- 1 Wed 1 Jan, 1964
Laurie tells Elsie that Dennis had to go because he didn't open the office over Christmas, losing them eleven bookings. Annie overhears Joan telling Gordon she can't return because Annie is ill. Val gets Frank to show Dave around the flat above the shop. Dave isn't too keen but realises he'll have to take it. Joan tells Annie she's left Gordon and is not going back.
Air Date: 1964-01-01
- 2 Mon 6 Jan, 1964
With a new roundabout being built, all the town's traffic is diverted down Rosamund Street. With Emily away, Myra helps at Gamma. Elsie puts pressure on Dennis to get a job. Jack thinks Joan should be sent home. Joan tells Concepta that Gordon is against them having children and won't let her work. He treats her like a child. Dennis plans to open a club but no one will back him. Jack tells Joan she must stand against the Davies' and makes her see that her marriage will not be a bed of roses. She agrees to return to Gordon. Elsie is shocked when Dennis agrees to go for a labouring job at Amalgamated Steel, despatch dept.
Air Date: 1964-01-06
- 3 Wed 8 Jan, 1964
Lucille is delighted when Harry tells her she can go to Walter's concert at the Palais. Ken goes after promotion as Head of English on an extra £150 a year. Dennis gets the job at Amalgamated Steel. The Hewitt's worry that Christopher's coughing will get worse living in the Street. Ken argues for a crossing on Rosamund Street. Val thinks he's putting his promotion in jeopardy.
Air Date: 1964-01-08
- 4 Mon 13 Jan, 1964
Dennis starts work in the loading bay. After the concert, Walter has a load of screaming fans outside No.11. Lucille is furious when Jennifer Knott is photographed in the paper as President of Walter's fan club. Walter's fans kiss Elsie's front door. Elsie is amazed when Walter's record sells 100,000 with him getting 2 1/2d for each one. Walter doesn't think he can cope with success. Len gets annoyed when the Barlows keep chasing him to get the flat ready for Dave. Laurie tells Elsie he's planning to open a nightclub in Elliston's basement and asks her to be a croupier.
Air Date: 1964-01-13
- 5 Wed 15 Jan, 1964
Lucille is so concerned with Walter that she forgets Concepta's birthday. The fans hold fort outside No.11. When they chalk 'I love Brett' over the Vestry, Ena demands their removal and is shocked when Lucille defies her. Florrie puts an application in for a sub post office. Lucille prepares for battle against Jennifer. Ena opposes the club venture. Swindley tells Laurie he will fight him over the plans. Harry is horrified when Lucille has "Brett Falcon Fan Club President" tattooed on her arm.
Air Date: 1964-01-15
- 6 Mon 20 Jan, 1964
Harry blames Walter for the tattoo. Val rows with Ken when he and Dave write to the papers over the lack of a school crossing. She tells him that if he gets the sack she'll leave him. Dave moves into Frank's flat. Swindley and Ena form an allegence to fight Laurie. Dennis finds the hard work getting to him. Walter is offered a European tour with the group but the screaming fans are getting to him.
Air Date: 1964-01-20
- 7 Wed 22 Jan, 1964
With the national papers reporting the news of Walter's tour, the Street fills with screaming fans. Walter doesn't want to go as he'd rather stay with the Tanners. Laurie makes him realise if he wants success he must accept his fans and do the tour. Florrie plans to change the shop round, moving the door to stop the draughts. Dennis smuggles Walter out of No.11 and off to Cannes dressed in his old window cleaning clothes. Walter gives him money to have a bathroom installed in the house.
Air Date: 1964-01-22
- 8 Mon 27 Jan, 1964
Ken is summoned to the Education Officer. Val tells Dave he's not wanted in her house, he tells her how lonely he is and they are puzzled by the fact that they are talking for the first time. Susan Schofield is knocked down outside Bessie Street and is rushed unconscious to hospital. Dave blames himself as he was getting the children across the road. Whilst Ken gets angry with the council, Val tries to comfort Dave.
Air Date: 1964-01-27
- 9 Wed 29 Jan, 1964
Susan is put on the danger list. Ken gets a TV producer friend interested in the crossing story. Laurie offers £750 to Len to sort out the alterations for the club. Len wants the work but doesn't want to run around Laurie. Susan dies in hospital. Dave refuses to do the TV interview so Ken agrees to do it, without the school's permission.
Air Date: 1964-01-29
- 10 Wed 30 Dec, 1964
The club is granted a license. Ken doesn't get the job of head of department because of the TV interview. Dennis gets mucked around at work by the other loaders who have a joke at his expense. They get him to send a load to Glasgow which should have gone to Leeds.
Air Date: 1964-12-30
- 11 5 Feb 1964
Dennis is threatened with the sack if he makes another mistake. Len reveals that the PPOP members are all doing business with Laurie and that Alderman Langton has sold Laurie his share of the factory. Val doesn't know what to do to help Ken. She blames him and he hates her for not being completely interested in him. He tells her he doesn't need a wife, he needs someone who understands him. They realise they shouldn't have married. Len thinks of taking on an apprentice with all the work at the shop and the club. Dennis takes the blame for a smashed crate so that he will be sacked. After drowning his sorrows, Ken returns home to find Val has left. Val arrives at Dave's flat with her suitcase.
