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Episodes 14th November 2004-30th November 2004

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EMMERDALE

ITV1 Network Sunday 14 November 7:00 PM to 7:30 PM

Jimmy and Chloe get closer

Steph (Lorraine Chase) is forced to face the music as she is interrogated by the police over the incident at the quarry. Despite being terrified of what Turner (Richard Thorp) might have told them, she concocts a story claiming that she was merely driving her father to a hospital appointment.

Meanwhile Turner wakes in hospital and when the police question him about Steph’s intentions he admits that he thinks she was sedating him and had planned to kill him right from the start. Does Steph face a future behind bars at the hands of her father?

Chloe (Amy Nuttall) is annoyed when Carl (Tom Lister) fails to insist that Chas (Lucy Pargeter) contribute to their phone bill. She lets off steam to Jimmy (Nick Miles) who uses the opportunity to get closer to Chloe by offering her the cash himself.

Charity (Emma Atkins) and Tom (Ken Farrington) return home from hearing their bands being read in church and are greeted by Sadie (Patsy Kensit) who offers her services as their wedding planner. Charity is annoyed when Tom insists they cannot refuse the offer and suggests it might bring Charity and Sadie closer.

This episode of EMMERDALE is written by Bill Lyons produced by Kathleen Beedles and directed by Haldane Duncan. The executive producer is Keith Richardson and the series producer is Steve Frost. It is a Yorkshire Television production for ITV1.

Monday 15 November 7 - 7.30pm ITV1.

Steph’s (Lorraine Chase) situation worsens when the police search the B&B and find evidence that Steph was manipulating Turner’s (Richard Thorp) finances and keeping him locked in his room.

They confront Steph with the facts and unnerve her by pointing out that they are testing to see exactly how much medication is in his bloodstream. When the results come back, Steph is horrified as she is arrested for attempted murder.

Meanwhile Chloe’s (Amy Nuttall) nose is put out of joint when Carl (Tom Lister), caught up in his divorce papers, fails to notice her new outfit. However, Jimmy (Nick Miles) later earns brownie points by complementing her on her appearance. Later, Carl phones to postpone his lunch date with Chloe but Jimmy fails to pass the message on. Instead he heads to the pub himself to rescue her from being stood-up.

Elsewhere in the village, Sadie (Patsy Kensit) offers Katie (Sammy Winward) a job helping to plan Tom (Ken Farrington) and Charity’s (Emma Atkins) wedding. Is there an ulterior motive to her sudden generosity?

This episode of EMMERDALE is written by Marc Peirson , produced by Kathleen Beedles and directed by Haldane Duncan. The executive producer is Keith Richardson and the series producer is Steve Frost. It is a Yorkshire Television production for ITV1.


Tuesday 16 November 7 - 7.30pm ITV1.

Reality bites for Steph (Lorraine Chase) as she sits in her police cell feeling terrified and alone.

Her solicitor advises her to say as little as possible in the police interview as she continues to plead her innocence. However, to Steph’s relief, after further questioning she is free to leave.

Meanwhile, Emily (Kate McGregor) goes to visit Turner (Richard Thorp) and tells him that she previously saw Shelly (Carolyn Pickles) outside the B&B. Turner become increasingly upset as memories of hearing Shelly’s voice come flooding back to him and they decide to report Shelly’s disappearance to the police.

The police arrive to let Turner know that Steph has been released and Turner takes the opportunity to admit that he believes she may have harmed Shelly. He gives permission for them to conduct a full search of the B&B for evidence.

Katie (Sammy Winward) starts work for Sadie (Patsy Kensit) and her new boss wastes no time in taking the opportunity to ask questions about Robert’s (Karl Davies) ability in the bedroom!

This episode of EMMERDALE is written by Lesley Clare O’Neill, produced by Kathleen Beedles and directed by Haldane Duncan. The executive producer is Keith Richardson and the series producer is Steve Frost. It is a Yorkshire Television production for ITV1.


Wednesday 17 November 7 - 7.30pm ITV1.

