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For resident Corrie Watchers

Posted by countrycottageklutz (My Page) on
Fri, Nov 9, 12 at 9:43

Not sure if there are many amongst the Kitchen Table residents who watch Corrie, but for those of us who do, it's a sad day. Bill Tarmey has passed while on holiday in Tenerife.

Bill will be missed, and I for one give thanks for his years of dedicated Jack Duckworth portrayal. May he rest happily in peace. Thanks Bill, for all the wonderful memories!

Here is a link that might be useful: Bill Tarmey


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RE: For resident Corrie Watchers

Yes, I am a big fan of Corrie, I loved Jack.


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I was so sad to read that Bill Tarmey had died. Although he left Corrie in 2010 its never been quite the same without him. RIP Bill.

Karen UK


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That is sad. We are big Corrie fans in my family and have been watching it since the beginning. I really miss the older gang and there are not many left now. Jack was always a favourite character.


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sorry to hear that. I couldn't figure out what tv show you were talking about I watched Coronation Street back when I lived in Miami (left there in 92) haven't found the program on any USA channels since


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Oh, sorry Minnie..never gave it a moments thought calling it Corrie! Coronation Street is available on YouTube to watch, takes a bit of searching to find, and there are a couple of fan club sites that keep all of us up to date, with UK spoilers for those who like to look ahead!


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Thanks for letting me know about YouTube I'd have to start from the newest episodes. I'll check it out


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Canada was almost 9 months behind but we are almost caught up now. This is the link I used to keep up with the current timeline. You can go back to the beginning to read what happened on the episodes.

Here is a link that might be useful: Episode Updates


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