291 episodes were broadcast during the year. Major storylines included the secret affair between Aaron Livesy and Robert Sugden leading to Katie Sugden's death, Debbie Dingle's affair with Ross Barton, Lachlan White's sexual assault on Alicia Metcalfe, Laurel Dingle's descent into alcohol addiction and a helicopter crash in the village that killed Val Pollard and Ruby Haswell.
Kate Oates continued her role as Series Producer for the third year running.
The year was heavy on cast exits as a number of long standing characters departed. Paula Tilbrook decided to retire as Betty Eagleton in an exit story which saw Betty leave for Australia in May. She would make a final fleeting appearance on Christmas Day. Sammy Winward also dropped out, having already announced her departure the previous year. Katie Sugden was killed off in a decision which left Sammy reportedly relieved to have her safety net of ever returning to the programme removed, fueling her motivation to make a success of future projects. Onscreen, her death would trigger the biggest storyline to involve the Sugden family in a number of years. Charlie Hardwick also shocked fans by announcing on Loose Women in June that she was quitting the show after appearing since 2004. Val Pollard's exit was screened less than two months later.
On 8th December, news broke that Shirley Stelfox had passed away following a short battle with cancer. Shirley had clocked up fifteen years at Emmerdale. Also on 16th August, actress Kitty McGeever, who last appeared as Lizzie Lakely in 2013 before the actress took a break due to ill health, passed away. Kitty had been waiting for a kidney transplant but sadly this had never happened.
Other departures for the year included Natalie Anderson as Alicia Metcalfe, Alicya Eyo as Ruby Haswell and Kelli Hollis as Ali Spencer. In August, viewers believed Michael Parr had bowed out as Ross Barton in a surprise exit after two years. A fight between Ross and his onscreen brother Pete saw Ross fall and crack his head. Pete, believing his brother to be dead, covered his death and buried him in a shallow grave in woodland. Michael Parr did his best to convince fans that he had left, jokingly requesting employment opportunities on Twitter and a petition was started online by devastated fans wanting writers to bring Ross back to the programme. The petition ran up 7,000 signatures and Ross returned to screen less than three weeks later. Though Ross's return had always been planned, some online news reports have falsely taken credit for bringing Michael back to the programme through the power of the petition.
Temporary exits came from Emma Atkins and Nicola Wheeler as both actresses went on maternity leave. Emma opted to take a longer break and remained missing for most of the year, returning infrequently to push certain storylines along. Trudie Goodwin also took a break from the programme allowing Georgia Sharma to depart the village on a cruise.
Cast additions for the year included the arrival of Gillian Kearney as Emma Barton and the return of Carly Hope, now portrayed by Gemma Atkinson. Denise Black as Joanie Wright also reprised her role along with Huey Quinn as Kyle Winchester. Two other former characters also returned to the programme for visits - Mathew Bose as Paul Lambert for six episodes between March and September and Rik Makarem as Nikhil Sharma. One of the biggest surprise returns of the year saw Gemma Oaten reprise her role as Rachel Breckle for Charity Dingle's trial in January. Here, the programme managed to succeed in keeping the secret where they had failed previously with Roxy Shahidi's return in 2013. Gemma would stay with the programme for eight months before departing again.
A dramatic helicopter stunt announcement was reported in the press in August. Initial reports indicated that the stunt would be of catastrophic proportions for the residents and would rival the plane crash of 1993, though in reality the helicopter crash failed to reach the impact of destruction or aftermath on the village that the plane crash had previously. Series Producer Kate Oates later revealed that the crash was originally planned for later in the year but bosses at ITV had requested the crash to be planned into storylines for August. Not unlike the plane crash twenty-two years previously, the stunt also attracted controversy for similarities to the real-life helicopter crash in Glasgow in 2013. The programme was cleared by Ofcom of being insensitive however.
In other news, The Emmerdale Club, the official fan club set up by Jenny Godfrey in 1990 celebrated its 25th anniversary in January. The club and it's members celebrated with a series of special reflective newsletters distributed to members throughout the year.
|Thursday 1st January||Bill Taylor|
|2||7070||Friday 2nd January||Isobel Cameron||Alan Wareing||5,640,000||24|
|3||7071||Monday 5th January||Jane Pearson||Alan Wareing||6,040,000||21|
|4||7072||Tuesday 6th January||Bill Lyons||Alan Wareing||5,890,000||23|
|5||7073||Wednesday 7th January||Cameron McAllister||Alan Wareing||5,720,000||29|
|6||7074||Thursday 8th January||1||Dawn Harrison||Mickey Jones||5,730,000||28|
|7||7075||Thursday 8th January||2||Sarah Bagshaw||Mickey Jones||5,650,000||32|
|8||7076||Friday 9th January||Samantha Doland De Vaux||Mickey Jones||6,040,000||22|
