First aired in December 1960, Coronation Street is the longest running, most watched soap opera in Britain. This boxed set of the best episodes from the 1990s is released to celebrate the fiftieth anniversary of everyone's favourite show. Winning numerous accolades, the show was described as the most successful television programme in British history by the Royal Television Society, and creator Tony Warren was made an MBE in 1976. The dramas of Weatherfield’s residents have kept viewers enthralled throughout the soap’s history, and this volume of classic episodes from the 1990s allows fans to revisit key moments and storylines of that decade. Newcomers include the unhappily married Des and Steph Barnes, loner Roy Cropper, wheelchair-bound battleaxe Maud Grimes, butcher Fred Elliott, scheming barmaid Tanya Poole, aspiring model Raquel Wolstenhulme, and the troublesome Battersby family; noted writers include Shameless creator Paul Abbott, and actor and playwright Stephen Mallatratt.
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