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List Of Coronation Street Characters (1961) - Bill Gregory
... Bill Gregory Coronation Street character Portrayed by Jack Watson Introduced by Derek Granger (1961) H.V ... Len introduces Bill to his friends and neighbours on Coronation Street, including his best friend Elsie Tanner (Patricia Phoenix) ... is stunned to learn that Elsie is back living on the Street as he thought she was still happily married with Alan in Newcastle ...
List Of Coronation Street Characters (1961) - Others
... Ashcroft Wife of Fred Jackson, owner of the local chippy on Victoria Street ... for Mrs Briggs, who owns all the houses on Coronation Street ... She tells her of a notice up about the proposed demolition of Coronation Street ...
Bradley Walsh - Television
... In 2004, Walsh was approached by one of the nation's biggest shows, Coronation Street ... On May 31, 2004, Walsh's first scenes in Coronation Street, as factory boss Danny Baldwin, were aired ... During his time in Coronation Street, Walsh also appeared as Burglar Bill at the Children's Party at the Palace 2006 ...
List Of Coronation Street Characters (1996) - Samantha Failsworth
... Samantha Failsworth Coronation Street character Portrayed by Tina Hobley Introduced by Sue Pritchard Duration 1996–98 First appearance 17 July 1996 Last appearance 15 June 1998 ... Samantha later moves into the Street, house-sharing with newly-single Curly Watts and after ending Des Barnes's relationship with Claire Palmer, she begins dating Des ... Coronation Street Present and future characters Dennis Tanner Ken Barlow Emily Bishop Rita Sullivan Peter Barlow Deirdre Barlow Gail Platt Tracy Barlow Audrey Roberts Nick Tilsley ...
List Of Coronation Street Characters (1961)
... Coronation Street is a British soap opera, initially produced by Granada Television ... Created by writer Tony Warren, Coronation Street first broadcast on ITV on 9 December 1960 ...

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    The sturdy Irish arms that do the work are of more worth than oak or maple. Methinks I could look with equanimity upon a long street of Irish cabins, and pigs and children reveling in the genial Concord dirt; and I should still find my Walden Wood and Fair Haven in their tanned and happy faces.
    Henry David Thoreau (1817–1862)