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Corrie Terry, 'EastEnders' row, 'Emmerdale' passion, 'Hollyoaks' fire

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Coronation Street bad boy Terry Duckworth returns to the cobbles later this month - and immediately finds himself in a fight with his son Tommy.

The drama begins when Nick Tilsley spots a sign outside the unit next to the Bistro, which announces that a new bar is about to open.

A shocked Nick then sees Owen struggling to get Tommy's clapped-out camper van moved from outside so that he can have a skip delivered. When Nick quizzes him about who he's working for, Owen reveals that the company is called 'TD Enterprises'.

With Tommy (Chris Fountain) nowhere to be found, a tow truck turns up and starts to lift the vehicle. When Tommy finally arrives back, he's aghast and berates the new bar's boss - which leads to a fight.

As Tommy brawls in the street, Tyrone (Alan Halsall) rushes over to pull the men apart. Only then does he realise just who Tommy's scrapping with - it's Terry (Nigel Pivaro)! How will Tommy react when he realises that he's face-to-face with his dad?

When Tommy arrives back to find his van being towed, he berates the boss who is quick to rise to the bait and a fight breaks out between them

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Tyrone rushes over to break the fight up as Tommy brawls with the other man

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Tyrone is shocked to discover that the man who Tommy is brawling with is his father - Terry Duckworth

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Coronation Street airs these scenes on Monday, April 16 at 7.30pm on ITV1.

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Over on EastEnders, Bianca Butcher has a showdown with Roxy Mitchell at the Queen Vic as she cracks under the pressure of her ongoing financial problems.

Bianca (Patsy Palmer) is still struggling to make ends meet, so she decides to sell some make-up in a bid to raise funds for a food shop. However, there's trouble ahead when the make-up mysteriously disappears.

As Shenice was recently at the Butcher residence, Bianca decides that the youngster must be the culprit, so she storms round to the pub to accuse her of being a thief - which leaves Roxy (Rita Simons) outraged.

Bianca is soon left embarrassed when it emerges that Tiffany took the make-up and gave it to Shenice. Despite Shenice's innocence being revealed, the bitchy remarks continue between Bianca and Roxy.

When Roxy criticises the way Bianca brings up her kids, the fiery mum finally loses it - launching herself at Roxy until Jack and Derek step in…

Roxy defends Shenice.

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Bianca and Roxy argue over Bianca's missing make-up.

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Jack and Derek try to stop the cat fight from escalating.

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EastEnders airs these scenes on Tuesday, April 17 at 7.30pm on BBC One.

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Coming up in Emmerdale, Carl King is thrilled when ruthless businesswoman Megan Macey makes a move on him.

The pair grow closer when Megan (Gaynor Faye) attends a make-up party that Nicola is hosting at Mill Cottage.

After spending the party sniping with Katie, Megan isn't best pleased when the blonde muscles in on her cosy ride home with Carl (Tom Lister).

Returning to Home Farm, Carl is taken aback by Megan's new forward approach as she kisses him passionately. However, he happily goes along with it when she claims that sometimes women just need some fun. How will Declan react the next morning when he discovers that Carl spent the night?

Emmerdale - Megan Macey (Gaynor Faye) and Carl King (Tom Lister)

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Carl is shocked by Megan's new and very forward approach, but he is keen to go along with it

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Emmerdale airs these scenes on Thursday, April 19 at 8pm on ITV1.

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Meanwhile, Hollyoaks teen Tilly Evans finds herself in danger when a fire is started at the sixth form college.

The story begins as Tilly (Lucy Dixon) is bowled over by newcomer Jen (Amy Downham), who she meets while hosting an art event at College Coffee. The pair soon start to spend time together and there's an instant attraction between them.

Jen and Tilly spend a romantic day on the beach.

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Tilly is swept off her feet by Jen.

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How will Tilly react when she finds out who Jen really is?

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However, Tilly is later horrified to realise that Jen is a new teacher at the college. In a bid to avoid her, Tilly hides in the college's store cupboard and gets locked in.

At the same time, George is panicking about doing a presentation that day, convinced that he's going to screw it up. Desperate to win favour with George, Phoebe (Mandip Gill) hatches a plan to buy him some more time and starts a fire in the college building.

Phoebe's shocking decision has huge consequences for Tilly as she's trapped in the store cupboard as the fire closes in. Desperate to get out, she slips and falls before passing out. Will her friends reach her in time?

Tilly finds herself in a dangerous situation.

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Tilly falls as she tries to escape.

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Tilly lies unconscious.

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Hollyoaks airs these scenes on Monday, April 16, Tuesday, April 17 and Wednesday, April 18 at 6.30pm on Channel 4.

> Read more Hollyoaks spoilers and news

Over on Doctors, Heston Carter faces a fresh ordeal when there is a second burglary incident at his home.

The drama plays out when Heston (Owen Brenman) wakes up to the sounds of a break-in. He then creeps downstairs with a cricket bat to find 28-year-old Curtis Brown filling a bag with his belongings.

Curtis wields a screwdriver to keep him away, but an enraged Heston hits him twice with the bat. When Curtis flees with the bag, Heston follows and attacks him again, sending him to the ground.

Later, Heston is quizzed by the police over the incident and is proud to have stood up for himself. However, the authorities take a dim view of Heston's actions and he starts to realise that he's in trouble. Could this affect Heston's medical career?

Doctors - Heston Carter (Owen Brenman) is arrested after attacking an intruder

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Doctors - Heston Carter (Owen Brenman) is arrested after attacking an intruder

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Doctors airs these scenes on Thursday, April 19 and Friday, April 20 at 1.45pm on BBC One.

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EastEnders topped our storyline poll last week as the drama on Heather's funeral day took 49.4% of the votes.

Hollyoaks came second with 16.6% for Scott's past being explored, while Emmerdale followed closely behind in third with 16.3% for Chas and Cameron's lust.

Coronation Street took fourth with 14.7% for Karl and Sunita's infidelity, while Doctors was fifth with 3.0% for Julia's new man Martin coming under scrutiny.

Don't forget to vote in the poll below and let us know which storyline sounds best this week!

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