is still going on, but Peter denies everything.

Taking her cue to prove that Peter and Carla are liars, Anne gets out photos showing the love cheats kissing - which were taken by Frank's private investigator.

As Anne passes the damning pictures to a devastated Leanne (Jane Danson) in the gallery, will Frank get the reaction he's hoping for? And will Carla's credibility be destroyed in front of the jury?

As Carla begins to tell the court how Frank raped her, she is unnerved by his composure during the trial

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In the witness box Carla is questioned by Frank's lawyer over her relationship with Peter, leaving her uncomfortable as she insists that they are just friends

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Drama at Frank Foster's (Andrew Lancel) trial

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Drama at Frank Foster's (Andrew Lancel) trial

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Drama at Frank Foster's (Andrew Lancel) trial

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Drama at Frank Foster's (Andrew Lancel) trial


Drama at Frank Foster's (Andrew Lancel) trial

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Coronation Street airs these scenes on Monday, January 30 at 8.30pm on ITV1.

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Over on EastEnders, Andrew Cotton shows off a hidden talent as he attends an exercise class in an upcoming episode.

Kim (Tameka Empson) organises a 'Kimba!' class at the community centre later this month after boasting to newcomer Ray about her love of fitness - but it turns out that her dancing isn't up to scratch.

While Kim disappoints, Andrew (Ricky Grover) surprises everyone by displaying some epic dance moves - impressing his girlfriend Heather.

Heather (Cheryl Fergison) later asks Andrew whether he can teach young George the same moves when he's older. Is Heather ready to settle down with Andrew?

Andrew Cotton (Ricky Grover) shows off his dance moves

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EastEnders airs these scenes on Monday, January 30 at 8pm on BBC One.

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Coming up on Emmerdale, there's tension ahead as Cameron notices that Andy is getting too involved with Debbie.

With Andy (Kelvin Fletcher) struggling to stay away from his ex following the news that she is finally pregnant, Cain notices that trouble could be brewing and warns Cameron to watch out for Andy.

The situation escalates when Alicia congratulates Debbie publicly on her pregnancy, having been told about the baby by Andy. Cameron immediately realises that Andy must be spreading the private news and isn't happy.

Later, Cameron (Dominic Power) takes the bull by the horns as he pays a visit to Andy and threatens him darkly to stay away from Debbie. Will Andy take notice of the warning?

Cameron Murray (Dominic Power) warns off Andy Sugden (Kelvin Fletcher)

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Cameron visits Andy and angrily threatens him to stay away from Debbie

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Cameron Murray (Dominic Power) warns off Andy Sugden (Kelvin Fletcher)

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Cameron Murray (Dominic Power) warns off Andy Sugden (Kelvin Fletcher)

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Emmerdale airs these scenes on Tuesday, January 31 at 7pm on ITV1.

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Meanwhile, former Neighbours star Dan O'Connor makes his debut on Hollyoaks later this month - taking on the role of military man Ally.

Ally turns up in the village when Rhys (Andrew Moss) and Jacqui (Claire Cooper) start hunting for a lodger as their money troubles grow.

The devoted couple are looking for a female housemate, but they're left horrified when they meet a string of dreadful applicants. Later, when easy-going Ally turns up, it looks like he's their best bet.

As Ally moves in, he quickly captures the attention of new neighbours Ste (Kieron Richardson) and Amy (Ashley Slanina-Davies) - who both fancy him.

When Ste and Amy are invited over for a dinner party at the flat the next night, friction builds as they try to figure out whether Ally is gay or straight! Will Ally be interested in either of them?

Ally (Dan O'Connor) arrives in the village

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Ally (Dan O'Connor) arrives in the village

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Ally (Dan O'Connor) arrives in the village

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Hollyoaks airs these scenes on Tuesday, January 31 and Thursday, February 2 at 6.30pm on Channel 4.

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Over on Doctors, there's a surprise in store for Karen when a stranger visits her to discuss the estate of a distant relative.

Mr Bagley Grimsdale arrives at the Hollins residence while Karen (Jan Pearson) is having a day off - telling her that she is named in the will of Violet Mason, who has died.

Once Karen has proved her identity to Grimsdale, he tells her that she has inherited a house in Kingsvale - leaving her thrilled.

The property looks like a dream home to Karen - but Rob (Chris Walker) isn't so keen, thinking that the area is snobby. Will the Hollins family settle into a new house?

Karen Hollins (Jan Pearson) has exciting news

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These scenes air on Tuesday, February 31 at 1.45pm on BBC One.

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Emmerdale was the winner of our storyline poll last week as 39.2% of you chose Charity and Jai's wedding as the best plot.

EastEnders took second place with 22.8% for Lauren's decision to quit school, while Coronation Street and Hollyoaks tied for third with Milton's debut and Darren's secret wedding plan respectively.

Doctors was fourth with 3.8% for the latest developments in the Marina and Heston plot.

Don't forget to vote in the poll below and let us know which story sounds best this week!

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