308 episodes were broadcast during the year. Major storylines included Aaron Livesy's child abuse, Ashley Thomas's battle with dementia, David Metcalfe's battle with testicular cancer, Rakesh Kotecha setting fire to Mill Cottage in an insurance scam, Andy Sugden going on the run after being framed for the shooting of Lawrence White, Holly Barton's overdose and death and Emma Barton causing the Hotten Bypass crash which claimed the life of her partner James.
Emmerdale won 'Best Soap' at The British Soap Awards for first time in the award ceremony's eighteen-year history and at TV Choice Awards for the first time in its twenty-year history.
|1||7388||Friday 1st January||Peter Kerry||Paul Copeland||5,670,000||28|
|2||7389||Monday 4th January||Julie Parsons||Paul Copeland||6,130,000||21|
|3||7390||Tuesday 5th January||Jo Summerscales||Paul Copeland||5,820,000||27|
|4||7391||Wednesday 6th January||Linton Chiswick||Paul Copeland||5,910,000||25|
|5||7392||Thursday 7th January||1||Dawn Harrison||Alan Wareing||5,820,000||26|
|6||7393||Thursday 7th January||2||Dawn Harrison||Alan Wareing||5,830,000||27|
|7||7394||Friday 8th January||Sarah Bagshaw||Alan Wareing||5,950,000||22|
|8||7395||Monday 11th January||Andrew Kirk||Alan Wareing||5,750,000||26|
|9||7396||Tuesday 12th January||Helen Childs||Ian Bevitt||5,790,000||23|
|10||7397||Wednesday 13th January||Bill Lyons||Ian Bevitt||5,510,000||29|
|11||7398||Thursday 14th January||1||Jane Pearson||Ian Bevitt||5,870,000||21|
|12||7399||Thursday 14th January||2||Jane Pearson||Ian Bevitt||5,780,000||24|
|13||7400||Friday 15th January||Paul Coates||Ian Bevitt||5,720,000||27|
|14||7401||Monday 18th January||Tim Dynevor||Sasha Ransome||5,980,000||18|
|Tuesday 19th January||Owen Lloyd-Fox||Sasha Ransome||5,480,000||24|
|16||7404||Thursday 21st January||1||Kirsty Halton||Sasha Ransome||5,740,000||20|
|17||7405||Thursday 21st January||2||Kirsty Halton||Sasha Ransome||5,530,000||23|
|18||7406||Friday 22nd January||Martin Fustes||Tim O'Mara||5,610,000||22|
|19||7407||Monday 25th January||Martin Fustes||Tim O'Mara||5,900,000||20|
|20||7408||Tuesday 26th January||Bill Lyons||Tim O'Mara||5,610,000||24|
|21||7409||Wednesday 27th January||Dawn Harrison||Tim O'Mara||5,820,000||21|
|22||7410||Thursday 28th January||1||Jo Summerscales||Simon Ferguson||5,620,000||23|
|23||7411||Thursday 28th January||2||Paul Coates||Simon Ferguson||5,590,000||25|
|24||7412||Friday 29th January||Helen Childs||Simon Ferguson||5,610,000||24|
|25||7413||Monday 1st February||Julie Parsons||Simon Ferguson||5,580,000||28|
|26||7414||Tuesday 2nd February||Bill Taylor||Michael Lacey||5,630,000||27|
|27||7415||Wednesday 3rd February||Bill Taylor||Michael Lacey||5,790,000||25|
|28||7416||Thursday 4th February||1||Maxine Alderton||Michael Lacey||5,990,000||22|
|29||7417||Thursday 4th February||2||Maxine Alderton||Michael Lacey||5,820,000||24|
|30||7418||Friday 5th February||Paul Roundell||Nickie Lister||5,980,000||23|
|31||7419||Monday 8th February||Paul Roundell||Nickie Lister||6,080,000||15|
|32||7420||Tuesday 9th February||Sharon Marshall||Nickie Lister||5,660,000||22|
|33||7421||Wednesday 10th February||Sarah Bagshaw||Nickie Lister||5,600,000||23|
|34||7422||Thursday 11th February||1||Linton Chiswick||David Moor||5,880,000||18|
|35||7423||Thursday 11th February||2||Peter Kerry||David Moor||5,750,000||20|
|36||7424||Friday 12th February||Owen Lloyd-Fox||David Moor||5,550,000||24|
|37||7425||Monday 15th February||Owen Lloyd-Fox||David Moor||5,870,000||20|
|38||7426||Tuesday 16th February||Lesley Clare O'Neill||Sean Healy||5,800,000||21|
|39||7427||Wednesday 17th February||Andrew Kirk||Sean Healy||5,640,000||22|
|40||7428||Thursday 18th February||1||Isobel Cameron||Sean Healy||5,510,000||23|
|41||7429||Thursday 18th February||2||Cameron McAllister||Sean Healy||5,430,000||25|
|42||7430||Friday 19th February||Jane Pearson||Sean Healy||5,480,000||24|
|43||7431||Monday 22nd February||Isobel Cameron||Sasha Ransome||5,820,000||17|
|44||7432||Tuesday 23rd February||Sarah Bagshaw||Sasha Ransome||5,610,000||23|
|45||7433||Wednesday 24th February||Lesley Clare O'Neill||Sasha Ransome||5,690,000||20|
|46||7434||Thursday 25th February||1||Maxine Alderton||Sasha Ransome||5,680,000||21|
|47||7435||Thursday 25th February||2||Maxine Alderton||Sasha Ransome||5,620,000||22|
|48||7436||Friday 26th February||Sharon Marshall||Peter Rose||5,410,000||24|
|49||7437||Monday 29th February||Kirsty Halton||Peter Rose||5,750,000||16|
|50||7438||Tuesday 1st March||Bill Lyons||Peter Rose||5,570,000||19|
|51||7439||Wednesday 2nd March||Helen Childs||Peter Rose||5,490,000||22|
