Eileen thinks that Lesley should move into a care home as her dementia seems to be getting worse, but a heartbroken Paul (Tony Hirst) refuses to consider this.
Frustrated, Eileen (Sue Cleaver) then decides that their current situation can't continue and asks Paul to move back home with Lesley (Judy Holt) - unable to see a future for them if he won't listen to her advice.
Standing firm, Paul goes to pack up all of their belongings, but he's left distraught when he finds Lesley tearing up their wedding photos as she can't identify herself. Realising that he's losing Lesley, the fireman reaches breaking point and rushes out.
Returning home from work for lunch with Beth (Lisa George), Eileen is shocked to find Lesley crouched alone on the floor, with Paul nowhere to be seen. When Paul finally returns, will he now accept that Lesley needs proper care?
Coronation Street airs these scenes on Monday, April 2 at 7.30pm on ITV1.
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Over on EastEnders, Phil Mitchell tries to reclaim his authority on Albert Square following his release from prison.
When Billy explains how Derek Branning has managed to get his feet well and truly under the table in recent weeks, Phil (Steve McFadden) takes action by turning up at R&R and informing Derek that his services are no longer required.
Derek (Jamie Foreman) pretends to take this graciously, but in reality he has no intention of giving up on his interfering ways. Finding Ben alone on the Square, Derek then starts to question the teenager about his new-found truce with Phil.
Before Ben (Joshua Pascoe) can say anything, Phil appears and warns Derek to stay away from his son and his businesses. As Derek walks away, the two men take one last look at each other - is there a fresh battle looming for the pair of them?
EastEnders airs these scenes on Monday, April 2 at 8pm on BBC One.
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Coming up in Emmerdale, Aaron Livesy makes a shocking decision as he resolves to take the blame for his best friend Adam Barton's arson attack.
When the police begin to suspect that the garage was torched deliberately as an insurance job, Cain is forced to tell Debbie and Cameron the truth about what happened.
A seething Debbie heads straight round to see Adam (Adam Thomas), warning that she will reveal his guilt if the police ask her directly. Adam then wonders whether it's best to turn himself in, but Aaron (Danny Miller) tries to talk him out of it - adamant that he needs to be around to look after his family following John's death.
Adam initially agrees, but panics when the police arrive. Taking matters into his own hands, Aaron heads out to greet the officers, telling them that he was the one who torched the garage…
News of Aaron's false confession stuns Adam, but the troubled mechanic is calm and determined throughout - insisting that he has a plan.
Aaron's decision comes in his final week on the soap, which reaches a dramatic climax when he's due in court. Does Aaron face a future behind bars, or will he go on the run?
Emmerdale airs these scenes from Monday, April 2 at 7pm on ITV1.
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Meanwhile, Hollyoaks' Brendan Brady starts to meddle in the life of ex-lover Ste Hay once again next month.
Ste (Kieron Richardson) has been busy trying to launch a business with Doug Carter (PJ Brennan) in recent weeks, but things aren't going too well without the finances to fund their ambitions.
When the pair pay a visit to the bank for a loan, Ste tries to stay calm by picturing the bank manager naked. However, a nervous Ste ends up picturing himself naked instead - and the meeting doesn't go well!
Later, sensing an opportunity to gain a hold over Ste once more, Brendan (Emmett Scanlan) makes him and Doug a tempting financial offer.
Ste immediately rejects Brendan's interference, but Doug reckons there are no other options left - so he secretly accepts the bad boy's cash and the demands that come with it.
At the same time, Joel (Andrew Still) gets suspicious when he sees the meetings between Brendan and Doug. Resentful of being left out and determined to find out what's going on, Joel puts on a balaclava and attacks Doug when he's carrying out some shady activity for Brendan…
Hollyoaks airs these scenes on Tuesday, April 3 and Thursday, April 5 at 6.30pm on Channel 4.
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Over on Doctors, Julia has a new romance plot on the way as she gets to know garage owner Martin Millar.
The story begins when Julia (Diane Keen) struggles to find a parking space while she's out in town. As she's in a rush, she leaves the car unlocked and blocks the entrance to Martin's garage.
Later, Julia freaks out when she returns to find that the car has vanished, but Martin explains that he just had to move it.
An argument follows between the pair, but Martin soon surprises Julia by offering to take her out for dinner.
Although Julia initially turns him down, Martin won't take no for an answer. Will the date be a success?
Doctors airs these scenes on Tuesday, April 3 and Thursday, April 5 at 1.45pm on BBC One.
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Hollyoaks was the winner of our storyline poll last week as 36.2% of you chose Nancy's baby scare as the best plot.
Emmerdale came second with 26.0% for the latest developments in Ashley and Sandy's storyline, while Coronation Street took third with 20.4% for Audrey and David's salon war.
EastEnders was fourth with 13.5% with Ian trying to win back Mandy, while Doctors was fifth with 3.9% for Imogen's mugging ordeal.
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