Air Date: 1964-02-05
- 12 Mon 10 Feb, 1964
Frank tells Ken he doesn't blame Val for walking out. Dave is alarmed when Val tells him she should have married him, not Ken. She tells Frank she intends to stay with Dave. Len takes up with machinist Joyce Lennox, to Elsie's amazement. Ken confronts Dave and Val. When Dave tells him he doesn't want Val, Ken takes her home.
Air Date: 1964-02-10
- 13 Wed 12 Feb, 1964
Frank gives Dave a week's notice to vacate the flat - he's closing it up. Elsie refuses to ask Laurie for a job for Dennis. Frank realises Dave didn't lure Val away but Dave refuses to let him retake the notice. Val agrees to go away on holiday with Ken. Laurie promises Dennis a job when the club opens. Annie tells Swindley that Emily has sold Laurie 100 metres of velvet curtains, Swindley refuses to believe her.
Air Date: 1964-02-12
- 14 Mon 17 Feb, 1964
Eddie Thomas starts as Len's apprentice. Lucille falls for him. Emily has to cancel the velvets from the warehouse without Swindley knowing about them. She is too late and the order is processed. When she tells Swindley he stands by his principles and refuses to hold the order. Len shocks everyone by taking Joyce out.
Air Date: 1964-02-17
- 15 Wed 19 Feb, 1964
Swindley tells Laurie his curtain order is cancelled. He will not handle Laurie's tainted money. Laurie throws him out of the club. Swindley accuses Emily of being against him and lying to him. Laurie offers Martha a job as cleaner at the club. Harry warns Len that Joyce is just after his money. Mr Papagopolous refuses to cancel the order. When Swindley shouts at Emily, Ena stands up for her. Swindley realises he has to apologise to Laurie.
Air Date: 1964-02-19
- 16 Mon 24 Feb, 1964
The Barlows return from their holiday reconciled. Len is amazed to discover Joyce is a friend of Eddie's. Laurie gets hold of some cheaper curtains, to Swindley's horror. Emily breaks down when Swindley tells her she is completely lacking in judgement and sense. Swindley has twenty-four hours in which to get rid of the curtains. Emily begs Laurie to take them back but he refuses. Lucille agrees to go out with Eddie.
Air Date: 1964-02-24
- 17 Wed 26 Feb, 1964
Swindley misses a PPOP meeting and is dropped as candidate for the elections. Emily is shocked when he comes to work dressed scruffy. Jerry and Eddie work in the shop as Len organises the work at the club. Elsie tells Len everyone thinks he's a dirty old man, he tells her to mind her own business. Swindley frightens Emily by showing signs of a breakdown. Ken and Val try too hard to be nice to each other. Harry and Concepta are pleased when Lucille ask their permission before going out with Eddie. When Swindley misses a meeting with Papagopolous Emily goes in search of him. Swindley is nearly knocked down by a bus as he wanders the street, crying.
Air Date: 1964-02-26
- 18 Mon 2 Mar, 1964
Swindley packs his belongings from the shop in the night and leaves, with the shop door still open. Florrie worries that the shop will never be finished. Emily finds Swindley at home, worrying about rationing and a childhood book - he's had a breakdown.
Air Date: 1964-03-02
- 19 Wed 4 Mar, 1964
Dennis plans a party for Elsie's birthday. Emily summons Swindley's sister to take care of him. Martha agrees to clean the club. Dennis shows Elsie her present - a bath, paid for by Walter. Elsie decides to turn Linda's bedroom into the bathroom. Ena starts a collection for Swindley. Papagopolous sends him flowers and fruit. He is taken home by his sister. Dennis presents Elsie with a birthday cake with forty-eight candles.
Air Date: 1964-03-04
- 20 Mon 9 Mar, 1964
Jerry worries that Myra is spending too much money. Florrie can't open the post office until she has an assistant, Myra agrees to have the job. Emily asks her to be her assistant at Gamma. Myra tells them both to sort it out between them. Martha discovers Ted Ashley is back in town after 40 years. Emily and Florrie can't decide about Myra. Jerry tells them that he doesn't want Myra working at all - she's a housewife. Len drops everything to fit the bath in No.11. A despondent Florrie gives Dennis the job in the shop.
Air Date: 1964-03-09
- 21 Wed 11 Mar, 1964
Florrie's new look shop/post office opens. Martha invites Ena and Minnie to tea. Ena is suspicious. Dennis finds it hard work at the shop. Ena and Minnie are shocked when an immaculately dressed Martha introduces them to Ted. Florrie is worn down by Dennis as he nearly wrecks the shop. Lucille is upset when Eddie becomes evasive about taking her out again. Ted is embarrassed by Martha's attention as he doesn't remember her. Len is stood up when Joyce and Eddie go off together.
Air Date: 1964-03-11
- 22 Mon 16 Mar, 1964
Ted tells Martha she should stay with his sister in London for a visit. Eddie tells Len he did not know Joyce had stood him up. Minnie decides she wants a koala bear. Ena is shocked to discover Ted has 30,000 acres. Elsie tells Laurie she will only work at the club if he gives Dennis a job, he agrees. Val is amazed when Ken takes her out for a meal. Martha tells Ena she's going to London with Ted.
Air Date: 1964-03-16
- 23 Wed 18 Mar, 1964
Laurie tells Len to tell Joyce there's a job for her at the club. Martha withdraws her savings for her fare to London. Ted didn't think she'd take him up on the offer. Ken tells Val he's got a new job as Head of English at Granston Technical College. Jerry worries as more furniture arrives at No.13. Ena pretends Ted has proposed to her to put Martha off but as far as Martha's concerned, she's going to London.
