In next week’s episodes of Emmerdale, Brenda Walker (Lesley Dunlop) is finally ready to have the operation she needs to remove the brain tumour that’s threatening her life…
However, with the doctor’s warnings about all that could go wrong during or even after the op, Brenda decides to write each of her loved ones a letter, just in case she doesn’t make it.
But in the episode that airs on Wednesday 24th, when she gives Bob Hope (Tony Audenshaw) the heartfelt missives, he hands them back, assuring her they won’t be needed… Read more & comment »
When we rejoin the drama of Gennie Walker and Nikhil Sharma’s wedding day on Monday 15 April, we see a distraught Gennie (Sian Reese-Williams) apologizing profusely to Nikhil for being unable to wed without having her mum Brenda there…
Loving Nikhil (Rik Makarem) does his best to comfort Gennie and tells her he understands, but as she gets more upset, she tells him she thinks they’re cursed.
And sadly, her words may be prophetic because later that day, things go from bad to worse when Brenda has a seizure and drops to the floor, unconscious. Read more & comment »
Fans of Emmerdale will know that Gennie Walker and her fiancé Nikhil Sharma brought forward their wedding after fearing that Gennie’s mum Brenda may not live much longer, given that she’s refusing to have surgery or other treatment for her brain tumour…
However, Brenda (Lesley Dunlop) is refusing to go to the wedding, convinced that Gennie (Sian Reese-Williams) has brought the event forward only to emotionally blackmail her into having the surgery.
So in the hour-long episode that airs on Thursday, April 11, Gennie just can’t get in the mood on the day of her hen party, and across the road, kindly Bob (Tony Audenshaw) is still trying to get Brenda to agree to go to the wedding… Read more & comment »
Fans of Emmerdale will know that frantic Gennie Walker (Sian Reese-Williams) and her fiancé Nikhil Sharma (Rik Makarem) have tried everything they can think of to convince Gennie’s mum Brenda to undergo surgery to remove the brain tumour that could kill her if left untreated…
However, Brenda (Lesley Dunlop) has persistently refused to have the op, so in despair, in the episode that airs on April 1, Gennie furiously tells Brenda that as she’s evidently choosing to die rather than have the surgery, she can no longer have anything to do with baby Molly.
Gennie tells her devastated mum that it’s not fair on Molly to let her get close to and love her grandmother if she’s not going to be around much longer. Read more & comment »
Fans of Emmerdale will of course know that Brenda Walker has been diagnosed with a brain tumour and is currently not only stubbornly refusing to have surgery, she also refuses to tell love interest Bob Hope (Tony Audenshaw) about it…
So for that reason, Brenda has ended her romance with Bob, leaving the single-dad confused and hurt over the sudden rejection. And what’s worse is that poor old Bob thinks his mate Dan Spencer (Liam Fox) is now dating Brenda, when in fact, he’s only looking out for her as he knows how ill she is.
We’re set to see more of that plotline tonight – and we have a preview clip for you after the jump – but first, Lesley Dunlop, who of course play stricken Brenda, has revealed that the storyline has brought back some painful memories of her mother’s illness and her subsequent death… Read more & comment »
Fans of Emmerdale will of course know that Brenda Walker has been diagnosed with a brain tumour, and in the wake of getting the frightening diagnosis, she called off her new romance with café co-owner Bob Hope (Tony Audenshaw) fearing that it would be unfair of her to pursue a relationship with him knowing she may not have long to live.
However, Brenda’s daughter Gennie (Sian Reese Williams) and Bob’s mate Dan Spencer (Liam Fox) finally persuaded her to tell Bob the truth, and of course, he was totally supportive.
But in next week’s episodes, we’ll see Bob frustrated when Brenda (Lesley Dunlop) continues to refuse to have the surgery that could save her life. However, in Monday’s visit to the village, we’ll see kind hearted Bob reassuring Brenda that no matter what, he’ll be there for her… Read more & comment »
Coming up next week on Emmerdale, Robbie Lawson (Jamie Shelton) decides to try to earn some brownie points with his boss Debbie Dingle (Charley Webb) after Cain Dingle fixes his girlfriend Moira’s car for free, much to Debbie’s annoyance…
And he does so by stealing money from Moira (Natalie J Robb) which, when Cain (Jeff Hordley) finds out, could well earn him a beating!
However, he’s set to discover that Debbie – though currently being nothing but ruthless where business is concerned – isn’t impressed, and angrily tells him that she’ll make decisions about matters such as unpaid bills, while pointing out that what happens between herself and her dad is none of Robbie’s business.
