Coronation Street airs Monday, Tuesday and Wednesday at 8pm on ITV1
Monday 23rd October 2023
MICHAEL LETS THE CASH OUT OF THE BAG Having placed Michael’s £1000 on a horse, Ed watches the race on tenterhooks. When the horse wins, Ed punches the air in delight. Arriving home he stuffs the cash in a bag in the hallway to hide it from Dee-Dee and Michael. Unaware of its contents Michael grabs the bag as he heads out to Underworld to try and get his job back. But he is stunned when DS Swain arrives and wants to interview him about the cash Stephen stole.Having answered DS Swain’s questions, Michael opens his bag and is baffled to find a huge wad of cash. DS Swain clocks the money and demands to know where it came from. Ed is horrified to see Michael being taken away in a police car under suspicion of working with Stephen to defraud Underworld. Will Ed come clean?
LAUREN SCHOOLS DAISY Lauren answers her phone and assures the caller she’s got their money and she’ll deliver it later. She tells an angry Ryan that she is having a bad time and has to get the money. A furious Daisy comes into the cafe and spells out to Lauren that she won’t be blackmailed by a worthless brat such as her and she won’t be getting another penny. What will Lauren’s next move be?
ELSEWHERE Sam encourages Nick and Leanne to throw a Halloween party at the bistro and insists that it’s what his Mum would have wanted and he’d like to invite Hope. Over a milkshake in the café, Sam invites Hope to accompany him to the bistro Halloween party and suggests they have a fresh start. When Hope agrees, Sam’s thrilled.
Tuesday 24th October 2023
ED FIGHTS TO KEEP THE TRUTH FROM COMING OUT As Ed becomes agitated with Ronnie questioning him about the mate who lent him money Ronnie suspects he’s been gambling for longer than he’s letting on. Ronnie confronts Ed and demands he tell him the truth. Ed admits he had a win on the horses but swears that he’s done with gambling and it won’t happen again and Joel is uneasy when Dee-Dee confides how Ed used to have a gambling problem, it almost split the family up but it’s all in the past.
DAISY AND RYAN CONTINUE TO GROW CLOSER In the bistro, Daisy’s annoyed to clock a customer staring at Ryan’s scars. When Ryan calmly explains that he was the victim of an acid attack, Daisy is full of admiration for him. As Daisy praises Ryan for the way he’s coped with his injuries and Ryan admits he couldn’t have done it without her, it’s clear they still have feelings for each other.
AADI REACHES OUT TO ASHA Aadi apologises to Asha for their row. Sensing that he’s unhappy, Asha suggests they meet up in Speed Daal later. In Speed Daal, Aadi tells Asha how miserable Courtney is living in a poky flat and how she deserves better. Asha has an idea.Asha and Aadi set about redecorating the precinct flat.
ELSEWHERE When Ryan admits that he’s in love with Daisy and reckons she feels the same, Debbie advises him to steer well clear as he’ll end up getting hurt.
Wednesday 25th October 2023
AADI REALLY WANTS HIM AND COURTNEY TO WORK Aadi persuades a reluctant Courtney to accompany him to the Freshco recruitment day, pointing out that with two lots of wages coming in, they could live somewhere better. As they get ready to leave, Courtney tells Aadi she feels sick and he’ll have to go it alone.
IS DANIEL MOVING TOO QUICKLY FOR DAISY? In the café, Daniel tells Daisy that he plans to take Bertie to visit Sinead’s grave later as it’s four years since her death. Daisy squeezes his hand supportively. Daniel suggests to Daisy he’ll sell his Mum’s house and buy Elaine’s flat in Redbank. When Daisy suggests they delay moving until she’s got a proper job, Daniel’s disappointed
ELSEWHERE Ed and Ronnie meet up with the potential investor in the bistro. The investor’s impressed with Ronnie’s sales spiel and agrees to go ahead. Ronnie orders Champagne all round.
Here’s all appearing in Corrie this week
- Aadi Alahan – Adam Hussain
- Adam Barlow – Samuel Robertson
- Asha Alahan – Tanisha Gorey
- Audrey Roberts – Sue Nicholls
- Beth Sutherland – Lisa George
- Courtney Vance – Stephanie Davis
- DS Swain – Vicky Myers
- Daisy Midgeley – Charlotte Jordan
- Daniel Osbourne – Rob Mallard
- David Platt – Jack P. Shepherd
- Debbie Webster – Sue Devaney
- Dee-Dee Bailey – Channique Sterling-Brown
- Ed Bailey – Trevor Michael Georges
- Elaine Jones – Paula Wilcox
- Gail Rodwell – Helen Worth
- George Shuttleworth – Tony Maudsley
- Hope Dobbs – Isabella Flanagan
- Investor – Steve Varnom
- Jenny Connor – Sally Ann Matthews
- Joel Deering – Calum Lill
- Ken Barlow – William Roache
- Kevin Webster – Michael Le Vell
- Kirk Sutherland – Andrew Whyment
- Lauren Bolton – Cait Fitton
- Leanne Battersby – Jane Danson
- Michael Bailey – Ryan Russell
- Mr Goodson – Jacob Butler
- Nick Tilsley – Ben Price
- Nina Lucas – Mollie Gallagher
- Peter Barlow – Chris Gascoyne
- Police Officer – Eve Gordon
- Rita Tanner – Barbara Knox
- Ronnie Bailey – Vinta Morgan
- Roy Cropper – David Neilson
- Ryan Connor – Ryan Prescott
- Sally Metcalfe – Sally Dynevor
- Sam Blakeman – Jude Riordan
- Sarah Barlow – Tina O’Brien
- Stephen Reid – Todd Boyce
- Steve McDonald – Simon Gregson
- Taxi Driver – Ian Curley
- Tim Metcalfe – Joe Duttine
- Todd Grimshaw – Gareth Pierce
- Toyah Habeeb – Georgia Taylor
- Tracy McDonald – Kate Ford