|52||7440||Thursday 3rd March||1||Linton Chiswick||Ian Bevitt||5,410,000||24|
|53||7441||Thursday 3rd March||2||Jo Summerscales||Ian Bevitt||5,410,000||24|
|54||7442||Friday 4th March||Julie Parsons||Ian Bevitt||5,720,000||17|
|55||7443||Monday 7th March||Peter Kerry||Ian Bevitt||5,690,000||15|
|56||7444||Tuesday 8th March||Paul Coates||Michael Lacey||5,500,000||19|
|57||7445||Wednesday 9th March||Andrew Kirk||Michael Lacey||5,460,000||20|
|58||7446||Thursday 10th March||1||Paul Roundell||Michael Lacey||5,530,000||18|
|59||7447||Thursday 10th March||2||Paul Roundell||Michael Lacey||5,420,000||22|
|60||7448||Friday 11th March||Martin Fustes||Tim O'Mara||5,460,000||21|
|61||7449||Monday 14th March||Martin Fustes||Tim O'Mara||5,570,000||15|
|62||7450||Tuesday 15th March||Jane Pearson||Tim O'Mara||5,560,000||16|
|63||7451||Wednesday 16th March||Cameron McAllister||Tim O'Mara||5,470,000||18|
|64||7452||Thursday 17th March||1||Dawn Harrison||Tony Prescott||5,390,000||19|
|65||7453||Thursday 17th March||2||Dawn Harrison||Tony Prescott||5,300,000||22|
|66||7454||Friday 18th March||Bill Taylor||Tony Prescott||5,370,000||21|
|67||7455||Monday 21st March||Owen Lloyd-Fox||Tony Prescott||5,530,000||16|
|68||7456||Tuesday 22nd March||Peter Kerry||Neil Alderton||5,580,000||13|
|69||7457||Wednesday 23rd March||Sharon Marshall||Neil Alderton||5,460,000||19|
|70||7458||Thursday 24th March||1||Bill Taylor||Neil Alderton||5,480,000||18|
|71||7459||Thursday 24th March||2||Bill Taylor||Neil Alderton||5,200,000||23|
|72||7460||Friday 25th March||Jane Pearson||Sean Healy||5,060,000||27|
|73||7461||Monday 28th March||Dawn Harrison||Sean Healy||5,200,000||26|
|74||7462||Tuesday 29th March||Kirsty Halton||Sean Healy||5,560,000||17|
|75||7463||Wednesday 30th March||Andrew Kirk||Sean Healy||5,370,000||20|
|76||7464||Thursday 31st March||1||Paul Roundell||David Moor||5,190,000||27|
|77||7465||Thursday 31st March||2||Cameron McAllister||David Moor||5,410,000||18|
|78||7466||Friday 1st April||Maxine Alderton||David Moor||5,330,000||23|
|79||7467||Monday 4th April||Maxine Alderton||David Moor||5,450,000||16|
|80||7468||Tuesday 5th April||Bill Lyons||Durno Johnston||5,230,000||24|
|81||7469||Wednesday 6th April||Sarah Bagshaw||Durno Johnston||5,290,000||21|
|82||7470||Thursday 7th April||1||Owen Lloyd-Fox||Durno Johnston||5,290,000||21|
|83||7471||Thursday 7th April||2||Owen Lloyd-Fox||Durno Johnston||5,120,000||26|
|84||7472||Friday 8th April||Jo Summerscales||Simon Ferguson||5,280,000||23|
|85||7473||Monday 11th April||Julie Parsons||Simon Ferguson||5,610,000||15|
|86||7474||Tuesday 12th April||Isobel Cameron||Simon Ferguson||5,380,000||19|
|87||7475||Wednesday 13th April||Isobel Cameron||Simon Ferguson||5,120,000||26|
|88||7476||Thursday 14th April||1||Martin Fustes||Ian Bevitt||5,440,000||16|
|89||7477||Thursday 14th April||2||Martin Fustes||Ian Bevitt||5,290,000||21|
|90||7478||Friday 15th April||Caroline Mitchell||Ian Bevitt||5,440,000||16|
|91||7479||Monday 18th April||Linton Chiswick||Ian Bevitt||5,430,000||16|
|92||7480||Tuesday 19th April||Cameron McAllister||Tracey Rooney||5,150,000||21|
|93||7481||Wednesday 20th April||Julie Parsons||Tracey Rooney||4,890,000||31|
|94||7482||Thursday 21st April||1||Jane Pearson||Tracey Rooney||5,020,000||26|
|95||7483||Thursday 21st April||2||Jane Pearson||Tracey Rooney||4,670,000||35|
|96||7484||Friday 22nd April||Maxine Alderton||Judith Dine||4,990,000||29|
|97||7485||Monday 25th April||Maxine Alderton||Judith Dine||5,450,000||15|
|98||7486||Tuesday 26th April||Martin Fustes||Judith Dine||5,020,000||24|
|99||7487||Wednesday 27th April||Martin Fustes||Judith Dine||5,020,000||24|
|100||7488||Thursday 28th April||1||Helen Childs||Nickie Lister||5,360,000||16|
|101||7489||Thursday 28th April||2||Jo Summerscales||Nickie Lister||5,020,000||24|
|102||7490||Friday 29th April||Dawn Harrison||Nickie Lister||5,090,000||21|
|103||7491||Monday 2nd May||Andrew Kirk||Nickie Lister||5,180,000||16|
|104||7492||Tuesday 3rd May||Peter Kerry||David Moor||5,090,000||18|
|105||7493||Wednesday 4th May||Bill Lyons||David Moor||4,810,000||23|
|106||7494||Thursday 5th May||1||Linton Chiswick||David Moor||4,730,000||27|
|107||7495||Thursday 5th May||2||Paul Coates||David Moor||4,520,000||31|
|108||7496||Friday 6th May||Sarah Bagshaw||Sean Healy||4,680,000||28|
|109||7497||Monday 9th May||Bill Taylor||Sean Healy||5,050,000||16|
|110||7498||Tuesday 10th May||Owen Lloyd-Fox||Sean Healy||4,990,000||18|
|111||7499||Wednesday 11th May||Sharon Marshall||Sean Healy||5,250,000||13|
|112||7500||Thursday 12th May||1||Paul Roundell||Neil Alderton||4,890,000||21|
|113||7501||Thursday 12th May||2||Paul Roundell||Neil Alderton||4,840,000||22|