Air Date: 1964-03-18
- 24 Mon 23 Mar, 1964
Florrie advertises for an assistant for £5 a week. Len riles Jerry about his weight. They decide to have a walking race with a £5 wager. Whilst Jerry goes into training, Len has to be pushed into it. They both want to drop the race but Ena pushes them to keep it.
Air Date: 1964-03-23
- 25 Wed 25 Mar, 1964
Irma Ogden is interviewed for the job at the shop. The Street turns out to watch the race. Jerry leads after the first lap. He pretends he's torn a ligament so he and Len can tie and Len won't be shown up. Dennis is horrified to meet Gus Lowman, the new manager of the club.
Air Date: 1964-03-25
- 26 Mon 30 Mar, 1964
Laurie, Dennis and Elsie become preoccupied with the opening of the Viaduct Sporting Club. Martha returns from London and hides at home. Laurie is horrified as the ceiling in the casino room collapses. Minnie and Ena think that Martha has married Ted and is settled in Australia. Laurie threatens to sue Len as the opening will have to be postponed but then discovers that Gus used the room above as a liquor store, thus causing the collapse. Len is angry when Jerry tells him he threw the race.
Air Date: 1964-03-30
- 27 Wed 1 Apr, 1964
The ceiling in the Viaduct Sporting Club is repaired. Martha admits that Ted didn't ask her to marry him and that she had a horrible time. She neglects the Rovers to clean the club. The club opens with Elsie in charge of the roulette table. She is amazed when Laurie's wife, Rosemary, turns up.
Air Date: 1964-04-01
- 28 Mon 6 Apr, 1964
Ken starts teaching at night school to get ahead of his pupils. Elsie decides to leave the club. Mrs Fraser tells her Laurie has lots of other women and she doesn't mind but Elsie refuses to play their games. Myra wants a foreign holiday and thinks of taking a job at the club. Dennis fears that he will be sacked over Elsie. Emily tries to get the residents to boost the congregation. To the residents delight, Elsie throws all the presents Laurie has brought her at him in the Street.
Air Date: 1964-04-06
- 29 Wed 8 Apr, 1964
Elsie refuses to listen to Laurie's excuses. He tells Dennis he's not blaming him. Myra's fitted furniture arrives to Jerry's horror. He refuses to let her take a job. Irma starts work for Florrie. The Frasers leave the Street and return to London, with Gus running the club. Stuart Hodges takes over the Mission from Swindley. Emily worries that the low turn out at services will cause him to recommend the closure of the Mission.
Air Date: 1964-04-08
- 30 Mon 13 Apr, 1964
Ken starts at Granston Tec. Emily discovers Stuart will give his first sermon on Sunday. Myra tries to put the furniture together but bodges it. Ken finds it hard teaching teenagers after the Bessie St kids. Florrie warns Myra that her slate is nearly £2. Gus refuses to give Elsie membership of the club. She tells Dennis she's thinking of going to live in Canada.
Air Date: 1964-04-13
- 31 Wed 15 Apr, 1964
Ena pressgangs the residents into going to the service. Frank demands £25 for the repayment for the furniture. Stuart Hodges turns up and Emily falls for him.
Air Date: 1964-04-15
- 32 Mon 20 Apr, 1964
Myra only pays Frank back £20. Stuart tells Emily he plans to see the Mission bursting, not close it. He wants to brighten up the Mission. Myra puts the £5 down on a deposit for a holiday. Val thinks of joining the congregation when she sees Stuart. The Hire Purchase man tells Jerry that Myra hasn't paid the last two month's instalments. Martha finds it hard work coping with two jobs. Jerry discovers Myra has not paid the mortgage for three months. Myra tells Jerry she is pregnant.
Air Date: 1964-04-20
- 33 Wed 22 Apr, 1964
Martha goes to Lily's to look after the children and Minnie stands in for her at the Rovers and the club. Stuart wins Ena over by helping her wash the Mission walls. Jerry is horrified when Myra continues to spend on Hire Purchase. Myra tells Jerry the £20 she paid Frank was from her dad. He tells her they owe £85. She breaks down and he tells her he'll take over the payments to sort them out. Gus leaves Minnie on her own at the Club where she has an accident whilst cleaning the stairs.
Air Date: 1964-04-22
- 34 Mon 27 Apr, 1964
Stuart and Dennis find Minnie at the bottom of the stairs, having fallen through the bannisters. Ken grows annoyed as Laurie doesn't pay him for the work at the club. Minnie is taken to hospital, Ena plans to sue Laurie. Jerry refuses to do foreigners to get more money, not knowing that the electric bill has arrived. Gus gives £10 to Dennis to bribe Minnie with but then discovers that it's Len's fault, not theirs.
Air Date: 1964-04-27
- 35 Wed 29 Apr, 1964
Minnie convalesces with Ena, with her torn ligament. Jerry asks Len for a rise but Len tells him he hasn't been paid by Laurie yet. The Booth's electricity is cut off for not paying the bill. Stuart arranges a holiday for Minnie at the seaside. Len lends Jerry £3 to pay the electricity. Stuart calls in a solicitor to sort out Minnie's claim. Wormold is annoyed that Len vouched for Jerry over the mortgage.
Air Date: 1964-04-29
- 36 Mon 4 May, 1964
Myra is refused credit in the shop. Val insists Ken buys a car rather than them going on holiday. Harry tries to help the Booths manage their money but they still can't afford to pay the money they owe.
