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Tonight's Soaps: Coronation Street, Emmerdale, Hollyoaks

Details of what's to come tonight on Coronation Street, Emmerdale and Hollyoaks.


Coronation Street (Episodes 10352 and 10353)

Writer: Ian Kershaw
Director: Alex Jacob

Emma invites friends to Curtis's cocktail evening at the bistro, but Fiz's heart sinks when a glammed-up Alina arrives with Tyrone, who's squeezed into his new skinny jeans.

Tyrone on Coronation Street on June 17, 2021© ITV

Fiz on Coronation Street on June 17, 2021© ITV

Summer is told that she is suffering from stress and anxiety.

Billy and Summer on Coronation Street on June 17, 2021© ITV

DS Glynn informs Harvey that his attempts to intimidate the witnesses won't work.

DS Glynn and Harvey on Coronation Street on June 17, 2021© ITV

Harvey on Coronation Street on June 17, 2021© ITV

DS Glynn visits Leanne and makes it clear that her evidence is vital in getting Harvey locked up for good.

Leanne on Coronation Street on June 17, 2021© ITV

DS Glynn on Coronation Street on June 17, 2021© ITV

At a hotel bar, Nina spots Tommy Orpington with Corey, who's just won a 'Best New Talent' award. Nina blurts out to Tommy that Corey killed her boyfriend, before picking up the award...

Nina, Corey and Tommy on Coronation Street on June 17, 2021© ITV

This hour-long episode airs at 9pm on ITV


Emmerdale (Episodes 9075 and 9076)

Writer: Adam Sales
Director: Neil Alderton

It's Leyla's wedding day - but she's overcome with horror to find Bernice wearing a wedding dress.

Bernice and Leyla on Emmerdale on June 17, 2021© ITV

Bernice on Emmerdale on June 17, 2021© ITV

Leyla on Emmerdale on June 17, 2021© ITV

Liam on Emmerdale on June 17, 2021© ITV

Wendy lets Bob know that she appreciates his support.

Wendy on Emmerdale on June 17, 2021© ITV

Bob on Emmerdale on June 17, 2021© ITV

This hour-long episode airs at 8pm on ITV


Hollyoaks (Episode 5614)

Writer: Sachin Kureishi
Director: Mustapha Kseibati

Sally is eager to get going with the murder re-enactment and casts Sylver as George. Meanwhile, John Paul confides to Mercedes that he's finding it tough in prison.

Also: Shaq overhears Sami mocking him, Summer has to rethink her revenge plan on Brody and Ripley helps Brooke practise for job interviews.

This episode airs at 6.30pm on Channel 4


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Friday, July 23


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ROWING
· Two-time Olympic gold medallist and comeback queen Helen Glover teams up with Polly Swan in the heats of the women's pair (12.30am-4.30am)

ARTISTIC GYMNASTICS
· Two-time Rio gold medallist Max Whitlock leads Team GB's charge in the men's qualification, while Rhys McClenaghan flies the flag for Ireland (2am-2pm)

SHOOTING
· The first gold medal of the Games will be awarded in the Air Rifle women's final (from 2.45am)

CYCLING
· The men's road race should be a wide-open thriller, with Team GB among those going for gold (3am-10am)

TENNIS
· Andy Murray, Novak Djokovic and Naomi Osaka are among the names in action on the opening day of tennis (from 3am)

SWIMMING
· Adam Peaty and many others get their Olympics campaigns underway on the opening day of swimming (11am-12.50pm)

FOOTBALL
· Team GB's women try to make it two wins from two against hosts Japan (11.30am)
· Netherlands and Brazil, who scored 15 goals between them on matchday one, face off (12pm)
· World champions USA look to bounce back from a shock opening defeat against New Zealand (12.30pm)

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