|114||7502||Friday 13th May||Isobel Cameron||Neil Alderton||5,000,000||17|
|115||7503||Monday 16th May||Isobel Cameron||Neil Alderton||5,160,000||19|
|116||7504||Tuesday 17th May||Linton Chiswick||Jeff Naylor||5,000,000||22|
|117||7505||Wednesday 18th May||Linton Chiswick||Jeff Naylor||5,230,000||17|
|118||7506||Thursday 19th May||1||Bill Taylor||Jeff Naylor||5,200,000||18|
|119||7507||Thursday 19th May||2||Bill Taylor||Jeff Naylor||4,940,000||24|
|120||7508||Friday 20th May||Jo Summerscales||Jeff Naylor||5,030,000||21|
|121||7509||Monday 23rd May||Bill Lyons||Jeff Naylor||6,010,000||20|
|122||7510||Tuesday 24th May||Cameron McAllister||Tony Prescott||5,880,000||21|
|123||7511||Wednesday 25th May||Jane Pearson||Tony Prescott||6,070,000||19|
|124||7512||Thursday 26th May||Paul Roundell||Tony Prescott||6,570,000||16|
|125||7513||Friday 27th May||Paul Roundell||Tony Prescott||5,680,000||22|
|126||7514||Monday 30th May||Paul Coates||Tony Prescott||5,840,000||12|
|Tuesday 31st May||Caroline Mitchell|
|128||7517||Wednesday 1st June||Sarah Bagshaw||Tim O'Mara||6,190,000||8|
|129||7518||Thursday 2nd June||Martin Fustes||Tim O'Mara||5,930,000||11|
|130||7519||Friday 3rd June||1||Martin Fustes||Tim O'Mara||5,580,000||16|
|131||7520||Friday 3rd June||2||Kirsty Halton||Tim O'Mara||5,620,000||15|
|132||7521||Monday 6th June||Kirsty Halton||Tim O'Mara||6,100,000||12|
|133||7522||Tuesday 7th June||Owen Lloyd-Fox||Judith Dine||6,060,000||13|
|134||7523||Wednesday 8th June||Owen Lloyd-Fox||Judith Dine||6,060,000||13|
|Thursday 9th June||Isobel Cameron|
|136||7526||Friday 10th June||Julie Parsons||Tim Dowd||5,580,000||20|
|137||7527||Sunday 12th June||Helen Childs||Tim Dowd||5,210,000||22|
|138||7528||Monday 13th June||Andrew Kirk||Tim Dowd||6,310,000||13|
|139||7529||Friday 17th June||Lesley Clare O'Neill||Alan Wareing||6,030,000||18|
|140||7530||Sunday 19th June||Peter Kerry||Alan Wareing||5,260,000||26|
|141||7531||Monday 20th June||Sharon Marshall||Alan Wareing||6,080,000||13|
|142||7532||Tuesday 21st June||Bill Lyons||Brett Fallis||6,240,000||12|
|143||7533||Wednesday 22nd June||Cameron McAllister||Brett Fallis||5,530,000||20|
|144||7534||Thursday 23rd June||1||Helen Childs||Brett Fallis||5,950,000||15|
|145||7535||Thursday 23rd June||2||Andrew Kirk||Brett Fallis||5,570,000||18|
|146||7536||Friday 24th June||1||Julie Parsons||Brett Fallis||5,680,000||17|
|147||7537||Friday 24th June||2||Linton Chiswick||Neil Alderton||5,040,000||21|
|Tuesday 28th June||Isobel Cameron||Neil Alderton||6,510,000||12|
|149||7540||Wednesday 29th June||Sarah Bagshaw||Neil Alderton||6,310,000||14|
|150||7541||Thursday 30th June||Peter Kerry||Diana Patrick||5,290,000||23|
|151||7542||Friday 1st July||1||Kirsty Halton||Diana Patrick||5,900,000||19|
|152||7543||Friday 1st July||2||Dawn Harrison||Diana Patrick||5,180,000||24|
|153||7544||Monday 4th July||Karin Young||Diana Patrick||6,240,000||16|
|154||7545||Tuesday 5th July||1||Martin Fustes||Paul Copeland||5,980,000||18|
|155||7546||Tuesday 5th July||2||Martin Fustes||Paul Copeland||5,160,000||27|
|156||7547||Wednesday 6th July||Lesley Clare O'Neill||Paul Copeland||5,280,000||26|
|157||7548||Thursday 7th July||1||Jo Summerscales||Paul Copeland||6,020,000||17|
|158||7549||Thursday 7th July||2||Sharon Marshall||Paul Copeland||5,570,000||21|
|159||7550||Friday 8th July||Paul Coates||Duncan Foster||5,760,000||21|
|160||7551||Monday 11th July||Owen Lloyd-Fox||Duncan Foster||6,500,000||9|
|Tuesday 12th July||Paul Roundell||Duncan Foster||6,030,000||11|
|162||7554||Wednesday 13th July||Maxine Alderton||Duncan Foster||5,880,000||13|
|163||7555||Thursday 14th July||1||Jane Pearson||Tim Finn||5,630,000||17|
|164||7556||Thursday 14th July||2||Jane Pearson||Tim Finn||5,650,000||16|
|165||7557||Friday 15th July||Bill Taylor||Tim Finn||5,960,000||12|
|166||7558||Monday 18th July||Bill Taylor||Tim Finn||5,950,000||13|
|Tuesday 19th July||Isobel Cameron||Judith Dine||5,510,000||18|
|168||7561||Wednesday 20th July||Jo Summerscales||Judith Dine||5,900,000||14|
|169||7562||Thursday 21st July||1||Sarah Bagshaw||Judith Dine||6,160,000||11|
|170||7563||Thursday 21st July||2||Bill Lyons||Judith Dine||6,000,000||12|
|171||7564||Friday 22nd July||Peter Kerry||Tim Dowd||5,880,000||15|
|172||7565||Monday 25th July||Paul Roundell||Tim Dowd||6,330,000||9|
|Tuesday 26th July||Martin Fustes||Tim Dowd||6,140,000||10|
|174||7568||Wednesday 27th July||Jane Pearson||Tim Dowd||5,890,000||13|
|175||7569||Thursday 28th July||1||Kirsty Halton||Vicky Thomas||6,080,000||11|
|176||7570||Thursday 28th July||2||Kirsty Halton||Vicky Thomas||6,020,000||12|