Air Date: 1964-05-04
- 37 Wed 6 May, 1964
Jerry refuses charity from the neighbours. Elsie tells Irma she's welcome to use their bath. Jerry rows with Len when he tells him Myra wears the trousers. He asks Jack to lend him £80 but is turned down. Dennis walks in on Irma's bath, to Elsie's amusement. Frank gets drunk and breaks the news that he has won £5,000 on the premium bonds.
Air Date: 1964-05-06
- 38 Mon 11 May, 1964
Frank starts throwing his weight about the Street. Martha is invited to Spain with the family for a holiday - her first trip abroad. Len is sued by Minnie's solicitor. He has no orders coming in and has to sack Eddie and Jerry. George Dickenson agrees to pay the Booth's debts if they'll live with him. Myra blames it on Jerry not earning enough. Jerry gives up and agrees to everything George and Myra says. Len settles out of court and gives Ena £50.
Air Date: 1964-05-11
- 39 13 May 1964
Frank sells his shop to Summitt Supermarkets for £6,000. He buys a new car, a white zodiac, and throws a party in the Rovers. Jerry finishes at the Builder's Yard and is taken on at Roscoe & Pitts. Martha gets a passport. Frank is patronising to the Booths and is cold shouldered. The residents drink Frank's champagne but grow annoyed as he lords it over them. Ena plays the piano but the party ends abruptly as Martha dies of a heart attack in the snug.
Air Date: 1964-05-13
- 40 Mon 18 May, 1964
Swindley returns to the street when he hears about Martha. Ena lays Martha out herself, in the Vestry bedroom. Lily Haddon and husband Wilf sort through Martha's belongings to find her policies. Minnie returns from holiday and breaks down when she hears the news. Lily is disgusted when Martha's policies come to only £22. Ena and Minnie discover a record at Martha's on which she swears her love for a strange man. Ena is pleased to know she had some fun in her life.
Air Date: 1964-05-18
- 41 Wed 20 May, 1964
Ena lays on the funeral tea with Emily's help. Stuart and Swindley conduct the funeral together and Martha is buried with her husband. Workmen clear out Martha's house as a new family move in. When Lily pretends to be upset over Martha, Ena rows with her. Charlie Moffitt is taken on as resident comic at the club. The Booths leave the street.
Air Date: 1964-05-20
- 42 Mon 25 May, 1964
Swindley returns to Gamma. Dennis is told to find Charlie digs. He accidently lets Charlie's pigeons loose. Emily realises it's leap year. Elsie refuses to let Charlie stay at No.11.
Air Date: 1964-05-25
- 43 Wed 27 May, 1964
Emily feels Len is pitying her by slapping her bottom. Frank buys a detached house in Wilmslow and says his goodbyes. Charlie talks Minnie into letting her spare room to him. Frank leaves the Street without saying goodbye to Ken. Emily tells Annie that she feels her life has been wasted. She asks her if it would be right for her to propose to Swindley.
Air Date: 1964-05-27
- 44 Mon 1 Jun, 1964
Minnie finds it hard to cope with Charlie's dog, Little Titch. Exotic dancer, Pip Mistral, invites Charlie to a party and asks him to supply the men. Lucille's headmistress demands the tattooes removal. Ken and Harry agree to join Len at Charlie's party.
Air Date: 1964-06-01
- 45 Wed 3 Jun, 1964
Ken and Harry tell their wives that they're going to a Battle of Balaclava anniversary function. Swindley agrees to let Emily cook him a meal. Concepta and Val discover the men have lied to them. At the party, Ken tries to make Pip see that she's wasted as a dancer. He wants a relationship with her but she refuses. After the party the men are drilled as to what they did and are then confronted with the truth by their wives.
Air Date: 1964-06-03
- 46 Mon 8 Jun, 1964
The men tell Val and Concepta about the strippers. Irma offers to help Jack out in the Rovers in the evenings with Annie away. Emily entertains Swindley to a romantic meal. She proposes to him but he refuses and runs out.
Air Date: 1964-06-08
- 47 Wed 10 Jun, 1964
Charlie's act doesn't go down very well at the club. Emily resigns from Gamma as she feels she can't work along side Swindley. She tells everyone she's leaving the district for good. Val is hurt that Ken had an intelligent conversation with Pip, she'd have rather he'd kissed her. Jack shows Irma the ropes at the Rovers. Charlie tells Dennis he won't make it in showbusiness. Swindley changes his mind and accepts Emily's proposal.
Air Date: 1964-06-10
- 48 Mon 15 Jun, 1964
Ken gets a scooter. Annie isn't sure about having Irma working in the Rovers. Charlie has Dennis climbing onto the roofs looking for his pigeon.
Air Date: 1964-06-15
- 49 Wed 17 Jun, 1964
Concepta is summoned to Ireland when her father falls ill again. Harry and Christopher go with her and the Barlows take Lucille in. Jack refuses to sack Irma just to please Annie. Len is paid for the work he did at the club. Ena feels pushed out by Charlie. Elsie discovers Dennis has given up his job, she tells him to pack and leave but he tells her he's written off to get a trade in ladies' hairdressing.