|9||7077||Monday 12th January||Bill Taylor||Mickey Jones||6,000,000||22|
|10||7078||Tuesday 13th January||Paul Roundell||Tracey Rooney||6,220,000||19|
|11||7079||Wednesday 14th January||Paul Roundell||Tracey Rooney||5,970,000||23|
|12||7080||Thursday 15th January||1||Martin Fustes||Tracey Rooney||5,960,000||25|
|13||7081||Thursday 15th January||2||Martin Fustes||Tracey Rooney||5,650,000||29|
|14||7082||Friday 16th January||Bill Lyons||Brett Fallis||5,870,000||26|
|15||7083||Monday 19th January||Jo Summerscales||Brett Fallis||6,330,000||19|
|Tuesday 20th January||Maxine Alderton||Brett Fallis||5,840,000||27|
|17||7086||Thursday 22nd January||1||Peter Kerry||Jeff Naylor||6,170,000||22|
|18||7087||Thursday 22nd January||2||Cameron McAllister||Jeff Naylor||5,940,000||23|
|19||7088||Friday 23rd January||Paul Coates||Jeff Naylor||6,190,000||21|
|20||7089||Monday 26th January||Caroline Mitchell||Jeff Naylor||6,230,000||19|
|21||7090||Tuesday 27th January||Julie Parsons||Peter Rose||6,140,000||20|
|22||7091||Wednesday 28th January||Andrew Kirk||Peter Rose||6,110,000||21|
|23||7092||Thursday 29th January||1||Isobel Cameron||Peter Rose||5,900,000||22|
|24||7093||Thursday 29th January||2||Isobel Cameron||Peter Rose||5,750,000||25|
|25||7094||Friday 30th January||Jane Pearson||Neil Alderton|
|26||7095||Monday 2nd February||Linton Chiswick||Neil Alderton|
|27||7096||Tuesday 3rd February||Karin Young||Neil Alderton|
|28||7097||Wednesday 4th February||Tim Dynevor||Neil Alderton|
|29||7098||Thursday 5th February||1||Martin Fustes||Tim Dowd||6,250,000||15|
|30||7099||Thursday 5th February||2||Maxine Alderton||Tim Dowd||6,120,000||19|
|31||7100||Friday 6th February||Kirsty Halton||Tim Dowd||5,770,000||24|
|32||7101||Monday 9th February||Karin Young||Tim Dowd||6,340,000||17|
|33||7102||Tuesday 10th February||Samantha Doland De Vaux||Alan Wareing||6,120,000||20|
|34||7103||Wednesday 11th February||Bill Taylor||Alan Wareing||6,150,000||19|
|35||7104||Thursday 12th February||1||Paul Roundell||Alan Wareing||5,950,000||21|
|36||7105||Thursday 12th February||2||Dawn Harrison||Alan Wareing||5,780,000||24|
|37||7106||Friday 13th February||Julie Parsons||Ian Barber||5,560,000||25|
|38||7107||Monday 16th February||Sarah Bagshaw||Ian Barber||6,190,000||17|
|39||7108||Tuesday 17th February||Peter Kerry||Ian Barber||5,870,000||22|
|40||7109||Wednesday 18th February||Andrew Kirk||Ian Barber||5,950,000||21|
|Thursday 19th February||Owen Lloyd-Fox||David Kester||5,220,000||29|
|42||7112||Friday 20th February||Bill Lyons||David Kester||5,850,000||23|
|43||7113||Monday 23rd February||Jo Summerscales||Ian Barber||6,140,000||17|
|44||7114||Tuesday 24th February||David McDermott||Michael Lacey||5,930,000||20|
|45||7115||Wednesday 25th February||Cameron McAllister||Michael Lacey||5,980,000||18|
|Thursday 26th February||Isobel Cameron||Michael Lacey||5,230,000||26|
|47||7118||Friday 27th February||Jane Pearson||Ian Bevitt||5,950,000||19|
|48||7119||Monday 2nd March||Linton Chiswick||Ian Bevitt||6,420,000||14|
|49||7120||Tuesday 3rd March||Lesley Clare O'Neill||Ian Bevitt||5,940,000||16|
|50||7121||Wednesday 4th March||Caroline Mitchell||Ian Bevitt||5,760,000||19|
|51||7122||Thursday 5th March||1||Paul Roundell||Peter Rose||5,670,000||20|
|52||7123||Thursday 5th March||2||Paul Roundell||Peter Rose||5,250,000||27|
|53||7124||Friday 6th March||Linton Chiswick||Peter Rose||5,460,000||24|
|54||7125||Monday 9th March||Dawn Harrison||Peter Rose||5,960,000||16|
|55||7126||Tuesday 10th March||Bill Taylor||Pip Short||5,870,000||17|
|56||7127||Wednesday 11th March||Bill Taylor||Pip Short||5,830,000||18|
|Thursday 12th March||Kirsty Halton||Pip Short||5,110,000||30|
|58||7130||Friday 13th March||Tim Dynevor||Jeff Naylor||5,460,000||22|
|59||7131||Monday 16th March||Andrew Kirk||Jeff Naylor||5,980,000||14|
|60||7132||Tuesday 17th March||Julie Parsons||Jeff Naylor||5,720,000||17|
|61||7133||Wednesday 18th March||Paul Coates||Jeff Naylor||5,620,000||20|
|62||7134||Thursday 19th March||1||Owen Lloyd-Fox||Ian Barber||5,250,000||26|
|63||7135||Thursday 19th March||2||Owen Lloyd-Fox||Ian Barber||5,030,000||31|
|64||7136||Friday 20th March||Samantha Doland De Vaux||Ian Barber||5,390,000||22|
|65||7137||Monday 23rd March||Bill Lyons||Ian Barber||6,090,000||10|
|66||7138||Tuesday 24th March||Jo Summerscales||Nickie Lister||5,830,000||15|
|67||7139||Wednesday 25th March||Karin Young||Nickie Lister||5,610,000||19|
|68||7140||Thursday 26th March||1||Martin Fustes||Nickie Lister||5,620,000||18|
|69||7141||Thursday 26th March||2||Jane Pearson||Nickie Lister||5,250,000||28|
|70||7142||Friday 27th March||Sarah Bagshaw||Sasha Ransome||4,620,000||35|
|71||7143||Monday 30th March||Peter Kerry||Sasha Ransome||5,930,000||12|
|72||7144||Tuesday 31st March||Cameron McAllister||Sasha Ransome||5,750,000||15|
|73||7145||Wednesday 1st April||Lesley Clare O'Neill||Sasha Ransome||5,560,000|
|Thursday 2nd April||Dawn Harrison||Ian Bevitt||5,340,000|
|75||7148||Friday 3rd April||Karin Young||Ian Bevitt||5,330,000|
|76||7149||Monday 6th April||Kirsty Halton||Ian Bevitt||5,170,000|
|77||7150||Tuesday 7th April||Jane Pearson||Michael Lacey|
|78||7151||Wednesday 8th April||Martin Fustes||Michael Lacey||5,590,000|
|79||7152||Thursday 9th April||1||Maxine Alderton||Michael Lacey||5,330,000|