|177||7571||Friday 29th July||Dawn Harrison||Vicky Thomas||5,750,000||15|
|178||7572||Monday 1st August||Lesley Clare O'Neill||Vicky Thomas|
|Tuesday 2nd August||Bill Taylor||Brett Fallis|
|180||7575||Wednesday 3rd August||Karin Young||Brett Fallis|
|181||7576||Thursday 4th August||1||Paul Coates||Brett Fallis|
|182||7577||Thursday 4th August||2||Julie Parsons||Brett Fallis|
|183||7578||Friday 5th August||Helen Childs||Diana Patrick|
|184||7579||Monday 8th August||Cameron McAllister||Diana Patrick|
|Tuesday 9th August||Andrew Kirk||Diana Patrick|
|186||7582||Wednesday 10th August||Sharon Marshall||Diana Patrick|
|187||7583||Thursday 11th August||1||Linton Chiswick||David Kester|
|188||7584||Thursday 11th August||2||Linton Chiswick||David Kester|
|189||7585||Friday 12th August||Owen Lloyd-Fox||David Kester|
|190||7586||Monday 15th August||Owen Lloyd-Fox||David Kester|
|Tuesday 16th August||Paul Roundell||Simon Feguson|
|192||7589||Wednesday 17th August||Chris Gill||Simon Ferguson|
|193||7590||Thursday 18th August||1||Isobel Cameron||Simon Ferguson|
|194||7591||Thursday 18th August||2||Isobel Cameron||Simon Ferguson|
|195||7592||Friday 19th August||Bill Lyons||John Anderson|
|196||7593||Monday 22nd August||Karin Young||John Anderson|
|Tuesday 23rd August||Bill Taylor||John Anderson|
|198||7596||Wednesday 24th August||Sarah Bagshaw||Alan Wareing|
|Thursday 25th August||Jo Summerscales|
|200||7599||Friday 26th August||Peter Kerry||Alan Wareing|
|201||7600||Monday 29th August||Lesley Clare O'Neill||Pip Short|
|Tuesday 30th August||Owen Lloyd-Fox||Pip Short|
|203||7603||Wednesday 31st August||Jane Pearson||Pip Short|
|204||7604||Thursday 1st September||1||Linton Chiswick||Tim Dowd|
|205||7605||Thursday 1st September||2||Linton Chiswick||Tim Dowd|
|206||7606||Friday 2nd September||Andrew Kirk||Tim Dowd|
|207||7607||Monday 5th September||Martin Fustes||Tim Dowd|
|208||7608||Tuesday 6th September||Martin Fustes||Tim Dowd|
|209||7609||Wednesday 7th September||Paul Coates||Vicky Thomas|
|210||7610||Thursday 8th September||1||Julie Parsons||Vicky Thomas|
|211||7611||Thursday 8th September||2||Cameron McAllister||Vicky Thomas|
|212||7612||Friday 9th September||Caroline Mitchell||Vicky Thomas|
|213||7613||Monday 12th September||Maxine Alderton||Brett Fallis|
|214||7614||Tuesday 13th September||Sharon Marshall||Brett Fallis|
|215||7615||Wednesday 14th September||Caroline Mitchell||Brett Fallis|
|216||7616||Thursday 15th September||1||Isobel Cameron||Brett Fallis|
|217||7617||Thursday 15th September||2||Isobel Cameron||Brett Fallis|
|218||7618||Friday 16th September||Samantha Doland De Vaux||Sarah Kendell|
|219||7619||Monday 19th September||Owen Lloyd-Fox||Sarah Kendell|
|220||7620||Tuesday 20th September||Cameron McAllister||Sarah Kendell|
|221||7621||Wednesday 21st September||Sarah Bagshaw||Sarah Kendell|
|222||7622||Thursday 22nd September||1||Martin Fustes||Mickey Jones|
|223||7623||Thursday 22nd September||2||Martin Fustes||Mickey Jones|
|224||7624||Friday 23rd September||Paul Roundell||Mickey Jones|
|225||7625||Monday 26th September||Jo Summerscales||Mickey Jones|
|226||7626||Tuesday 27th September||Chris Gill||John Anderson|
|227||7627||Wednesday 28th September||Julie Parsons||John Anderson|
|228||7628||Thursday 29th September||1||Karin Young||John Anderson|
|229||7629||Thursday 29th September||2||Dawn Harrison||John Anderson|
|230||7630||Friday 30th September||Paul Coates||Ian Barber|
|231||7631||Monday 3rd October||Kirsty Halton||Ian Barber|
|232||7632||Tuesday 4th October||Peter Kerry||Ian Barber|
|233||7633||Wednesday 5th October||Bill Lyons||Ian Barber|
|234||7634||Thursday 6th October||1||Andrew Kirk||Alan Wareing|
|235||7635||Thursday 6th October||2||Andrew Kirk||Alan Wareing|
|236||7636||Friday 7th October||Linton Chiswick||Alan Wareing|
|237||7637||Monday 10th October||Lesley Clare O'Neill||Alan Wareing|
|238||7638||Tuesday 11th October||Caroline Mitchell||Pip Short|
|239||7639||Wednesday 12th October||Linton Chiswick||Pip Short|
|240||7640||Thursday 13th October||1||Martin Fustes||Pip Short|
|241||7641||Thursday 13th October||2||Martin Fustes||Pip Short|
|242||7642||Friday 14th October||Cameron McAllister||Pip Short|
|243||7643||Monday 17th October||Maxine Alderton||Michael Lacey|
|244||7644||Tuesday 18th October||Paul Roundell||Michael Lacey|
|245||7645||Wednesday 19th October||Paul Roundell||Michael Lacey|
|246||7646||Thursday 20th October||1||Owen Lloyd-Fox||Duncan Foster|
|247||7647||Thursday 20th October||2||Owen Lloyd-Fox||Duncan Foster|
|248||7648||Friday 21st October||Maxine Alderton||Duncan Foster|
|249||7649||Monday 24th October||Maxine Alderton||Peter Rose|
