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WELCOME TO THE EMMERDALE WIKIA
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Created on 4th February 2010, this community was built by the fans, for the fans, and is dedicated to housing a useful and informative database for all subject matter related to the long-running ITV soap opera Emmerdale. Our goal is to collaborate with other fans in order to build a reliable, accurate resource with as much detailed information about episodes, characters, and story elements as possible. All are welcome to join in and contribute here, so long as edits are constructive, discussions are positive, and both are relevant to this series.

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ABOUT EMMERDALE
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Emmerdale, known as 'Emmerdale Farm' until 1989, is a popular and critically acclaimed long-running British soap opera, broadcast on ITV since 1972. It is set in the fictional village of Emmerdale (known as Beckindale until 1994) in the Yorkshire Dales, England and was created by Kevin Laffan. The series is produced by ITV Studios in Yorkshire and broadcast on the ITV network and was first broadcast on 16th October 1972.

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  • If you're new to the show, we recommend that you check out the General Information section first to get you up to speed with the creation, concept, general information and rough history of the show...
  • ...and then delve into the archives by reading up on past Emmerdale episodes and find out about the characters who currently live in the village and those from days past...
  • ...other than that we also recommend pages on the various cast and crew the show has had over the years if you want to dig into the magic behind the scenes.


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FEATURED MEDIA
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Emmerdale - Coming In January 2020


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ON THIS DAY

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18th September 1990: Zoe insists that Kim tell Frank about Jock. Zoe puts her foot in it again and tells Frank about Jock and he asks to see Jock. When Jock arrives he overhears a conversation between Frank and Dolly about the night he got drunk when Kim was in Edinburgh. Jock gets the wrong end of the stick as he hears Frank say that Kim mustn't find out and to keep it a secret between him and Dolly. Frank gives Jock his final warning and Jock tells him that he knows what happened between him and Dolly. He tries to blackmail him and Frank sacks him on the spot. Dolly and Frank agree to make up a story about what Jock overheard. Jock is blind drunk in The Woolpack. Frank sends Kim a bouquet of flowers. Michael insists that he did not set fire to Frank's barn and drunkenly causes a scene in The Woolpack. Joe and Kate notice smoke coming from Home Farm stables - they are on fire. Joe rushes in to save the horses and finds Jock. Joe tells Frank that he's found his arsonist.


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FEATURED CHARACTER

Graham Foster

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Graham Foster was the right-hand man of Joe Tate and Kim Tate and the boyfriend of Rhona Goskirk.

Graham first arrived in the village in 2017 as the right-hand man of Joe Tate, then known by his alias Tom Waterhouse. He helped Joe escape the village in October 2018 after Kim Tate returned from prison. Upon Kim's permanent return in March 2019, he started working for her and they began an on-off relationship until Graham set his sight on Rhona Goskirk in late-2019.

In 2020, Graham planned to move to France with Rhona and Leo Goskirk. However, the day they planned to leave, Graham was murdered by Rhona's ex-husband and rapist, Pierce Harris.

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LATEST EPISODES

'Next episode - Monday 31st May 7.00pm on ITV/STV.

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CLASSIC EPISODES
Classic episodes are currently being broadcast on ITV3 from 1999.


Classic episode guide - 2019

Classic episode guide - 2020

Classic episode guide - 2021



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WHERE TO WATCH
Current episodes:

Mon-Fri at 7.00pm, additional episode Thursday at 8pm on ITV.

Classic episodes:

Mon-Fri at 1.45pm and 2.45pm on ITV3.
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QUOTES
"That's what I like about village life. It's the feeling of belonging, of continuity."
Dolly Skilbeck

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DID YOU KNOW...
  • ...that it took the programme almost 29 years to reach its 3000th episode, but due to the show moving to six episodes a week soon afterwards, it only took 10 years to double the total?
  • ...that the programme has had two two-hander episodes, in 2000 and 2002?
  • ...that Swedish band The Cardigans named their 1994 album 'Emmerdale' after becoming enamoured with the soap's name on a visit to the UK?
  • ...that the programme has only ever had one live episode, which was broadcast on 17th October 2012 as part of the 40th anniversary celebrations.
  • ...that Spice Girls's Mel B appeared as an extra numerous times throughout 1993 and 1994?


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