SO MOFFAT TALKS ABOUT THE HUUUGE BREAK TIL WE GET THE NEW ‘WHO’ SEASON IN SEPTEMBER 2012.
Speaking in the new Doctor Who Magazine he said:
“For me, as a kid, when the afternoons got darker and there was a thrill of cold in the air, I knew that even though summer was over, the TARDIS was coming back. So yes, that’s part of the reason for this little delay. But it’s not the whole story.
“Very soon now, Doctor Who is going to enter production for the longest sustained period we’ve ever attempted, and the biggest and best and maddest time ever to be a fan of this wonderful old show is rumbling towards us. And yes, you got me. We needed a little more time to prepare for everything we’ve got planned. That, above all, is why we needed this tiny gap. Just be a tiny bit patient, and trust me, we’ll make it up to you.”
Tracy continues to make enemies on the Street as she tries to worm her way into a job at the factory, but an unforgiving male resident decides it is time to take revenge. Gary’s violent behavior escalates and life gets even harder in one household as a marriage breaks down
James Roache, real-life son of William Roache (Ken), is set to return to the cobbles, following his introduction earlier in 2010.
James joined the show alongside his older brother Linus Roache, where they played father and son. Linus was cast as Lawrence, Ken’s son he didn’t know he had, until a lost letter from his ex-girlfriend Susan revealed the truth.
James played Lawence’s son, also called James, who was in turn Ken’s grandson. Unfortunately Ken found that Lawrence held strong homophobic views and clashed with James, who was gay.
In the story, Ken was shocked by Lawrence’s opinions and tried to mediate between father and son, without great success.
Corrie have yet to reveal how James will return to the Street, but he is expected to begin filming in March 2011.