|250||7650||Tuesday 25th October||Dawn Harrison||Peter Rose|
|251||7651||Wednesday 26th October||Jane Pearson||Peter Rose|
|252||7652||Thursday 27th October||1||Bill Taylor||Peter Rose|
|253||7653||Thursday 27th October||2||Bill Taylor||Peter Rose|
|254||7654||Friday 28th October||Andrew Kirk||Mickey Jones|
|255||7655||Monday 31st October||Lesley Clare O'Neill||Mickey Jones|
|256||7656||Tuesday 1st November||Bill Lyons||Mickey Jones|
|257||7657||Wednesday 2nd November||Julie Parsons||Mickey Jones|
|258||7658||Thursday 3rd November||1||Kirsty Halton||Matt Hilton|
|259||7659||Thursday 3rd November||2||Peter Kerry||Matt Hilton|
|260||7660||Friday 4th November||Chris Gill||Matt Hilton|
|261||7661||Monday 7th November||Isobel Cameron||Tim O'Mara|
|262||7662||Tuesday 8th November||Isobel Cameron||Tim O'Mara|
|263||7663||Wednesday 9th November||Andrew Kirk||Tim O'Mara|
|264||7664||Thursday 10th November||1||Jane Pearson||Tim O'Mara|
|265||7665||Thursday 10th November||2||Jane Pearson||Tim O'Mara|
|266||7666||Friday 11th November||Sarah Bagshaw||Tim O'Mara|
|267||7667||Monday 14th November||Kirsty Halton||John Anderson|
|268||7668||Tuesday 15th November||Stuart Blackburn||John Anderson|
|269||7669||Wednesday 16th November||Helen Childs||John Anderson|
|270||7670||Thursday 17th November||1||Bill Taylor||John Anderson|
|271||7671||Thursday 17th November||2||Bill Taylor||John Anderson|
|272||7672||Friday 18th November||Bill Lyons||John Anderson|
|273||7673||Monday 21st November||Pete Kerry||Ian Barber|
|274||7674||Tuesday 22nd November||Samantha Doland De Vaux||Ian Barber|
|275||7675||Wednesday 23rd November||Dawn Harrison||Ian Barber|
|276||7676||Thursday 24th November||1||Paul Roundell||Ian Barber|
|277||7677||Thursday 24th November||2||Paul Roundell||Ian Barber|
|278||7678||Friday 25th November||Sharon Marshall||Ian Barber|
|279||7679||Monday 28th November||Paul Coates||Ian Bevitt|
|Tuesday 29th November||Maxine Alderton||Ian Bevitt|
|281||7682||Wednesday 30th November||Cameron McAllister||Ian Bevitt|
|282||7683||Thursday 1st December||1||Julie Parsons||David Kester|
|283||7684||Thursday 1st December||2||Julie Parsons||David Kester|
|284||7685||Friday 2nd December||Lesley Clare O'Neill||David Kester|
|285||7686||Monday 5th December||Caroline Mitchell||David Kester|
|286||7687||Tuesday 6th December||Martin Fustes||Pip Short|
|287||7688||Wednesday 7th December||Chris Gill||Pip Short|
|288||7689||Thursday 8th December||1||Linton Chiswick||Pip Short|
|289||7690||Thursday 8th December||2||Linton Chiswick||Pip Short|
|290||7691||Friday 9th December||Isobel Cameron||Sarah Kendell|
|291||7692||Monday 12th December||Julie Parsons||Sarah Kendell|
|292||7693||Tuesday 13th December||Bill Lyons||Sarah Kendell|
|293||7694||Wednesday 14th December||Sarah Bagshaw||Sarah Kendell|
|294||7695||Thursday 15th December||1||Paul Roundell||Sean Healy|
|295||7696||Thursday 15th December||2||Paul Roundell||Sean Healy|
|296||7697||Friday 16th December||Peter Kerry||Sean Healy|
|297||7698||Monday 19th December||Paul Coates||Sean Healy|
|298||7699||Tuesday 20th December||Maxine Alderton||Peter Rose|
|299||7700||Wednesday 21st December||Sharon Marshall||Peter Rose|
|300||7701||Thursday 22nd December||1||Kirsty Halton||Peter Rose|
|301||7702||Thursday 22nd December||2||Helen Childs||Peter Rose|
|302||7703||Friday 23rd December||Chris Gill||Peter Rose|
|Sunday 25th December||Owen Lloyd-Fox||Tim O'Mara|
|304||7706||Monday 26th December||Caroline Mitchell||Tim O'Mara|
|305||7707||Tuesday 27th December||Bill Taylor||Tim O'Mara|
|306||7708||Wednesday 28th December||Andrew Kirk||Ian Barber|
|307||7709||Thursday 29th December||Cameron McAllister||Ian Barber|
|308||7710||Friday 30th December||Linton Chiswick||Ian Barber|
- Debbie Dingle leaves the village with her children Sarah and Jack after finding out about Ross Barton and Andy Sugden's involvement in Robert Sugden's shooting. She leaves Ross' son, and her half-brother, Moses Dingle with her father Cain Dingle and his wife Moira Dingle, although Moira hands Moses over to Ross. Ross' mum Emma encourages Ross to get his name of Moses' birth certificate
- A second DNA test proves Kirin Kotecha is the father of ex-girlfriend Vanessa Woodfield's son Johnny and not Adam Barton as previously believed. Adam is devastated and runs off with Johnny although soon returns. Kirin is furious to discover his father Rakesh Kotecha manipulated the first set of results and Adam punches Rakesh when he finds out. Kirin struggles to be Johnny's father, especially after seeing how good Adam is with Johnny. Priya Sharma and Rakesh split up in the aftermath although they soon reunite.