|80||7153||Thursday 9th April||2||Maxine Alderton||Michael Lacey||4,960,000|
|81||7154||Friday 10th April||Paul Coates||Lee Salisbury||5,170,000|
|82||7155||Monday 13th April||Linton Chiswick||Lee Salisbury||5,810,000|
|83||7156||Tuesday 14th April||Jo Summerscales||Lee Salisbury||4,990,000|
|84||7157||Wednesday 15th April||Peter Kerry||Lee Salisbury||5,230,000|
|85||7158||Thursday 16th April||1||Paul Roundell||Peter Rose||5,190,000|
|86||7159||Thursday 16th April||2||Paul Roundell||Peter Rose||5,070,000|
|87||7160||Friday 17th April||Lesley Clare O'Neill||Peter Rose||5,060,000|
|88||7161||Monday 20th April||Bill Taylor||Peter Rose||5,290,000|
|89||7162||Tuesday 21st April||Tim Dynevor||Peter Rose||5,210,000|
|90||7163||Wednesday 22nd April||Cameron McAllister||Peter Rose||5,100,000|
|91||7164||Thursday 23rd April||1||Owen Lloyd-Fox||Duncan Foster||5,010,000|
|92||7165||Thursday 23rd April||2||Owen Lloyd-Fox||Duncan Foster||4,780,000|
|93||7166||Friday 24th April||Maxine Alderton||Duncan Foster||5,250,000|
|94||7167||Monday 27th April||Julie Parsons||Duncan Foster||5,470,000|
|95||7168||Tuesday 28th April||Samantha Doland De Vaux||Duncan Foster||5,550,000|
|96||7169||Wednesday 29th April||David McDermott||Duncan Foster||5,200,000|
|97||7170||Thursday 30th April||1||Isobel Cameron||Pip Short||4,840,000|
|98||7171||Thursday 30th April||2||Isobel Cameron||Pip Short||4,830,000|
|99||7172||Friday 1st May||Andrew Kirk||Pip Short||4,970,000|
|100||7173||Monday 4th May||Sarah Bagshaw||Pip Short||5,280,000|
|101||7174||Tuesday 5th May||Caroline Mitchell||Pip Short||5,330,000|
|102||7175||Wednesday 6th May||Bill Lyons||Pip Short||5,300,000|
|103||7176||Thursday 7th May||1||Isobel Cameron||Sean Healy||5,080,000|
|104||7177||Thursday 7th May||2||Bill Taylor||Sean Healy||5,230,000|
|105||7178||Friday 8th May||Bill Lyons||Sean Healy||5,410,000|
|106||7179||Monday 11th May||Dawn Harrison||Sean Healy||5,540,000|
|107||7180||Tuesday 12th May||Kirsty Halton||Tim Finn||5,350,000|
|108||7181||Wednesday 13th May||Samantha Doland De Vaux||Tim Finn||5,050,000|
|109||7182||Thursday 14th May||1||Jane Pearson||Tim Finn||5,330,000|
|110||7183||Thursday 14th May||2||Martin Fustes||Tim Finn||5,110,000|
|111||7184||Friday 15th May||Linton Chiswick||Nickie Lister||4,990,000|
|112||7185||Monday 18th May||Lesley Clare O'Neill||Nickie Lister||5,440,000|
|113||7186||Tuesday 19th May||Peter Kerry||Nickie Lister||5,210,000|
|114||7187||Wednesday 20th May||Sarah Bagshaw||Nickie Lister||5,180,000|
|Thursday 21st May||Maxine Alderton||Michael Lacey||4,640,000|
|116||7190||Friday 22nd May||Paul Roundell||Michael Lacey||4,970,000|
|117||7191||Monday 25th May||Owen Lloyd-Fox||Michael Lacey||5,360,000|
|118||7192||Tuesday 26th May||Andrew Kirk||Judith Dine||5,300,000|
|119||7193||Wednesday 27th May||Karin Young||Judith Dine||5,200,000|
|120||7194||Thursday 28th May||Cameron McAllister||Judith Dine||5,010,000|
|121||7195||Friday 29th May||Cameron McAllister||Judith Dine||5,180,000|
|122||7196||Monday 1st June||Helen Childs||Lee Salisbury||5,690,000|
|Tuesday 2nd June||Jo Summerscales|
|124||7199||Wednesday 3rd June||Julie Parsons||Lee Salisbury||5,130,000|
|125||7200||Thursday 4th June||1||Peter Kerry||Ian Bevitt||4,990,000|
|126||7201||Thursday 4th June||2||Isobel Cameron||Ian Bevitt||4,950,000|
|127||7202||Friday 5th June||Jane Pearson||Ian Bevitt||4,780,000|
|128||7203||Monday 8th June||Tim Dynevor||Ian Bevitt||5,420,000|
|129||7204||Tuesday 9th June||Maxine Alderton||Duncan Foster||5,140,000|
|130||7205||Wednesday 10th June||Jo Summerscales||Duncan Foster||4,870,000|
|131||7206||Thursday 11th June||1||Dawn Harrison||Duncan Foster|
|132||7207||Thursday 11th June||2||Helen Childs||Duncan Foster|
|133||7208||Friday 12th June||Samantha Doland De Vaux||Diana Patrick||4,860,000|
|134||7209||Monday 15th June||Bill Lyons||Diana Patrick||5,330,000|
|135||7210||Tuesday 16th June||Sara Bagshaw||Diana Patrick||4,970,000|
|136||7211||Wednesday 17th June||Linton Chiswick||Diana Patrick||5,190,000|
|137||7212||Thursday 18th June||1||Paul Roundell||Sean Healy||4,880,000|
|138||7213||Thursday 18th June||2||Kirsty Halton||Sean Healy||4,720,000|
|139||7214||Friday 19th June||Cameron McAllister||Sean Healy||4,440,000|
|140||7215||Monday 22nd June||Martin Fustes||Sean Healy||5,340,000|
|141||7216||Tuesday 23rd June||Andrew Kirk||Neil Alderton|
|142||7217||Wednesday 24th June||Paul Coates||Neil Alderton||5,060,000|
|143||7218||Thursday 25th June||1||Owen Lloyd-Fox||Neil Alderton||5,120,000|
|144||7219||Thursday 25th June||2||Owen Lloyd-Fox||Neil Alderton||5,250,000|
|145||7220||Friday 26th June||Karin Young||Nickie Lister||4,990,000|
|146||7221||Monday 29th June||Caroline Mitchell||Nickie Lister||5,070,000|
|147||7222||Tuesday 30th June||Julie Parsons||Nickie Lister||4,860,000|
|148||7223||Wednesday 1st July||Bill Taylor||Nickie Lister||4,810,000|
|149||7224||Thursday 2nd July||1||Bill Taylor||Judith Dine||4,970,000|
|150||7225||Thursday 2nd July||2||Bill Taylor||Judith Dine||5,040,000|
|151||7226||Friday 3rd July||Samantha Doland De Vaux||Judith Dine||4,040,000|
|152||7227||Monday 6th July||Sarah Bagshaw||Judith Dine||5,110,000|
|153||7228||Tuesday 7th July||Bill Lyons||Lee Salisbury||4,800,000|
|154||7229||Wednesday 8th July||Julie Parsons||Lee Salisbury||5,120,000|
|Thursday 9th July||Paul Roundell||Lee Salisbury||4,860,000|