Air Date: 1964-06-17
- 50 Mon 22 Jun, 1964
Swindley and Emily set the date for July 18th. Dennis enroles in a hair dressing course for £60. Swindley buys Emily an engagement ring for £25. Elsie agrees to give Dennis £15 so he can enrol on the course. She tells him she's going to get a part time evening job. Len agrees to be Swindley's best man. Val lets Dennis watch her in the Salon. Mr Papagopolous disapproves of the engagement. In Val's absence, Dennis experiments on Lucille's hair and dyes it straw blonde accidently.
Air Date: 1964-06-22
- 51 Wed 24 Jun, 1964
Val tells Dennis that Lucille could easily have lost her hair and that it'll take three hours to get it back to how it was. Elsie gets an evening job, but is mysterious about it. Lucille likes her hair but Val redoes it for her at great expense. Albert starts to organise the Over 60s bazaar. Annie has an accident in the cellar, getting her arm jammed under a barrel. Mr Nugent refuses to attend the wedding.
Air Date: 1964-06-24
- 52 Mon 29 Jun, 1964
Elsie agrees to tell fortunes at the bazaar. Lorry driver Stan Ogden roams the Street looking for his daughter called Freda, who turns out to be Irma. Len organises a knobbly knees contest. Swindley is annoyed that Albert is organising the bazaar. Stan tells Irma he's been reconciled with her mother and they want the family to get back together. She tells him if he means it he'll have to buy No.13.
Air Date: 1964-06-29
- 53 8 Jul 1964
Florrie finds a factory worker's paypacket in a box of goods from Ireland. Ken advises her to send it back to the factory. Elsie tells Irma that if she doesn't want to live with her parents, she can lodge with her. Mr Wormold offers No.13 to the Ogdens for £600 but they agree on £550. Stan and wife Hilda look round the house and he puts £200 down, taking out a mortgage on the rest. Irma can't see how six of them will cope in the house and tells Elsie that the Street won't know what's hit them when the Ogdens move in.
Air Date: 1964-07-08
- 54 Mon 6 Jul, 1964
The Ogdens move in with a party. Val finds out that she is pregnant but Ken isn't pleased.
Air Date: 1964-07-06
- 55 Wed 8 Jul, 1964
Elsie rows with Ken when she discovers he blames Val for being pregnant. She tells him she doesn't feel he's fit enough to have children. The residents set up the bazaar. Trevor does a lucky dip. Minnie judges the knobbly knees competition, she chooses Jack. The Barlows run the hoop-la, Minnie and Ena the cake stall, Swindley the clothes stall and Florrie refreshments. Swindley discovers he'll be married in a week.
Air Date: 1964-07-08
- 56 Mon 13 Jul, 1964
Emily isn't sure about her wedding dress. She isn't sure about the idea of sleeping with Swindley. He books the honeymoon in North Wales. Stuart tries to make Swindley see Emily would like to live in a new house. The men get a kitty going to buy drinks to get Swindley drunk. Ena feels that Swindley will drive Emily into an early grave. The batchelor party turn up at Swindley's. Emily tells Ken that she knows Swindley doesn't love her. Ena, Minnie and Hilda prepare the Mission the for the wedding. Emily's brother is stuck in Germany and can't give her away.
Air Date: 1964-07-13
- 57 15 Jul 1964
Jack gets prepared to give Emily away. Swindley has a hangover and is very nervous. Concepta, Val, Annie, Ena, Minnie, Hilda, Stan and Charlie wait in the Mission Hall with Stuart, Lucille is bridesmaid, Ken and Harry are ushers. Emily tells Jack she can't go through with it because he knows it's wrong. The wedding is cancelled. Swindley knows that Emily did the right thing. He feels that she has spoken for both of them. He goes to the honeymoon hotel alone.
Air Date: 1964-07-15
- 58 Mon 20 Jul, 1964
Emily goes to Wakefield for a rest, after sending the wedding presents back. Three riggers, Duffer, Dand and Joss, descend on the Street trying to make trouble. When they insult Ena, Len stands up for her. They challenge him and two mates to a fight that evening. Harry can't help Len as he has to arrange for the family to go to Ireland again. Annie removes her miniatures from display, anticipating the fight. Charlie, Ken and Gus back out of helping Len. He refuses not to fight and faces the riggers alone. Annie dials 999.
Air Date: 1964-07-20
- 59 Wed 22 Jul, 1964
The police aren't interested in the fight. The riggers try to get the menfolk to join in the fight. They start on Len when he has his back turned, getting Ena out of the way. Val refuses to let Ken join in but Stan helps Len. Concepta is shocked when Hilda tells her that Stan enjoys knocking her about and that she doesn't mind. After the fight, Len snubs Harry. Dennis is suspicious of Elsie's job, especially when a Grecian urn arrives for her to use.
Air Date: 1964-07-22
- 60 Mon 27 Jul, 1964
Elsie refuses to tell Dennis what her job is. Hilda plans to get a job to help Stan out. Ena advises Dennis to follow Elsie when she goes to work. Stan asks Len for a job but he has no training. Dennis follows Elsie to the School of Design. He watches as she poses for art students.
Air Date: 1964-07-27
- 61 Wed 29 Jul, 1964
Dennis is upset that men oggle at Elsie. Ena tells him it's his duty to shame her. The residents take precautions after a lot of burglaries in the area. Len offers Trevor an apprenticeship but he wants to make money. Dennis decides to pack in hairdressing so that Elsie won't have to pay for his course, he writes a letter of resignation. Elsie tells Dennis her posing is harmless and tears up the resignation. Irma gets Hilda the cleaning job at the Rovers. Ena is disturbed at night by an intruder in the Mission.