- Ashley Thomas tells his father Sandy Thomas, former girlfriend Harriet Finch and his children Gabby and Arthur Thomas about his dementia. The news soon spreads round the village. After Ashley accidentally goes to their old house Mulberry Cottage, instead of their current one Brook Cottage, Laurel Dingle decides the family should rent Mulberry again as it could help with Ashley's illness. A couple of weeks later Laurel tells Ashley that she is pregnant, but decides she cannot keep it, which devastates Ashley. She makes an appointment for an abortion but can't go through with it. After deciding to keep the baby, Laurel beings bleeding, but a miscarriage cannot be confirmed for another few weeks.
- Pete Barton kisses his aunt Moira Dingle. Cain Dingle is furious and Moira sacks Pete. Pete later deliberately gets himself arrested, breaking his bail conditions.
- Bob Hope brings Elliot Windsor to the village and asks Elliot's father Jimmy King to look after him. Jimmy also gets in contact with Juliette, the mother of his young son Carl, who drops Carl of with him until she sorts her life out. Jimmy's wife Nicola King isn't happy with the situation but soon comes round.
- Lisa Dingle suffers an angina attack while out to lunch with Chas Dingle and Rhona Goskirk. Later Belle Dingle pretends to her parents Lisa and Zak Dingle that she is hearing voices again in a bid to repair her parents' marriage.
- Aaron Livesy finds out about Paddy Kirk's affair with Tess Harris after giving Paddy and wife Rhona Goskirk a glowing reference about their desire to adopt. Aaron tells the Social Worker he is not sure Paddy and Rhona will stay together. Paddy and Rhona cannot believe one of their friends could scupper their adoption plans and Paddy blames Tess. Pearl Ladderbanks thinks she is to blame for mentioning Rhona's lesbian stage. Despite Aaron's statement, Paddy and Rhona get through to the next round of the adoption process.
- Chrissie Sugden helps Diane Sugden to choose some wigs after her hair begins to fall out due to her chemotherapy.
- Aaron Livesy discovers his parents Gordon Livesy and Chas Dingle have got back together. He collapses at the scrapyard and Robert Sugden took him to hospital, where he is diagnosed with sepsis due to his self harming cuts becoming infected. After running away from the hospital, Aaron confesses to Robert that his father raped him numerous times during his childhood. Robert confronts Gordon after he discovers Gordon is to buy into The Woolpack, although Gordon suggests Aaron is creating false memories and Robert slightly doubts Aaron.
- Twelve year old Jacob Gallagher manages to return from Portugal alone. He tells his step-father David Metcalfe, he doesn't like living in Portugal and wants to return to the village.
- Wine rep Duncan accidentally leaves extra cases of wine at David's Shop. Employee Carly Hope decides to have a wine tasting night with the spare. Duncan discovers this and asks for Tracy Shankley to go on a date with him. Tracy realises that Duncan is only after one thing and Duncan tries his luck with Carly. Finn Barton discovers Duncan is married.
- Leyla Harding and Nikhil Sharma decide to make a go of their relationship and Leyla moves into Farrers Barn.
- Aaron Livesy accuses his mother Chas Dingle of seeing his father Gordon Livesy again behind his back after believe Gordon had bought the pub. Later, after spending the day together at the seaside, Aaron confesses to Chas that Gordon raped him numerous times as a child. Chas confronts her ex-husband, who eventually admits the accusations. Chas tells her half-brother Cain Dingle about Aaron's abuse, and Cain breaks into Gordon's house, and confronts him. Aaron and Chas stop Cain from killing Gordon, and Aaron reports Gordon to the police.
- After learning his mother Charity Dingle sold him as a baby, Noah Dingle runs away. Emma Barton finds Noah and hides him in B&B before later bringing him back to Butlers Farm. Emma visits Charity in prison and blackmails Charity into allowing her son Ross to have his name on Moses' birth certificate.
- Tracy Shankley blackmails wine rep Duncan into giving her more wine at half price so she can host another wine tasting event. However, at the wine tasting session at the B&B, Eric Pollard discovers the wine is dodgy. Two trading standards agents arrive after a tip off about the dodgy wine. and tests show the wine is only actually 40% wine. Tracy and Carly realise Duncan was behind the tip off to trading standards and they threaten him.
- Pete Barton is sentenced to six months imprisonment.
- Carly Hope catches Kirin Kotecha shouting at his infant son Johnny Woodfield. She promises to not tell Johnny's mother Vanessa Woodfield but she is forced to reveal what happened after spotting an ambulance outside Tug Ghyll and fearing the worst. The ambulance was actually for housemate Leyla Harding who had collapsed due to the norovirus.
- Gabby Thomas discovers a sex tape of Kerry Wyatt and Dan Spencer and shares it online. Gabby's mother Bernice White realises Gabby is responsible of posting the video online and she forces Gabby to clean the sinks and toilets in the salon as punishment.