|156||7232||Friday 10th July||Paul Coates||John Anderson|
|157||7233||Monday 13th July||Linton Chiswick||John Anderson||5,540,000|
|158||7234||Tuesday 14th July||Dawn Harrison||John Anderson||5,130,000|
|159||7235||Wednesday 15th July||Lesley Clare O'Neill||John Anderson||4,930,000|
|160||7236||Thursday 16th July||1||Maxine Alderton||David Moor||5,130,000|
|161||7237||Thursday 16th July||2||Maxine Alderton||David Moor||4,980,000|
|162||7238||Friday 17th July||Helen Childs||David Moor||5,090,000|
|163||7239||Monday 20th July||Caroline Mitchell||David Moor||5,630,000|
|164||7240||Tuesday 21st July||Jo Summerscales||Tim O'Mara||5,240,000|
|165||7241||Wednesday 22nd July||Jane Pearson||Tim O'Mara||5,060,000|
|166||7242||Thursday 23rd July||1||Owen Lloyd-Fox||Tim O'Mara||5,300,000|
|167||7243||Thursday 23rd July||2||Peter Kerry||Tim O'Mara||5,410,000|
|168||7244||Friday 24th July||Andrew Kirk||Diana Patrick||5,360,000|
|169||7245||Monday 27th July||Isobel Cameron||Diana Patrick||5,600,000|
|170||7246||Tuesday 28th July||Cameron McAllister||Diana Patrick||5,360,000|
|171||7247||Wednesday 29th July||Martin Fustes||Diana Patrick||5,200,000|
|172||7248||Thursday 30th July||1||Paul Roundell||Brett Fallis||5,130,000|
|173||7249||Thursday 30th July||2||Paul Roundell||Brett Fallis||5,230,000|
|174||7250||Friday 31st July||Jane Pearson||Brett Fallis||4,970,000|
|175||7251||Monday 3rd August||Dawn Harrison||Brett Fallis||5,760,000|
|Tuesday 4th August||Maxine Alderton||Duncan Foster||6,310,000|
|177||7254||Wednesday 5th August||Owen Lloyd-Fox||Duncan Foster||6,530,000|
|178||7255||Thursday 6th August||1||Owen Lloyd-Fox||Duncan Foster||6,090,000|
|179||7256||Thursday 6th August||2||Linton Chiswick||Duncan Foster||6,350,000|
|180||7257||Friday 7th August||Martin Fustes||Neil Alderton||5,860,000|
|181||7258||Monday 10th August||Julie Parsons||Neil Alderton||6,220,000|
|182||7259||Tuesday 11th August||Bill Lyons||Neil Alderton||5,650,000|
|183||7260||Wednesday 12th August||Lesley Clare O'Neill||Judith Dine||5,230,000|
|184||7261||Thursday 13th August||1||Peter Kerry||Judith Dine||5,780,000|
|185||7262||Thursday 13th August||2||Jo Summerscales||Judith Dine||5,390,000|
|186||7263||Friday 14th August||Paul Roundell||Judith Dine||5,590,000|
|187||7264||Monday 17th August||Kirsty Halton||Judith Dine||5,660,000|
|188||7265||Tuesday 18th August||Paul Coates||Jeff Naylor||5,310,000|
|189||7266||Wednesday 19th August||Sarah Bagshaw||Jeff Naylor||5,590,000|
|Thursday 20th August||Bill Taylor|
|191||7269||Friday 21st August||Andrew Kirk||Alan Wareing||5,230,000|
|192||7270||Monday 24th August||Tim Dynevor||Alan Wareing||5,600,000|
|Tuesday 25th August||Isobel Cameron||Alan Wareing||5,130,000|
|194||7273||Wednesday 26th August||Cameron McAllister||Alan Wareing||5,430,000|
|Thursday 27th August||Cameron McAllister|
|196||7276||Friday 28th August||Tim Dynevor||Diana Patrick||5,150,000|
|197||7277||Monday 31st August||Bill Lyons||Diana Patrick||5,180,000|
|Tuesday 1st September||Martin Fustes||Tracey Rooney||5,350,000|
|199||7280||Wednesday 2nd September||Lesley Clare O'Neill||Tracey Rooney||5,330,000|
|Thursday 3rd September||Linton Chiswick||Tracey Rooney||5,150,000|
|201||7283||Friday 4th September||Jo Summerscales||Tim O'Mara||4,910,000|
|202||7284||Monday 7th September||Helen Childs||Tim O'Mara||5,330,000|
|203||7285||Tuesday 8th September||Samantha Doland De Vaux||Tim O'Mara||4,410,000|
|204||7286||Wednesday 9th September||Kirsty Halton||Tim O'Mara||5,420,000|
|Thursday 10th September||Isobel Cameron||Tim Dowd||4,970,000|
|206||7289||Friday 11th September||Dawn Harrison||Tim Dowd||5,180,000|
|207||7290||Monday 14th September||Julie Parsons||Tim Dowd||5,470,000|
|Tuesday 15th September||Paul Roundell||Brett Fallis||5,150,000|
|209||7293||Wednesday 16th September||Andrew Kirk||Brett Fallis||5,120,000|
|Thursday 17th September||Bill Taylor||Brett Fallis||5,210,000|
|211||7296||Monday 21st September||Jane Pearson||David Kester||5,600,000|
|212||7297||Tuesday 22nd September||Peter Kerry||David Kester||5,160,000|
|213||7298||Wednesday 23rd September||1||Owen Lloyd-Fox||David Kester||5,320,000|
|214||7299||Wednesday 23rd September||2||Owen Lloyd-Fox||David Kester||5,240,000|
|215||7300||Thursday 24th September||Dawn Harrison||Vicky Thomas|
|216||7301||Friday 25th September||1||Maxine Alderton||Neil Alderton||5,100,000|
|217||7302||Friday 25th September||2||Cameron McAllister||Neil Alderton||4,740,000|
|218||7303||Monday 28th September||Peter Kerry||Neil Alderton||5,540,000|
|Tuesday 29th September||Paul Roundell||Jeff Naylor||5,370,000|
|220||7306||Wednesday 30th September||Bill Lyons||Jeff Naylor||5,400,000|
|Thursday 1st October||Bill Taylor||Jeff Naylor||5,160,000|
|222||7309||Friday 2nd October||Linton Chiswick||Alan Wareing||5,000,000|
|223||7310||Monday 5th October||Jo Summerscales||Alan Wareing||5,660,000|
|Tuesday 6th October||Jane Pearson||Alan Wareing||5,170,000|
|225||7313||Wednesday 7th October||Samantha Doland De Vaux||Alan Wareing||5,370,000|
|226||7314||Thursday 8th October||1||Isobel Cameron||Tracey Rooney||5,270,000|
|227||7315||Thursday 8th October||2||Isobel Cameron||Tracey Rooney||5,350,000|
|228||7316||Monday 12th October||Andrew Kirk||Tracey Rooney||4,880,000|
|229||7317||Tuesday 13th October||Andrew Kirk||Tracey Rooney||5,320,000|