Air Date: 1964-07-29
- 62 Mon 3 Aug, 1964
Ena discovers Trevor stacking twelve bags of onions in the Mission. She agrees to let them stay overnight for 10% of his profits. The Irishman writes to Florrie to thank her. He says he wants to thank her personally. Art teacher David Graham completes his portrait of Elsie and is infatuated with it. Ena keeps Annie occupied as Irma opens the Rover's cellar shoot and Trevor pushes the onions down. David tells Elsie he can't cope with not seeing her all the time.
Air Date: 1964-08-03
- 63 Wed 5 Aug, 1964
Trevor finds a buyer for the onions. David is surprised to find Elsie has a son his age. He refuses the fact to spoil their affair. She tells him not to visit the Street and worries about his intenseness. Ena and Hilda keep watch as Trevor shifts the onions. Annie catches them and when she threatens Trevor, Hilda rows with her. Annie sacks her and Irma. Trevor makes a profit of 10 shillings but Hilda, Ena and Irma take it.
Air Date: 1964-08-05
- 64 Mon 10 Aug, 1964
The Hewitts return from Ireland. Harry agrees to take over the Riley's garage although he doesn't really want to. Concepta tells him she's going to go even if he refuses to. David calls on Elsie at the dress shop. Dot thinks he's too young. Concepta decides to go to Ireland with Christopher. She tells Lucille she's tired of being treated as the wicked stepmother and that she should stick with Harry. Harry tells Lucille that they have to listen to Concepta. She realises he's now on Concepta's side. David gives Elsie his lucky charm necklace as a pledge.
Air Date: 1964-08-10
- 65 Wed 12 Aug, 1964
Lucille plans to move into Florrie's flat with Irma. Harry and Concepta are reconciled but realise that Lucille won't come with them. Elsie tells David not to crowd her. Dennis finds David's medallion and thinks it's for him. Emily returns to run Gamma, Swindley takes over another branch on holiday relief. Annie tells Concepta that Lucille can stay at the Rovers. Harry gives his notice in. Jack reinstates the Ogdens. David turns up at No.11 and is introduced to Dennis.
Air Date: 1964-08-12
- 66 Mon 17 Aug, 1964
Dennis goes for David but Elsie stops him. He feels upset and feels that Elsie is showing herself up. Elsie tells him that she's just mothering David. Ken writes a television script based on Elsie's anonymous letter saga. Dennis asks Ken to find out what sort of person David is. Harry gets Stan an interview for his old job. Lucille sorts out her new bedroom at the Rovers. Ken comes round to the idea of being a father when Val tells him that she's expecting.
Air Date: 1964-08-17
- 67 Wed 19 Aug, 1964
Stan has his interview at Amalgamated Steel. Elsie decides to finish with David. Ken tells Dennis that David is unbalanced and hates being crossed. Harry and Concepta say their goodbyes. David refuses to let Elsie finish with him and tells her he won't leave her life. Lucille assures Harry she'll be alright. Alone, she weeps. Stan gets the job. Irma finds David crying in the Street. He tells her that if he can't have Elsie no one can.
Air Date: 1964-08-19
- 68 Mon 24 Aug, 1964
Lennie threatens to close the club if trade doesn't pick up. Norman tells Charlie he'll be the first to go. Stan finds the chauffering easy. Charlie thinks of putting on a talent show at the club. Dennis tries to make David see he'll get over Elsie but David considers using his service revolver.
Air Date: 1964-08-24
- 69 Wed 26 Aug, 1964
Charlie and Norman organise the talent contest. The residents grow concerned for Elsie's welfare. David confronts Elsie in No.11 and draws the gun on her when she tells him he's behaving childishly. When she starts to cry he breaks down and shows her that the gun is empty. He runs out and Dennis comforts Elsie.
Air Date: 1964-08-26
- 70 Mon 31 Aug, 1964
The talent contest at the sporting club. Lucille wins with a rendition of "My Guy".
Air Date: 1964-08-31
- 71 2 Sep 1964
Florrie accuses the customers of laughing at her over her Irishman. Stan shows off the Rolls and gives Hilda, Irma, Ena, Minnie, Albert, Charlie, and Little Titch a ride in it. The dog relieves itself in it and Minnie rips a seat with her hat pin. Stan is sacked. Norman offers Lucille a contract as a singer but she turns him down. Irma has enough of Florrie's behaviour and walks out. Florrie feels old and alone and snaps, wrecking the shop and breaking the window with a tin.
Air Date: 1964-09-02
- 72 7 Sep 1964
Irma clears up the mess in the shop. Florrie has to have six stitches in her arm. Albert plans to turn his yard into a garden. Florrie regrets buying the shop and wants a man. Stan lifts the flag stones for Albert. Ena takes charge of Florrie when she goes into the Rovers in her pyjamas. Stan uncovers a bomb in Albert's yard.
Air Date: 1964-09-07
- 73 Wed 9 Sep, 1964
The residents are evacuated to the Mission cellar as the army are called in to defuse the bomb. Ena organises everyone and reminisces about the blitz with Albert and Minnie. Florrie refuses to leave the shop and has to be carried, kicking and screaming to the Mission by Stan. The residents relive the war singing their favourite songs. The army defuse the bomb but the residents enjoy themselves too much to return home. A policeman tells Florrie that there's an Irishman waiting for her in the Street.