- Tess Harris confides in Rhona Goskirk she has been having an affair with a married man. Tess asks Rhona to meet her on Hotten Road, planning to tell Rhona it was her husband Paddy Kirk she was having and affair with, but before she can revel all, Tess is the victim of a hit an run by Kirin Kotecha. Tess is taken to the hospital but dies during surgery. Kirin leaves the village to avoid get in trouble with the police. A week after Tess' death, Rhona discovers it was Paddy who Tess was having an affair with.
- An ultrasound scan shows Laurel Dingle is still pregnant, so she and Ashley Thomas decide to get remarried.
- Whilst celebrating her 60th birthday in The Woolpack, Lisa Dingle tells her estranged husband Zak Dingle she is divorcing him after eighteen years of marriage.
- Leyla Harding and Nikhil Sharma announce their engagement.During the celebrations in the pub, Nikhil's brother Jai Sharma arrives and gives Leyla and Nikhil his blessing. Jai also announces to his family he had checked himself into a rehab to ensure he stays clean. Later Jai offer Nikhil advice about Leyla which results in them fighting. Nikhil decides to call off the engagement and return to Canada with his daughter Molly.
- Chas Dingle spraypaints "Paedo" on ex-husband Gordon Livesy's car. After Aaron returns from two weeks in Ireland, Chas publicly reveals that Aaron was abused by Gordon during his childhood. Robert Sugden manages to track down Aaron's former step-mother Sandra Flaherty to York. Aaron and Robert go to York, where Aaron comes face to face with Sandra, and his half-sister Olivia Flaherty for the first time in over seven years. Aaron pleads for Sandra's help his case against Gordon but she refuses although Aaron works out that Sandra knew about the abuse he suffered at the hands of Gordon. Later, a male victim comes forward and says Gordon also abused him but it is revealed that Robert Sugden paid Gordon's neighbour Ryan to lie to help get Gordon convicted. Gordon believes Chas is behind the false witness statement and threatens her.
- Gabby Thomas goes on the date with Jacob Gallagher where she lets slip to Jacob that she and Lachlan White broke into Eric Pollard's house and stole his late wife Val's ring in the previous December. David Metcalfe threatens to report Lachlan and Gabby to the police but Jacob asks him not to. Lachlan and Gabby are forced to apologised to Eric.
- Ashley Thomas asks Lawrence White to adopt his daughter Gabby Thomas when he is no longer capable of being her father.
- Chrissie Sugden discovers her father Lawrence White had an open marriage with her late mother Ellen. She questions her true paternity and decides to have a DNA test to see if Lawrence is her biological father.
- Chas Dingle and Aaron Livesy learn from the police, they believe there is an enough evidence to charge Gordon after the second 'victim' interview but Chas wants to tells Aaron about Robert Sugden paying Ryan but Robert told Chas to think again about telling Aaron. However, Ryan turns up at the village and told Robert, he wanted out of the deal but Robert explained he is helping to put Gordon in the jail. Aaron catches Robert with Ryan outside of the pub, Robert attempts to lie about Ryan but forced to admits to Robert that Ryan is the second 'victim'. Ryan told his story how Gordon nearly abused him and Aaron feels really bad but later, Chas tolds Aaron, Robert pays Ryan to lie to the police which left Aaron furious at Robert. Aaron went to Ryan's house and to drop his statement. Aaron returns to the pub and found out the police charges Gordon with his statement only.
- When in the wood with Sam Dingle, Megan Macey's water broke. Sam runs to get some help but he was accidentally shot by Joanie Wright who was out poaching with Sam's father Zak. Sam was taken to the hospital unconscious. When driving to the hospita, Megan's estranged husband Jai Sharma finds Megan in labour and took her to the hospital. When treated at the hospital, Megan discovers Sam was taking to the hospital with injury. Megan give birth to baby girl and rushed off to neo-natal ICU. Megan and Jai are told that their daughter was starved of oxygen during her birth and could have brain damage. When recovering from his injury, Sam lied to the police that he didn't know who was responsible. Jai and Megan names their daughter Eliza.
- Rakesh Kotecha and Priya Sharma got married at the registry office.
- Charity Dingle release from prison after a year but she went miss before Cain and Chas Dingle can pick her up. A days later, Cain and his wife Moira track Charity in the farm with a stolen Ferrari. Moira drive the Ferrari away and Cain took Charity to the Butlers Farm. Moira calls Ross to get rid of the Ferrari. Later, Charity arrive at The Woolpack and announced she buying Diane Sugden's share of the pub.
- Chrissie Sugden starts a fling with her brother in law Andy.
Who lives whereEdit
- Mulberry Cottage - Debbie and Moses Dingle, Sarah and Jack Sugden and Ross Barton. (all until January) Ashley, Laurel, Sandy and Arthur Thomas. (from January). Gabby Thomas (from July). Dotty Thomas (from September).
- The Grange - Tracy Shankley (until May). Ronnie Hale (June to December). Andy Sugden, Chrissie White and Lachlan White (from July and until August). Jermaine Bailey (August to December).
- The Woolpack - Chas and Aaron Dingle. Diane Sugden and Doug Potts (until May). Charity and Noah Dingle (from March). Olivia Flaherty (from April). Robert Sugden (from July).
- Woodbine Cottage - Harriet Finch. Pearl Ladderbanks (from March). Edna Birch (until May).
- Tug Ghyll - Vanessa and Johnny Woodfield and Carly Hope. Leyla Harding (until January). Kirin Kotecha (January to February). Tracy Shankley (May to July).
- Dale Head - Dan and Amelia Spencer, Kerry Wyatt, Zak and Joanie Dingle and Kyle Winchester.
- Mill Cottage - Rakesh Kotecha (until March). Kirin Kotecha (until January). Priya Kotecha and Amba Metcalfe (until January, March).
- Dale View - Finn Barton. James Barton (until October). Emma (until October, from November). Pete Barton (until January, from May). Ross Barton and Moses Dingle (from January),
- Connelton View - Brenda Walker, Bob, Cathy and Heath Hope and Rodney Blackstock.