The police arrive to search the B&B and when they find traces of blood and other evidence in the cellar they refuse to let Steph (Lorraine Chase) back in. Feeling confident that the discovery proves a scuffle went on, the police cannot rule out murder but realise that they need to find Shelly’s (Carolyn Pickles) body.

Ashley (John Middleton) offers Steph a shoulder to cry on along with a bed for the night, sticking by his principles that she is innocent until proven guilty.

Meanwhile Paddy (Dominic Brunt) and Emily (Kate McGregor) take Turner (Richard Thorp) home from hospital and Betty (Paula Tilbrook) invites him to stay with her.

Elsewhere, the cracks in Sadie (Patsy Kensit) and Jimmy’s (Nick Miles) marriage worsen despite her attempts to spend more time with her husband. Jimmy’s increasingly close relationship with Chloe (Amy Nuttall) does not help matters.

Bob (Tony Audenshaw) moves in with Dawn (Julia Mallam) forcing Scott (Ben Freeman) to move back in with his mum.

This episode of EMMERDALE is written by Lesley Clare O’Neill, produced by Kathleen Beedles and directed by Haldane Duncan. The executive producer is Keith Richardson and the series producer is Steve Frost. It is a Yorkshire Television production for ITV1.


Thursday 18 November 7 - 7.30pm ITV1.

Zoe (Leah Bracknell) is concerned about the state of Sadie (Patsy Kensit) and Jimmy’s (Nick Miles) marriage and Sadie admits that she wishes Jimmy desired her more.

When Katie (Sammy Winward) later confides in Sadie that Robert (Karl Davies) only has eyes for her, Sadie can’t resist the challenge and goes to see him at the garage. She makes her intentions clear by beginning to undo his overalls.

Robert is clearly captivated by her but Matthew (Matt Healy) interrupts the moment and Sadie leaves. Later she admits to Zoe that things are looking up and feels confident in her ability to seduce Robert. But will he succumb to her flirtation and cheat on Katie?

Meanwhile Danny (Cleveland Campbell) and Donna (Verity Rushworth) realise that the spark has gone from their relationship and agree to call it a day. Katie twigs that there is someone else on Donna’s mind but her friend doesn’t reveal her feelings for Marlon (Mark Charnock).

Police investigations continue and Shadrach (Andy Devine) is forced to admit that he stole Shelly’s (Carolyn Pickles) scarf from a bin outside the B&B and gave it to Lisa (Jane Cox). Steph’s (Lorraine Chase) car is towed away for evidence and the police also discover that Shelly’s bank account has been emptied.

This episode of EMMERDALE is written by Caroline Mitchell, produced by Kathleen Beedles and directed by Haldane Duncan. The executive producer is Keith Richardson and the series producer is Steve Frost. It is a Yorkshire Television production for ITV1.


Friday 19 November 7 - 7.30pm ITV1.

As Robert (Karl Davies) drops Katie (Sammy Winward) off at work, Sadie (Patsy Kensit) takes the opportunity to let him know she will be paying him a visit later on.

The seductress turns up at the garage and unbuttons her coat to reveal a sexy top underneath. With only one thing on her mind, she begins to kiss Robert passionately and he feels powerless to resist her advances.

Afterwards Sadie returns to work like the cat that got the cream and invites Katie to the pub that evening, telling her to bring Robert along. Robert sees no way out but can barely contain his discomfort all evening in Sadie’s company. Despite his guilt will he be able to resist going back for more?

Meanwhile, Marlon (Mark Charnock) is determined to ensure the twins have the best birthday ever. As Donna (Verity Rushworth) helps him make plans, Katie watches them together and is convinced that Donna has feelings for him. Donna admits she is right but claims she can’t risk losing their friendship by taking it further.

An old friend of Shelly’s (Carolyn Pickles) comes forward to say that the last time they spoke Shelly said she was returning to Yorkshire to see Turner (Richard Thorp).

This episode of EMMERDALE is written by Caroline Mitchell, produced by Kathleen Beedles and directed by Haldane Duncan. The executive producer is Keith Richardson and the series producer is Steve Frost. It is a Yorkshire Television production for ITV1.