|230||7318||Wednesday 14th October||Sarah Bagshaw||Mickey Jones||5,410,000|
|231||7319||Thursday 15th October||1||Martin Fustes||Mickey Jones||5,580,000|
|232||7320||Thursday 15th October||2||Martin Fustes||Mickey Jones||5,310,000|
|233||7321||Friday 16th October||Lesley Clare O'Neill||Mickey Jones||5,110,000|
|234||7322||Monday 19th October||Paul Coates||Tim O'Mara||5,680,000|
|235||7323||Tuesday 20th October||Helen Childs||Tim O'Mara||5,450,000|
|236||7324||Wednesday 21st October||Owen Lloyd-Fox||Tim O'Mara||5,590,000|
|237||7325||Thursday 22nd October||1||Julie Parsons||Tim O'Mara||5,730,000|
|Thursday 22nd October||2||Maxine Alderton||Neil Alderton||5,830,000|
|239||7328||Friday 23rd October||Maxine Alderton||David Kester||5,600,000|
|240||7329||Monday 26th October||Kirsty Halton||David Kester||5,860,000||
|241||7330||Tuesday 27th October||Kirsty Halton||David Kester||5,540,000|
|242||7331||Wednesday 28th October||Owen Lloyd-Fox||Brett Fallis||5,780,000|
|Thursday 29th October||Bill Taylor||Brett Fallis||5,560,000|
|244||7334||Monday 2nd November||Sarah Bagshaw||Brett Fallis||5,790,000|
|245||7335||Tuesday 3rd November||Tim Dynevor||Tim Dowd||5,580,000|
|246||7336||Wednesday 4th November||Paul Coates||Tim Dowd||5,360,000|
|Thursday 5th November||Martin Fustes||Tim Dowd||5,240,000|
|248||7339||Friday 6th November||Jane Pearson||Paul Copeland||5,200,000|
|249||7340||Monday 9th November||Julie Parsons||Paul Copeland||5,750,000|
|250||7341||Tuesday 10th November||Bill Lyons||Paul Copeland||5,580,000|
|251||7342||Wednesday 11th November||Owen Lloyd-Fox||Alan Wareing||5,520,000|
|252||7343||Thursday 12th November||1||Owen Lloyd-Fox||Alan Wareing||5,410,000|
|253||7344||Thursday 12th November||2||Lesley Clare O'Neill||Alan Wareing||5,170,000|
|254||7345||Monday 16th November||Helen Childs||Alan Wareing||5,550,000|
|255||7346||Tuesday 17th November||Isobel Cameron||Alan Wareing||5,550,000|
|256||7347||Wednesday 18th November||Dawn Harrison||Ian Barber||5,500,000|
|257||7348||Thursday 19th November||1||Peter Kerry||Ian Barber||5,310,000|
|258||7349||Thursday 19th November||2||Cameron McAllister||Ian Barber||5,000,000|
|259||7350||Friday 20th November||Linton Chiswick||Ian Barber||5,400,000|
|260||7351||Monday 23rd November||Maxine Alderton||Michael Lacey||5,690,000|
|Tuesday 24th November||Maxine Alderton||Michael Lacey||5,370,000|
|262||7354||Wednesday 25th November||Sarah Bagshaw||Michael Lacey||5,520,000|
|Thursday 26th November||Martin Fustes||Michael Lacey||5,470,000|
|264||7357||Friday 27th November||Martin Fustes||Peter Rose||5,240,000|
|265||7358||Monday 30th November||Isobel Cameron||Peter Rose||5,790,000|
|266||7359||Tuesday 1st December||Isobel Cameron||Peter Rose||5,680,000|
|267||7360||Wednesday 2nd December||Bill Lyons||Peter Rose||5,330,000|
|268||7361||Thursday 3rd December||1||Kirsty Halton||Peter Rose||5,280,000|
|269||7362||Thursday 3rd December||2||Kirsty Halton||Peter Rose||5,290,000|
|270||7363||Friday 4th December||Jane Pearson||Mickey Jones||5,320,000|
|271||7364||Monday 7th December||Jane Pearson||Mickey Jones||5,320,000|
|272||7365||Tuesday 8th December||Tim Dynevor||Mickey Jones||5,300,000|
|273||7366||Wednesday 9th December||Lesley Clare O'Neill||Mickey Jones||5,070,000|
|274||7367||Thursday 10th December||1||Bill Taylor||Mickey Jones||5,460,000|
|275||7368||Thursday 10th December||2||Bill Taylor||Mickey Jones||5,270,000|
|276||7369||Friday 11th December||Dawn Harrison||Simon Ferguson||5,150,000|
|277||7370||Monday 14th December||Jo Summerscales||Simon Ferguson||5,460,000|
|278||7371||Tuesday 15th December||Peter Kerry||Simon Ferguson||5,530,000|
|279||7372||Wednesday 16th December||Helen Childs||David Kester||5,150,000|
|280||7373||Thursday 17th December||1||Owen Lloyd-Fox||David Kester||5,280,000|
|281||7374||Thursday 17th December||2||Owen Lloyd-Fox||David Kester||5,280,000|
|282||7375||Friday 18th December||Cameron McAllister||Tim O'Mara||5,080,000|
|283||7376||Monday 21st December||Linton Chiswick||Tim O'Mara||5,160,000|
|284||7377||Tuesday 22nd December||Andrew Kirk||Tim O'Mara||5,190,000|
|285||7378||Wednesday 23rd December||Andrew Kirk||Tim O'Mara||4,970,000|
|Thursday 24th December||Martin Fustes||Sarah Kendell|
|Friday 25th December||Paul Roundell||Tony Prescott||4,210,000|
|288||7383||Monday 28th December||Lesley Clare O'Neill||Ian Barber||5,300,000|
|289||7384||Tuesday 29th December||Cameron McAllister||Ian Barber||5,430,000|
|290||7385||Wednesday 30th December||Bill Taylor||Ian Barber||5,370,000|
|Thursday 31st December||Isobel Cameron||Ian Barber||5,140,000|
- Belle attempts to silence Gemma's torment by taking legal highs dealt to her by Lachlan. When he decides to try the high himself, he has a seizure and slips into unconsciousness. He is rushed to hospital and soon makes a full recovery. In order to keep him out of trouble, Chrissie agrees to let him join David and Alicia's kids football team. Lachlan soon takes a shine to hanging around the pair and becomes inspired by David's tattoos, getting one of his own. David steadily starts to feel uneasy as he believes Lachlan to have a man-crush on him, but Lachlan seems to have his sights on Alicia.
- Aaron and Robert continue their affair but Robert warns Aaron that it will end when he marries Chrissie. Katie begins to believe that Robert is having an affair and intends to expose him.
