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Production Credits :-
Thursday 4th March 2004
THIS PROGRAMME IS SUBTITLED
This episode of EMMERDALE is written by Bill Taylor, produced by Tim Key and Kathleen Beedles, and directed by Dan Wilson. 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
Carl Tom Lister
Thursday 4 March 7.00
to 7.30 pm ITV1 & Friday 5 March 9.55 to 10.25 am ITV2
The Kings celebrate winning the refuse contract from the Tates.
Zoe (Leah Bracknell) is left with a bitter taste in her mouth as the council tender for the refuse contract is swiped from under her nose. Not used to coming second place, the news comes as a shock to the ambitious businesswoman.
Meanwhile, the King’s are elated to have won the contract and toast their family’s triumph and the demise of their rivals with champagne.
The refuse contract appears to be just the beginning for the head of the King empire as Tom (Ken Farrington) vows to get his hands on Home Farm if it’s that last thing he does.
Blissfully unaware of the sinister promise, Zoe is left licking her wounds as she cuts her losses with Tate Trash.
Elsewhere in the village, Zak (Steve Halliwell) sets the wheels in motion to find out the identity of the baby’s father as he asks Zoe to take part in the paternity test. Scott (Ben Freeman) is surprised when she quickly agrees.
At the hospital, Charity is still determined to give the infant up for adoption despite Debbie’s (Charley Webb) constant pleas. After pressure from her daughter Charity finally gives the baby a name – Noah.
There’s defiance at the factory, as Steph (Lorraine Chase) tries to lay down the law with the employees. The staff stand their ground and demand that sacked Zak be reinstated before work continues.