EMMERDALE

ITV1 Network Sunday 21 November 9:00 PM to 10:30 PM


Marlon is devastated when Lilith returns for her children

It’s the morning of the twins’ birthday and Marlon (Mark Charnock) pretends to have forgotten while secretly planning a surprise party for the boys.

Later on he entertains the kids by dressing up as a clown, but mid-party, Lilith (Amanda Hennessy) turns up and Marlon is devastated as she bundles her children out of the door.

A sombre Marlon later approaches Donna (Verity Rushworth) and although it is clear that he misses the kids, he is happy that their visit has brought him and Donna closer together.

Marlon confesses to Donna that he has realised how much he cares for her and he leans in for a kiss. Could this be the beginning of a budding romance?

Elsewhere, Sadie (Patsy Kensit) cunningly asks Katie to go to work, knowing it’s a sure way to get Robert (Karl Davies) alone. She heads to the garage and enjoys playing seductress with her toy boy.

Elsewhere, Steph (Lorraine Chase) remains confident that she will not be found guilty of Shelly’s murder, insisting she is still alive. However, the net closes in on her when a coat is found on the landfill site that is thought to belong to the victim.

This episode of EMMERDALE is written by Mark Illis produced by Kathleen Beedles and directed by Henry Foster. The executive producer is Keith Richardson and the series producer is Steve Frost. It is a Yorkshire Television production for ITV1.

Monday 22 November 7 - 7.30pm ITV1

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Steph (Lorraine Chase) is stunned when the police turn up and arrest her on suspicion of Shelly’s (Carolyn Pickles) murder.

At the police station Steph tries to lie her way out of trouble but when she is confronted with DNA evidence she is forced to confess that Shelly returned and that she did tie her up in the cellar.

Steph is charged with murdering Shelly

Steph is adamant that she didn’t kill Shelly but even her solicitor is unconvinced, and when he withdraws from the case Steph is charged with murder. How will Turner react to the news that his daughter has been charged with killing the woman he loves?

Elsewhere, Marlon (Mark Charnock) is over the moon as he confides in Paddy (Dominic Brunt) and Emily (Kate McGregor) that the kids brought him and Donna (Verity Rushworth) together. Donna is equally delighted as she spills the beans to Katie (Sammy Winward). However, Katie sows a seed of doubt in Donna’s mind and she worries that Marlon is only with her because he is lonely.

Later on, Marlon reassures Donna that his feelings for her are genuine but they decide to keep their relationship secret.

This episode of EMMERDALE is written by Janys Chambers , produced by Kathleen Beedles and directed by Henry Foster. The executive producer is Keith Richardson and the series producer is Steve Frost. It is a Yorkshire Television production for ITV1.


Tuesday 23 November 7 - 7.30pm ITV1.

Steph (Lorraine Chase) meets her new solicitor and tells him to apply for bail that day. However, Steph is horrified when she is refused bail and told that she will appear in the crown court in seven days.

That evening Turner (Richard Thorp) receives a begging phone call from Steph desperately trying to convince him of her innocence. Appalled, Turner venomously tells his daughter that he has disowned her and that he hopes the court throw away the key.

Elsewhere, Charity (Emma Atkins) is uneasy when Tom’s (Ken Farrington) friends Helen (Shirley Dixon) and Roger (Malcolm Terris) visit. As they all enjoy catching up, Sadie takes pleasure in joining in and Charity can’t help feeling like an outsider.

Elsewhere, Syd (Nathan Gladwell) is delighted when he is offered an interview for a building company and his day gets even better when Chas (Lucy Pargeter) gives him a congratulatory kiss. Could Syd be harbouring a secret desire for the Dingle?

This episode of EMMERDALE is written by Janys Chambers, produced by Kathleen Beedles and directed by Haldane Duncan. The executive producer is Keith Richardson and the series producer is Steve Frost. It is a Yorkshire Television production for ITV1.


Wednesday 24 November 7 - 7.30pm ITV1.

