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Windass Street arrival, 'Hollyoaks' mugging

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First up this week, we head to Coronation Street, where the Windass clan - Eddie (Steve Huison), Anna (Debbie Rush), Gary (Mikey North) and Len (Conor Ryan) - arrive on the Cobbles and take root in the Mortons' old house.

After ridding themselves of Teresa (Karen Kenthorn), who decides to barricade herself in the house and claim squatter's rights, they come face-to-face with the Platts. It's not exactly the welcome the Windasses had expected, but Anna hopes she can set the situation straight with Gail (Helen Worth) as soon as possible and suggests that both families go for a drink. David (Jack P Shepherd), Joe (Reece Dinsdale) and Tina (Michelle Keegan) aren't pleased in the slightest.




These scenes air on Monday, December 8 at 7.30pm and 8.30pm on ITV1.

Meanwhile over in Emmerdale, David's (Matthew Wolfenden) furious with the choir's performance and decides to tell them all about Nicola's (Nicola Wheeler) involvement in the church scheme, before ending their relationship. Will David and Nicola be able to resolve their differences? More importantly, will Laurel (Charlotte Bellamy) be able to forgive Nicola?


These scenes air on Thursday, December 11 at 7pm on ITV1.

Hollyoaks' Gilly (Anthony Quinlan) comes face-to-face with Gaz and fellow gang of hoodies in a fortnight's time. They decide to 'teach him a lesson' after the way Gilly treat them earlier in the day outside Relish. Gilly's professional approach prompts Ash (Junade Jhan) to reward him with a managerial position over Zak (Kent Riley).

As Gilly's closing up Relish for the night, Gaz and his cronies watch on. Catching him unawares, the gang mugs Gilly of his belongings and Relish's takings for the day. While Gilly's being attacked, his best mate Zak is watching from the bushes...




These scenes air on Wednesday, December 10 at 6.30pm on Channel 4.

And finally, Dot (June Brown) accidentally cops an eyeful in EastEnders at the beginning of next month when a homeless person called Tim drops into the Launderette.

After speaking to him for a while, Dot quickly realises that she's lucky that her husband Jim (John Bardon) is still alive following his stroke. With Bradley's (Charlie Clements) stash of cash to-hand, Dot decides to put the money to good use and hands Tim £20.

If you're wondering where the money came from, Bradley unintentionally won thousands on a horse race using the money his father Max (Jake Wood) gave him for his birthday. Wanting to rid himself of the money because of who it came from, Bradley asked Dot to look after it for him.

I wonder if the cash will become part of the bigger Walford picture?


These scenes air on Monday, December 8 at 8pm on BBC One. Get the Inside Soap magazine on your iPhone or iPad

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