Monday 18th January 2021 8:30pm to 9:00pm

  • Writer – Cameron McAllister
  • Director – Leon Lopez

FAYE FINDS HER COURAGE In the police interview room, a terrified Faye explains how she attacked Adam Barlow thinking he was Ray Crosby. Tim rails at Craig, accusing him of forcing Faye to hand herself in, in the hope he’ll be promoted. Faye steels herself and describes how Ray tried to rape her and the attack was a bid for revenge. At the bistro Debbie’s stunned as Ray is arrested on suspicion of attempted rape.

THINGS GO FROM BAD TO WORSE FOR RAY In a bid to try and stop the house sales falling through, Ray calls the bank. Meanwhile as Alya helps Yasmeen with the last of her things, a call from the solicitor advises that there’s been a delay as Ray’s funds haven’t cleared. Yasmeen asserts that until she sees the colour of Ray’s money, she’s going nowhere and won’t let him bully her like Geoff did. Alya’s delighted to see a glimpse of her old Gran.

THE PLATTS SAY GOODBYE TO NO.8 As the heartbroken Platts move out of No.8, Alya tells David about Ray’s cash flow problem. David finds Ray and Debbie mid-row but when he threatens to stay put at No.8, Ray menacingly asserts that he’ll have him thrown out. 

ELSEWHERE Dylan finally opens up to Sean and explains that he’s being bullied at school because his Dad’s gay.


  • Antony Cotton as Sean Tully
  • Ben Price as Nick Tilsley
  • Colson Smith as Craig Tinker
  • Ellie Leach as Faye Windass
  • Helen Worth as Gail Rodwell
  • Jack P Shepherd as David Platt
  • James Quinn as DS Willets
  • Joe Duttine as Tim Metcalfe
  • Liam McCheyne as Dylan Wilson
  • Mark Frost as Ray Crosby
  • Paul Stenton as Enquiry Officer
  • Peter F Gardiner as Miles Ingham
  • Ryan Prescott as Ryan Connor
  • Sair Khan as Alya Nazir
  • Sally Carman as Abi Franklin
  • Sally Dynevor as Sally Metcalfe
  • Shelley King as Yasmeen Metcalfe
  • Sue Devaney as Debbie Webster