Created & Finished
28th September 2004
3855 - Monday 27th September 2004
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Production Credits :-
THIS PROGRAMME IS SUBTITLED
This episode of EMMERDALE is written by Mark Illis produced by Kathleen
Beedles and directed by Tracey Rooney. 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
Viv Hope Deena Payne
Pearl Ladderbanks Meg Johnson
Len Reynolds Peter Martin
Alan Turner Richard Thorp
Steph Stokes Lorraine Chase
Ashley Thomas John Middleton
Danny Daggert Cleveland Campbell
Emily Kirk Kate McGregor
Louise Appleton Emily Symons
Zak Dingle Steve Halliwell
Shadrach Dingle Andy Devine
Bob Hope Tony Audenshaw
Marlon Dingle Mark Charnock
Chas Dingle Lucy Pargeter
Lisa Dingle Jane Cox
Dawn Woods Julia Mallam
Eric Pollard Christopher Chittell
Edna Birch Shirley Stelfox
Jack Sugden Clive Hornby
Diane Sugden Elizabeth Estensen
Grant Stimpson Keith Ladd
Terry Woods Billy Hartman
Ethan Blake Liam O’Brien
Scott Windsor Ben Freeman
Robert Sugden Karl Davies
Victoria Sugden Hannah Midgley
ITV1 Network Monday 27 September 7:00 PM to 7:30 PM
ITV2 Tuesday 28 September 9:55 AM to 10:25 AM
The village rejects Len and Pearl after discovering
Steph keeps Lisa and Emily away from Turner.
Diane makes it through her operation.
Viv plans a protest meeting outside Pearl’s
Pearl (Meg Johnson) is desperate to flee the
village, but Len (Peter Martin) is adamant that he won’t
be driven out of his own home.
Meanwhile Viv (Deena Payne) plans a protest meeting
outside Pearl’s house, leaving her distraught that her
worst nightmare has come true.
Still brimming with righteous indignation over
the news that Pearl’s son is coming to live in the village
Viv takes great pleasure in advertising the lurid Hotten Courier
about his release.
Pearl tells Len that their only option is to
leave the village. Refusing to be driven out Len heads for
the shop to buy milk
where he finds not only Viv but Emily and Louise also opposed
to Frank’s arrival.
Edna (Shirley Stelfox)
Pearl should hold her head up high and convinces her and
Len to go to the Woolpack to face the music.
How will they
by the locals?
Later in the Woolpack the villagers discuss
how they can prevent Frank’s arrival. Aware that the
issue could be useful to him politically Eric suggests a petition.
As the villagers line up to sign the petition Ashley
is appalled and tells them that Frank deserves a second chance.
joins him things turn ugly, as the regulars demand to know why
he’s not signing the petition. As Ashley and Ethan leave
Ashley tells Eric that he knows exactly what he’s up to.
Meanwhile when Len and Pearl go
to the Woolpack Louise tells them they are not welcome in there.
After Pearl rushes out Edna tells the villagers
Frank has paid for his sin and asks them whether they’ve
paid for theirs?
Elsewhere, Lisa pops round to see Alan and
tells Steph that she’d like to take him out to get some
fresh air. Steph turns her away, telling her that Alan is still
not up to visitors. When Alan tells her that he could have
done with the company because he’s starting to feel lonely
Steph gives him a bottle of wine and says that it will keep
Later in the Woolpack Steph later turns on the
self-pity and deviously suggests to an enthralled Viv that
Turner’s (Richard Thorp) mental state seems unstable.
Steph adds to it by asking Viv to ask Emily
not to bring Alan round any puzzle books because he wouldn’t
be up to them because his mentally ability is not what
Over at the pub Zak and Shadrach are delighted when Bob comes
up with the idea of a darts match. The only snag for Shadrach
is that no one in his family wants him on the team.
The Dingles are delighted to find out that there is a cash prize
for the winners of the darts competition and quickly set about
putting together a team. They initially refuse to let Shadrach
(Andy Devine) join in.
When the Dingles gather to practise Shadrach disappears and
returns with a tin containing his magic darts. Shadrach scores
180. Everyone is impressed but Zak still refuses to let him join
Back in the Woolpack Louise asks Terry to play
but he says he’s
not interested. Viv tells Louise that he is afraid of failure
because he used to be a great darts player.
||Diane has her operation and Jack waits anxiously.
||Much to Jack's relieve she regains consciousness. It is too early
to establish how successful the operation was but they did remove
some of the colon and did all they could.