- Finn tracks down his mum, Emma, in Hotten and introduces himself to her. The pair initially agree to meet in private but Finn later breaks the news to the rest of the family that he's tracked her down. Pete especially doesn't take the news well and unsuccessfully tries to manipulate Finn into giving up seeing his mother. Emma soon comes face to face with Ross and Pete following a bar fight and introduces herself to them. Pete is adamant he wants nothing to do with her but Ross is curious and agrees to keep seeing her. Ross breaks the news to Emma that her suspicions of James having an affair with Moira all those years ago came out to be true last summer and that they had a child together - Adam. Emma storms across to The Woolpack and slaps James, before subtly threatening Moira - her first contact with both of them in twenty two years. Pete confides in James that he remembers seeing Emma attempting to smother Ross when they were younger. Meanwhile, Ross and Finn become attached to Emma and stage a break-in at her house in order to unnerve her into needing to move in with them. As Pete continues to resent her, Emma begs James to try to win him around. When he refuses to help, the two become involved in an argument on the farm and Emma swings out in frustration at a hoist causing a pallet to fall down on James. Emma initially leaves him for dead but is forced to turn back and help when she witnesses Pete approaching. James remembers nothing of the incident and thanks her for saving his life while Pete agrees to give her a chance in order to show his gratitude.
- Cain collapses in the garage and soon reveals to Charity that he's been having dizzy spells and blacking out. She forces him to go to the hospital where he's told he has a brain aneurism, brought on by his head injury a few years ago. Initially keeping the news quiet from everyone bar Charity, the news comes out when he collapses in the brook and is taken off to hospital. Moira persuades him to overcome his fears of having the operation. He does, the following day, and the operation is deemed a success.
- Jai and Megan tie the knot but find their family threatened when Rachel Breckle returns to the village with Archie and Jai discovers the son he bought believing was his is actually somebody elses. The news hits Megan hard and she attempts to abduct the boy before handing him over to Social Services.
- Tracy Shankley returns to the village much to Sam's surprise and begins paying back what she owes to the Dingles. Val takes pity on her when she hears of Tracy's abusive former boyfriend and agrees to put her up in the spare room at The Grange. Tracy soon becomes involved in a relationship with Sam as Kerry tries to break them up in order to reunite Sam with Rachel.
- Katie finds Belle talking to Gemma and alerts Zak and Lisa that Belle isn't well. Belle locks herself in Katie's car as Gemma instructs Belle to run Zak down. Belle overcomes her torment to prevent causing anymore harm and finally admits she needs help. She attends a doctor's appointment where she is prescribed pills that help to stop the voices, but leave her feeling emotionless.
- Charity is sentenced to two years in prison for perverting the course of justice as Rachel returns to the village in order to give evidence against her. As Charity is led away, she confesses to Cain that she loves him and wants to be with him when she is released.
- Nicola is told that she's experiencing early menopause.
- Adam and Aaron launch a scrap business together in the village with Adam selling his share in the farm in order to fund it. They encounter a problem when Eric threatens to complain about the location of their business - next to his Barn Conversion, but is won round when Adam offers him a 5% share in the business on the condition it's kept quiet from Val.
- Victoria and Adam begin seeing each other again.
- Marlon and Laurel agree to an alcohol-free January.
- Katie and Andy begin moving their stuff over to a caravan on Wylie's Farm. Robert secretly sets fire to it when Katie refuses to drop her accusations of an affair and she soon works out that he was responsible for the fire. Andy grows irritated by her attempts to pin everything on Robert and begins to wonder if he wants to be with her at all. Fed up with everything being on Robert's terms, Aaron decides to get his own back and confesses to Katie that Robert has been having an affair - with him. He lures Robert to Wylie's Farm as Katie lurks in the background and takes a picture as he and Aaron kiss. Confronting Robert about the affair, they become involved in a tussle and Robert pushes Katie. She falls to the floor and straight through the rotten floorboards to her death. Robert recruits Aaron to help cover up any clues that may incriminate them, lying that Katie had deleted the photo of their kiss from her phone and was going to remain quiet about the affair. He manipulates Aaron into believing he is responsible for Katie's death by calling her up to Wylie's Farm to expose the affair and they leave Katie lying dead on the floor for somebody to find. Andy eventually finds Katie and her death is deemed accidental as Aaron struggles with his guilt. He admits to Paddy and Chas that Katie was right about Robert's affair and confesses it was him who Robert was seeing, before warning them that it must never be revealed. Andy sinks into depression and soon decides to take his own life. Robert and Aaron find him and stop him just in time and the Sugdens realise they need to keep a closer eye on him.
- Laurel is irritable as Paddy makes a bet with her and Marlon to another month without alcohol, the loser buying the other couple a meal. Doug soon manages to talk her out of it and she secretly shares drinks with him. Marlon foils her however and the pair soon agree to drop the bet. Her drinking takes a turn for the worse however, when she turns up drunk and late for work and then goes on to insult Jai, not realising he's in the room. Jai sacks her and refuses to reconsider when she returns the next day to beg for her job. She manages to arrange an interview for a job in Hotten but soon finds herself seeking comfort from the bottle again when she misses her bus and the company refuse to rearrange her interview.
- Tracy continues to rub her relationship with Sam in Rachel's face. Realising she has little chance of ever repairing her relationship with Sam, Rachel applies for a job in Luton and soon finds out she has been successful. Megan overhears the news but decides to keep it quiet from Jai. As Rachel prepares to leave, Ali tries to make Sam see sense while Leyla pushes Megan to tell Jai the truth. Sam and Jai unite in order to stop Rachel from leaving as Jai tells Rachel that he wants to be a part of Archie's life and Sam confesses he's still in love with her and has ends things with Tracy. Rachel decides to stay in the village. Quietly sickened by his wife's betrayal, Jai makes a call to his solicitor.
- Rodney is horrified when Georgia shows interest in moving in to Tug Ghyll with him. He pays Leyla to put Georgia off the idea but when that fails to work, he admits he doesn't want to move in with her and thinks they should end their relationship before leaving for a break in Europe. When he returns, Georgia tries to pick up their relationship but he insists he's only interested in sleeping with her rather than a relationship. She slaps him before telling him there's no chance.
- Emma's relationship with Ross and Finn is tested as she finds out Ross was responsible for the break-in as a way of getting her to move in with them. Pete is angry when he finds the pair feeling guilty and blurts out how Emma tried to kill Ross when he was younger, leaving him devastated. Emma tries to explain to them about her post-natal depression but the Barton boys begin to wonder if they've done the right thing letting their mother back into their lives. Ross confides in Debbie who encourages him to give his mother a chance.
- Alicia and David's relationship with Chrissie and Lachlan continues to grow as Chrissie asks Alicia to be her back-up bridesmaid when her sister is unable to attend her wedding. Lachlan's obsession with Alicia also continues to grow as he begins to bunk off school, lying to Chrissie, in order to offer his assistance in the shop. David is confused when Alicia receives a Valentine's gift that wasn't sent by him and soon discovers Lachlan is responsible when she also receives a handbag she had commented on in front of him. David warns Lachlan off but he refuses to listen and turns up at the shop the next day offering his assistance. When David has to rush off to the hospital with Amba, a tipsy Alicia returns home after celebrating her birthday. Lachlan waits for Alicia to fall asleep before unbuttoning her shorts and sexually assaulting her. Alicia wakes to discover what Lachlan is doing and, petrified, calls the police on him and confides in Leyla and David. Lachlan is arrested, to Chrissie's horror, but spins the story saying he was involved in a relationship with Alicia. Disgusted, Chrissie pushes for Alicia to be punished for grooming Lachlan.
