Behind the scenes on the Coronation Street set – a photo essay

In its glory days of the 1980s, Coronation Street attained peaks of 20 million-plus viewers. The series set in “Weatherfield” (a quasi-Salford) was gold for Manchester’s Granada TV. Currently the show peaks at about 7.5–8 million viewers, marginally ahead of its main rivals EastEnders (London) and Emmerdale (Yorkshire). The red rose wins by a neck.
Young pretenders Alya Nazir (played by Sair Khan) and Rana Habeeb (Bhavna Limbachia) rehearse a scene. The bright all-weather coats protect the actors and their costumes from the harsh weather. Coronation Street was slow to introduce resident... read more

 
14 March 2018 in Showbiz, Views: 36
Source: Guardian
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