Charity (Emma Atkins) spends an awkward morning at home with Tom’s (Ken Farrington) friend Helen (Shirley Dixon) while the men enjoy a round of golf.

Hurt by Helen’s cutting remarks about her culinary skills, Charity can’t help but retaliate by pointing out that the fattening meal she has prepared is a heart attack in the making.

Back at the golf course Tom watches in horror as Roger (Malcolm Terris) clutches his chest before falling to the floor.

Roger is later pronounced dead having suffered a massive heart attack. While Tom and Helen mourn their loss, Charity wishes she could take back her earlier comment.

Meanwhile, Syd (Nathan Gladwell) is offered a job in Manchester but when he hesitates to accept he is forced to admit to Chas (Lucy Pargeter) that he is reluctant to move away because he is in love with her. How will Chas react to his shocking confession?

Elsewhere, Scott (Ben Freeman) is relieved when he is given a twelve month suspended sentence for assaulting Frank. However, Dawn (Julia Mallam) is unimpressed by his smug smile and reminds him that he has destroyed Viv (Deena Payne) and Bob’s (Tony Audenshaw) marriage.

This episode of EMMERDALE is written by Sarah Bagshaw, produced by Kathleen Beedles and directed by Henry Foster. The executive producer is Keith Richardson and the series producer is Steve Frost. It is a Yorkshire Television production for ITV1.


Thursday 25 November 7 - 7.30pm ITV1.

Following the death of his friend, Tom (Ken Farrington) is overcome with grief and can’t help but dwell over his own mortality. Charity (Emma Atkins) comforts her husband-to-be but despite her assurance that their age gap isn’t a problem, he insists he’s only got a few years left and she’s better off without him.

Meanwhile, Dawn’s (Julia Mallam) harsh words play on Scott’s (Ben Freeman) mind and he apologises for all that he has put her through. Dawn is happy to accept his apology but makes it clear that they will be nothing more than friends.

Elsewhere, Syd (Nathan Gladwell) tries to apologise to Chas (Lucy Pargeter) but when she laughs off his declaration of love he points out that he meant every word. Chas explains that she thinks the world of him but still has feelings for Carl (Tom Lister).

Later Chas is distraught when Zak (Steve Halliwell) tells her that Syd has packed his bags and gone. She manages to catch up with him as he’s saying his final goodbyes and they share an emotional farewell. Chas is left weeping on Zak’s shoulder as Syd drives away.

This episode of EMMERDALE is written by Sarah Bagshaw, produced by Kathleen Beedles and directed by Henry Foster. The executive producer is Keith Richardson and the series producer is Steve Frost. It is a Yorkshire Television production for ITV1.


Friday 26 November 7 - 7.30pm ITV1.

After an altercation with Bob (Tony Audenshaw) in the street, Viv (Deena Payne) takes out her hurt on the customers in the cafe and ends up locking herself in the stock cupboard for the morning. Meanwhile, Bob is equally miserable as he clears out the cellar at the Woolpack.

Dawn (Julia Mallam) and Scott (Ben Freeman) come up with an idea to force their parents together and they book them a surprise holiday. Viv and Bob are horrified when they realise they have been set-up and refuse to go. However, after some persuasion they eventually agree but are clearly disgruntled as they head to the airport. Will the sun, sea and sand succeed in bringing the comedy duo back together?

 

Meanwhile, Sadie (Patsy Kensit) can hardly contain her delight when Tom (Ken Farrington) admits that he feels unable to talk to Charity (Emma Atkins) about how he is feeling. Knowing Tom (Ken Farrington) wants to spend to time alone, Sadie tries to cause further friction by suggesting to Charity that she do something special for him. Charity buys him gym membership but he is clearly not impressed.

Later Charity manages to convince Tom that all that matters is that they are together, regardless of their ages. But will this be enough to persuade Tom that he has a future with a woman over thirty years his junior?

This episode of EMMERDALE is written by Lindsay Williams, produced by Kathleen Beedles and directed by Henry Foster. The executive producer is Keith Richardson and the series producer is Steve Frost. It is a Yorkshire Television production for ITV1.

