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Corrie feud, 'EastEnders' plea, 'Emmerdale' injury, 'Hollyoaks' scare

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Coronation Street's Audrey Roberts is left fighting for control of her own salon later this month as daughter Gail and grandson David team up against her.

Audrey's loved ones are appalled when they discover that she has reunited with charmer Lewis Archer (Nigel Havers), but that's just the start of the nasty surprises as she also vows to embark on a round-the-world cruise with him.

As all of Audrey's funds are tied up in the salon, she asks David (Jack P Shepherd) to sign the business back over to her, which will allow her to finance the trip. However, stubborn David refuses to do so - believing that Lewis is plotting another con and it'll all end in tears.

David has the backing of mum Gail (Helen Worth) and the pair stand firm, convincing themselves that it's their job as Audrey's family to stop her from making a huge mistake.

Playing peacemaker, Lewis suggests putting the trip on hold until he can save the money himself, but Audrey (Sue Nicholls) is adamant that the salon was signed over to David in name only and he will co-operate.

When David refuses once again, an angry Audrey accuses him of trying to steal her business from her, before bringing out the paperwork he originally signed and tearing it up.

David walks out, but Kylie (Paula Lane) urges him to keep fighting - refusing to see their nest egg threatened. Who will come out on top in the battle for the salon?

Audrey visits the salon and insists that David signs the business back to her

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When David refuses to sign the Salon back over, Audrey accuses him of trying to steal her business and tears up the original contract

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Coronation Street airs these scenes on Thursday, March 29 at 8.30pm on ITV1.

> Coronation Street Sue Nicholls fears Audrey, Lewis heartbreak
> Coronation Street Sue Nicholls promises Platt family drama
> Coronation Street's David Platt to spark salon war with Audrey Roberts
> Read more Coronation Street spoilers and news

Over on EastEnders, Ian Beale fights for his future with Mandy Salter after their relationship turns sour.

Ian (Adam Woodyatt) has been secretly questioning Mandy's true nature in recent days, and he finally snaps in an upcoming episode as he voices his suspicions.

The drama begins when Mandy (Nicola Stapleton) and Ian are among the Albert Square residents who attend a Heather tribute night at the Queen Vic following the mum-of-one's tragic death.

Everything seems to be going well until a furious Shirley turns up at the pub and turns off the music, claiming that they're all just laughing at Heather.

Mandy ends up arguing with Shirley over her behaviour, and she's disappointed when Ian fails to stick up for her. Confronting Ian later, Mandy is devastated when he merely repeats Lorraine's harsh words - that he's "the latest in a long line of mugs".

Ian soon regrets his outburst, but he fears that it's too late when he returns home to find that Mandy's engagement ring has been placed on the table and she's nowhere to be seen.

In the days that follow, Mandy decides that she's had enough and resolves to leave Walford. However, a desperate and apologetic Ian drops to his knees, presents her engagement ring and reaffirms his desire to marry her. How will Mandy react?

Ian Beale (Adam Woodyatt) begs Mandy Salter (Nicola Stapleton) for another chance.

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EastEnders airs these scenes on Monday, April 2 at 8pm on BBC One.

> EastEnders' Victoria Alcock: 'Fans are wary of me'
> Read more EastEnders spoilers and news

Coming up in Emmerdale, more sad times lie ahead for Sandy Thomas as he's left injured following another argument with his son Ashley.

Ashley (John Middleton) loses control later this month after Sandy has another mishap while looking after Gabby at the house.

At first, things seem to go well as Sandy (Freddie Jones) and Gabby enjoy themselves painting festive Easter eggs. However, forgetful Sandy later leaves a tap running and soon the kitchen is awash with water.

Sandy tries to clean up the colourful mess, but Laurel returns home to a scene of chaos and rushes back out to buy some cleaning products.

As Sandy is left with short-tempered Ashley, he's fearful of his reaction - and he's right to be worried as the village vicar is furious over the mess.

Eager to help, Sandy makes a grab for the mop, but Ashley pushes him away. Sandy slips in the fracas and hurts his wrist, but will he tell Laurel what has happened or keep quiet about his injury?

Ashley is furious when he leaves Sandy alone with Gabby and comes back to find that Sandy has left the tap on and flooded the kitchen

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Sandy Thomas (Freddie Jones) falls in an argument with Ashley Thomas (John Middleton)

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Sandy Thomas (Freddie Jones) falls in an argument with Ashley Thomas (John Middleton)

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Sandy is worried about Ashley's reaction and goes to grab the mop to try and clean the mess up

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Ashley pushes Sandy when he makes a grab for the mop, causing Sandy to slip over and injure himself

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Sandy Thomas (Freddie Jones) falls in an argument with Ashley Thomas (John Middleton)

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Emmerdale airs these scenes on Tuesday, March 27 at 7pm on ITV1.

> Read more Emmerdale spoilers and news

Meanwhile, Hollyoaks newlyweds Darren and Nancy Osborne could be about to have their happiness shattered.

The couple have been loved-up in recent weeks as they adjust to married life and the joy of having a baby on the way, but Nancy (Jessica Fox) is soon left alarmed by a sudden scare.

Experiencing agonising pain, Nancy fears that she's losing her unborn child and collapses on the floor.

When Nancy finally manages to raise the alarm, she is rushed to hospital. Will the baby be okay?

Nancy collapses in pain.

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Nacy begins to get pain.

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Nancy phones for help.

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Hollyoaks airs these scenes on Wednesday, March 28 at 6.30pm on Channel 4.

> Hollyoaks' Ashley Taylor Dawson talks Darren, Nancy future
> Hollyoaks' Jessica Fox films "emotional" Nancy, Darren scenes
> Read more Hollyoaks spoilers and news

Over on Doctors, Imogen Hollins has a scare of her own to contend with as she falls victim to a mugging.

While she's out and about, Imogen (Charlie Clemmow) is dragged into an alley and threatened with a needle by her attacker. In the ensuing struggle, Imogen's hand is punctured by the needle, before the culprit Dev rushes off with her purse and phone.

Later, a shaken Imogen is brought to The Mill, where Daniel takes samples for blood tests to rule out infections such as HIV and hepatitis.

When Dev is later caught and brought into the police station, the Hollins clan confront him and he insists that he has no infections. However, there are no guarantees until Imogen's results come through in a few weeks' time, leaving her with an agonising wait…

Imogen Hollins (Charlie Clemmow) has been mugged

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Doctors airs these scenes on Tuesday, March 27 at 1.45pm on BBC One.

> Read more Doctors spoilers and news

EastEnders was the winner of our storyline poll last week as 46.6% of you chose Heather's death as the best plot.

Coronation Street came second with 35.0% for Sally's dangerous encounter with Frank's killer, while Hollyoaks was third with 9.5% for Mercedes lashing out at Mitzeee.

Emmerdale took fourth with 7.8% with Adam setting fire to the garage, while Doctors was fifth with 1.1% for Freya's tough week.

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