- Priya recruits Kirin to help Jai realise she's a necessity at the factory and Jai's soon offering her a full-time position.
- Belle feels guilty when she feels numb over Katie's death and stops taking her medication. In doing so, Gemma's voice returns to taunt her and she goes up to Wylie's Farm to commit suicide. Cain grabs her before she has the chance to jump from the rafters and she is sectioned to the adolescent mental health unit.
- Emma is upset when James asks her for a divorce but later agrees. Harboring deep dislike for both Moira and Adam, Emma secretly causes friction at the scrapyard by switching signs on a car for scrap, forcing the wrong one to be scrapped. She's later delighted to see an argument between Adam and Aaron lead to one between James and Chas too. Moira soon works out that Emma's meddling is responsible and warns her not to interfere with their lives again as she has far more to lose now she's just beginning to build bridges with her sons.
- Pearl is shocked to discover that she's been underpaying her gas bill and is now heavily in debt. She returns to gambling as a way of trying to pay off her bills.
- Nicola is down as she begins to believe she is past it. She is disappointed in Jimmy when he calls the police on her, believing her to have snatched Amba after taking her for a walk, when she had been locked in a barn after sheltering from rain.
- Harriet decides to start a career as a Private Investigator.
- Cain takes Noah to see Charity in prison. Charity assures Cain that she meant everything she said about wanting to be with him when she gets out.
- The aftermath of Lachlan's sexual assault on Alicia creates waves as battle lines are drawn between the Metcalfes and the Whites. The Whites find themselves in an awful situation as the villagers support Alicia but Chrissie fails to see through her son's lies and decides to counter battle Alicia for grooming. As the police drop both cases for lack of evidence, Alicia begins to worry whether she was responsible for her assault and begins to think she did lead Lachlan on. After another confrontation with Lachlan, David decides to make him pay and kidnaps him, scaring him witless in a barn in a bid to make him confess. Chrissie discovers Lachlan's camera, full of pictures of Alicia, and confronts him, realising that her son has been lying. Chrissie apologises to Alicia and reports Lachlan to the police and is left to await the outcome of his court hearing.
- Jimmy gets a shock when Lawrence sends Nicola to Dubai on a business trip he can't make and she returns having being offered a job there on a six-month contract. Initially agreeing to go along with her, Jimmy changes his mind when at the airport and they return home with Nicola questioning whether she can forgive Jimmy for ruining a once in a lifetime chance for her. Jimmy eventually agrees to let Nicola go alone and she leaves Angelica behind with him.
- Zak and Lisa are pleased to see Belle coping in the mental-health unit when they visit her on the eve of Gemma's death. She returns home mid-month, having felt ready to return home but causes rifts in the family when Rachel refuses to allow her near Archie.
- Pearl finds herself in great debt when her gambling spirals out of control and she begins stealing from the vets. When she's nearly caught out, she begins to feign alzheimers for mislaying money but when Vanessa finds an IOU book she's been keeping, Paddy and Rhona confront Pearl who finds it hard to wriggle out of her lies. A furious Paddy sacks her and Pearl sells her house back to Eric in order to pay back the money she stole. She packs and leaves the village but Rhona and Paddy discover her plan and convince her to say, sure they will be able to rebuild their trust soon.
- Val suffers a health scare and ends up in hospital with pneumonia. Paul Lambert returns to visit her as her family and friends are informed that she's unlikely to pull through. Val eventually regains consciousness and is informed that she needs to start taking HIV medication. She becomes severely depressed as she struggles to accept the fact that she'll be on medication for life and begins to question whether it's worth it. Finn begins dating Darren Thompson, a hospital nurse who tended to Val, but soon news reaches him and his friends that Darren is also HIV positive. Val becomes scared for Finn and attempts to scare Darren off by sending him abusive text messages and vandalising his car. Finn eventually finds out and is livid with her.
- Rachel sets Tracy up to move in with Dan and Kerry but Kerry soon has enough of her and kicks her out. She winds up moving in with a grieving Andy who kicks Leyla and Vanessa out of Tug Ghyll and starts sleeping with her. Tracy returns to The Grange later in the month when Andy begins to scare her, leading Andy to realise that is behaviour has been spiraling out of control. He apologises to all that he's hurt and moves in with Victoria at Keepers Cottage.
- Laurel begins working for Bernice and Kerry as an events hostess. She begins to turn to the bottle more and more and Doug begins to pick up on the amount she's drinking, even secretly hospitalising April at one point who picks up a mug of vodka. Doug threatens to expose her problem to Marlon but Laurel kicks him out and threatens to stop him seeing his grandchildren if he breathes a word.
- Bob is astounded when his daughter Carly turns up in a wedding dress dragging Bob off to the ceremony about to start. As Bob speaks to her about her other half, Sunil Malla, he realises Carly does not love him and is only marrying for his money. He talks her out of the wedding and Carly returns to the village to temporarily live with him and Brenda. Bob is delighted at the chance of rebuilding his ropey relationship with his daughter. Carly begins dating Ross who is soon shocked to discover that Carly is Donna's step-sister.
- Vanessa suffers a health scare when Kirin finds a lump in her breast. Their relationship falls apart as Kirin is unable to support her and Vanessa faces a worrying wait for her test results alone, with only the support of Rhona.
- Robert confesses to Aaron that he had no part in Katie's death, explaining how they rowed and she fell. He tells Aaron he loves him and the pair restart their affair.
- Adam publicly proposes to Victoria on her birthday, leaving her feeling pressured into saying yes. When she finally builds up the courage to tell him she's not yet ready to marry him, Adam is devastated and spends the night with a lonely Vanessa.
Who lives whereEdit
- Mulberry Cottage - Debbie Dingle, Sarah and Jack Sugden. Pete Barton (until August). Moses Dingle (from June). Ross Barton (from November).
- The Grange - Tracy Shankley (January to April, from May). Robert Sugden (July to August). Nikhil and Molly Sharma (November only).
- The Woolpack - Diane Sugden, Chas Dingle and Aaron Livesy. James Barton (until April). Doug Potts (from March).
- Woodbine Cottage - Edna Birch. Sandy Thomas (until October). Harriet Finch (from December).
- Tug Ghyll - Leyla Harding and Vanessa Woodfield. Katie Sugden (until February). Andy Sugden and Tracy Shankley (March only).