Air Date: 1964-09-09
- 74 Mon 14 Sep, 1964
Tickler Murphy thanks Florrie for sending his wage packet back. He tells her he plans to stay in England until he has made his fortune. He shocks her by suggesting he moves in. Annie finds the till is £2 short. Tickler talks Minnie into taking him in as a lodger, sharing a room with Charlie. Hilda feels that Annie thinks that Irma has taken the money. Tickler makes Florrie feel important. Florrie discovers cigarettes are missing from the shop. The residents realise that someone went on the rampage during the bomb scare.
Air Date: 1964-09-14
- 75 Wed 16 Sep, 1964
Minnie is thrilled that Tickler is a wrestling manager. Len discovers someone has stolen his petty cash. The residents are surprised when Minnie starts spending money. Trevor writes off for a job in London. Albert's gold sovereign is stolen. He and Len start an investigation to find the thief.
Air Date: 1964-09-16
- 76 Mon 21 Sep, 1964
Ken's play is rejected by a TV company. The Barlows discover money has been taken from their house. Len suspects Irma, Minnie, Dennis and Tickler. He wonders if one of them is a kleptomaniac. He tackles Tickler about all his money and learns it's winnings from the dogs. Tickler thinks of promoting Stan as a wrestler. Elsie finds £2 is missing from No.11. Albert lays the flags back in his yard so that he won't get into trouble with Wormold. Stan agrees to be a wrestler.
Air Date: 1964-09-21
- 77 Wed 23 Sep, 1964
Tickler is more interested in the shop than Florrie. Stan is alarmed when Irma sends him a 'get well' message via a request in Housewife's Choice. Trevor overhears the residents suspecting Irma of being the thief. Annie advises Florrie to set a trap for Irma. Irma sees through it and walks out. Irma finds Len's petty cash box empty in Trevor's room. Trevor leaves a note saying he's gone to London.
Air Date: 1964-09-23
- 78 Mon 28 Sep, 1964
The residents don't know who to vote for in the elections. Hilda can't sleep through worrying about Trevor. Tickler asks Florrie to help finance Stan's wrestling. Ena tells the candidates to visit her at the same time. The residents demand their money back from the Ogdens. Val feels there's something wrong with Lucille. Minnie rents a television, Ena wants to know where the money's come from. Stan goes into training. Ena agrees to let him use the Mission for 10% of his earnings.
Air Date: 1964-09-28
- 79 Wed 30 Sep, 1964
Emily makes Stan a cloak with 'Ogden the Terrible' on it. Ena discovers Minnie has been gambling and has won on a treble accumulator. She accuses her of walking hand-in-hand with the Devil. Charlie is interested to discover she never picks a loser. Tickler fixes Stan up with a match - next week in the club against Ian Campbell.
Air Date: 1964-09-30
- 80 5 Oct 1964
Stan tries to back out of the match but can't. The residents gather on their ringside seats to watch the sport. The seven-foot Ian Campbell petrifies Stan. Despite being four stone lighter than Ian, Stan is cheered on. Ena and Annie refuse to attend the match and get drunk together. Stan submits after a Boston Crab and is counted out after being thrown onto Hilda's lap.
Air Date: 1964-10-05
- 81 Wed 7 Oct, 1964
After everyone has been paid, Stan ends up with 30 shillings winnings. Jack is puzzled when a letter goes missing, not knowing Lucille has hidden it. Ena and Annie both have hangovers. Tickler worries as Florrie feels he wants to marry her. He feels she's too old for him. Dennis tells Lucille he knows she's skipping school. Tickler sneaks off, away from the area and Florrie.
Air Date: 1964-10-07
- 82 Mon 12 Oct, 1964
Florrie refuses to weep over Tickler. Dennis worries about his stylist exams. Florrie thinks Tickler will return. Emily discovers Lucille working at Mason's Record Shop, posing as 'Miss Jones'. Emily promises to keep quiet on the condition that Lucille gives the job up and returns to school. Dennis gets a mysterious love letter from 'Loverdoll'.
Air Date: 1964-10-12
- 83 Wed 14 Oct, 1964
Elsie humours Dennis when he swears he doesn't know who sent the letter. Lucille plans to give her notice in on Friday to get extra money. The school's welfare officer calls on the Walkers about Lucille's 'illness'. They promise she will soon be back at school. They tell Lucille she has to return to school.
Air Date: 1964-10-14
- 84 Mon 19 Oct, 1964
Lucille accuses Emily of telling the Walkers. Jack refuses to let Annie write to the Hewitts about Lucille. He sorts her out by listening to her. The Brewery tell the Walkers that the other pubs have higher sales. Harry Bailey returns to the Street and asks Ena to tell Len that Nellie has died.
Air Date: 1964-10-19
- 85 Wed 21 Oct, 1964
The Brewery install an electric clock in the Rovers. Ena breaks the news to Len that Nellie has died. Val suspects Irma of writing to Dennis for a laugh. Len tells Harry he won't go to the funeral. Harry asks him if he wants Stanley back. Jack goes on a tour of the local pubs on his wedding anniversary. Dennis sits his hairdressing exams. He confronts Irma but realises she didn't send the letter. Jack decides the Rovers needs music. Annie swears vengeance for him forgetting their anniversary.
Air Date: 1964-10-21
- 86 Mon 26 Oct, 1964
Jack wins Annie over with perfume. Len asks Elsie to marry him and be Stanley's mother. She laughs. Dennis passes his exam. Lucille meets Dennis' fiancée - Sandra Petty. Dennis denies knowing her.
