“THAT’S happening all round the country to 41-year-olds who look like me.
“But nobody gets to see that on the telly.”
Sally Lindsay is talking about her main storyline in new BBC1 six-part drama series Ordinary Lies.
Written by Danny Brocklehurst and made by Red Productions.
One sentence alone that should have you tuning in to the opening episode at 9pm next Tuesday (March 17).
THERE were other interviews after this week’s special Coronation Street preview screening in London.
You may already have read my transcript of the main cast Q&A at Coronation Street: Wedding Drama.
I later spoke to Michelle Keegan (Tina McIntyre) about a different subject:
Shopping, Katherine Kelly and Mr Selfridge.
“I think this is going to be a day that nobody forgets.”
Kirsty Soames makes a prediction on the morning of her wedding to Tyrone Dobbs.
She’s not wrong.
I was at ITV’s London launch yesterday for next Monday’s two wedding day episodes.
Always a treat to see Coronation Street on a big screen with an audience.
And then a showreel of what is to come in the weeks and months ahead.
THE stars of Coronation Street talk to me on the cobbles about the show’s 50th birthday – and the tram crash.
This 20 minute podcast includes interviews with actors Ian Puleston-Davies (Owen Armstrong), Antony Cotton (Sean Tully), Craig Gazey (Graeme Proctor), Michelle Keegan (Tina McIntyre) and Steve Huison, who plays Eddie Windass.
Plus the sounds of Corrie’s Street party in the background.
Including Kym Marsh singing Son Of A Preacher Man.