- Dale Head - Dan Spencer and Kerry Wyatt. Amelia Spencer (from June).
- Mill Cottage - Jimmy and Angelica King, Bernice Blackstock and Gabby Thomas (until September). Tracy Shankley (April to May). Nicola King (until March). Rakesh Kotecha, Priya Sharma and Amba Metcalfe (from September). Kirin Kotecha (from October).
- Dale View - Andy Sugden (until March). Ross Barton (until August). Finn and Emma Barton (from January). James Barton (from August). Pete Barton (from December).
- Connelton View - Brenda Walker, Bob, Cathy and Heath Hope. Rodney Blackstock (until February, from July). Carly Hope (March to July).
- Victoria Cottage - Priya Sharma, Rakesh Kotecha and Amba Metcalfe (until September). Kirin Kotecha (until July). Jimmy King (from September). Angelica King (September to November, from December). Bernice Blackstock and Gabby Thomas (September and October). Laurel Dingle (November to December). Nicola King (from December).
- Keepers Cottage - Victoria Barton. Betty Eagleton (until May). Adam Barton (from July). Andy Sugden (March to November). Robert Sugden (September and from November).
- Brook Cottage - Ashley Thomas. Harriet Finch (until December). Sandy Thomas (from October) Laurel Dingle and Arthur Thomas (from December).
- Farrers Barn - David and Amba Metcalfe. Alicia Metcalfe and Jacob Gallagher. (until June and September). Nikhil and Molly Sharma (from November).
- Tenant Cottage - Ali and Amelia Spencer and Ruby Haswell (all until June). Rachel and Archie Breckle. (January to August). Sam and Samson Dingle (from May). Megan Sharma (from August)
- Jacobs Fold - Pearl Ladderbanks (until April). Kirin Kotecha (July to October).
- Smithy Cottage - Paddy Kirk and Rhona and Leo Goskirk. Pearl Ladderbanks (from April).
- Butlers Farm - Moira, Cain and Noah Dingle. Adam Barton (until July). Finn Barton and Charity Dingle (both until January). Andy Sugden (from November).
- Butlers Farm Caravan - James Barton (April to August). Pete Barton (August to November).
- Tall Trees Cottage - Marlon Dingle and April Windsor. Laurel Dingle and Arthur Thomas (until December). Doug Potts (until March).
- Pollard's Barn - Eric Pollard. Val Pollard (until August).
- Wishing Well Cottage - Zak, Lisa and Belle Dingle. Sam Dingle and Samson Dingle (until May). Joanie Wright and Kyle Winchester (from June).
- Holdgate Farm - Jai, Megan and Rishi Sharma. Georgia Sharma (from March). Archie Breckle (until January). Nikhil and Molly Sharma (November only).
- Home Farm - Lawrence, Chrissie and Lachlan White. Robert Sugden (until July and September only). Bernice Blackstock and Gabby Thomas (from October). Nicola and Angelica King (November only).
- Wylie's Farm - Vacant.
- Unknown residence - Georgia Sharma (until March). Joanie Wright and Kyle Winchester (until June).
Who works whereEdit
- The Grange - Eric Pollard. Val Pollard (until August). Finn Barton. Tracy Shankley (January to February, March onwards).
- The Woolpack - Diane and Victoria Sugden, Chas and Marlon Dingle and Priya Sharma. Alicia Metcalfe (until June and August).
- Beauty & Bernice - Bernice Blackstock and Kerry Wyatt.
- Take A Vow - Leyla Harding. Megan Macey (until July).
- Dingle & Dingle Automotives - Debbie and Cain Dingle, Ross Barton and Dan Spencer. Aaron Livesy (until February).
- Café Main Street - Bob Hope and Brenda Walker. Ruby Haswell (until August). Laurel Dingle (August to September).
- Hope for the Best - David and Alicia Metcalfe (until June). Carly Hope (June to July).
- St. Mary's Church - Ashley Thomas.
- Butlers Farm - Moira and Zak Dingle, James and Pete Barton and Andy Sugden. Adam Barton (until February).
- Sharma & Sharma Sweet Factory - Jai and Rishi Sharma. Lisa and Belle Dingle (from April). Laurel Dingle (until February and from September). Ali Spencer (until June). Rachel Breckle (from June). Megan Sharma (July to August).
- Home Farm - Lawrence White, Chrissie Sugden and Sam Dingle. Nicola King (until March). Robert Sugden (until September).
- Holey Scrap - Aaron Livesy and Adam Barton (both from February.
- Home James Haulage - Jimmy King. Charity Dingle (until January). Tracy Shankley (from May).
Awards and NominationsEdit
National Television Awards
- Best Newcomer: Michael Parr (Nominee)
- Best Serial Drama Performance: Verity Rushworth (Nominee)
- Best Serial Drama: Emmerdale (Nominee)
British Soap Awards
- Best Actor: Michael Parr (Nominee)
- Best Actress: Natalie Anderson (Nominee)
- Villain of the Year: Ryan Hawley (Nominee)
- Best Comedy Performance: Laura Norton (Nominee)
- Best Newcomer: Ryan Hawley (Nominee)
- Best Storyline: Donna's demise (Nominee)
- Best Single Episode: Andy goes to the brink (Episode 7110/7111 (19th February 2015)) (Nominee)
- Best Dramatic Performance: Natalie Anderson (Nominee)
- Best On-Screen Partnership: Verity Rushworth and Michael Parr (Nominee)
- Best Young Performer: Amelia Flanagan (Winner)
- Scene of the Year: Donna's goodbye (Winner)
TV Choice Awards
- Best Soap Newcomer: Ryan Hawley (Nominee)
- Best Soap Actress: Natalie Anderson (Nominee)
- Best Soap Actor: Danny Miller (Winner)
- Best Soap: Emmerdale (Nominee)
Inside Soap Awards
- Best Actor: Michael Parr (Winner)
- Best Actress: Charley Webb (Nominee)
- Best Bad Boy: Michael Parr (Winner)
- Best Bad Girl: Emma Atkins (Nominee)
- Funniest Female: Laura Norton (Nominee)
- Best Newcomer: Ryan Hawley (Winner)
- Best Young Actor: Amelia Flanagan (Winner)
- Sexiest Female: Natalie Anderson (Nominee)
- Sexiest Male: Michael Parr (Winner)
- Best Shock Twist: Robert and Aaron's relationship (Nominee)
- Best Affair: Debbie and Ross (Winner) and Aaron and Robert (Nominee)
- Best Partnership: Charlie Hardwick and Christopher Chittell (Winner)
- Best Showstopper: Donna's death (Nominee)
- Best Soap: Emmerdale (Winner)
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