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This episode of EMMERDALE is written by Sarah Bagshaw, produced by Kathleen Beedles, and directed by Duncan Foster. The executive producer is Keith Richardson and the series producer is Steve Frost. It is a Yorkshire Television production for ITV1.
IN ORDER OF APPEARANCE
Emily Kirk Kate McGregor
TUESDAY 20 APRIL 2004 7.00 TO 7.30PM ITV1
Victoria confides in Diane that she saw Robert and Katie kissing.
A trip to the child psychiatrist reveals that Victoria (Hannah Midgley) has been traumatised and as a result has become electively mute. Diane (Elizabeth Estensen) suggests they retrace Victoria’s actions the day she stopped speaking. They ask Robert (Karl Davies) if he can remember anything odd but he claims he can’t.
Later, when Victoria continues to talk through her puppet, Jack (Clive Hornby) loses his temper and throws it against the wall before sending her to her room. After making their excuses, Robert and Katie (Sammy Winward) head off to the pub and agree that they are going to have to tell Jack the truth.
Meanwhile Diane retrieves Alfie and goes after Victoria to comfort her. Eventually Victoria uses Alfie to tell her that she saw Robert and Katie kissing on the bed and that Robert threatened bad things would happen if she told. Stunned, Diane breaks the news to Jack. How will he react to the news that his son has betrayed Andy?
Elsewhere, the Kings have a consultation with their surveyor over plans for the cricket pitch, Jarvis (Richard Moore) turns up but his protests are ignored. Later in the pub Jarvis tells the villagers they have got to present a united front against the King family and sets about drawing up posters for his campaign.
After some coaxing from Diane and Louise (Emily Symons), Marlon (Mark Charnock) finally agrees to return to his job at the Woolpack for good. Does this mean Marlon’s life is finally back on track?