EMMERDALE

ITV1 Network Sunday 28 November 7:00 PM to 7:30 PM

Carl finally succumbs to Chloe’s charms

Chas (Lucy Pargeter) is pleased when she has a friendly chat with Carl (Tom Lister) in the pub, but feels humiliated when he leaves after a call from Chloe (Amy Nuttall).

Over at Dale View, Jimmy (Nick Miles) drops by to see Chloe but promptly leaves when he realises Carl is also home. Chloe sets about seducing Carl and unable to resist the stunning redhead any longer, Carl finally succumbs to her charms and they head up to the bedroom.

Chloe later ignores a call from Jimmy, but will she be content with just one of the King brothers?

Elsewhere, Terry (Billy Hartman) and Louise (Emily Symons) participate in the Dales Dash dressed as super heroes Cat Women and Robin. Halfway round Terry starts to struggle and they decide to take a break. Terry reflects on how things have changed over the last year and realising how much they mean to each other they share a kiss. Does this mark the beginning of a meaningful relationship for Louise and Terry?


This episode of EMMERDALE is written by Bill Taylor produced by Kathleen Beedles and directed by Alan Wareing. The executive producer is Keith Richardson and the series producer is Steve Frost. It is a Yorkshire Television production for ITV1.


Monday 29 November 7 - 7.30pm ITV1.

Chloe (Amy Nuttall) is delighted when she wakes up with Carl (Tom Lister) and is thrilled when he insists to Jimmy (Nick Miles) that she have half the day off to help him celebrate his recent promotion. Jimmy detects that Carl and Chloe are more than just friends and is furious that Chloe has been leading him on.

Later on Carl and Chloe go to the Woolpack and it is clear that they are together. Chas (Lucy Pargeter) saves face by congratulating Carl on his new job however inside her heart is breaking.

Meanwhile, Paul (Mathew Bose) returns to the village and knowing that Nicola (Nicola Wheeler) will be full of questions he escapes by offering Rodney (Patrick Mower) a hand at the vineyard. As the father and son compare notes on running a business it is clear that they have finally found some common ground.

Elsewhere, Sadie (Patsy Kensit) confronts Jimmy about Chloe and when a massive argument breaks out she suggests that they need counselling. Jimmy is unimpressed and tells his wife that he thinks they should call it a day, leaving Sadie devastated. Could this really be the end of their marriage?

This episode of EMMERDALE is written by Christine Murphy, produced by Kathleen Beedles and directed by Alan Wareing. The executive producer is Keith Richardson and the series producer is Steve Frost. It is a Yorkshire Television production for ITV1.


Tuesday 30 November 7 - 7.30pm ITV1.

Paul (Mathew Bose) is devastated when his boyfriend Enzo (Daniel D’Alessandro) turns up and tells him that he thinks they should end their relationship. Paul is clearly gutted but puts on a brave face and insists that Enzo still meet his family.

The evening with the Blackstocks' ends in disaster when a drunken Rodney (Patrick Mower) comments that he doesn’t want "promiscuous faggots" sharing a bed under his roof. Paul storms out in disgrace and Nicola (Nicola Wheeler) isn’t far behind, leaving Rodney feeling angry and self-righteous.

Meanwhile, Jimmy (Nick Miles) and Sadie’s (Patsy Kensit) marital problems continue as Jimmy ignores his wife’s phone calls. Sadie confides in Zoe that Jimmy didn’t return home last night and tells her that the root of the problem is that she doesn’t want to have kids.

Later on, Tom (Ken Farrington) tells Jimmy that he can stay at Holdgate Farm until he and Sadie sort things out. However, Sadie arrives to talk to her husband but is devastated when Tom and Charity (Emma Atkins) tell her that she should give Jimmy some space. Is their marriage beyond repair?

This episode of EMMERDALE is written by Margaret Simpson, produced by Kathleen Beedles and directed by Alan Wareing. The executive producer is Keith Richardson and the series producer is Steve Frost. It is a Yorkshire Television production for ITV1.


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