Air Date: 1964-10-26
- 87 Wed 28 Oct, 1964
The word spreads that Dennis is getting married. He is not amused. Irma advises him to put an advert in the paper to meet Sandra. Emily studies the residents for a psychological course. Elsie suggests a trial marriage to Len to prove that they wouldn't work together.
Air Date: 1964-10-28
- 88 Mon 2 Nov, 1964
Len has his meals at No.11 but Elsie refuses to let him get physical. Trevor sends £4 home to repay some of the money. Len isn't pleased when Leslie makes him wash up. Sandra doesn't turn up at the rendezvous to meet Dennis, he discovers her at No.11.
Air Date: 1964-11-02
- 89 Wed 4 Nov, 1964
Sandra turns out to be one of Dennis' clients. She is madly in love with him and gives him a lock of her hair to keep. He is horrified as she has a Gretna Green timetable in her bag. He tells her he is engaged to Irma. The Walkers get their music license. Sandra tackles Irma in the Rovers but she cottons on and goes along with the story.
Air Date: 1964-11-04
- 90 Mon 9 Nov, 1964
The Walkers plan a free and easy with their new license. Elsie takes £9 off Len for his food per week. Sgt Bowden takes over the district and meets the residents. Annie brings in Howard Seymour to be the pianist but Jack sacks him when he refuses to play pub music and employs Alf Chadwick. During the party someone stops the clock. Ena and Minnie keep watch on Len's comings and goings at No.11. Bowden books Jack for serving after hours.
Air Date: 1964-11-09
- 91 Wed 11 Nov, 1964
Val asks Emily to be Godmother to her child. Stan admits to stopping the clock and tells the police. Len rows with Elsie for not cooking his tea after working all day. She refuses to give up her job and he realises it wouldn't work out if they married. The police let the clock matter drop. Len tells Harry Bailey that he has an answer for him about Stanley.
Air Date: 1964-11-11
- 92 Mon 16 Nov, 1964
Ken refuses to decorate No.9 himself and seeks professional help. Elsie is adamant that marriage to Len would not work. The Bank manager tells Jack his account is in the red. Decorator, Ted Grieves' estimate is sky high. Len tells Harry that Stanley can stay in Nottingham with him. Val decides to shop around for another decorator, but Ken gives Grieves the go ahead.
Air Date: 1964-11-16
- 93 Wed 18 Nov, 1964
Lucille misses Harry. Grieves starts work on No.9 but walks out when Ken tells him to do a good job. Len lends him equipment and Charlie agrees to do it for them. Annie tries to withdraw money from the bank and discovers they are £63 overdrawn.
Air Date: 1964-11-18
- 94 Mon 23 Nov, 1964
Annie discovers that Jack has made regular payments of £6, 10 shillings. Emily organises Christmas entertainment for the children's home. Annie opens Jack's private drawer and discovers the cheques were to a Mrs Nicholls. Emily asks to play the lead in her Cinderella production.
Air Date: 1964-11-23
- 95 Wed 25 Nov, 1964
Annie tells Jack she may visit Joan. She takes the evening off after seeing Jack with a woman. Jack accuses Lucille of not locking his private drawer and tells Annie he's had enough of her moods - he's master in his house. She starts to pack.
Air Date: 1964-11-25
- 96 Mon 30 Nov, 1964
Jack discovers that Annie has left. He realises she has found out about Mrs Nicholls. He phones Joan but Annie is not with her.
Air Date: 1964-11-30
- 97 Wed 2 Dec, 1964
Jack contacts the police over Annie's disappearance. Dennis lets his old friend, showgirl Rita Littlewood, stay in Elsie's room in her absence. Bowden tells Jack there's nothing the police can do. Charlie lays flex in the Barlow's loft and puts his foot through the ceiling at No.11, and sees Rita in Elsie's bed.
Air Date: 1964-12-02
- 98 Mon 7 Dec, 1964
Dennis pays for the hole to be repaired when Charlie blackmails him over Rita in the bed. Billy arrives to find out the truth over Annie. Annie stays in a hotel under her maiden name. Stan gets a job at Shuttleworth's as Santa Claus. Elsie returns to the hole and to hear about Rita. Jack knows that wherever she is, Annie is enjoying her acting. Annie breaks down in the hotel so that a fellow guest will phone Jack and tell him where she is.
Air Date: 1964-12-07
- 99 Wed 9 Dec, 1964
Jack refuses to let Billy fetch Annie from the Egremont Hotel. He feels Annie might have left him for good and breaks down. Ena overhears and goes to see Annie herself. She tells her that Jack is decaying and tells her to return. Annie fears Jack won't want her back but Ena brings her home. Billy tells Annie he was sacked from the garage and that Jack has been paying his rent - to Mrs Nicholls. Annie apologises to Jack. Willie Piggott visits the Street to the resident's surprise. Billy returns to London. Piggott gives Ken £100 to ensure his son Brian passes his tech exam.
Air Date: 1964-12-09
- 103 23 Dec 1964
The Street panto is held: Ena and Florrie arrange the children's refreshments, Hilda is in charge of makeup, Stan the props and Minnie is prompt. The children enjoy the pantomime, especially when Len gets a custard pie in the face. David pretends he has torn a ligament but Irma reports that they went dancing. The panto ends with the cast singing "She Loves You".
Air Date: 1964-12-23