Tuesday, May 31, 2005

Classic Corrie Info

I FINALLY get to see Bet's departure, which I think the CBC screwed us out of originally.

CALLING ALL CORRIE FANS:
CORONATION STREET CLASSICS, WEEKDAYS AND NIGHTS ON
CBC'S COUNTRY CANADA, STARTING MONDAY, MAY 30

Remember when Samir Rashid was tragically killed, leaving our
Deirdre widowed?
Bet's difficult decision to leave the Street?
Or Raquel and Curly's on-again, off-again marriage?

Fans of CORRIE will be thrilled with this special chance to wander
down memory lane-weekdays and nights-with CORONATION STREET
CLASSICS, which debuts on CBC's digital channel Country Canada,
Monday, May 30. Seen three times a day at 4 p.m. ET, 8 p.m. ET and
12:30 a.m. ET.

Going back to episodes from 1995, CORONATION STREET CLASSICS on CBC
Country Canada offers a nostalgic look back at some of the best
shows in the series. CORONATION STREET is the world's longest
running drama serial and, without doubt, one of the most successful
television programs ever.

Highlights of CORONATION STREET CLASSICS include the beating death
of Samir (Al Nedjari), the younger and beloved husband of Deirdre
(Anne Kirkbride); the arrival of the gorgeous Maxine (Tracy Shaw),
who ended up brutally murdered by Gail's (Helen Worth) psycho
husband Richard (Brian Capron); the sad departure from the Street of
flamboyant long-time resident Bet Lynch (Julie Goodyear); the
beautiful Raquel's (Sarah Lancashire) tumultuous relationship with
Curly (Kevin Kennedy); and then, Raquel's departure from CORONATION
STREET; and it wouldn't be Corrie if Ken Barlow (William Roach, the
only original

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