Getting Wild at the Rovers? CORONATION STREET ITV

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Getting Wild at the Rovers? CORONATION STREET ITV


THERE was a time when it seemed unlikely we'd ever see a Battersby with their name above the Rovers' door. But that's exactly what happens this week, and Toyah is hoping it will be a fresh start in more ways than one as she tells Peter she has a good feeling about her upcoming pregnancy test.

Unfortunately, it seems her boyfriend has decided to play a different game of happy families as he discovers Nick has sold the flat, leaving his ex Leanne, Simon and Oliver homeless - and invites them all to move in.

"There's so much potential for Leanne to be in the way and stir the pot," says Jane Danson who plays her.

"Even if she and Peter aren't romantically linked, they'll always be linked by Simon and Toyah."

Elsewhere, Michelle feels so bad about Chesney's stabbing that she gives him PS200 - which doesn't go down well with Robert, especially when Gemma and Adam insists it's an admission of guilt and that Chesney could sue for thousands. To add to the strain, bookings are down at the bistro and Michelle discovers someone has sprayed 'RIP' on the wall, but the situation is about to get even worse...

Todd and Billy are given new hope about Summer, Gina's financial problems mount, and Bethany panics at the thought of giving evidence against Nathan and Neil.

NEIGHBOURS Channel 5 STEPH enters Erinsbrough into a "Most Liveable Suburb" competition. Sure, if you can stand the frequent adultery, family feuds, drug abuse, kidnapping, deaths, health scares, hit-and-runs, financial ruin and marital breakdowns, then the sunny climate at least is rather agreeable.

Elsewhere, Clive and Sheila endure an awkward trip to an art gallery, Piper's online stalker starts on other Ramsay Street residents - culminating in a dramatic raid, above, by armed police. Still fancy moving to Erinsbrough? HOLLYOAKS Channel 4 SAY what you like about Hollyoaks characters, at least they come together when it matters.

This week sees almost half the cast jet off to the Balearics for a large-scale jolly, with Tom, Alfie, Prince, Hunter, Neeta, Sally and Ellie all in tow. Quite why a group of teens might opt to share their summer getaway with their teachers, we don't know (well, in Hunter's case, we can imagine...).

Indeed, Hunter gets jealous when he sees how well Neeta is getting on with hunky newcomer Brody; his brother, meanwhile, has other things to worry about after electing to get a decidedly dodgy drunken tattoo as an all-too permanent memento of his holiday.

Home & AWAY Channel 5 IT'S a fraught start to the week as Kat and Ash rush Luc, pictured, to hospital, however when they arrive, with the youngster's life hanging in the balance, they're informed that the paediatrician is busy.

Meanwhile Scarlett is taken aback when a stranger turns up - and the pieces begin to fall into place after it transpires he's a private detective. …

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