In next week’s episodes of Emmerdale, Kerry Wyatt is set to seize upon the fact that Dan Spencer (Liam Fox) is smitten with her, and as ever, she’ll use the situation to her own advantage…
But meanwhile, Adam Barton (Adam Thomas) is becoming ever more panicked that Kerry will spill the beans on who mowed her down in the recent hit and run, but his unlikely ally Cain Dingle (Jeff Hordley) reckons he has the answer; cold hard cash!
More on that in a moment, but first, of Kerry (Laura Norton) and Dan’s burgeoning romance, he has of course been smitten with her for some time now, but to date, she’s been oblivious to that and has thought of him only as a mate and something of a soft-touch… Read more & comment »
Given that Adam Barton (Adam Thomas) hates Cain Dingle’s guts, nobody could blame Cain if, when Adam needed help, he simply turned his back…
However, as we’ll see in next week’s dramatic episodes of Emmerdale, when Cain (Jeff Hordley) learns that Adam has been involved in a hit and run incident, he’ll put his own liberty at risk to help his girlfriend’s son.
The drama begins on Monday, June 10 when a fed up Adam goes on the lash with his new best mate Robbie Lawson (Jamie Shelton). As the pair talk about their shared hatred of the Dingle family – Robbie of course hates Debbie and Adam’s not a fan of Cain’s – they end up stealing the keys to Cain’s car… Read more & comment »
Fans of Emmerdale will know that Adam Barton (Adam Thomas) hates Cain Dingle (Jeff Hordley) primarily because it was his affair with Adam’s mum Moira that set into motion events that ended with the death of Adam’s dad, John Barton…
So it’s no surprise that since Moira (Natalie J Robb) officially announced that she and Cain are an item again earlier this year, Adam has struggled to see his mum with the man he blames for the death of his father.
And now that Cain’s daughter Debbie has kicked him out of her house, and Cain’s taken up residence at Moira’s, Adam’s finding it increasingly difficult to stomach… Read more & comment »
Next week, in the wake of the fire at Dale View that Kerry Wyatt (Laura Norton) started when she fell asleep while holding a lit cigarette, Cain Dingle unleashes his fury at his daughter Debbie, who of course left little Sarah and baby Jack in Kerry’s care on the night of the fire…
Cain’s anger toward Debbie (Charley Webb) has of course been simmering for some time, given that he blames her for his girlfriend Moira Barton’s (Natalie J Robb) miscarriage. Moira was of course out looking for Cameron’s kids – who Debbie had at her house – when she lost the baby. Read more & comment »
It is that time of year again, time to cast your vote in this year’s British Soap Awards as the six categories open to the general public have revealed their short list nominations.
The British Soap Awards, due to take place next month, is your chance to voice your appreciation for your favourite actresses and actors in the world of the Great British Soap Opera.
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In next week’s episodes of Emmerdale, Moira Barton (Natalie J Robb) is set to break the news that she’s pregnant to her boyfriend Cain Dingle…
And though initially neither of them quite know how to cope with the situation, it will quickly become apparent that Cain (Jeff Hordley) wants the baby and he wants them to become a proper family in which to raise the child.
However, events are set to override that wish with tragic consequences when Moira miscarries… Read more & comment »
There’s tragedy in store for Cain Dingle (Jeff Hordley) this week, who, having only just learned that his girlfriend Moira Barton (Natalie J Robb) is pregnant, soon has to cope with the news that she’s miscarried.
The drama begins on Monday 15th when, having overheard Amy Wyatt (Chelsea Halfpenny) talking about how vile Cain was to her when she was pregnant with Kyle – who she gave up for adoption – Moira’s on edge about how he’ll react to the prospect of being a father to her child.
However, when she finally breaks the news to him that she’s pregnant – in Tuesday’s episode – she’s taken aback when he’s happy at the baby news, but when Moira tries to point out how hard it’ll be to be parents to a baby again, the shine is tarnished for Cain who thinks she doesn’t want the baby. Read more & comment »
In next week’s episodes of Emmerdale, we’ll see that Moira Barton (Natalie J Robb) appears distracted and snappy with those around her, and in the episode that airs on Friday, April 12, we’ll find out why…
It’s because she’s pregnant with Cain Dingle’s baby!
As yet, we don’t know how Cain (Jeff Hordley) will react to the news – assuming Moira tells him of course – nor what decision Moira will make as to whether to go ahead with the pregnancy or not… Read more & comment »
Emmerdale resident Debbie Dingle (Charley Webb) has of course undergone rather a dramatic change in personality of late, and is determined to be as hard-nosed a businesswoman as it takes to make sure nobody stands in her way…
Her goal in life is money and making as much of it as possible, and she’s made it clear she won’t be taking any prisoners in her endeavours, so when her dad Cain (Jeff Hordley) repairs his girlfriend Moira’s 4×4 for free, Debbie’s furious.
