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This episode of EMMERDALE is written by Mark Illis, produced by Tim Key and Kathleen Beedles, and directed by Oliver Horsbrugh. 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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Marlon Dingle Mark Charnock
THURSDAY 18 MARCH 7.00 - 7.30 pm ITV1
Emily worries about Marlon’s state of mind
Grieving Marlon (Mark Charnock) is still refusing to leave the attic at Holdgate Farm and spends his time scribbling abusive letters to Tricia’s ex-bosses in Bollywood.
When Emily (Kate McGregor) goes to visit him she is relieved that he finally lets her up into the attic. But her relief turns to shock when she finds her bedraggled friend has built a shrine of photos and teddy bears to his late wife.
Worried about his state of mind, Emily desperately tries to convince him to come down, but Marlon simply asks to be left alone.
Meanwhile, Val (Charlie Hardwick) still can’t resist the excitement of having two men on the go. Despite her night of passion with Rodney (Patrick Mower), she later goes to see Danny (Cleveland Campbell) and wastes no time in getting him into the sack.
Chloe (Amy Nuttall) calls round to collect some of her belongings from Syd’s (Nathan Gladwell) and the atmosphere is frosty between them. Although Syd wants to put the argument behind them, Chloe enjoys watching him squirm and makes it clear she has no intention of letting it pass.