- Victoria Cottage - Jimmy, Nicola and Angelica King. Elliot Windsor and Carl Holliday (from January).
- Keepers Cottage - Victoria and Adam Barton. Robert Sugden (until July).
- Brook Cottage - Ashley, Sandy, Arthur and Laurel Thomas (all until January). Diane Sugden and Doug Potts (both from May). Bernice White (from July ).
- Farrers Barn - David Metcalfe. Jacob Gallagher (from January). Leyla Harding (from January). Nikhil and Molly Sharma. (until February) Tracy Shankley (from July).
- Tenant Cottage - Sam and Samson Dingle. Megan and Eliza Macey (from March).
- Jacobs Fold - Vacant.
- Smithy Cottage - Paddy Kirk (until April). Rhona and Leo Goskirk. Pearl Ladderbanks (until March). Pierce Harris (from April).
- Butlers Farm - Moira Dingle. Cain Dingle (until August). Noah Dingle (until March). Moses Dingle (January only). Holly Barton (March to September).
- Butlers Farm Caravan - Andy Sugden (until February and March). Cain Dingle (from October).
- Pollard's Barn - Eric Pollard.
- Wishing Well Cottage - Lisa and Belle Dingle. Jermaine Bailey (July & August). Cain Dingle (August to October).
- Holdgate Farm - Jai and Rishi Sharma. Priya Kotecha and Amba Metcalfe (January and February, from March). Rakesh Kotecha (from March).
- Home Farm - Lawrence White. Lachlan and Chrissie White (until July and from August). Bernice White and Gabby Thomas (until July). Andy Sugden (April to July) Rebecca White (from October). Ronnie Hale (from December).
- Cottage on Home Farm Grounds - Andy Sugden (February to April).
Who works whereEdit
- The Grange - Eric Pollard and Tracy Shankley. Finn Barton (until May). Diane Sugden and Doug Potts (from April).
- The Woolpack - Chas and Marlon Dingle. Charity Dingle (from March). Diane Sugden (until May). Victoria Barton (until June, from July). Jermaine Bailey (from July).
- Beauty & Bernice - Bernice White and Kerry Wyatt.
- Take A Vow - Leyla Harding. Megan Macey (from March). Holly Barton (August to September).
- Dingle & Dingle Automotives - Cain Dingle and Ross Barton. Debbie Dingle (until January). Dan Spencer (from January). Holly Barton (March to May).
- Café Main Street - Bob Hope and Brenda Walker.
- Barton Brothers Taxis - Pete, Ross and Finn Barton (from June).
- David's Shop - David Metcalfe, Carly Hope and Leyla Harding. Jacob Gallagher (from January).
- St. Mary's Church - Ashley Thomas (until March). Harriet Finch (from April).
- Butlers Farm - Moira Dingle. James Barton (until October). Andy Sugden (until July). Pete Barton (until January).
- Sharma & Sharma Sweet Factory - Jai and Rishi Sharma, Lisa and Belle Dingle, Laurel Thomas and Kerry Wyatt. Nikhil Sharma (until February).
- Home Farm Estate - Lawrence and Chrissie White. Sam Dingle. Nicola King (until February). Andy Sugden (February, March to July).
- Holey Scrap - Aaron Dingle, and Adam Barton. Robert Sugden (from February).
- Home James Haulage - Jimmy King. Nicola King (February to June). Charity Dingle (until May). Robert Sugden (from May).
- Diddy Diner - Victoria Barton (until July, from August) Holly Barton (June and July).
Awards and NominationsEdit
National Television Awards
- Best Serial Drama: Emmerdale (Nominee)
- Best Newcomer: Gemma Atkinson (Nominee)
- Best Serial Drama Performance: Michael Parr (Nominee)
British Soap Awards
- Best Soap: Emmerdale (Winner)
- Best Actor: Danny Miller (Winner)
- Best Actress: Lucy Pargeter (Nominee)
- Villain of the Year: Ryan Hawley (Nominee)
- Best Comedy Performance: Matthew Wolfenden (Nominee)
- Best Newcomer: Isobel Steele (Nominee)
- Best Storyline: Aaron's abuse (Nominee)
- Best Single Episode: Aftermath of Village Hall explosion (Episode 7255 (6th August 2015)) (Nominee)
- Best Male Dramatic Performance: Danny Miller (Winner)
- Best Female Dramatic Performance: Charlotte Bellamy (Nominee)
- Best On-Screen Partnership: Danny Miller and Ryan Hawley (Nominee)
- Best Young Performer: Amelia Flanagan (Nominee)
- Scene of the Year: Val's death (Winner)
TV Choice Awards
- Best Soap Newcomer: Gemma Atkinson (Nominee)
- Best Soap Newcomer: Isobel Steele (Nominee)
- Best Soap Actress: Lucy Pargeter (Nominee)
- Best Soap Actor: Danny Miller (Winner)
- Best Soap: Emmerdale (Winner)
Inside Soap Awards
- Best Actor: Danny Miller (Nominee)
- Best Actress: Lucy Pargeter (Nominee)
- Best Bad Boy: Jeff Hordley (Nominee)
- Best Bad Girl: Emma Atkins (Nominee)
- Funniest Female: Laura Norton (Nominee)
- Funniest Male: Matthew Wolfenden (Nominee)
- Best Newcomer: Isobel Steele (Nominee)
- Best Young Actor: Iobel Steele (Nominee) and Amelia Flanagan (Winner)
- Sexiest Female: Gemma Atkinson (Nominee)
- Sexiest Male: Michael Parr (Winner)
- Best Partnership: Nicola Wheeler and Nick Miles (Nominee) and Danny Miller and Ryan Hawley (Winner)
- Best Show-Stopper: Wedding Day Helicopter Crash (Nominee)
- Best Shock Twist: Val dies in the hall of mirrors! (Winner)
- Best Exit: Charlie Hardwick (Nominee)
- Best Soap: Emmerdale (Winner)
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