The story begins when school headteacher Brian Packham hears news that the chair of governors has died, and immediately decides that Ken (Bill Roache) would be the perfect replacement.
Brian (Peter Gunn) has an ulterior motive for approaching Ken, as he is keen to ensure that the vice chair Mrs Papadopolous doesn't take over. Having been well and truly buttered up by Brian, Ken eventually agrees to put himself forward as a candidate.
Later, when Ken arrives at the school's election meeting, he is introduced to the other governors. However, he is in for a shock when he meets Mrs Papadopolous for himself, as he remembers her from when she was known under another name - Wendy Crozier!
Ken is unsettled to be spending time with Wendy (Roberta Kerr) again, and quickly regrets getting involved in any of this.
When the election votes come in, Ken is declared as the winner but he immediately wonders if he should stand down.
Brian's advice is that Ken should go ahead with his new position and keep things professional with Wendy - after all, they're both adults and their affair was 20 years ago.
However, Ken's anxiety remains - Brian has no idea what the name Wendy Crozier can do to Deirdre…
Coronation Street airs these scenes on Monday, September 24 at 7.30pm and 8.30pm on ITV1.
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Over on EastEnders, this is the moment that romantic sparks fly between Roxy Mitchell and AJ Ahmed.
When Roxy (Rita Simons) is stood up by Christian in an upcoming episode, it coincides with AJ also feeling bored - so he suggests that they should go for a cheeky afternoon drink together.
The pair clearly enjoy each other's company and there seems to be a chemistry between them, so AJ (Phaldut Sharma) later decides to take things further by inviting Roxy over to the Masood house.
When the pair arrive together, Zainab is left seething over the lack of respect that AJ has for her home - and Masood backs her up by making it clear that Roxy should leave.
AJ reluctantly shows Roxy the door, but can't resist going in for a kiss as he does so! Realising that Roxy really does seem to be keen on him, AJ risks the wrath of his family by sneaking her upstairs…
EastEnders airs these scenes on Monday, September 24 at 8pm on BBC One.
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Coming up on Emmerdale, there are more dark times ahead for Debbie Dingle as her daughter Sarah's health takes a turn for the worse.
An emotional day for the Dingles begins when Cameron (Dominic Power) agrees to look after Sarah while Debbie is out shopping with Charity. However, still struggling under the pressure of Carl's blackmail, a stressed-out Cameron snaps at Sarah to go upstairs.
When Debbie (Charley Webb) arrives back, she heads upstairs to check on Sarah and is frantic to find her unconscious. Cameron immediately feels terrible as Debbie berates him for leaving Sarah alone.
Panicking, Debbie and Cameron carry Sarah to the car as there is no time to call an ambulance for her.
When they arrive at the hospital, the tension continues as Debbie remains furious with Cameron for his half-hearted attempt at looking after Sarah.
Later, following some tests, Debbie hears some grave news - Sarah is developing leukaemia and needs a transplant sooner rather than later.
With still two weeks to go until her baby is due, Debbie is left fearing that the saviour sibling could arrive too late for Sarah…
Emmerdale airs these scenes on Wednesday, September 26 at 7pm on ITV1.
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Meanwhile, Hollyoaks fans can expect more drama for Riley, Mitzeee and the McQueens as baby Bobby goes missing.
The worrying development comes just as Riley (Rob Norbury) is facing a final decision between Mercedes and Mitzeee, who have been competing for his affections for quite some time.
As Mercedes is busy planning the upcoming wedding, Riley is left stunned when an on-the-run Mitzeee (Rachel Shenton) arrives at his door.
The pair's feelings for each other clearly haven't diminished despite everything that has happened recently, and they soon decide to run away together.
All plans are put on hold, however, when Bobby goes missing while in Mercedes's care.
Most of the village joins the search for the youngster, and Mitzeee seems to be the most likely suspect for his disappearance - has she jumped the gun and snatched him?
With Riley's father Carl back in Hollyoaks ahead of the wedding, the Costellos and the McQueens come together to attend a live TV appeal for Bobby's safe return.
With emotions running high, Mercedes (Jennifer Metcalfe) bitterly declares that Mitzeee is the culprit during the television appearance.
Mitzeee has been wrongly accused by Mercedes in the past, but is she guilty this time?
Hollyoaks airs these scenes on Tuesday, September 25 and Friday, September 28 at 6.30pm on Channel 4.
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We also have a bonus picture for Hollyoaks this week showing an emotional Cheryl identifying a body - who is it?
Hollyoaks airs these scenes on Tuesday, September 25 at 6.30pm on Channel 4.
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Over on Doctors, Imogen Hollins departs screens with a smile as she bows out from Letherbridge to go to art school.
In the build-up to her exit, Imogen (Charlie Clemmow) decides to defer her place on the art course as she would rather spend time with her free-spirited new love interest Kingsley.
Imogen's plans are crushed, however, when she finds Kingsley in bed with another man.
Quickly deciding that she wants to head off to art college after all, Imogen makes a desperate phone call to them, explaining that she has changed her mind. She is delighted to hear that it's not too late for her to start this year, as long as she gets there ASAP.
Although Rob and Karen are sad to see Imogen leave, they know deep down that it's for the best and bid an emotional farewell to their daughter.
Doctors airs these scenes on Monday, September 24 at 1.45pm on BBC One.
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Hollyoaks was the winner of our storyline poll last week as 37.0% of you chose Callum trying to catch out Ally as the best plot.
Coronation Street claimed second with 24.6% for Lloyd's secret family, while EastEnders followed closely behind in third with 24.1% for Tyler punching Joey.
Emmerdale was fourth with 9.0% for Kerry's health scare, while Doctors took fifth with 5.3% for Harrison's return.
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