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50 Great Things About Coronation Street

TV Cream’s 50 Great Things About Coronation Street Podcast – Episode 3

Barlows at large
Hello readers. This “photo” of Deirdre and me was taken back when I was half the man I am now (quite literally) and Deirdre’s voice was two octaves higher than it is today. Since then we’ve had our ups and downs and… ups and downs and – well I am sure I don’t need to belabour the point that married life for us hasn’t always been a straightforward affair, although affairs there have been. And in my case at least, I can vouch they were all of the “straight” kind (ie. man and woman), regardless of what Blanche might have once said.

Well the team at TV Cream have put together another audio “mag” of reports about Coronation Street, and the third instalment, which is also going to be the last before they take a well earned break for Christmas, is out now.

It’s called TV Cream’s 50 Great Things About Coronation Street “Podcast”, and there really is a lot of listenable stuff on there. Things about “Corrie” spin-offs and Baldwin’s cast-offs, no doubt. But seriously for a moment, it really is a fascinating listen.

So what’s stopping you? Too busy rubbing your chin and sitting there in your armchair brooding, with the top buttons on your shirt undone? Don’t delay! You can download episode 3 of TV Cream’s 50 Great Things About Coronation Street Podcast from TV Cream; you can subscribe to it via iTunes; or you can listen to it right here:
[podcast]http://www.tvcream.co.uk/media/corrie03.mp3[/podcast]

Oh and merry Christmas to you all!

2 Comments

2 Comments

  1. TV Cream

    December 22, 2010 at 12:07 pm

    We’ve compiled a Spotify playlist of the music used in this series of podcasts. There’s a link in the right-hand column, but to save your scrollbar: http://open.spotify.com/user/jackkw/playlist/6oD3Am5Wi0MJzdV0ZTrnRY

  2. Palitoy

    January 11, 2011 at 8:54 pm

    Corrie was the backdrop to my life and I’d fallen out of love with it. Yet this is the finest series of podcasts I’ve ever heard, and has replaced Chris Morris’ Radio 1 Boxing Day Show of 1994 on my ‘top o’ the downloads’ list.

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