We have a clip of that drama for you after the jump, as well as another preview of Bob Hope’s fury when he sees Brenda Walker (Lesley Dunlop) and his mate Dan Spencer together… Read more & comment »
Coming up on next week’s Emmerdale, Brenda Walker (Lesley Dunlop) is still struggling to come to terms with the fact that she has a potentially deadly brain tumour…
And much to her daughter Gennie’s angst, Brenda’s stubbornly refusing to have the surgery to remove the tumour and she’s still refusing to tell her café partner and would-be suitor Bob Hope (Tony Audenshaw) the truth about her illness.
However, in the episode that airs on Monday, March 11, Brenda’s forced to admit the truth about how ill she is to Dan Spencer (Liam Fox) after he accidentally spots pamphlets the surgeon gave to Brenda about her brain tumour. Read more & comment »
Emmerdale actress, Lesley Dunlop, has revealed that she was worried that her character might be killed off during her current brain tumour storyline!
Fans of the hit ITV soap will know how Lesley’s character, Brenda Walker, is currently experiencing headaches and black outs which, as we saw last night, are beginning to worry her, and her family.
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In next week’s episodes of Emmerdale, poor Brenda Walker (Lesley Dunlop) will discover that she needs urgent and major surgery after tests confirm that she does have a brain tumour.
However, at the beginning of the week, as it looks like Brenda’s in denial over her illness, can Gennie (Sian Reese-Williams) and Nikhil (Rik Makarem) convince her that having the operation is her only chance? And can they also persuade Brenda to clue Bob Hope (Tony Audenshaw) into what’s going on?
Brenda has of course gone cold towards Bob – who’s fallen for his co-worker in a big way – since she learned of her illness, fearing that he’d be left devastated if she allowed their romance to continue… Read more & comment »
Fans of Emmerdale will know that café owner Bob Hope (Tony Audenshaw) has been mooning about, lovestruck over Brenda Walker, however, in next week’s episodes, Bob’s dream of being Brenda’s significant other become reality when the pair share a night of passion…
However, as the week wears on, we’ll see the poor Brenda (Lesley Dunlop) begins to have trouble concentrating, and things come to a terrifying head when she nearly runs over Val Pollard (Charlie Hardwick) and endangering the life of her granddaughter Molly.
The drama begins on Tuesday, February 26th when, having spent the night at Bob’s, Brenda goes to visit Gennie (Sian Reese-Williams) who’s pleased to hear that her mum’s happy, however, during a chat with Georgia (Trudie Goodwin) Brenda suddenly seems to go into a daydream… Read more & comment »
Coming up next week on Emmerdale, poor mum Lisa Dingle is in over her head when it comes to handling stroppy teenager Belle, and as you can see in a spoiler clip that we have for you after the jump, Lisa (Jane Cox) is left at a loss when angry Belle storms off…
Also next week, we’re set to see Charity Sharma (Emma Atkins) playing with fire when her flirting with Declan Macey (Jason Merrells) leads the pair down a path that could see the end of both of their marriages!
And finally, we have a clip for you of Bob Hope (Tony Audenshaw) trying to let Brenda Walker (Lesley Dunlop) that he has the hots for her. Sadly for Bob, he fails, rather dismally… Read more & comment »
In forthcoming episodes of Emmerdale, vet Rhona Kirk (Zoe Henry) is set to become increasingly fed up of having a very bored Paddy hanging about the surgery finding nothing better to do then bicker with locum vet Vanessa…
So, in a bid to keep him occupied, Rhona will manage to get Paddy (Dominic Brunt) a spot of work helping Marlon (Mark Charnock) out in the kitchen at the Woolpack, and at first, it seems like a great arrangement.
However, in the episode that airs on Wednesday, February 20th, Marlon’s set to be taken aback when it becomes clear that Paddy’s expecting to be paid! Read more & comment »
Recidivist Emmerdale groom Bob Hope is seemingly always on the lookout for the next Mrs Hope – or the next ex-Mrs Hope, given his track record with women – and in getting his café sidekick Brenda Walker (Lesley Dunlop) to organise a Brontë night, he’s at it again, hoping to find a new lady love…
However, so is his mate Dan Spencer (Liam Fox) given that his marriage to Chas Dingle (Lucy Pargeter) was well over, even before it began.
So when the night of the event rolls around, Bob realizes that he has to do something radical to eliminate Dan as competition in the romance stakes, so he comes up with the plan to tell unsuspecting Dan that the night is fancy dress.
When then Dan turns up in full costume, Bob expects his mate to be a laughing stock, but his plan backfires when in fact, the ladies present are super impressed by Dan’s efforts… Read more & comment »
After what has been a rather quiet year for Emmerdale’s Bob Hope, Tony Audenshaw, the actor who plays the unlucky-in-love cafe owner, has revealed that things may heat up for his character in the New Year – with Brenda Walker!
Fans of the hit ITV soap will know how Brenda (Lesley Dunlop) took a shine to Bob when she first arrived in the village, but Bob did not feel the same way, and ended up sleeping with her daughter, Gennie (Sian Reese-Williams) instead.
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