10 Years Ago in the Soaps - Remind yourself of the top soap drama happening in EastEnders, Coronation Street, Emmerdale and Hollyoaks 10 years ago this week!
Bradley Branning was feeling broody in EastEnders, John Stape was terrifying Rosie Webster in Coronation Street, Donna Dingle cheated in Emmerdale, and Calvin Valentine wed Carmel McQueen in Hollyoaks – 10 Years Ago in the Soaps!
EastEnders – 10 Years Ago in the Soaps
If Bradley Branning (Charlie Clements) was hoping to bring Stacey (Lacey Turner) round to the idea of having a baby, landing her with Oscar Branning wasn’t working. Bradley came home to find Stacey holding a decidedly smelly Oscar at arm’s length, saying he needed his nappy changing. Then she promptly handed the baby over to Bradley to do the honours. Stacey wasn’t sure she was ready to settle down and be a mum just yet…
Coronation Street – 10 Years Ago in the Soaps
John Stape (Graeme Hawley) had got his relationship with Fiz Brown back on track and he didn’t want anyone spoiling it, especially not teen temptress Rosie Webster (Helen Flanaghan). When Rosie booked a cab, he turned up as her driver, bundled her into the taxi and drove her to a deserted part of town and told her to stay out of his life for good. Then he let her go, pleased to have scared the living daylights out of her…
Emmerdale – 10 Years Ago in the Soaps
Donna Dingle (Verity Rushworth) was confused about her feelings for fellow cop Ross Kirk (Samuel Anderson) after the car crash that put her in hospital. Donna’s husband Marlon (Mark Charnock) was confused, too, and worried when he saw Ross comforting Donna in hospital. Ross told Donna he knew she would only ever see him as a friend but the kiss they shared later in the week went much further than friendship!
Hollyoaks – 10 Years Ago in the Soaps
It was a rocky road to the altar for Calvin Valentine (Ricky Whittle) and Carmel McQueen. Even on the morning of the wedding Calvin got sidetracked doing a dodgy job for Warren Fox and Carmel (Gemma Merna) feared she’d been jilted. But finally the groom appeared in the church doorway and the couple tied the knot, before everyone bundled back to The Loft for a good old-fashioned knees-up.