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A Spin-off - in media terms - is to derive a new television or radio programme, novel, video game or special video release from an existing (or previously existing) one.

Various types of spin-offs and merchandise of the ITV soap opera Emmerdale have been released throughout the show's history.

Straight to Video/DVD specialsEdit

This is the list of the direct-to-home-media Emmerdale films that have been released. An interesting fact is that the character of Marlon Dingle (played by Mark Charnock) is the only one to have appeared in them all.

  1. 1997 - The Dingles Down Under
  2. 1998 - Emmerdale: Revenge
  3. 1999 - The Dingles in Venice
  4. 2010 - The Dingles: For Richer, For Poorer
  5. 2011 - Paddy and Marlon's Big Night In

TV SpecialsEdit

Programmes about Emmerdale Edit

Programmes featuring Emmerdale Edit

Text Santa Edit

BooksEdit

Several Emmerdale books, fiction and non-fiction, have been produced, a number written by Lee Mackenzie and James Ferguson (a pen name of author Peter Walker who also wrote the original novels the TV show Heartbeat is based on as Nicholas Rhea). Lance Parkin (who had been a storyliner on the TV show) also wrote a novel in the early 2000s. At least one of these was also translated into Finnish.

Mackenzie/Ferguson series Edit

  1. The Legacy by Lee Mackenzie – stories from the original 1972 episodes.
  2. Prodigal's Progress by Lee Mackenzie – stories from 1973.
  3. All That A Man Has... by Lee Mackenzie – stories from 1973.
  4. Lovers' Meeting by Lee Mackenzie – stories from 1974.
  5. A Sad And Happy Summer by Lee Mackenzie – stories from 1973/1974.
  6. A Sense Of Responsibility by Lee Mackenzie – stories from 1975/1976.
  7. Nothing Stays The Same by Lee Mackenzie – stories from 1976.
  8. The Couple At Demdyke Row by Lee Mackenzie – stories from 1976/1977.
  9. Whispers Of Scandal by Lee Mackenzie – stories from 1977.
  10. Shadows From The Past by Lee Mackenzie – stories from 1977.
  11. Lucky For Some by Lee Mackenzie – stories from 1978.
  12. Face Value by Lee Mackenzie – stories from 1978.
  13. Good Neighbours by Lee Mackenzie – stories from 1978.
  14. Innocent Victim by Lee Mackenzie – stories from 1979.
  15. False Witness by Lee Mackenzie – stories from 1979.
  16. The Homecoming by Lee Mackenzie – stories from 1980.
  17. Old Flames by Lee Mackenzie – stories from 1980/1981.
  18. Wedding Bells by Lee Mackenzie – stories from 1981/1982.
  19. Family Feuds by Lee Mackenzie – stories from 1982.
  20. Young Passions by Lee Mackenzie – stories from 1983.
  21. Another Door Opens by Lee Mackenzie – stories from 1983.
  22. A Friend In Need by James Ferguson – stories from 1983/1984.
  23. Divided Loyalties by James Ferguson – stories from 1984.
  24. Wives And Lovers by James Ferguson – final novel of original series, stories from 1985.

Pamela Bell series Edit

  1. Christmas at Emmerdale by Pamela Bell - Life in Beckindale between 1914 and 1915, during World War I.
  2. Spring Comes to Emmerdale by Pamela Bell - Life in Beckindale between 1918 and 1921. 
  3. Emmerdale at War by Pamela Bell - Life in Beckindale during World War II

Other historical novels Edit

Misc. Edit

Episode DVDsEdit

DVD releases of Emmerdale episodes include:

OtherEdit

As well as the films, books and episode DVDs there have been other videos and DVDs and memorabilia (often signed by cast members) released, including merchandise relating to The Woolpackers, the Emmerdale band that existed in the 90s.

Scenes Edit

Extra Scenes Edit

In 2014, Emmerdale posted a few videos on their website which were part of current storylines seen on the show. These included:

Deleted Scenes Edit

In 2015, Emmerdale posted a few deleted scenes on their website and on Youtube.

ITV News Edit

In 2013, to coincide with the siege storyline, a new website was created called Emmerdale Village News. This website contained weather forecasts, updates on the siege and news articles about the local area.

In 2015, a few videos were released as an ITV News Report from the Emmerdale website surrounding the events surrounding the shooting of Robert Sugden and the 'Rewind' episode . These include interviews from Harriet Finch, Bob Hope and Victoria Barton.

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