She demands that he charge Moira (Natalie J Robb) but he refuses, which is a heated exchange that Debbie’s new employee Robbie (Jamie Shelton) overhears… Read more & comment »
Emmerdale viewers will know that Debbie Dingle (Charley Webb) hates her aunt Chas with a passion given that she had an affair with Debbie’s boyfriend Cameron (Dominic Power) and the Dingle clan being what it is, she expects everyone else in the family to hate Chas too…
And for a while, most of them did, however Chas’s sister Gennie (Sian Reese Walker) is now on side with Chas again, and Debbie’s dad Cain is about to be, but for Debbie, his rebuilding of sibling bridges with Chas (Lucy Pargeter) is yet another betrayal which could see father and daughter divided forever.
That drama begins next week when we’ll see Cain (Jeff Hordley) and Moira Barton (Natalie J Robb) both trying to avoid telling each other how they truly feel, however, both parties will find a sympathetic shoulder to cry on in Chas… Read more & comment »
In next week’s episodes of Emmerdale, there’s not much Valentine’s love around for poor Alicia Gallagher or for Cain Dingle, both of whom are trying to come to terms with the end of their romances…
For Alicia that of course means having to move on from the fact that she’s still in love with David Metcalfe (Matthew Wolfenden) who’s set to marry his girlfriend Priya Sharma (Fiona Wade) later this year.
But there’s yet another blow to the heart for Alicia (Natalie Anderson) next week when she learns that she’ll have to plan and oversee David and Priya’s wedding, given that they’ve chosen Home Farm as the venue for their nuptials… Read more & comment »
Fans of Emmerdale will know that since the infamous Judgement Day attack on Cain Dingle (Jeff Hordley) he’s been a good deal less obnoxious and far less violent…
However, the village bad lad is back to form this week when he not only tackles poor Bob Hope (Tony Audenshaw) but also a drug dealer called Pete who’s been having secret talks with Cain’s daughter Debbie. And not unreasonably, Cain doesn’t want Debbie (Charley Webb) to have anything to do with the shady character.
More on that in a moment, but first, of how Bob becomes the focus of Cain’s anger, the drama begins when Cain’s lover Moira (Natalie J Robb) dumps the bad lad, and Cain decides to take out his frustration on pretty much anyone really, and Bob’s just “in the wrong place at the wrong time.” Read more & comment »
As we reported earlier, Emmerdale’s Chas Dingle is set to have a big decision to make when Cameron Murray proposes to her…
And it’s a decision that’s going to be made even more difficult when a horrified Chas (Lucy Pargeter) catches a glimpse of something within Cameron (Dominic Power) that she’s never seen before; his propensity towards killer violence.
We viewers have of course seen Cameron in killer mode twice now, given that he’s murdered Carl King and Alex Moss, but seeing the cold eyes of a ruthless killer in her partner will send horror through Chas as she witnesses Cameron coming close to murdering Cain Dingle.
The drama begins when Cain (Jeff Hordley) is furious to learn from Moira Barton (Natalie J Robb) that Cameron proposed to Chas, and he makes nasty comments to both Chas and Cameron, telling them they should do everyone a favour and just leave the village… Read more & comment »
As if Emmerdale’s Chas Dingle hasn’t had enough to deal with already this Christmas, now she is in for even more drama when she is targeted by a mystery stalker in the next few days.
Fans of the hit ITV show will know how Chas (Lucy Pargeter) has just been released from prison after a jury found her not guilty of murdering her ex-partner, Carl King. Carl was actually murdered by Chas’ boyfriend, Cameron (Dominic Power), when he finished him off after Chas had hit him in once in self-defence, and let Chas, totally unaware of this fact, take the blame.
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The New Year will bring mixed fortunes for our Emmerdale friends, with romance blossoming for some, while for others, 2013 begins with heartache…
And for Cameron Murray, when a relative of his latest murder victim arrives in the village wanting answers about the missing resident’s whereabouts, Cameron (Dominic Power) may well be left facing the prospect of killing yet again!
However, for Cain Dingle (Jeff Hordley) and Moira Barton (Natalie J Robb) by the time the New Year rolls around, they will have decided that regardless of what the rest of the villagers – or their families for that matter – say or think, they’re going to go public with their romance, and to hell with the consequences.
For them, things take turn for the passionate on New Year’s Eve when, after Cameron nicks Dom’s (Wil Johnson) motorbike – he has of course arranged to pick Moira up for a date – and unwitting Moira just hops on the back, assuming the driver is Dom… Read more & comment »