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A tough week for Paul (Stefan Dennis) begins when he finds his niece Kate Ramsay in bed with bad boy Mason Turner.
With Emmerdale needing to catch up on an episode after the Britain's Got Talent week, an hour-long edition will air on Tuesday, June 4 - which means yet another clash with EastEnders.
On Friday, June 7, Coronation Street changes its usual double bill into an hour-long edition airing from 7.30pm as the show airs against The Voice on BBC One. EastEnders will be screened at 9pm that night.
See all the changes over the next fortnight below:
The videos have been released on the official EastEnders website and see Khali Best, who plays Dexter Hartman, chatting to several members of the cast, including Shane Richie, Charlie Brooks, Jacqueline Jossa and Jasmyn Banks.
During the first two videos, Best asks the cast and crew about how they got to where they are today.
In the last video, Best questions them over whether they would have done anything differently.
Ray (Chucky Venn) and Kim (Tameka Empson) choose to leave Walford after Ray decides he needs be with his daughter Sasha permanently following her mum's car accident.
As the pair make preparations to depart, it starts to become more and more apparent that they don't have much in common with each other.
Denise has picked up on this and questions if Kim is making the right decision, but Kim is adamant that it will work this time.
That evening at Kim's birthday party, Ray is horrified when he sees Poppy and Fatboy's present to them - bright orange matching onesies. Kim, however, loves them.
When it is time for them to leave, Kim rushes back inside to get her bag, but she sees that Ray has thrown away his onesie.
Realising that he doesn't really know her, Kim tells Ray that she is staying in Walford.
As everyone goes back inside to the party, Kim sadly watches Ray drive out of her life.
EastEnders airs these scenes on Monday, May 27 at 7.30pm on BBC One.
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Emmerdale's Adam Barton feels pushed out of his own home next week after Cain Dingle moves in on a permanent basis.
Adam still can't accept the fact that his mum Moira (Natalie J Robb) is dating Cain, so he tries to split them up by convincing Natalie - one of the farm's suppliers - to seduce the bad boy.
When Adam's efforts at setting a honeytrap backfire, things turn violent and he realises that he'll have to move out if Cain (Jeff Hordley) doesn't…
Here, Adam Thomas - who plays Adam - reveals all the gossip on his latest storyline.
Andy Sugden's love life becomes even more complicated on Emmerdale next week as his ex-girlfriend Kerry Wyatt declares that she is pregnant.
A desperate Kerry (Laura Norton) lies that she is expecting a baby when she sees that Andy is ready to make a go of things with her daughter Amy (Chelsea Halfpenny).
Here, Kelvin Fletcher - who plays Andy - reveals how his character reacts to Kerry's big bombshell.
As seen in the video below, former Hollyoaks actress Claire Cooper was visibly shocked as Larry Lamb named her as the public's choice for 'Best Actress'.
Cooper, who bowed out as fan favourite Jacqui McQueen earlier this year, had been up against Michelle Keegan, Jennie McAlpine, Nina Wadia and Jessie Wallace in the category.
Watch Claire's winning moment by hitting play below:
The second video shows Coronation Street's Alan Halsall, Natalie Gumede and Jennie McAlpine picking up the 'Best Storyline' prize for the dark tale of Kirsty's abuse of Tyrone.
Watch the Corrie cast accepting the gong by hitting play below:
The British Soap Awards 2013 air tonight (May 19) from 8pm on ITV.
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